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You can read the original version online: ——————————————————————————– January 20, 2013 Week In Review…

Week In Review For January 14, 2013 to January 18, 2013 Canadian Technical Penny Stocks To Watch This Week:

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WEEKLY UPDATE -STOCKS NOT TO BE DENIED, S&P 500 AT 5-YEAR HIGH North American stocks continued their upward march this past week as investors digested a mouthful of earnings reports and a series of generally better-than-forecast economic reports while shirking-off any negative news. Economic data rightfully inspired optimism as the U.S.

housing market continued to show recovery, jobless claims fell to five-year lows, retail sales grew and inflation still remains under control, giving the U.S. Federal Reserve operating room to keep up their policies to stimulate the economy. The new signs of slow and steady growth throughout the week gave a fresh boost to market sentiment.

It was a bit of an odd week of trading with the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq not necessarily following each other each day as large moves from heavy hitters in the indexes, such as Boeing and Apple, exerted forces that curbed forces the other direction. The broad S&P 500 has now recovered nearly all losses from the economic fallout in late 2007, touching five-year highs this past week. The index now sits 90 points (5.72%) from all-time highs.

The S&P/TSX Composite ran with positive economic data from the States, far and away its largest trade partner, rising this past week to its highest levels in almost 11 months.

The debt ceiling that the U.S. is scraping its head upon was in focus this past week as the date when the borrowing limit is reached is drawing near. It was not just on investors` minds, it was a topic for credit companies as well. Fitch said that the United States is starring at a “material risk” of losing its AAA status if federal regulators repeat the political posturing over raising the debt ceiling like they did in 2011. Fitch`s current AAA rating is asterisked with a “negative outlook.” Fitch`s head of sovereign ratings, David Riley, explained that pressure is building despite the country`s efforts to avert the fiscal cliff at the beginning of the year and that if negotiations aren`t handled differently than 2011, the U.S. rating will go “under review” for a possible downgrade. The U.S. flirted with its $16.4 trillion debt ceiling at the end of 2012, forcing Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to make moves to hold-off borrowing, but he says that those resources could be exhausted in a matter of weeks. President Obama spoke to the nation on Monday, flatly rejecting Republican leaders` proposals on how to change spending and address the borrowing limit – the type of wrangling that Fitch said it would not tolerate. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told lawmakers that he believes the debt ceiling should be hoisted higher to avoid default on payments.

In November 2011, Standard & Poor`s slashed the U.S. credit rating from perfect to AA-. At the same time, Moody`s Investors Service moved its outlook to “negative.” At first a shocker, the negative sentiment ultimately has not detoured investors from buying U.S.


Calming the waters for a moment, House Republicans agreed to take a look at a bill this week to possibly raise the debt ceiling for three months. This would push the deadline to sometime in mid- to late-April. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said his chamber will be happy to consider a “clean debt ceiling increase.” While possibly conceding to a temporary lift to the budget limit, Republican have said that a longer-extension will not be agreed upon until Congress can pass a budget that slashes federal spending.

Doubts about China turning its economy around were put to rest for the time being after the country said it grew by 7.9 percent in the fourth quarter, topping the prior year`s quarter 7.4 percent growth rate.

Foreign markets cheered the news, including Japan`s Nikkei soaring to its highest level in almost three years. Japanese equities were also spurred by the Bank of Japan agreeing to set a 2 percent target for inflation and considering an open-ended commitment to buy assets until the inflation target is in sight as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe continues to apply pressure for policies to thwart deflation.

Tempering moods this past week to a limited degree, the World Bank cut its global growth forecast for 2013. The Washington-based institution warned of potential downside risks related to slow economic growth in high-income countries as well as emerging nations and the financial turmoil in the euro zone as well as the U.S. debt problem and slowing Chinese investment. The bank did note that the worst of the recent financial crisis appears to be behind us, but the existing factors still resulted in a revision of expected global growth for the year to 2.4 percent, down from the original 3.0 percent growth forecast in June.

Also from overseas, Germany`s economic ministry released its growth projections for 2013 with a dismal outlook. The country said it now expects expansion of only 0.4 percent in 2013, significantly lower than its previous estimate of 1.0 percent.

The Canadian dollar gave some back to the U.S. dollar this past week as the greenback found some slight strength on concerns that Washington regulators are facing an impasse with the debt ceiling.

Trading was relatively tight all week as the USD fluctuated modestly against all world counterparts after falling sharply the week prior.

The euro was in view for forex traders this past week after Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker warned that the euro was “dangerously high.” The ICE dollar index, which measures the USD against a basket of world counterparts, edged ahead by 0.11%. On the week, Canada`s dollar gave-up 0.68%, or $0.0069, against the greenback, meaning next week will begin with one Canadian dollar buying US$1.0082.

Commodity Snapshot:

* Gold futures chugged upward to reach more than one-month highs as investors weighed interest in the precious metal against a backdrop of economic data. Good news from the States can wreak havoc with bullion prices depending on how it is interpreted. On one hand, positive data can be viewed as good for future demand. But, it also can hint that the Federal Reserve will cease its quantitative easing efforts, meaning that gold will lose some of its flavor as a hedge against inflation. This week, the data pointed towards the first scenario and was reinforced by the soft Philadelphia Fed survey and inflation data signaling that federal easing practices will continue, giving gold a boost. Gold finished lower on Friday as the US dollar strengthened, but advanced for the week. February contracts were the most actively traded last week, gaining $24.30 per ounce, or 1.45%, to $1,684.80.

* Silver futures also moved ahead on optimistic growth data from the U.S. and China. Similar to gold, silver can benefits from both positive and negative economic information as a precious metal (inflation hedge) and because of its many industrial uses in products such as electronics and solar materials. The mix of data this past week helped silver`s value appreciate on both fronts to briefly push above $32 per ounce for the first time since December 18 and notch the biggest percentage gains amongst precious metals. Silver for March delivery was the most actively traded; advancing 4.84%, or $1.472, to $31.875 per ounce.

* Copper prices found strength late in the week to erase early week declines on upbeat economic data from China, the world`s largest copper consumer. Copper bulls will always applaud strong economic data and China showing fourth-quarter growth outpacing the previous year, proved that true again this past week. Also, reports were released this past week showing that December imports of copper in China increased 47.7% compared to December 2011, hitting an all-time high of 509,000 tonnes. March contracts were the most actively traded on New York`s COMEX exchange during the week; rising 2.25 cents, or 0.62%, to $3.6765 per pound.

* Oil prices stepped up to their highest levels since mid-September, breaking $96 per barrel on Thursday before retracing a bit. Positive macroeconomic reports helped bolster appetite for the black gold, along with a surprise drop in U.S. crude inventories. The International Energy Agency also raised its forecast for 2013 oil demand by 240,000 barrels per day, citing higher demand expectations from China. Further, oil found strength after an attack by militants on a natural gas field in Algeria, inspiring thoughts about potential supply concerns. On the week, March contracts for West Texas Intermediate crude were the most actively traded; rising by $2.28, or 2.44%, to $95.82 per barrel.

Equity Market Snapshot:

(All percentages on a weekly basis unless otherwise noted) * Major gold miners didn`t perform quite as well as gold futures did, with only modest gains recorded on the week. Kinross Gold (TSX:K, +1.50%), Yamana Gold (TSX:YRI, +0.71%) and Goldcorp (TSX:G, +1.60%), Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX, +0.09%) and Newmont Mining (TSX:NMC, +0.35%) inched upward while Agnico-Eagle Mines (TSX:AEM, -0.08%) shaved-off a few points.

* Alamos Gold Inc. (TSX:AGI, -8.10%) said that it is making a cash and share takeover bid for Aurizon Mines Ltd. (TSX:ARZ, +36.07%) that values the Quebec gold producer at $780 million, or $4.65 per share.

Aurizon cautioned shareholders not to commit any shares until a recommendation comes from its board of directors.

* Mining giant Rio Tinto PLC (NYSE:RIO, 0.36%) unveiled $14 billion in write-offs related to its recent Mozambique acquisition and that CEO Tom Albanese has agreed with the company`s board to step down.

* Energy plays were relatively flat cumulatively. Talisman Energy (NYSE:TLM, +0.81%) and Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM, +1.33%) advanced, but Imperial Oil Ltd. (NYSE:IMO, -1.10%), Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE:CNQ, -0.23%), Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU, -0.06%) and Cenovus Energy (NYSE:CVE, -2.17%) slipped lower.

* Uranium One Inc. (TSX:UUU, +14.52%) said that it is supporting a $1.3-billion offer to take the company private from Russian-based ARMZ, a company which already owns 51.4% of Uranium One.

* ConocoPhillips (NYSE:COP, +1.72%) said that it has agreed to sell its properties in the Cedar Creek Anticline to Denbury Resources Inc.

(NYSE:DNR, +9.45%) for $1.05 billion in cash. The land, comprised of about 86,000 net acres, is located in southwestern North Dakota and eastern Montana.

* The biggest of banks in the US were mixed as earnings reports rolled in. Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS, +5.34%) and JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM, +0.69%) rose, while Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE:WFC, -0.48%), Bank of America (NYSE:BAC, -4.21%) and Citigroup (NYSE:C, -1.61%) lagged. UBS AG (NYSE:UBS, even) was flat. XLF (NYSE:XLF, +0.23%), the financials select sector SPDR that tracks the financial stocks in the S&P 500, continued to hit multi-year highs.

* Earnings reports flowed in from big banks. Bank of America reported earnings that were slightly better than analysts had expected, although revenue was sharply lower because of all the banks legal problems in its mortgage unit. Citigroup missed expectations, in part because of $1.3 billion in legal expenses last quarter.

JPMorgan`s report was on target of analysts with a whopping 55 percent jump in earnings and 2012 revenue of more than $100 billion, but the results were offset by the internal review of their $6 billion trading loss on credit derivatives. Goldman Sachs reported earnings that beat expectations, driven by strong results from its proprietary trading business that helped profits almost triple in Q4.

* Also in the money space, shares of Genworth Financial (NYSE:GNW, +12.82%) surged ahead as the life insurance company – which also provides wealth management services – said it hatched a plan to create a new parent company and contribute more than $100 million to its loss-making mortgage insurance business to alleviate pressures from regulators and ratings agency who have threatened to downgrade Genworth to junk status.

* Canada`s biggest banks performed far better than US peers.

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM, +1.36%), The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS, +0.43%), Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO, +1.69%), National Bank of Canada (TSX:NA, +1.38%), Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD, +1.38%) and Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY, +1.38%) all made moves upward.

* VF Corporation (NYSE:VFC, -0.71%) and Altamont Capital Partners said that they have presented an offer to acquire Australia’s Billabong International Ltd. For A$526.8 million ($556 million U.S.), or A$1.10 per share ($1.16 U.S.). VF Corp., which has name brands like The North Face, Timberland, Vans, Lee and Wrangler in its portfolio, is looking to expand its sports product line with the purchase of Australia’s largest surf brand. Altamont’s motivation seems to be to acquire Billabong’s other assets and brands, which include niche lines like Element, Von Zipper and Tigerlilly.

* BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (TSX:RIM, +18.03%) saw shares rise again ahead of the launch of its new BlackBerry 10 operating system and product line later this month. RIM also said the Visa (NYSE:V, 1.79%) credit card system has approved its method for handling secure mobile payments. Jefferies upgraded RIM to buy from hold and boosted its target price to $19.50 from $13. The company also benefited from news that rival Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL, -3.90%) had cut orders for iPhone 5 components because of weak demand.

* Apple`s news caused shares of the tech giant to close under $500 for the first time in nearly one year. The stock dipped as low as $483.38, marking the lowest point since February 2011, before recovering a portion of the losses.

* Switzerland`s Swatch Group reached an agreement to buy Harry Winston Diamonds` (NYSE:HWD,+3.11%) retail jewelry and watch division for $1 billion in cash and assumed debt. The Toronto-based company will retain its gemstone mining operations, which it intends to utilize the cash to pursue mining opportunities as Dominion Diamond Corp.

* Forest Laboratories Inc. (NYSE:FRX, -3.52%) announced that Canadian regulators approved Bystolic, the company`s drug for high blood pressure. Forest expects Bystolic to be available to Canadians in the second quarter.

* Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE:CMG, -1.66%) turned lower after the burrito maker said rising food costs are going to have a negative impact on its fourth quarter earnings, even though it expects higher revenue than previously forecast.

* Shares of Dell (NASDAQ:DELL, +18.01%) jumped after reports surfaced that the struggling computer maker was in negotiations to go private with investment firms and its founder, Michael S. Dell, in a leveraged deal worth more than $20 billion.

* Rival Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ, +5.88%) got a lift on news that it overtook Lenovo as the top maker of personal computers. The bad news is that DigiTimes reported that HP and Lenovo are expecting notebook shipments to drop by 20 percent in the first quarter.

* Flowers Foods (NYSE:FLO, +8.98%) rose in value after the company announced an offer to buy Wonder Bread, Nature`s Pride and three other bread brands from bankrupt Hostess for $360 million. Separately, Flowers said it would also buy the Beefsteak brand of rye bread for $30 million. Along with the brands, Flowers will get 20 bakeries and 38 shipping depots. Flowers product line already includes Nature`s Own and Tasykake brands.

* Sun Life Financial Inc. (TSX:SLF, +3.91%) and Malaysian state investor Khazanah said they are partnering to buy a 98% stake of a Malaysian insurance joint venture. At a cost of $586 million, Sun Life and Khazanah are purchasing the CIMB Aviva Assurance life insurance company as well as CIMB Aviva Takaful.

* Boeing (NYSE:BA, -0.16%) continues to feel pain from its heralded 787 Dreamliners. Two Japanese airlines grounded all of their fleets of 787 aircraft after one of All Nippon Airways` Dreamliners was forced into an emergency landing. Officials in Europe, India and Japan have now joined the Federal Aviation Administration in prohibiting flights on Dreamliner planes, citing worries about onboard lithium-ion batteries that have caught fire twice recently and leaving airlines scrambling to rearrange flights.

* Canadian Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. (TSX:XSR, even) reached an agreement with Chrysler Canada that will have Chrysler cars fitted with SiriusXM (NASDAQ:SIRI, even) commercial-free satellite radios.

The exact number of vehicles was not specified, but the term of the agreement is five years.

* H&R Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:HR.UN, -2.34%) said it intends to acquire Primaris Retail REIT (TSX:PMZ.UN, +0.56%) for about $2.8 billion in cash and stock. With the closing of the transaction, H&R REIT will gain control of Primaris` 35 properties across Canada, including shopping centres in Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec and Ontario comprising nearly 15 million square feet.

* CBS Corp. (NYSE:CBS, +4.80%) advanced as the owner of the most-watched U.S. television network said it will convert its outdoor advertising division into a real estate investment trust and seek a buyer for the European and Asian parts of that business.

* Zimmer Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:ZMH, +3.43%) said that the US FDA approved its “iAssist Knee” guidance system for use in knee replacement surgeries. Zimmer says that its system is far simpler than today`s systems with no pins or additional surgical incisions and no external monitoring systems being required.

* Comcast Corp. (NASDAQ:CMCSA, +4.69%) hit new all-time highs after it agreed to pay $15 million for a stake in Arris Group Inc.

(NASDAQ:ARRS, +9.71%) to establish a closer relationship with a manufacturer of its set-top boxes and high-speed Internet equipment.

The transaction is slated to happen in conjunction with Arris` $2.5 billion acquisition of Google Inc.`s (NASDAQ:GOOG, -4.79%) Motorola home business. When all is said and done, Google and Comcast will each own about 8 percent of Arris` common stock.

Weekly Indices Results:

The S&P TSX Composite Index churned ahead again for the fifth time in six weeks; advancing 123.51 points, or 0.98%, to 12,725.69. The TSX Venture Exchange slipped for the first time in a month; falling 4.93 points, or 0.40%, to 1,2435.32.

In the States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average pushed to its highest close since the first week of October 2012; rising by 161.27 points, or 1.20%, to 13,649.70. The much-broader S&P 500 followed along; adding 13.93 points, or 0.95%, to close at 1,485.98. The tech-rich NASDAQ Composite completed the green sweep in the States; appreciating by 9.08 points, or 0.29%, to 3,134.71.

Canadian Economic Data:

* Information provided by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) showed that nationwide home sales edged down 0.5% in December from November, as represented by the number of homes processed through the MLS system. Non-seasonally adjusted sales were down 17.4% compared to December 2011. The MLS Home Price Index was up 3.3% in December compared to the year prior month. A total of 453,372 homes were processed through the MLS system in 2012, down 1.1% from 2011.

December had five weekends, meaning that there were less business days for sales, a fact that is compensated for when the numbers are seasonally adjusted. Overall, the housing market has slowed since tighter mortgage lending rules were put into effect in August.

* Statistics Canada said that Canadian investment in foreign securities expanded to $7.8 billion in November, with the vast majority in U.S. instruments. Meanwhile, foreign investment in Canadian securities slowed to $5.6 billion, mainly federal government debt instruments. Nevertheless, the average monthly foreign investment in Canadian securities still stands well above that of Canadian investment in foreign securities since 2009.

* Following little change in October, the number of people receiving regular Employment Insurance benefits in November edged down 4,500 (-0.8%) to 528,000. The number of beneficiaries decreased slightly in Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. At the same time, there were slight increases in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador. There was virtually no change in the other provinces.

Nationally, the number of initial and renewal claims fell by 4,400 (-1.9%) to 226,700 in November.

* StatsCan reported that manufacturing sales increased 1.7% in November to $49.9 billion, the highest level since May 2012, paced by gains in the transportation equipment (up 3.8%), primary metal (up 5.9%) and chemical industries (up 3.9%). Sales rose in 12 of 21 industries, representing about two-thirds of the manufacturing sector.

Durable goods sales increased 2.7% to $25.5 billion while non-durable goods sales gained 0.8% to $24.4 billion. Inventories declined 0.8% to $65.5 billion in November, largely reflecting drops in the petroleum and coal product, and computer and electronic product industries.

This week, major economic data will include Wholesale Trade on Monday; Retail Trade on Tuesday; the BoC Rate Announcement on Wednesday; and the Consumer Price Index on Friday.

U.S. Economic Data:

* The Labor Department reported that the producer price index, which measures how much manufacturers and wholesalers pay for finished goods, fell by 0.2% in December, marking the third straight month of decline as food prices dropped by the most since May 2011 (-0.9%).

Economists were anticipating a 0.1% drop. Core prices, those that exclude the volatile food and energy sectors, rose 0.1%. The tepid increase in prices helps to keep inflation under control and gives the Federal Reserve breathing room to continue monetary easing policies.

12-month inflation registered 1.3% in December, its lowest level since July.

* Retail sales jumped more than expected in December, according to the Commerce Department. Retail and food services rose 0.5% to a seasonally adjusted $415.7 billion, topping economist predictions of a 0.2% increase. Consumers spent more in most categories, including autos, furniture and dining out, bringing 2012 to a strong close, but economists are concerned that a a 2% increase in payroll taxes that went into effect in January may have an impact on retail sales going forward.

* The Labor Department reported that initial jobless claims for the week ended January 12, 2013 dropped to their lowest levels since the week ended January 19, 2008. First-time applications for jobless benefits decreased by 37,000 to a seasonally adjusted 335,000 from the prior week’s modestly revised figure of 372,000. Economists were expecting 369,000 claims for the week. The 4-week moving average, regarded as a better gauge of labor trends because it eliminates volatility, was 359,250, a decrease of 6,750 from the previous week.

* The Labor Department also said that its Consumer Price Index, a primary measure of inflation, was unchanged in December, following a 0.3 percent increase in November. The report was in line with economist predictions. For the complete year 2012, consumer prices increased by 1.7 percent, representing the third slowest yearly increase in the last decade. In 2011, consumer prices increased 3.0 percent. Over the last 10 years, the average yearly increase is 2.4 percent.

* The Federal Reserve reported that Industrial production increased for the second straight month in December. Production rose 0.3% in December, narrowly ahead of economist predictions of a 0.2% increase.

A decrease in utility production was offset by increases of 0.8% in factory production, after a 1.3% climb in November. At the same time, the Fed revised November production to an increase of 1% from the initial estimate of a 1.1% advance and the October production decline from -0.7% to only -0.3%.

* The Commerce Department said that groundbreaking on new homes mushroomed 12.1 percent in December to a 954,000-unit annual rate, exceeding all economist predictions. Meanwhile the November rate was revised down from an 851,000 pace from the previously estimated 861,000 rate. The December surge was led by a 20.3 percent increase in the volatile multi-family unit subindex.

* The Philadelphia Federal Reserve reported that business conditions in the mid-Atlantic region unexpectedly contracted in January to a -5.8 reading from December`s 4.6 mark, which was originally reported at 8.1. Readings below zero indicate contraction in the factory sector. Economists were anticipating the January reading to climb to 5.0. The New Orders index fell to -4.3 from 4.9 in December and the Employment index fell to -5.2 from -0.2 for the month.

* The University of Michigan-Thomson Reuters reported its initial read on consumer sentiment fell to 71.3 in January from 72.9 in December, marking the lowest level for the index since December 2011.

Economists were expecting a rise in the reading to 74.2.

This week, data in the States will include Existing Home Sales on Tuesday; Initial Jobless Claims on Thursday; and New Home Sales stats on Friday.

Technical Penny Stocks to Watch & Company Spotlight Results:

Amongst our “Daily Technical Penny Stocks to Watch,” the largest mover was Emcore Corporation (NASDAQ:EMKR) which was listed on Thursday at a price of $4.82. The stock found its groove immediately and rose 40 cents, or 8.30 percent, on Friday to close at $5.22. Congratulations to all the technical traders that continue to follow our daily technical penny stocks to watch.

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