إتجاه السوق اليوم الأربعاء

الموضوع في 'السوق الأمريكي للأوراق الماليه' بواسطة المؤشر, بتاريخ ‏13 أكتوبر 2004.

  1. المؤشر

    المؤشر المشرف العام مشرف

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    أعلنت شركتي انتل وياهو أمس بعد الإغلاق عن أرباح أفضل من التوقعات مما سيدعم القطاع التكنولوجي اليوم الذي سيكون بإنتظار نتائج شركة ابل للكمبيوتر بعد السوق

    على شارت 30 تجاوز الناسداك الترندلاين الذي يشير إلى مستوى 1920 مما يعني أن هناك إرتفاع سيصل حتى 1945 تقريباً بالذات إذا تم تجاوز مستوى المقاومه عند 1930

    لذلك يجب التركيز على مستوى 1930 الذي سيحدد إتجاه السوق اليوم
     

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    يعجز اللسان و القلم و الكيبورد عن تقديم الشكر لمجهوداتك الجباره يا بو علي
    و اسمح لي بهذه المشاركه البسيطة ..
     

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    مع نزول اسعار البترول ان شاء الله اليوم السوق اخضر

    05:28 Oil ticks back down to $52.27 on profit-taking

    Oil prices backed away from record highs on Wednesday as signs that $50-plus crude is crimping demand growth prompted traders to lock in profits from the market's 23 percent surge since mid-August, reports Reuters. "People were looking for $55 yesterday and when we failed to reach that level, the market went into profit-taking, said chief commodities strategist at Mitsui Bussan Futures in Tokyo. "But market sentiment is still very strong. We need to see a small correction before going up to $55 or $60." U.S. light, sweet crude was trading down 24 cents at $52.27 a barrel, extending losses after the market tumbled from Tuesday's all-time high $54.45 to end $1.13 lower on the day. ​
     
  6. SAIFY

    SAIFY عضو جديد

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    Wednesday October 13, 2004 (4:43 pm ET)

    Stocks Finish with Losses

    Good news from tech titans Intel and Yahoo! wasn't enough to overcome a fresh surge in oil prices
    Stocks ended lower on Wednesday with the Dow industrials barely over the psychologically important 10,000 level after a spike in oil prices overshadowed upbeat profit reports from tech bellwethers Intel (INTC) and Yahoo (YHOO).

    The Dow Jones industrial average finished off 75.51 points, or 0.75%, to 10,001.67. The broader Standard&Poor's 500 index was off 8.27 points, or 0.74%, to 1,113.57. The tech-heavy Nasdaq composite index dropped 4.64 points, or 0.24%, to 1,920.53.

    Looking ahead, Thursday brings another raft of high-profile earnings reports, including results from drugmaker Abbott Laboratories (ABT), discount carrier Southwest Airlines (LUV), financial-services giant Citigroup (C), and server maker Sun Microsystems (SUNW).

    On Thursday's economic data calendar, the U.S. trade gap in August is expected to have widened to $51 billion from $50.15 billion in the previous month. Meanwhile, first-time jobless claims are expected to show a rise to 349,000 from 335,000 in the week ended Oct. 9.

    Stoking the selling on Wednesday was news that crude oil rose by $1.13 to $53.64 a barrel after dropping below the $52-a-barrel level earlier in the session. Higher energy costs can crimp corporate profits. Among the big decliners on the Dow was aluminum producer Alcoa (AA) after Prudential issued a negative outlook on the metals sector.

    Keeping the Nasdaq from bigger losses was Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, which posted 15% higher third quarter earnings on higher sales. But the company said there was weak demand for its desktop computer microprocessors and that it was facing growing competition.

    Meantime, Yahoo, the Internet media company, reported that its quarterly profit nearly quadrupled as its website has had huge success selling ads.

    Bucking the downtrend in the Dow was fast-food giant McDonald's (MCD), which posted 42% higher third-quarter profits thanks to strong sales in the U.S. and a lower tax rate.

    In other stocks news, Harley-Davidson (HDI), which makes motorcycles, posted record quarterly profits, lifted strong demand for its new models.

    Consulting firm Accenture (ACN) reported a higher quarterly profit but warned that current quarter profits could be slightly below analysts' estimates.

    Media company The New York Times (NYT), which runs the New York Times and Boston Globe newspapers, posted 4% lower third-quarter earnings despite higher advertising revenues. The company said investments in expanding its flagship newspaper and The International Herald Tribune were in part to blame.

    Treasury Market

    Treasuries finished higher on Wednesday after plunging commodity prices, especially copper prices, suggested global economic weakness, says Informa Global Markets. Also, rising tensions in Iraq and option put sales stemmed any losses in bonds. Later in the session, Treasuries surged on the reversal in oil.

    World Markets

    European stock markets closed mixed on Wednesday. London's Financial Times-Stock Exchange 100 index was off 13.10 points, or 0.28%, to 4,634.80 as U.K. September unemployment claims fell 200,000, the jobless rate remained unchanged at 2.7%, earnings were strong at 3.9%, and oil prices headed lower. Numis was higher after the company rejected a takeover offer from an unidentified company.

    Germany's DAX index gained 9.55 points, or 0.24%, to 3,976.03 as crude oil prices plunge on profit taking from a recent surge. Infineon Technologies was higher in reaction to Intel's higher earnings and improved inventories outlook. Hannover Re and Munich Re were higher as some analysts are upbeat on stocks now that they have taken steps to lower earnings forecasts due to a string of U.S. hurricanes and Pacific typhoons. Adidas-Salomon was lower after reporting a first-half slump in soccer-shoe sales in Germany.

    France's CAC-40 index was up 5.59 points, or 0.15%, to 3,694.32, as French September CPI rose 0.2%, down from 0.3% in August and oil prices skidded on profit taking. STMicroelectronics and Alcatel were higher in sympathy with Intel's higher earnings. Carrefour was lower after saying it won't meet targets.

    In Asia, Japan's Nikkei average lost 5.82 points, or 0.05%, to 11,195.99 as gains in high tech stocks were offset by declines in oil exploration firms as crude oil prices headed lower after a run of 5 consecutive closing highs.

    In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng index fell 80.01 points, or 0.60%, to close at 13,171.58.
     
  7. الشعثاني

    الشعثاني عضو مميز

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    ** بلاد الورد **


    After Market Report


    Trading was disappointing. On Tuesday the market provided some hope that we had a good chance of resuming the uptrend as the correction had signaled quite confidently that its end was in sight. Instead, bears used weakness in the natural resource sector and higher oil prices to push prices lower once again. The goal of many bears is to move the QQQ back to $35 for Friday’s options expiration. This is because they have sold a great deal of puts and will make the most money on these sales if they expire worthless at $35

    The natural resource sector sold off hard yesterday.The sell off surprised a lot of traders, including ourselves. In fact we had been reading commentary from a respected trader (name withheld) who had actually advised buying copper just a day earlier. The copper market can only be described as a crash as December
    futures gave up 25 points falling from 150-125

    In this environment trends have quickly given up gains after non starts and breakouts have failed to get legs under them failing almost as quickly as they start