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The 10-yr yield is higher by three basis points at 2.59%. Also of note, the U.S. Treasury has announced a new set of sanctions on Russian banks, energy, and defense companies. The move followed a similar announcement from the European Union. Economic data included Retail Sales, Import/Export Prices, Michigan Sentiment Survey, and Business Inventories: Retail sales increased 0.6% in August following an upwardly revised 0.3% (from 0.0%), which matched the Briefing.com consensus After missing expectations last month, sales rebounded in August and upward revisions were reported for http://wallinside.com/post-53382225-kim-kardashian-shows-kanye-west-napping-jokes-he-has-side-chicks-pic-us-weekly.html the prior month (to 0.3% from 0.0%); concerns that consumption could weigh down GDP growth were somewhat alleviated. Excluding motor vehicles, retail sales increased a respectable 0.3% for a second consecutive month and met the consensus expectations Export prices, excluding agriculture, decreased 0.3% in August after increasing 0.3% in the prior reading Excluding oil, import prices ticked up 0.1%, which followed last month's unchanged reading The University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index increased to 84.6 in the preliminary September reading from 82.5 in August, while the Briefing.com consensus expected the index to increase to 83.5 That was the highest reading in the Sentiment Index since July 2013 The Present Conditions Index deteriorated in September, dropping from 99.8 in August to 98.5 The Expectations Index rose to 75.6 in September from 71.3 in August Business inventories increased an in-line 0.4% in July after increasing by the same amount in June Inventories for manufacturers (0.1%) and merchant wholesalers (0.1%) were known prior to the release. The only bit of new information was that retailer inventories increased 1.0% in July after increasing 0.7% in June 12:42 pm Notable movers http://glenndcxr.mywapblog.com of interest (:SCANX) : The following are some of today's most notable movers of interest, categorized by market capitalization (large cap over $10 billion and mid cap between $2-10 billion) and ranked by % change (all stocks over 100K average daily volume). Large Cap Gainers S (6.93 +5.56%): Upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Cowen EBAY (52.03 +2.66%): Trading higher on rumors that Google (GOOG) taking a stake in the company CME (79.21 +2.18%): Mentioned positively in blog article; seeing strength in trading exchange stocks: ICE also higher Large Cap Losers SDRL (31.29 -4.68%): Weakness in large cap oil and gas companies: UGP, PBR, ESV also higher HCN (64.1 -3.59%): Priced 15.5 mln share offering of common stock at $63.75 per share ITUB (16.18 -3.29%): Weakness in Brazilian stocks as recent polls suggest rising support for relection of Dilma Rousseff: BRFS, BBD also higher Mid Cap Gainers ULTA (116.47 +19.48%): Beat quarterly EPS by $0.11 ($0.94 vs $0.83 view publisher site estimate), revs rose 22.2% yoy to $734.2 mln vs $713.35 mln estimate; sees Q3 EPS of $0.79-0.84 vs $0.83 estimate, revs of $724-736 mln vs $718.04 mln estimate; raised FY15 EPS guidance to +20% (from mid teens) or ~$3.79 vs $3.69 estimate, revs +20% (from mid teens) to ~$3.204 bln vs $3.15 bln estimate; raised FY15 comps guidance to +7-8% from prior guidance of +4-6% ALNY (74.43 +5.77%): Co announced that it is broadening its http://englishwgrs.crowdvine.com pipeline with ALN-AGT, a subcutaneously administered RNAi therapeutic targeting angiotensinogen for the treatment of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, including preeclampsia, one of the most common complications of pregnancy ACAD (28.47 +3.64%): Mentioned positively on CNBC's Mad Money program Mid Cap Losers SDLP (31.84 -3.54%): Weakness in mid cap oil and gas companies: APL, NE, RICE also lower DDR (17.31 -2.89%): Downgraded to Hold from Buy at KeyBanc Capital Markets; downgraded to Neutral from Buy at UBS 12:34 pm S&P -10.7 and Nasdaq Comp -22 slip under first hour lows -- Dow -65 (:TECHX) : 11:54 am Small-caps and mid-caps continue to weaken, major averages slide back toward first hour lows -- Dow -55, S&P -9, Nasdaq Comp -19.6 (:TECHX) : 11:51 am European Markets Closing Prices (:SUMRX) : European markets are now closed; stock markets across Europe performed as follows: UK's FTSE:+0.1% Irish Ovrl Index:+0.2% Greece ASE General Index: -0.5% 11:44 am Stocks/ETFs that traded to new 52 week highs/lows this session - New highs (86) outpacing new lows (60) (:SCANX) : Stocks that traded to 52 week highs: AAVL, ABBV, ACT, AHGP, AHS, ALGT, AOSL, ARUN, BANF, BDSI, BKYF, CALM, CARO, CFN, CNVR, CNW, CTLT, CVTI, CYH, DECK, DYAX, EARS, ECL, ENPH, ENSV, FCAP, FINL, FLWS, FUBC, GFIG, GLNG, GS, GTIM, HAIN, HCA, HCBK, HTLD, IBKR, ICLR, IG, IMDZ, ISTR, IT, JBSS, KEX, LAKE, LE, LUV, MARA, MHFI, MIK, MSFT, MTB, MTN, NFBK, NOR, NVGS, OILT, PKX, PLOW, PRXL, PTRY, RAIL, RCL, RDNT, SBAC, SCHW, SERV, SGBK, SKX, SNY, SWIR, SYNL, THC, THRM, TRNX, TWC, UTHR, VAC, VFC, WB, WMS, WTM, WWAV, XPO, ZLTQ Stocks that traded to 52 week lows: AGCO, ALG, ALXA, ATW, BPHX, CLRB, CNHI, CTT, CWST, DLA, DO, DWCH, ECR, ECT, ENZY, ESCR, FF, FI, FMC, FVE, FWM, GGB, GLF, GLPI, IRET, IRG, IVC, KEG, KIPS, KVHI, KWK, LODE, MCP, MDR, MNTG, MVC, MXL, PCL, PRFT, RAVN, RCPI, REE, RIG, RNDY, RTGN, RVNC, SCL, SPEX, STRM, STXS, TAC, THRX, TLR, TRGT, UAMY, VALE, VNOM, XNY, ZEP, ZX ETFs that traded to 52 week highs: IYG, PPH ETFs that traded to 52 week lows: BJK, BNO, DBC, DJP, EWO, FUD, FXS, FXY, JJA, SGG, SIVR, SLV 11:38 am Currency Commentary: The Fed on Deck (:SUMRX) : The Dollar Index continues to hold 84 ahead of next week's FOMC meeting. Markets are looking for the Fed to drop hints that the time frame for the first rate hike may be moving up from the current mid-2015 expectations.
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