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Friday, November 14, 2008

Dow Jones Close 11/14/08 - Stock Market Closing Prices

Stock Market Closing Prices - 11/14/08

Dow Jones Industrial Average ( DJIA ) Close - 8497.31 Down 337.15
Nasdaq Stock Market Close - 1516.85 Down 79.85
S&P 500 Close - 873.28 Down 38
NYSE Close -

Libor Rates - 11/14/08

1 Month - 1.48%
3 Month - 2.24%

Commodities Closing Prices - 11/14/08

Gold - 743.60
Oil - 56.60
Natural Gas - 6.33

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 8497 on 11/14/08, as the stock market rallied off their lows from the morning session but gave everything back in the last half hour. The Stock Market Futures were down this morning, The Dow Jones futures were actually down 150 at one point as Nokia came out with an earnings warning and the fact that investors were taking profits from yesterdays powerful stock market move after we retested the lows. The Dow Jones was down around 350 at one point today but clawed back to even around 2:55pm est. By 3pm the Dow Jones was up as much as 70 points. In the last 30 minutes stocks failed to hold their gains and the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 300 again. Google ( GOOG ) was strong all day long until the final hour where it was up 4% and then almost gave back all of those gains. Apple ( AAPL ) and Research in Motion ( RIMM ) were very weak in response to the Nokia warning. Visa ( V ) and MasterCard ( MA ) showed some strength until the final hour.

Today's Biggest Stock Market Gainers - November 14th, 2008

Las Vegas Sands ( LVS ) was strong today due to yesterdays call buying. General Growth Properties ( GGP ) was the biggest gainer today on the New York Stock Exchange. Another big end of the day gainers was Hartford Financial ( HIG ). This company is turning into a savings and loan company and then will be taking TARP money to make an acquisition.

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Markets turning around on Henry Paulson Comments

The Stock Market is having a nice turnaround this afternoon because Henry Paulson is on CNBC defending himself and why he changed the TARP program....basically he thinks conditions have improved in the credit crisis and he says he doesn't see any more major failures and everyone can sleep with peace of mind.

Google ( GOOG ) has been leading the charge today....stock up 2% when most technology stocks were down 4-6%. Keep an eye on ( BIDU ), when this closes back over $200 it could really rip higher.

Dow Jones Open 11/14/08 - Stock Market

Today, 11/14/08, the Stock Market has opened lower following yesterdays capitulation reversal. The Dow Jones has opened up down 85 to 8750 at 9:45 am est. The Nasdaq is down 30 to 1566, and the S&P 500 is down 12.5 to 899. Weighing on the stock market today is the retail sales number that was bad, also Nokia's warning. Apple ( AAPL ) and Research in Motion ( RIMM ) are very weak today following Nokia ( NOK ). Las Vegas Sands ( LVS ) is moving higher after yesterdays call buying.

Don't forget to view Art Cashin's and Art Hogan's comments today on yesterdays move.

I will have all my stock charts updated this weekend as well as technical analysis on the Dow Jones. I just want to see what happens today after the huge run yesterday.

Today's Biggest Gainers - November 14th, 2008

Art Hogan CNBC 11/14/08 - Hogan Bottom

Art Hogan, Chief Market Strategist at Jefferies & Company was on CNBC this morning, 11/14/08, and gave comments and stock market predictions. Art Hogan is popular for what CNBC calls, " The Hogan Bottom " due to his bottom call on October 10th, 2008 when everyone was panicking. Art Hogan boldly called the bottom on 10/10/08 and sure enough, so far it turns out he was right. Below is what he had to say November 14th, 2008.

The stock market certianly looks better, we tested the bottom three time now, ( October 10th, October 28th, November 13th ) volume looks good, gives you more confidence. We need to consider how much bad news is already priced into the stock market and most of it is.

We had a 900 point swing in the Dow Jones yesterday, I think we can get another 10% on the upside for the rest of the year and then in 2009 we will have to reset and figure out where we are.

Art Cashin CNBC 11/14/08 Capitulation Comments

Art Cashin of UBS was on CNBC this morning, 11/14/08, and gave some comments on yesterdays rally.

It was as close to capitulation as you could have come....the Dow Jones held its lows, we made a big reversal off the lows and rallied. I would have liked more volume but we got around 2 billion in volume which is good. The only downside was the financials didn't really participate in the big rally yesterday, but we'll take it!

We are going to retest the rally this morning and see how we hold up.

I got what I wanted yesterday, today, 11/14/08, should be another volatile day, we will get a better feel as to what we do next week.

See all of Art Cashin's comments over the past several weeks, HERE

1 and 3 Month Libor Rates - 11/14/08 - Today's Libor Rates

It seems as though everyone is watching Libor rates these days. Today's Libor Rates for 11/14/08, are: 1 Month Libor Rate - 1.48% & 3 Month Libor Rate - 2.24%. The overnight Libor rate is 0.41%. As you can see, Libor Rates have gone up for the second straight day after falling for 22 straight days. Here are yesterdays Libor rates.

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Stock Market Futures 11/14/08 - Dow Jones Futures

11/14/08 Pre Market Trading Report:

Today, November 14th, 2008, after an amazing reversal yesterday, the stock market futures are pointing toward a lower open. The Dow Jones Futures are down 93, Nasdaq Futures Down 13, and the S&P 500 Futures are lower by 9. This weekend there is the G20 meeting and I think Wall Street is looking for something to come out of this meeting. Bob Doll was just on cnbc saying he believes we are in a bottoming process and he thinks yesterdays retest was successful and it happened with some decent volume.

Asian Markets - European Markets 11/14/08

The FTSE 100 index was up 146.04 points, or 3.5 percent, at 4,315.25, Germany's DAX rallied 163.52 points, or 3.5 percent, to 4,813.04, and the CAC-40 in France was 85.85 points, or 2.6 percent, higher at 3,355.30. In Asia, the Nikkei 225 index went up 223.75 to 8462 and the Hang Seng rose 321.31, or 2.4 percent, to 13,542.66.

Biggest Gainers 11/14/08

Stocks to Watch today: I will be watching the markets to see if we can build on these gains and not get a big correction. The QQQQ went back to resistance of $30.25 and closed over this level and while this is bullish, I will now look for a close over $30.70 which was Tuesday's high.

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