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May 2, 2006

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Morning Call by Barchart.com

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Today's U.S. Market Focus :

  • Today's April total vehicle sales report is expected to improve slightly to 16.7 mln from March's 16.6 mln, but remain a bit weak at 0.3 mln below the 12-month average of 17.0 mln. Firm vehicle sales are important not only as an indicator of consumer spending intentions. . .More
  • June 10-year T-note prices this morning are trading unchanged and have shaken off the initial bearish impact of the Bartiromo report yesterday afternoon at about 3:30 PM ET that Mr. Bernanke was displeased with the dovish interpretation of his testimony last Thursday. T-note prices yesterday during the regular session fell sharply by. . .More
  • The dollar this morning is mixed with the euro/dollar up +0.53 cents on this morning's strong Eurozone PMI manufacturing index. The dollar/yen is up +0.19 yen. The dollar index yesterday fell to a 1-year low on continued technical weakness and concern about. . .More
  • June crude oil prices this morning are trading +45 cents as market concern about Iran continues. June oil prices yesterday rallied sharply by $1.82 as the rhetoric heated up on the Iran situation. . .More

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