Friday, September 11, 2009

Overseas Boxscore...

China's Shanghai Composite: +2.2%--its biggest weekly gain in seven weeks. The Index advanced 4.5% this week, the best weekly performance since July.

Hang Seng Index: +0.4%--The Index gained 4.2% this week for its best performance in six weeks.

Korean Kospi: +0.4%.

Nikkei: -0.7%.

Gold is up (as of this writing) $7.60 (0.76%) to $1,004.40 an ounce, rallying off of weakness in the U.S. dollar.

Here in the U.S., the S&P 500 pushed to its highest level since October 6th, rising 1% yesterday. Crude also moved higher, closing yesterday up $.80 to $72/bbl.

More later.

Talk to you,

Todd M. Schoenberger, Managing Director
LandColt Trading, Inc.

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