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Market 360: The Week's Best & Worst

On a week that saw a late-day rally for the Dow & S&P Friday, managing to close in positive territory for the day, following a dismal jobs report, increased concerns over GM's viability and another bailout for AIG, the markets fell 6% or greater for the week.

The S&P and NASDAQ put in their worst weekly performance since November, while the NASDAQ breached through its November lows for the first time.

-The S&P 500 has lost almost $1.93 trillion dollars or 23.75% of its market cap 2009 YTD with GE the loss leader by $ value down $96.5 billion in market cap YTD
-63 companies in the S&P 500 have lost more than 50% of their market cap in 2009 YTD
*The Dow has lost $776 billion in market cap 2009 YTD
*The NASDAQ 100 has lost $196 billion in market cap 2009 YTD

Index Impact:

-Pfizer (PFE) had the most positive impact on the Dow & the S&P, up over 3% for the week, and the only positive Dow component for the week.
**YTD, IBM is the ONLY positive Dow component the year, up about 2% YTD
**YTD, the top S&P performer by % gain remains Sprint Nextel (S), up over 56% YTD
-JPMorgan (JPM) had the most negative impact on the Dow & the S&P, down over 30% for the week
**YTD, Citigroup (C) continues to be the worst Dow performer by % loss, down almost 85% YTD
**YTD, the bottom S&P performer by % loss continues to be Huntington Bancshares (HBAN) down almost 87% YTD
-Activision Blizzard (ATVI) had the most positive impact on the NASDAQ 100, up almost 3% for the week.
**YTD, the top NASDAQ 100 performer by % gain is Ilumina (ILMN), up almost 23% YTD
-Microsoft (MSFT) had the most negative impact on the NASDAQ 100, down over 5% for the week.
**YTD, the worst NASDAQ 100 performer by % loss continues to be Wynn Resorts (WYNN), down almost 64% YTD

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Sector Impact:

10 out of 10 S&P sectors were negative for the week led by Financials down over 19% for the week. Consumer Staples were the least negative, down almost 4% for the week.
*YTD all 10 sectors are negative led by Financials down almost 52% YTD. Information

-Technology is the least negative sector down almost 12% YTD
-Financials were dragged down by Developers Diversified Realty (DDR), down almost 49% for the week
-Consumer Staples were helped by Altria (MO), the only positive consumer staple for the week, up about 2% for the week


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More Weekly Stats Here

Commodity Impact:

Oil settled
at $45.52 per barrel on expectations that OPEC may cut output targets at the March 15th meeting.
Gas Prices: The AAA current national average for regular gas is $1.940 per gallon down 39.09% from a year ago when the average was $3.185 per gallon
-The highest recorded average price by AAA was on 7/17/2008, when the national average was $4.114 per gallon
Copper rallies on hopes of increased demand from China, gaining almost 10% for the week.

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Currency Impact:

The US dollar ended the week mixed against most major currencies, gaining against the yen, but losing ground against the euro and pound sterling.

Commodity Impact:

Oil settled
at $45.52 per barrel on expectations that OPEC may cut output targets at the March 15th meeting.
Gas Prices: The AAA current national average for regular gas is $1.940 per gallon down 39.09% from a year ago when the average was $3.185 per gallon
-The highest recorded average price by AAA was on 7/17/2008, when the national average was $4.114 per gallon
Copper rallies on hopes of increased demand from China, gaining almost 10% for the week.

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Note:Data based on preliminary numbers. May adjust slightly due to settling at close.

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