Grant Capital (Grant Capital)
Markets  |  April 05, 2013 22:05:40

U.S. Markets - recap the past, 14 week, and the outlook for the week from 8 4th



This week's events:

Last week brought to market approximately one and a half percent decline, as measured by the S & P 500 Yet at the beginning of the week the index managed to create a new local maxima that move about 3 points below the historic highs of 2007.These peaks shifted him positive macro data in the form of slightly higher-than-expected increase in durable goods orders and a better outcome index of economic optimism. The decline came on Wednesday when the indexes wrote off approximately one percent. The culprit was a decline in the expected changes in employment and weaker result PMI index of non-manufacturing sector. Thursday was relatively small despite the increase in the number of applications for unemployment and Friday brought another decline when markets tripped result of significantly weaker growth of jobs outside agriculture. Also tense situation in Korea develop any better and also add reports of a possible spread of a new strain of bird flu in China. Friday's decline did not stop even further improvement in unemployment, which dropped to the value of 7.6%, the expected stagnation in value 7.7%.
The dollar weakened in the past week and a pair of euro to get back to the value of 1.30. Strongly losing oil, which is just below the value of 98 USD per barrel to the price returned 93 USD and gold, but on Friday its losses partially corrected, also ended with a loss on the price of 1576 USD per ounce.
Most of the decline last week suffered from sector conglomerates, which gave 2.9%, while conservative utility ended the week with a profit of 0.6%. Utilities were the only profitable sector in the 14 week.

Events next week:

In the next week, earnings season begins again publishing quarterly results of Alcoa (AA) and after foreclosure.   Major macro data in the next week will not be much. The most important ones will be published on Friday in the form of results in retail sales and consumer sentiment.Is also worth noting Wednesday's FOMC Minutes.
A complete overview of the expected macro data, visit http://grantcapital.cz/komentare-k-trhu/us-makrodata

Model portfolio:

In the 14th NOV traded, GM, AGNC, AXL and bought Akama, CHK, INTC and INVN. X sold and SCCO.
Details about the model portfolio, visit:
http://grantcapital.cz/obchodovani/modelova-portfolia/modelovy-ucet-usa


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