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The "up-to-the-minute Market Data" thread

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posted on May, 4 2010 @ 10:22 AM

Russia 1517.83 -55.01 -3.50% 05/04
London 5412.89 -140.40 -2.53% 16:01
Paris 3694.47 -133.99 -3.50% 17:01
Frankfurt 6008.70 -158.22 -2.57% 17:02
Turkey 57341.03 -1059.18 -1.81% 17:48
Hungary 23688.03 -862.43 -3.51% 16:36
Austria 2574.61 -91.97 -3.45% 17:02
Poland 42020.68 -1274.49 -2.94% 16:40
Czech 1256.10 -26.50 -2.07% 16:08
Sweden 1029.51 -29.93 -2.83% 17:17
Finland 6791.54 -196.54 -2.81% 18:16
Norway 340.35 -9.58 -2.74% 17:01
Greece 1729.68 -123.87 -6.68% 17:19
Italy 21274.33 -974.48 -4.38% 17:02
Luxembourg 1456.21 -24.84 -1.68% 17:14
Netherlands 335.94 -11.00 -3.17% 17:02
Iceland 612.22 -0.21 -0.03% 15:19
Denmark 405.51 -7.97 -1.93% 16:59
Switzerland 6487.12 -120.59 -1.82% 17:02
Spain 1019.16 -59.23 -5.49% 17:00
Portugal 2584.01 4.43 0.17% 05/03
Ireland 3291.93 -105.07 -3.09% 16:02
Israel 1153.80 -19.95 -1.70% 15:25
Egypt 667.72 0.41 0.06% 13:54
S. Africa 24886.74 -713.26 -2.79% 17:00
Jordan 2553.92 3.05 0.12% 14:00
UAE Dubai 1742.00 5.39 0.31% 13:59
Abu Dhabi 2800.32 4.94 0.18% 13:58

United States 10911.42 -240.41 -2.16% 11:18
NASDAQ 2421.75 -76.99 -3.08% 11:18
Rus 2000 710.74 -22.08 -3.01% 11:18
S&P 500 1173.65 -28.61 -2.38% 11:18
Gold & Silver 172.25 -4.32 -2.45% 11:19
PreMetals 352.23 -8.27 -2.29% 11:15
Gold GOX 202.03 -6.31 -3.03% 11:03
Gold Bugs 447.33 -10.65 -2.33% 11:18
AMEX Energy 588.84 -18.74 -3.08% 11:18
NYSE Energy 11195.97 -351.20 -3.04% 11:18
Oil Services 207.38 -6.20 -2.90% 11:19
AMEX Oil 1068.30 -33.11 -3.01% 11:19
PHLX Semi. 367.81 -18.16 -4.71% 11:19
NASDAQ Fin. 2223.66 -48.95 -2.15% 11:19
NYSE Finance 4951.64 -167.77 -3.28% 11:18
NBI 931.07 -23.63 -2.48% 11:19
AMEX BioTec 1185.39 -35.61 -2.92% 11:19
PHLX Drug 175.00 -1.20 -0.68% 11:19
Canada 11989.87 -206.64 -1.69% 11:19
Brazil 65020.78 -2098.63 -3.13% 12:19
Mexico 32047.15 -785.30 -2.39% 09:59
Argentina 2357.55 -55.48 -2.30% 11:58
Chile 3851.67 -25.34 -0.65% 12:18
Peru 15573.61 -211.31 -1.34% 10:04
Colombia 12510.61 -187.09 -1.47% 09:56
Venezuela 60524.35 119.68 0.20% 10:32
Bermuda 1241.52 -34.87 -2.73% 05/03
Jamaica 88578.31 61.07 0.07% 10:57

[edit on 5/4/2010 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 10:22 AM
reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire

Yeah, it is interesting.

FINVIZ also has very nice 3-d views of carpet sector equities if you take a look around

Prob. my favorite site that is totally free etc. and updates flawlessly as well.

[edit on 4-5-2010 by GreenBicMan]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 10:31 AM
Italy 21261.68 -987.13 -4.44% 17:07
Spain 1018.81 -59.58 -5.53% 17:10

EURO 1.30209...

VIX 25.68 5.49 27.19% 11:08
VXD 22.30 4.51 25.35% 11:08
VXN 26.43 5.27 24.91% 11:08

[edit on 5/4/2010 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 10:58 AM
reply to post by Hx3_1963

No worries my friends.

Dennis Kneale is coming up on Power Lunch to save the day. 10:1 he calls an immediate intraday bottom the first chance he gets.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 11:08 AM
Goldman Sachs got fined $450,000 for failing to abide by trading regulations.

What does that mean?
Do all the traders have to eat lunch from the snack machine today?

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 11:10 AM
reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire

Cafeteria isn't going to serve the tenderloin this afternoon. They will have to make due with the strip and side salad

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 11:10 AM
reply to post by Cabaret Voltaire
Nah...they'll just have a 5 martini lunch instead of a 6'er

Austria 2558.89 -107.69 -4.04% 17:35

...And the DJIA is picking up steam to the lower side again...

Dow Jones Industrial Average 10,913.69 12:14PM EDT Down 238.14 (2.14%)
Dow Jones Industrial Average 10,880.29 12:30PM EDT Down 271.54 (2.43%)

S&P 500 INDEX,RTH 1,173.25 12:13PM EDT Down 29.01 (2.41%)

NASDAQ Composite 2,419.49 12:13PM EDT Down 79.25 (3.17%)
NASDAQ Composite 2,412.40 12:31PM EDT Down 86.34 (3.46%)

Now Dennis is pushing the Terrorist angle

[edit on 5/4/2010 by Hx3_1963]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 11:35 AM
Maybe Goldman Really Is Screwed: Criminal Probe Started Before SEC Case and Goes Far Beyond Abacus

The Justice Department launched its probe of Goldman Sachs (GS) before the SEC filed its civil fraud charge, and the probe casts a far wider net than the SEC did, Zachary A. Goldfarb and Jerry Markon of the Washington Post report.

This presumably contributed to Goldman's stock losing about $8 billion of market value Friday.

Now, a probe is not the same as a charge: The Justice Department investigates lots of behavior and later concludes that criminal charges aren't warranted (and as citizens, we should be deeply thankful for that).

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 11:39 AM

Bounce off of 50 Daily MA

[edit on 4-5-2010 by GreenBicMan]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 12:07 PM

Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero dismissed as "complete madness" a market rumor that his country would soon ask for 280 billion euros in aid from the euro area.

The euro sank to a one-year low of beneath $1.31 and the risk premium on Greek, Portuguese and Spanish bonds soared amid jitters about a possible Greek debt restructuring and worries over the fiscal health of other southern European countries.

In Athens, striking public workers challenged Greece's 110 billion euro ($146.5 billion) bailout-for-austerity deal, starting a 48-hour national strike that shut down ministries, tax offices, schools, hospitals and public services.

"There is no faith in what the EU and the IMF have proposed for Greece,"

i wonder if theres any substance to those rumors that zapetero is talkin about...

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 12:51 PM

When can we shot him in the head?

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 01:15 PM
reply to post by TheCoffinman

Germans taxpayers will sure NOT like this news... at all.

I mean paying for the Greek bailout... then a few days later... YEAH...what about YOU bailout US TOO?'s almost twice the price...

Time for the germans to overthrow their government and leave the euro...

UPDATE : Stiglitz : The scale of the Greece problem is huge and it’s not going to go away any time soon.

UPDATE 2 : The euro crisis is far from over, several rounds of bailouts left...Here

I'm sure the germans will be thrilled...
As Roubini said, in a couple of weeks/months, the euro could be a thing of the past...

So it's either... the banks get their way and people get shafted... or the people get their way and the euro dissolves.

[edit on 4-5-2010 by Vitchilo]

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 02:40 PM
reply to post by Vitchilo

what effect would a euro collapse and several soverign debt defaults including the UK, what would it do to america?

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 03:08 PM
The american dollar would soar...for a time. Then the exports would fall and a new recession would happen... Germany would become the strongest economy in europe... even if it would be hurt a lot... it would also probably raise tensions between europeans nations. Some blaming the others for the euro collapse. IMF would take over many nations paving the way for world government control over those nations...

China would probably collapse due to it's exports falling by a lot...

But IMO it won't happen. The globalists want this too badly. The only way it could collapse is if genuine revolution would occur in Europe, mostly in Germany, which is very unlikely to happen. That or the elite would prefer to engineer a collapse, to take over those countries with the IMF...

In other news...

Faber : China may crash in next 9 to 12 months
Well Shanghai is already in trouble because it's housing market bubble is bursting.

posted on May, 4 2010 @ 03:16 PM

I would like to point out for those who missed the press release Friday, the Lt. Governor of NY State announced that next year’s NY State budget deficit would likely hit $15 billion, on top of this year’s $9 billion deficit…Add in California’s $20+ billion deficit and the red ink of some other big States like Illinois, Texas and New Jersey and the world wants Greece to cut back spending?

If you want to put the “lense” of truth on the above news, please read this commentary from James Turk. Here is a quote from his commentary that is directly from the BIS (Bank for International Settlements – the global Central Bank of Central banks) report entitled ”The future of public debt: prospects and implications:”

First, fiscal problems confronting industrial economies are bigger than suggested by official debt figures…As frightening as it is to consider public debt increasing to more than 100% of GDP, an even greater danger arises from a rapidly ageing population. The related unfunded liabilities are large and growing…looming long-term fiscal imbalances pose significant risk to the prospects for future monetary stability…unstable debt dynamics could lead to higher inflation: direct debt monetisation, and the temptation to reduce the real value of government debt through higher inflation.

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 07:44 AM

The Euro is collapsing?
I thought the euro was to replace the dollar!!! I guess America domino effect of corrupted investment practices are now hitting the like a sunami the rest of the world.

Now this is getting worst, did the American government did this in purpose? to prop the American dollar?

Another conspiracy in the making for sure.

But then again is warnings that the what goes around comes around and we will be hit if the euro collapse in a major way, already American investors has lost millions with the down fall of the euro.

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 07:50 AM
Stocks Reel in Early Trading

After a horrible close to trading last week markets on Wall Street rebounded with a surprising charge Monday afternoon. Stocks opened with early gains and stayed high throughout the day, but the daily gains weren't nearly enough to completely make up for the huge losses of the previous session.

The NASAQ led the way with a 1.53 percent (37.55 points) rise on the day; followed closely by the S&P 500 (1.31 percent, 15.57 points) and the Dow Jones (1.30 percent, 143.22 points).

Unfortunately, investment markets seem to be swinging wildly the past few days. A collapse last Friday was chased by a surge on Monday, now that surge is being chased by another collapse.

The only reason American markets were doing so "good" was due to all the money that was put in the markets to keep them float, now the so call recovery is going to sink as the Euro keeps falling.

Now, no wonder the too big to fail were investing in gold, and for those that believe in inside trading (or not so inside for the common investor) the E-mail I got in my mail telling about something big was heading our way, it was truth.

I should listen more to what I get in my in box rather than thinking is scam e-mail.

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 08:30 AM

Originally posted by TheCoffinman
reply to post by Vitchilo

what effect would a euro collapse and several soverign debt defaults including the UK, what would it do to america?

That would be a complete financial meltdown for the U.S as well! - it would start a chain reaction, and the global financial system would break down when every bank and financial institution are trying to save what little they can save when they exit the markets.

And the vice versa if the U.S fell first!

The economy of Europe is the largest economy in the world and when it falls - nothing can stop the meltdown of the world economy.

The U.K and financial London which is a large part of the Anglo-Saxon economy would take us all down.

Most people don't understand how totally intertwined the Global economies and financial systems & banks of today, really are.

We the people, are all losers in this game - and no special country could be a winner - those days are over since decades ago!

The only winner of such scenario would be the multinational Banksters and their Banking Corporations!

So all the silly people who are cheering for the fall of the €uro and Europe are in for a really rude awakening if/when that happens!

They would only wake up to see the 'Global Meltdown' in full force.

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 08:38 AM
reply to post by Chevalerous


US started the domino effect but that domino will no be stopped by the US, the European nations will fall one at a time and then back to us, after all already American investors has been hit with the Euro downfall.

Still our economy is a big ponzi scheme.

Our dollar good fortune due to the Euro is going to be short lived with all the liquidity floating in our economy due to the trillions of dollars printed by the treasury department, money with not backing.

Now the treasury and many other in trouble nations are trying to sell the debt and have you heard anything about what china thinks about all this? no, at all, but they where buying resources all over including Gold and so was India.

At the end the international Banksters will own the falling nations and will dictate how economies will be run after the bill global economic fall down

posted on May, 5 2010 @ 09:15 AM
I have a little theory that that it's the UK that's next to pop.

(who here has bought anything from the UK ? )

Whilst all eyes are on europe, the clever people are selling pounds and buying euros. Remember.. buy into the panic.

It's never what it seems initially.

I think the pound has been propped up prior to the election to appease the UK voters.

It might be a different story starting about now as the election is happening.

[edit on 5-5-2010 by ppk55]

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