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Wall Street Back to Business Wall Street Back to Business

Wall Street will be back to 'business as usual' Monday morning, as Federal Agencies grapple with effects of potential budget cuts. After the moves across the board last week from data released, the sequester appears to be on the back burner, for investors. With the Dow holding its own at less than 1% away from its all-time intraday high, declines should remain shallow and short lived as investors continue to take advantage of the dips. Upcoming announcements of cuts resulting from the sequester, in days and weeks ahead, will eventually take its toll on the Street.

The euro zone's sovereign debt crisis will also remain on the minds of investors, with overall market action showing the reflection of their approval or dismay. The austerity-weary population is increasingly demanding an end to budget-balancing measures, seen as worsening the crisis.

We'll start to see markets reaction to cuts effecting blue chips and other major firms. Defense stocks will feel an increase in the pace of pullbacks. Short interest will be seen rising in firms facing direct hits from budget cuts. First come, first serve will begin to be the motto for companies facing cuts, as investors show their concerns by exiting positions they would have otherwise, held for the longer term.

The real challenge facing Wall Street is to whether equities can sustain highs of psychological significance. Breaking through uncharted territory will prove as a truth test of investors faith in the stability of, a rally. Of late, we are seeing investors taking stock in, value stocks which are likely to generate steady, reliable gains. To investors, these gains are likely to prove more stable, should a correction occur.

Word has it that there is an increase of put hedging in financials, over the past month. The put-to-call ratio representing an aggregate of nearly 562 financial stocks is 1:1, when normally, calls should be outnumbering puts.


Executive Order Signed Executive Order Signed

President Barack Obama signed the executive order Friday March 1, 2013 for federal agencies to begin implementing across-the-board spending cuts, setting in motion a rare budget process that may likely play out for months. The directive puts in motion cuts, that could take effect immediately for some agencies.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20503
WWW.WHITEHOUSE.GOV/OMB

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARCH 1, 2013
Tonight, in accordance with section 251A of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act, as amended, the President issued a sequestration order for Fiscal Year 2013.

As also required by the Act, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) transmitted the Report to the Congress On The Joint Committee Sequestration for Fiscal Year 2013.

One passage from the OMB Report: OMB calculates that the Joint Committee sequestration requires a 7.8 percent reduction in non-exempt defense discretionary funding and a 5.0 percent reduction in non-exempt non defense discretionary funding. The sequestration also imposes reductions of 2.0 percent to Medicare, 5.1 percent to other non-exempt nondefense mandatory programs, and 7.9 percent to non-exempt defense mandatory programs. Sands findings are related to deals in mainland China led by executives no longer employed at the company.


Las Vegas Sands Violates U.S. Corruption Act Las Vegas Sands Violates U.S. Corruption Act

According to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Friday, Las Vegas Sands Corp (LVS) reports it "likely" violated the federal Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which outlaws the bribery of foreign officials. The Sands said "There were likely violations of the books and records and internal controls provisions of the FCPA,"
Billionaire Republican donor Sheldon Adelson, casino operator and founder, presented disclosures that the Sands was under investigation.


March 4, 2013


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