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In spite of Friday's tug-of-war between the US Dollar (UUP +1.0%) and the unexpectedly positive Jobs report (see WSJ, HP), all of the the major indices recovered nicely from the Dubai news with the S&P 500 (SPY) up +1.3% for the week. Even the recently beleaguered Small Caps (IWM +4.9%) but in a strong showing, potentially auguring well for a year-end rally. While Energy (XLE) looks about as oversold as the Transports (IYT) look overbought, the market overall maybe considered in neutral territory when considering many short-term oscillators.
Week Fifty of 2009 (is that even possible!) features a much more subdued but no less important economic calendar, featuring consumer credit, wholesale inventory and retail sales reports:
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