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Major Indexes Halve Losses Since Friday

As of about midday on Tuesday, the markets have swung between being positive, negative and flat. After a record 936.42 point gain for the Dow on Monday, which companies are withstanding the volatility and sustaining gains since Friday's close? Financials dominate the leaders.
• The Dow has already swung 503.05 points from the intraday high of 9794.37 to the low of 9291.32
-The Dow has gained over $333B in market cap since Friday's close, regaining half its $612B loss last week
• The S&P has already swung 50.42 points from its intraday high of 1043.84 to the low of 993.42
-The S&P has gained over $659B in market cap from Friday's close, regaining close to half of its $1.8T loss in market cap last week
• The NASDAQ has already swung 106.05 points from its intraday high of 1896.95 to its low of 1790.90
-The NASDAQ has gained over $334B in market cap from Friday's close
• The VIX had gone up 5% to an intraday high of 57.65, but is currently back down to about 54.97

Positive S&P Companies: Top 5 By % Gain WTD: (471 companies out of 500 are positive for the week-to-date (WTD))
• Morgan Stanley is up the most for the week, gaining over 125% WTD
-MS has gained $4.2B in market cap since Friday
-MS is trading well off its 52-wk low of $6.71 hit on 10/10/08, and is off 69% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• Genworth Financial is up 104% WTD
-GNW has gained $1.3B in market cap since Friday
-GNW is off its 52-wk low of 3.25 hit on 10/10/08, and is off almost 78% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• XL Capital is up almost 94% WTD
-XL has gained $1.9B in market cap since Friday
-XL is well off its low of $3.45 hit on 10/09/08, and is still off almost 87% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• National City is up almost 61% WTD
-NCC has gained $436M in market cap since Friday
-NCC is off its 52-wk low of $1.25 hit on 9/29/08, and is still off almost 88% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• KeyCorp is up over 58% WTD
-KEY has gained $1.4B in market cap since Friday
-KEY is off its 52-wk low of $5.75 hit on 10/10/08, and is still off over 68% from the market peak on October 9, 2007

Negative S&P Companies by % Loss WTD: 29 companies are negative WTD
• Dillards is down over 14% WTD
-DDS has lost $518M in market cap since Friday
-DDS is off its 52-wk low of $7.25 hit on 10/10/08, and is still off over 64% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• Sears Holding is down almost 10.4% WTD (Sears is the biggest loser by % loss WTD in the NASDAQ 100)
-SHLD has lost over $2.6B in market cap since Friday
-SHLD is off its 52-wk low of $61.51 hit on 10/10/08, and is still off over 57% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• CB Richard Ellis is down over 10.2% WTD
-CBG has lost over $339M in market cap since Friday
-CBG is off its 52-wk low $6.88 hit on 10/10/08, and is still off 71% from the market peak on October 9, 2007

Positive Dow Companies by % Gain WTD: (28 out of 30 are positive week-to-date(WTD))

• General Motors is up the most for the week, gaining almost 34% WTD
-GM has gained over $930M in market cap since Friday
-GM is still trading near its 52-wk low of $4 hit on 10/10/08, and is off almost 83% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• Citigroup is up almost 28% WTD
-Citi has gained over $21B in market cap since Friday
-Citi is off its 52-wk low of $12 hit on 10/10/08, and is still down almost 63% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• American Express is up almost 22% WTD
-AXP has gained almost $6B in market cap since Friday
-AXP is off its 52-wk low hit on 10/10/08, and is still down almost 54% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• AT&T is up almost 20% WTD
-AT&T has gained almost $26B in market cap since Friday
-AT&T is off its 52-wk low of $20.90 hit on 10/10/08, and is still down over 36% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• Alcoa is up over 19% WTD
-Alcoa has gained almost $1.8B in market cap since Friday
-Alcoa is off its 52-wk low of $10.51 hit on 10/10/08
Negative Dow Companies: (Only 2 constituents are negative week-to-date (WTD))
• General Electric continues to be a loser down over 5% this week despite the Dow's record point gain yesterday
-GE has lost $11B in market cap since Friday's close
-GE is off its intraday 52-wk low of $18.40, hit on 10/10/08, and is still down 51% from the market peak on October 9, 2007
• JPMorgan is also down almost 3% for the week
-JPM has lost $3.2B in market cap since Friday's close
-JPM is well off its 52-wk low of $29.24 hit on 7/15/08

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