Saturday, March 25, 2006

The week in review

  • DJIA gained a whopping .32 or .003% to close at 11,279.97
  • S&P 500, fell 4.30, .33% to 1302.95
  • Oil, gained another $1.49 this week to 64.26. Last week the oil market was worried about Iran, this week it was's always somethin'.
Google will be added to the S&P 500 on March 31st. It replaces Burlington Resources which is being bought by ConocoPhillips. Haven't we all had about enough hubbub over Google?

New U.S. home sales dropped like a rock in February. Is it a bubble? Call it what you like, there's something going on here.

Money Market rates top 4% for the first time in four years. Now before you get all excited, remember that after inflation and taxes that gives Oh well.

In March Madness today we have Texas vs. LSU and UCLA vs. Memphis. Hook 'em 'horns!

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