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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Dow Jones Futures 2/27/09 - Stock Market Futures

How will the stock market open on Friday - February 27, 2009? The Dow Jones and Stock Market Futures are pointing to a lower open for pre market. Check out technical analysis for Feb 27th.

Stock Market Futures 2/27/09 - Pre Market Trading - Updated 9:05am

Dow Jones Futures - Down 125
Nasdaq Futures - Down 14
S&P 500 Futures - Down 15.50
Oil Futures - $43.06
Gold Futures - $959
Nikkei - 7568 Up 110

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Dow Jones Analysis 2/27/09 Stock Market Analysis

The following is Technical Analysis for the Dow Jones ( DJIA ) for 2/27/09

Dow Jones Support & Resistance Levels - February 27, 2009

Resistance Levels: 7385, 7449, 7500, 7552

Support Levels: 7105, 7036, 7000



The Dow Jones closed near the lows today and could not manage to break back up through the 10 day moving average. This is a bearish sign...every rally has been met by sellers. Keep an eye on the support level of 7105 and the S&P 500 support level of 741. If these levels are broken, the current leg down will continue. There is additional support at 7036 and 7000 but then there isn't much buying support until 6300-6500. When we close back above the 10 day moving average things could turn around fast. For More Technical Analysis - Go Here

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Nasdaq Analysis 2/27/09 February 27, 2009

The following is Technical Analysis for the Nasdaq ( NAS ) for 2/27/09

Nasdaq Support & Resistance Levels - February 27, 2009

Resistance Levels: 1455, 1500, 1526

Support Levels: 1384-1387, 1315, 1295



The Nasdaq tested the 10 day moving average for the second straight day and was rejected. We are now in the process of retesting Monday's low of 1386.68 and if we break 1384, there isn't much buying support until around the 1315 area. Remember the huge move in November on the Timothy Geithner announcement? When this news broke, the Nasdaq reversed from the 1295 low all the way up to around 1390, exactly where we are right now. As soon as we close back over the 10 day moving average it could be safe to buy technology. Until then, watch 1384, 1315, and 1295. For More Technical Analysis - Go Here

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Dow Jones Close 2/26/09 - Stock Market Closing Prices

Stock Market Closing Prices - 2/26/09

Dow Jones Industrial Average ( DJIA ) Close - 7182.08 Down 88.81
Nasdaq Stock Market Close - 1391.47 Down 33.96
S&P 500 Close - 752.82 Down 12.08
http://dowjonesclose.com

Libor Rates - 2/26/09 - Up 3 straight days! Bearish sign!

Commodities Closing Prices - 2/26/09

Gold Close - 945.10
Oil Close - 45.04
Natural Gas Close - 4.10

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 7182 on 2/26/09, as the stock market went on another roller coaster ride during the trading session. The day started with the Dow Jones Futures in positive territory due to a huge rise in the bank stocks early. The Dow Jones was up over 100 points at one point with the S&P 500 testing critical resistance of that 780 level. The Obama Tax Hike news started to sink in around noon as stocks retreated into negative territory. The Sallie Mae news was also viewed as Bearish. Once again, the Government is screwing with the stock market. Sallie Mae is now trashed! What is next? A Citigroup nationalization?

Anyway, details about the problem bank list were released in the afternoon as this started the steep decline we saw in the final hour. Most of the banking stocks that were up early rolled over hard. The Nasdaq was hit the hardest. The S&P 500 is now close to key support at 741, if that breaks, another leg down should follow.

Why were Gold Prices down today? I'd have to say it was a technical move down. Gold has had a huge run over the past month and given that bank stocks were very strong over the last few days, you are seeing some money rotating out of Gold. Don't worry, the money will come back into Gold soon.

Oil was up today on signs that the recent OPEC production cuts were taking effect. Oil closed over $45 per barrel but has come off the highs as the stock market plunged in the final hour. There is also rumors of additional cuts by OPEC in the coming months.

Today was an ugly day for stocks! But what do you expect? We are in a nasty bear market recession. Tomorrow could be another ugly day as well - I will post Futures tonight and also post full technical analysis of the Stock Market - Right Here

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Problem Bank list FDIC 2/26/09 February 26, 2009

Today, 2/26/09, the FDIC released a list of data on the problem banks in the USA. Below are some facts about the 4th quarter of 2008 regarding the banks. Keep in mind, the actual problem bank list is not published and is kept private to avoid a " run on the bank."


  • 252 Banking are on the problem bank list issued by the FDIC
  • Up 32% from 3rd Quarter where there were 171 Banks on the list
  • Banking Sector took record loss of 26.2 Billion in the 4th Quarter
  • 25 Banks failed in 2008
  • 14 Banks have already failed in 2009

The Stock Market has taken a dip on this news, the Dow Jones is trading around the 7286 closing low of 2002.

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Biggest Stock Gainers 2/26/09 February 26, 2009

Today, February 26, 2009, there are several stock gainers that are breaking out with some nice momentum. If you are looking to day trade today, you might want to check out the following stocks. Check out today's biggest gainers and the Top Stocks for 2009

Hot Stocks 2/26/09 - Biggest Gainers Today


Fifth Third Bancorp ( FITB ) - $2.40 Up 23.71% - Fifth Third to benefit from stress test. Fifth Third shares soar as analyst says bank will likely benefit from government's stress test.

DryShips ( DRYS ) - $4.36 Up 13.84% - DryShips Announces It Has Reached Final Agreement With Nordea Bank for a Covenant Waiver on the $800 Million Primelead Facility

Fluor ( FLR ) - $36.85 Up 11.84% - Fluor sees steady '09 after strong Q4 earnings, shares leap

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Baltic Dry Index Shipping Rates 2/26/09 BDI

The following is a report on Dry Bulk Shipping Rates for 2/26/09. This data is critical for how the DryBulk Shipping Stocks such as DryShips ( DRYS ), Excel Maritime Carriers ( EXM ), Diana Shipping ( DSX ), Genco Shipping ( GNX ), TBS International ( TBSI ), Navios Maritime ( NM ), and OceanFreight ( OCNF ) will trade during the day. As you probably know, the Dry Bulk Shipping index can tell you a lot about the state of the World Economy. When Bulk Shipping Rates are at all time highs, the World Economy is outstanding. When Bulk Shipping Rates are as low as they have been lately, it signifies that the world economy has come to a screeching halt!
http://dryindex.com/

Dry Bulk Shipping Rates - February 26, 2009 - Down 4 Straight Days

Baltic Dry Index ( BDI ) - 1950 Down 10
Spot 4 - TC Average - 30049 Down 1519
Baltic Cape Index ( BCI ) - 2963 Down 161
Baltic Panamax Index ( BPI ) - 1493 Up 23
Supramax Index ( BSI ) - 1474 Up 89
Past Bulk Shipping Rates

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Hot Penny Stocks 2/26/09 February 26, 2009

Today, 2/26/09, there are a few penny stock gainers breaking out to the upside. Be sure to check out the Top 2009 Penny Stock Gainers on the NYSE, Nasdaq, and AMEX.

Penny Stock Gainers - February 26, 2009


Axcelis ( ACLS ) - $0.35 Up 105.88% - Axcelis Technologies in Agreement to Sell Its Interest in Joint Venture SEN Corporation to Sumitomo Heavy Industries.

American International Group ( AIG ) - $0.58 Up 26% - China Life Takes Flyer On AIG Asia Unit


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Bank Stocks 2/26/09 February 26, 2009

Today, 2/26/09, the bank stocks are going up in pre market after two straght positive days for most banking stocks. Bank of America BAC has doubled since Friday.

Banking Stock Update - February 26, 2009 - Pre Market

AIG Group ( AIG ) - $0.63 Up 37% - AIG company could be split up

Lloyds Banking Group ( LYG ) - $4.10 Up 25.77% - Lloyds Banking In Talks With UK Government, No Terms Agreed Yet

ING ( ING ) - $5.11 Up 14.50% - ING Chief Says Share Price Doesn’t Reflect Company’s Strength

Citigroup ( C ) - $2.76 Up 9.52%
Bank of America ( BAC ) $5.65 Up 9.50%

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General Motors GM Earnings 2/26/09 - February 26, 2009

General Motors ( GM ) has come out with earnings today, February 26, 2009, and some of the details are listed below. In Pre market trading, GM's stock price is currently $2.36 Down 7.45%.

  • Revenue - $30 Billion
  • Loss of 5.90 Billion Ex items - this is much greater then the 4.5 Billion loss expected.
  • General Motors burned through 6.2 billion in cash during the quarter
  • GM lost 16.8 billion in 2008
  • GM now has 14 billion in cash on hand - getting really close to the 10-12 billion needed to stay alive.

"2008 was an extremely difficult year for the U.S. and global auto markets, especially the second half," Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner said. "These conditions created a very challenging environment for GM and other automakers, and led us to take further aggressive and difficult measures to restructure our business.

"We expect these challenging conditions will continue through 2009, and so we are accelerating our restructuring actions. At the same time, we are continuing our commitment to exciting, fuel-efficient cars and trucks, and the leadership in advanced propulsion technology."

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1 and 3 Month Libor Rates - 2/26/09 - Today's Libor Rates

It seems as though everyone is watching Libor rates these days. Today's Libor Rates for 2/26/09, are: 1 Month Libor Rate - 0.497% & 3 Month Libor Rate - 1.261%. The overnight Libor rate is 0.284%. As you can see, Libor Rates have changed today, February 26, 2009. All three libor rates went up slightly today for the third straight day.
Here are Previous Libor rates. You can also compare Libor Rates to how the Dow Jones traded.

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