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Quick Market Stats: Week Ending 11/14

For the week, the Dow tumbled about 5%, followed by the S&P 500 down over 6%, while the NASDAQ got hit the hardest, declining nearly 8%. The markets closed another volatile session where the NASDAQ closed below 1,500 on Wednesday for the first time since May 21, 2003. On Thursday, the Dow tested October lows dipping below 8,000 for the first time since October 10, 2008; however, it recovered losses during the last few hours of the trading day to finish the session up 552.59 points.
**The markets will watch the G20 meeting over the weekend.
-IBM had the most negative impact on the Dow, down almost 7% for the week
-McDonald's had the most positive impact on the Dow up over 1% for the week
*Only two Dow Components were positive for the week: McDonald's and AT&T
-AT&T had the most positive impact on the S&P 500, up over 2.4% for the week
-General Electric had the most negative impact on the S&P 500, down over 15% for the week
-Logitech had the most negative impact on the NASDAQ 100, down almost 13% for the week
-Gilead Sciences had the most positive impact on the NASDAQ 100, up over 4% for the week


All ten sectors were negative for the week led by Financials, down almost 12%. Telecomm was the least negative sector for the week, down only 0.55%.
Financials were dragged down by American Capital down about 54% for the week.
Telecomm was helped by AT&T up over 2.4% for the week.

For the week, the Dow tumbled about 5%, followed by the S&P 500 down over 6%, while the NASDAQ got hit the hardest, declining nearly 8%. The markets closed another volatile session where the NASDAQ closed below 1,500 on Wednesday for the first time since May 21, 2003. On Thursday, the Dow tested October lows dipping below 8,000 for the first time since October 10, 2008; however, it recovered losses during the last few hours of the trading day to finish the session up 552.59 points.
**The markets will watch the G20 meeting over the weekend.
-IBM had the most negative impact on the Dow, down almost 7% for the week
-McDonald's had the most positive impact on the Dow up over 1% for the week
*Only two Dow Components were positive for the week: McDonald's and AT&T
-AT&T had the most positive impact on the S&P 500, up over 2.4% for the week
-General Electric had the most negative impact on the S&P 500, down over 15% for the week
-Logitech had the most negative impact on the NASDAQ 100, down almost 13% for the week
-Gilead Sciences had the most positive impact on the NASDAQ 100, up over 4% for the week


Oil settles at $57.04 per barrel, closing at levels not seen since January, 2007, as grim economic news continue to point towards decreasing demand.
The AAA current national average for regular gas is $2.152 per gallon down 30.85% from a year ago, when the average was $3.112 per gallon
Heating Oil falls almost 8% for the week
Gold rallies Friday, settling up over 5% on safe-haven buying

For the week, the Dow tumbled about 5%, followed by the S&P 500 down over 6%, while the NASDAQ got hit the hardest, declining nearly 8%. The markets closed another volatile session where the NASDAQ closed below 1,500 on Wednesday for the first time since May 21, 2003. On Thursday, the Dow tested October lows dipping below 8,000 for the first time since October 10, 2008; however, it recovered losses during the last few hours of the trading day to finish the session up 552.59 points.
**The markets will watch the G20 meeting over the weekend.
-IBM had the most negative impact on the Dow, down almost 7% for the week
-McDonald's had the most positive impact on the Dow up over 1% for the week
*Only two Dow Components were positive for the week: McDonald's and AT&T
-AT&T had the most positive impact on the S&P 500, up over 2.4% for the week
-General Electric had the most negative impact on the S&P 500, down over 15% for the week
-Logitech had the most negative impact on the NASDAQ 100, down almost 13% for the week
-Gilead Sciences had the most positive impact on the NASDAQ 100, up over 4% for the week


The euro zone suffers its second straight quarter of economic decline formerly declaring a recession and putting the euro under pressure. The G20 is meeting this weekend to discuss limiting the impact of the global economic slump.
-The euro has lost more than 13% against the US dollar year-to-date.

For the week, the Dow tumbled about 5%, followed by the S&P 500 down over 6%, while the NASDAQ got hit the hardest, declining nearly 8%. The markets closed another volatile session where the NASDAQ closed below 1,500 on Wednesday for the first time since May 21, 2003. On Thursday, the Dow tested October lows dipping below 8,000 for the first time since October 10, 2008; however, it recovered losses during the last few hours of the trading day to finish the session up 552.59 points.
**The markets will watch the G20 meeting over the weekend.
-IBM had the most negative impact on the Dow, down almost 7% for the week
-McDonald's had the most positive impact on the Dow up over 1% for the week
*Only two Dow Components were positive for the week: McDonald's and AT&T
-AT&T had the most positive impact on the S&P 500, up over 2.4% for the week
-General Electric had the most negative impact on the S&P 500, down over 15% for the week
-Logitech had the most negative impact on the NASDAQ 100, down almost 13% for the week
-Gilead Sciences had the most positive impact on the NASDAQ 100, up over 4% for the week