Crude prices tumbled $5.33 to settle at $136.04 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange Last Night
Dow ends up 152 on decline in oil, Bernanke talk

Dow ends up 152 as Stocks move higher as oil falls again, Fed weighs extending lending efforts.

Wall Street finished sharply higher Tuesday as oil prices dropped for the second straight day and investors were encouraged by the possibility of more help for the ailing financial system.

Crude prices tumbled $5.33 to settle at $136.04 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, bringing oil's two-day drop to more than $9. Other commodities also pulled back.

The Dow rose 152.25, or 1.36 percent, to 11,383.21, after moving in and out of positive territory. It was the biggest gain for the blue chips since June 13.

Akan ke atas 800.

Rumor mau diangkat ke 3000 berkaitan program buy back nya.

fokus hari ini:BBRI, BMRI, BDMN, ASII
Indeks saham Rabu (9/7) diprediksi akan bergerak sideway dan investor cenderung wait and see. Namun analis masih merekomendasikan saham-saham komoditas seperti BUMI, UNTR, ITMG, PGAS dan PTBA.
Indeks pada hari ini berpotensi untuk kembali menguji level support 2.260, dengan pergerakan diperkirakan pada kisaran 2 250 - 2.300.
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Bernanke's Emerging-Market Disciples May Need to Emulate Volcker Instead Policy makers in emerging economies from Russia to Vietnam may have to start acting less like Ben S. Bernanke and more like Paul Volcker if they want to bring inflation under control.

China to Control Service Trade to Curb `Hot Money' Inflows, Official Says China is drafting regulations to control cross-border payments for services to curb rising inflows of ``hot money'' betting on gains in the yuan, according to an official at the nation's currency regulator.

Skymark Plans to Raise Ticket Prices to Cover 40% Increase in Fuel Costs Skymark Airlines Inc., Japan's largest discount carrier, plans to raise ticket prices for at least the second time in three months as it tries to cover fuel costs that have jumped 40 percent this fiscal year.

HSBC Private Bank Favors Yuan, Ringgit, Rupiah on Exports, Mahendran Says HSBC Private Bank, which manages $494 billion of client's assets, favors the Chinese yuan, the Malaysian ringgit and the Indonesian rupiah as rising export revenue bolsters their economies and attracts foreign investment.

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