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Stock Watch BA, F, GILD, LLY, PEP, QCOM

|Includes: The Boeing Company (BA), F, GILD, LLY, PEP, QCOM

July 22nd, 2009 (Live Trading News) Re-cap of the US Stock Market Action for July 22, 2009 + Stock Talk

The leading NAS composite index is up 21.5% on the year, compared with 5.7 % for the S&P 500, and 1.6% for the DJIA.

The DJIA gained 67.79 pts, or 0.8%, to close at 8,915.94, its highest level since January 2009 on seven straight advances for 9.4% erasing its loss for the year with a 104 point gain on Monday. The S&P 500 gained 3.45 pts, or 0.4%, to close at 954.58, its highest close since November 2008.

The Leading NAS tallied up + 6.91 pts, or 0.4% to end the session at 1,916.20, its 10th straight gaining day running. The last time the NAS ran North 10 straight days was in July 1997. Technology issues have led this rally off if its 12 yr lows touched on March 9, 2009.

In other trading, the Russell 2000 shed 1.74 pts, or 0.3 %, to close at 525.22 on the day

Advancing stocks outpaced the decliners on the NYSE, with the volume coming in at 5.2B/shrs compared with 4.9B/shrs on Monday.

Treasury investors saw Fed Chairman Bernanke’s statements on mantaining low interest rates for now as supporting the value of bonds in circulation. The yield on the benchmark 10 yr T-Note fell to 3.48% from 3.60% late Monday.

The US$ was mixed against other major currencies, and Gold prices fell.

Crude Oil prices rose 74c to settle at US$64.72 bbl on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Overseas: Britain’s FTSE 100 gained 0.9%, Germany’s DAX index rose 1.3%, France’s CAC-40 posted a + 1%, and Japan’s Nikkei stock average jumped 2.7%. Stay tuned…Red

Stocks to Watch Today

The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA), Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F), Gilead Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD), Eli Lilly Company (NYSE:LLY), PepsiCo, Inc. (NYSE:PEP), and Qualcomm Inc (NASDAQ:QCOM).

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July 22nd, 2009 (Live Trading News) Re-cap of the US Stock Market Action for July 22, 2009 + Stock Talk

The leading NAS composite index is up 21.5% on the year, compared with 5.7 % for the S&P 500, and 1.6% for the DJIA.

The DJIA gained 67.79 pts, or 0.8%, to close at 8,915.94, its highest level since January 2009 on seven straight advances for 9.4% erasing its loss for the year with a 104 point gain on Monday. The S&P 500 gained 3.45 pts, or 0.4%, to close at 954.58, its highest close since November 2008.

The Leading NAS tallied up + 6.91 pts, or 0.4% to end the session at 1,916.20, its 10th straight gaining day running. The last time the NAS ran North 10 straight days was in July 1997. Technology issues have led this rally off if its 12 yr lows touched on March 9, 2009.

In other trading, the Russell 2000 shed 1.74 pts, or 0.3 %, to close at 525.22 on the day

Advancing stocks outpaced the decliners on the NYSE, with the volume coming in at 5.2B/shrs compared with 4.9B/shrs on Monday.

Treasury investors saw Fed Chairman Bernanke’s statements on mantaining low interest rates for now as supporting the value of bonds in circulation. The yield on the benchmark 10 yr T-Note fell to 3.48% from 3.60% late Monday.

The US$ was mixed against other major currencies, and Gold prices fell.

Crude Oil prices rose 74c to settle at US$64.72 bbl on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Overseas: Britain’s FTSE 100 gained 0.9%, Germany’s DAX index rose 1.3%, France’s CAC-40 posted a + 1%, and Japan’s Nikkei stock average jumped 2.7%. Stay tuned…Red

Stocks to Watch Today

The Boeing Company (BA), Ford Motor Company (F), Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD), Eli Lilly Company (LLY), PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP), and Qualcomm Inc (QCOM).

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