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Evansville



110 Main Street
P.O. Box 98
Evansville, IN 47708

888-426-1481

Alan H. Newman, CWA®
Senior Vice President
Regional Manager
812/426-1481
ANewman@hilliard.com

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Daily Market Comment

Daily Market Recap -


Updated Each Business Day at Approximately 4:30 pm ET.



Stocks take another routing as the Dow drops more than 450 points. Weak economic data out of China again roiled international stock markets as well as commodity prices. Sweet crude oil for October delivery fell $3.88 to $45.32 per barrel. China's purchasing managers' index fell to a three year low. In US economic news, the institute for supply management report on manufacturing fell to 51.1 percent from 52.7 percent. The data was weaker than expected; however, figures above 50 percent signify expansionary economic conditions. Construction spending in July rose 0.7 percent to $1.08 trillion, its highest level in more than 7 years.

The Dow sank 469 points to 16,058. The NASDAQ tumbled 140 points to 4636. The S&P 500 surrendered 58 points to 1913. The small caps of the Russell 2000 plunged 31 points to 1128. The Dow Transports contracted 167 points to 7677. The Dow Utility Index retreated 15 points to 546.

Trading remained above average on the New York Stock exchange with more than 1.1 billion shares trading hands. On the NASDAQ, 622 million shares were exchanged. There were 6 times as many losers compared to winners on the New York Stock Exchange. On the NASDAQ, there were nearly 4 times as many decliners compared to advancers. U.S. Treasury securities moved higher among mid and long-dated issues amid the increased volatility in equity markets.

Clients with questions concerning this Afternoon Comment are advised to contact Dendra Lambert at: 1-800-444-1854 x1239 or (502) 588-1239. Members of the media are advised to contact Gary England at 1-800-444-1854 x1738 or (502) 588-1738.

The major indices succumb to selling pressure while oil recovers. Sweet crude for October delivery rose $2.90 to $48.12 per barrel following a report from the U.S. Energy Department. It cut estimates for oil production amid reduced output in Texas. At an international banking conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming over the weekend Federal Reserve President Fischer said the Federal Reserve has a pretty strong case for raising interest rates in September. US equity markets close out August with their worst monthly losses in more than three years as investors grappled with slowing economic growth in China, weak commodity prices, a strong dollar and the possibility of a new-term interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve.

The Dow surrendered 114 points to 16,528. The NASDAQ retreated 51 points to 4776. The S&P 500 dipped 16 points to 1972. The small caps of the Russell 2000 shed 3 points to 1159. The Dow Transports unwound 63 points to 7845. The Dow Utility Index lost 10 points to 562.

Trading remained above average on the New York Stock exchange with more than 1.1 billion shares trading hands. On the NASDAQ, 524 million shares were exchanged. There were 4 stocks lower for every 3 higher on the New York Stock Exchange. On the NASDAQ, winners and losers were evenly matched. U.S. Treasury securities moved lower among mid and long-dated issues but were higher at the short end of the curve.

Clients with questions concerning this Afternoon Comment are advised to contact Dendra Lambert at: 1-800-444-1854 x1239 or (502) 588-1239. Members of the media are advised to contact Gary England at 1-800-444-1854 x1738 or (502) 588-1738.

U.S. major stock indices finished little changed Friday, as the last full week of the month concluded, setting up what looks to be the worst month for the S&P 500 since May of 2012. As markets closed, crude oil was up sharply on the day, beating out gains in both natural gas and gold. On Monday, we look for the Chicago PMI to be released.

During today's trading, the Dow slipped 11 points, ending the session at 16643 as Travelers and Wal Mart led the decline. The NASDAQ gained 15 points to end at 4828, the S&P 500 added a point to end at 1988, the Dow Utility Index lost a point to finish at 572, while the Dow Transports gained 41 points, finishing the session at 7908. The Russell 2000 expanded 9 points and closed at 1162.

On the New York Stock Exchange 1029 million shares exchanged hands, while 539 million shares exchanged hands on the NASDAQ. There were about 2 advancers for every decliner on the both the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ. Bond markets were mostly lower. Recent yields were 0.05 percent for the 3-month bill, 1.52 percent for the 5-year note, 2.19 percent for the 10-year note and 2.91 percent for the 30-year bond.

Clients with questions concerning this Afternoon Comment are advised to contact Jeremy Roane at: 1-800-444-1854 x8688 or (502) 588-8688. Members of the media are advised to contact Gary England at 1-800-444-1854 x1738 or (502) 588-1738.

Equity markets rallied for the second straight session with the Dow climbing more than 350 points. Oil prices bounced higher with Sweet crude for November delivery jumping $4.06 to $42.66 per ounce. In economic news, weekly jobless claims fell and second quarter gross domestic product was revised upward to 3.7 percent and was also above estimates which called for 3.3 percent growth. Many international equity markets, including China, also rebounded today.

The Dow surged 369 points to 16,654. The NASDAQ rallied 115 points to 4812. The S&P 500 ascended 47 points to 1987. The small caps of the Russell 2000 jumped 21 points to 1153. The Dow Transports improved 184 points to 7866. The Dow Utility Index gained 7 points to 573.

Trading remained above average on the New York Stock exchange with more than 1.2 billion shares trading hands. On the NASDAQ, 634 million shares were exchanged. There were 8 stocks higher for every 1 lower on the New York Stock Exchange. U.S. Treasury securities were little changed.

Clients with questions concerning this Afternoon Comment are advised to contact Dendra Lambert at: 1-800-444-1854 x1239 or (502) 588-1239. Members of the media are advised to contact Gary England at 1-800-444-1854 x1738 or (502) 588-1738.

The major indices reversed course with the Dow surging more than 600 points. Gains accelerated late in the session, breaking the recent trend of stocks selling off heading into the closing bell. Today's gains in the major indices were the largest in 4 years but comes on the heels of six days of volatility and heavy losses. The New York Federal Reserve President made some dovish comments noting downside risks to the economy in light of slowing economic activity in China and lower commodity prices. Still, domestic economic indicators continue to be mostly upbeat. July's durable goods orders rose 2 percent versus expectations for a decline of 0.6 percent.

The Dow recovered 619 points to 16,285. The NASDAQ rallied 191 points to 4697. The S&P 500 recouped 72 points to 1940. The small caps of the Russell 2000 surged 28 points to 1132. The Dow Transports expanded 215 points to 7682. The Dow Utility Index ascended 9 points to 566.

Trading remained above average on the New York Stock exchange with more than 1.3 billion shares trading hands. On the NASDAQ, a more typical level of 684 million shares were exchanged. Advancers ousted decliners by a 4 to 1 margin while there were about 3 winners for every 1 loser on the NASDAQ. U.S. Treasury securities moved lower among mid and long-dated issues as investors rotated back into equities.

Clients with questions concerning this Afternoon Comment are advised to contact Dendra Lambert at: 1-800-444-1854 x1239 or (502) 588-1239. Members of the media are advised to contact Gary England at 1-800-444-1854 x1738 or (502) 588-1738.

Another volatile session concludes with the major indices again selling off heading into the closing bell. A 661 point price swing pushed the Dow up as much as 441 before it slid into negative terrain in the final hour of trading to close down 204 points. Earlier in the session investors were encouraged by upbeat domestic economic data on housing and consumer confidence. Likewise, a German export index improved. However, China's key stock index, the Shanghai Composite Index, slid another 7.6 percent. Furthermore, the Chinese Central Bank lowered interest rates and lowered its reserve requirement ratio by 50 basis points.

The Dow surrendered another 204 points to 15,666. The NASDAQ retreated 19 points further to 4506. The S&P 500 dropped another 25 points to 1867. The small caps of the Russell 2000 lost 7 points to 1104. The Dow Transports contracted 128 points to 7466. The Dow Utility Index unwound 16 points to 557.

Trading volume was lighter than yesterday but was still strong relative to typical summer trading levels. More than 1.2 billion shares traded on the New York stock exchange while 703 million shares were exchanged on the NASDAQ. Decliners outnumbered advancers by a 4 to 3 margin on the New York Stock Exchange while losers held a small advantage over winners on the NASDAQ. U.S. Treasury securities moved lower among mid and long-dated issues. The 10-year note closed at 2.11 percent.

Clients with questions concerning this Afternoon Comment are advised to contact Dendra Lambert at: 1-800-444-1854 x1239 or (502) 588-1239. Members of the media are advised to contact Gary England at 1-800-444-1854 x1738 or (502) 588-1738.
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