NASDAQ Now Negative On Obama Speech: Here Are The 10 Trades to Watch Right Now

Update 11:52 AM ET:

  • Dow up 0.19%
  • NASDAQ down 0.06%
  • S&P 500 up 0.26%

Right now, President Obama is speaking and markets are falling slightly on his comments, dropping off today’s earlier gains.

  • Dow up 0.35%
  • NASDAQ up 0.16%
  • S&P 500 up 0.45%
  • DAX down 0.16%
  • CAC 40 up 0.21%
  • FTSE 100 up 0.15%

Industrial goods and services are today's big winners.

The Big Trade: Oil surging, up 2.56%

Major oil pipeline shut down.

Transocean shares booming

Transocean is rising with oil prices.

Fire hits PG&E

Stock down after overnight fire near San Francisco.

Dell also getting slammed

Dell downgraded by Morgan Stanley.

SPDR Oil and Gas equipment rising

SPDR Semiconductor sinking

USD up 0.41% against the yen

Gold up 0.38%

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