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USA TODAY—DEMOCRATANDCHRONICLE FRIDAY,OCTOBER23,2015 E3 5B IN-DEPTH MARKETS COVERAGE USATODAY.COM/MONEY TOP 10 MUTUAL FUNDS Fund, ranked by size NAV Chg. 4wk 1 YTD 1 COMMODITIES Commodities Close Prev. Chg. % Chg. % YTD TOP 10 EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS ETF, ranked by volume Ticker Close Chg. % Chg %YTD FOREIGN CURRENCIES Currency per dollar Close Prev. ! mo. ago Yr. ago FOREIGN MARKETS Country Close Prev. Change %Chg. YTD % MORTGAGE RATES Type Close 6 mo ago INTEREST RATES Type Close 6 mo ago 1 – CAPITAL GAINS AND DIVIDENDS REINVESTED Vanguard €€Adml ‚ƒ. +„. +.‚% +.„% Vanguard TotStIAdm .…… +€.†‡ +ˆ.‚% +€.†% Vanguard InstIdxI ‚†.†€ +„.€‚ +.‚% +.„% Vanguard TotStIdx .…€ +€.†‡ +ˆ.‚% +€.‡% Vanguard InstPlus ‚†.† +„.€† +.‚% +.ˆ% Fidelity Contra €….‡ +.ˆ +„.‡% +.†% Vanguard TotIntl .… +€. +‡.‚% -€.% American Funds GrthAmA m ˆˆ.‚ +€.ˆ +„.ˆ% +„.% American Funds IncAmerA m ….€€ +€.…ƒ +.% -€.ˆ% American Funds CapIncBuA m ‚.ƒ +€.† +.‡% +€.…% SPDR S&P€€ ETF Tr SPY …€.…‡ +„.ˆ +.†% -€.% Barc iPath Vix ST VXX ‚.ˆˆ -.‚ -ƒ.% -ˆ.% iShs Emerg Mkts EEM „‡.€‚ +€.†„ +….% -‚.…% iShare Japan EWJ ….„ƒ +€. +.…% +€.…% SPDR Financial XLF …„.‚‚ +€.„‚ +.‡% -„.ˆ% Mkt Vect Gold Miners GDX ‡.… +€.…† +.†% -….„% PowerShs QQQ Trust QQQ €ƒ.† +….ƒ +….€% +‡.„% SPDR HealthCare XLV ‡†.‚‚ -€.ˆ -€.‡% -€.†% iShares Rus …€€€ IWM ˆ.†… +.€€ +€.ƒ% -ˆ.% CS VS InvVix STerm XIV „.ƒ„ +….ˆ… +‚.…% +….% Prime lending „.…% „.…% Federal funds €.„% €.„% „ mo. T-bill €.€% €.€…%  yr. T-note .„% .ˆ€% € yr. T-note ….€„% .ƒ‚% „€ yr. fixed „.†‚% „.†ƒ%  yr. fixed ….‚ˆ% ….ƒ‚%  yr. ARM ….% ….†% / ARM „.†% „.€‡% Cattle (lb.) .ˆ€ .ˆ€ unch. unch. -.„% Corn (bushel) „.†‚ „.‚ -€.€„ -€.†% -ˆ.†% Gold (troy oz.) ,‡‡.‡€ ,‡†.‡€ -.€€ -€.% -.% Hogs, lean (lb.) .‡‡ .‡† -€.€ -€.ƒ% -‚.…% Natural Gas (Btu.) ….„ƒ ….ˆ€ -€.€ -€.‚% -†.ˆ% Oil, heating (gal.) .ˆ† .ˆ +€.€… +.€% -…€.†% Oil, lt. swt. crude (bar.) ˆ.„‚ ˆ.…€ +€.‚ +€.ˆ% -ˆ.‚% Silver (troy oz.) .‚… .†€ +€.… +€.‚% +.†% Soybeans (bushel) ‚.ƒƒ ƒ.€ -€.€‡ -€.†% -.‚% Wheat (bushel) ˆ.ƒ ˆ.ƒ -€.€ˆ -€.‚% -‡.‚% British pound .‡ˆƒ‚ .‡ˆ‚„ .‡‡ˆ‡ .‡…„ Canadian dollar .„€ .„ƒ .……„„ .…„† Chinese yuan ‡.„‡€„ ‡.„ˆƒ„ ‡.ƒ…„ ‡.‚ Euro .‚ƒƒ‚ .‚‚… .ƒ„… .†ƒ€‚ Japanese yen …€.†ˆ ƒ.ƒ‡ ƒ.‚ €†.… Mexican peso ‡.ˆ‡ˆ ‡.‡„„ .ˆ…„ˆ „.ˆˆ Frankfurt €,ˆƒ.ƒ† €,…„‚.€ +…„.‚† +….% +†.€% Hong Kong ……,‚ˆ.„† ……,ƒ‚ƒ.…… -ˆ„.‚ -€.‡% -„.…% Japan (Nikkei) ‚,ˆ„.‚† ‚,ˆ.…‚ -‚.ˆ -€.‡% +.‡% London ‡,„†‡.…‚ ‡,„ˆ‚.ˆ… +…†.‚‡ +€.ˆ% -….ƒ% Mexico City ˆˆ,‡…†.ƒ† ˆˆ,ˆ…‡.€† +…€.ƒ€ +€.% +„.ˆ% DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE MAJOR INDEXES S&P 500 STANDARD & POOR ' S NASDAQ COMPOSITE RUSSELL RUSSELL 2000 INDEX DJIA COMP +9.57 SPX +320.55 CHANGE: +1.9% YTD: -333.91 YTD % CHG: -1.9% CHANGE: +1.7% YTD: -6.39 YTD % CHG: -.3% CHANGE: +.8% YTD: -50.17 YTD % CHG: -4.2% CHANGE: +1.7% YTD: +184.00 YTD % CHG: +3.9% CLOSE: 17,489.16 PREV. CLOSE: 17,168.61 RANGE: 17,180.88-17,505.18 CLOSE: 2,052.51 PREV. CLOSE: 2,018.94 RANGE: 2,021.88-2,055.20 CLOSE: 1,154.52 PREV. CLOSE: 1,144.95 RANGE: 1,145.80-1,160.08 CLOSE: 4,920.05 PREV. CLOSE: 4,840.12 RANGE: 4,861.80-4,926.99 +79.93 +33.57 SOURCES: MORNINGSTAR, DOW JONES INDEXES, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SOURCE: BANKRATE.COM eBay (EBAY) 27.58 +3.37 +13.9 +18.3 Citrix Systems (CTXS) 80.58 +8.66 +12.0 +26.3 Texas Instruments (TXN) 58.09 +6.19 +11.9 +8.7 United Rentals (URI) 73.90 +6.70 +10.0 -27.6 McDonald’s (MCD) 110.87 +8.33 +8.1 +18.3 Stanley Black & Decker (SWK) 105.47 +7.32 +7.5 +9.8 Southwest Airlines (LUV) 44.08 +3.04 +7.4 +4.2 Nasdaq (NDAQ) 59.10 +3.84 +6.9 +23.2 Alliance Data Systems (ADS) 294.49 +18.56 +6.7 +3.0 T. Rowe Price (TROW) 74.25 +4.61 +6.6 -13.5 Company (ticker symbol) Price $ Chg % Chg % Chg Company (ticker symbol) Price $ Chg % Chg % Chg Tenet Healthcare (THC) 28.24 -6.57 -18.9 -44.3 Universal Health Services (UHS) 111.73 -13.74 -11.0 +.4 AbbVie (ABBV) 48.27 -5.56 -10.3 -26.2 EQT (EQT) 68.32 -5.96 -8.0 -9.7 HCA Holdings (HCA) 66.08 -5.12 -7.2 -10.0 Humana (HUM) 165.11 -12.04 -6.8 +15.0 PulteGroup (PHM) 18.16 -1.29 -6.6 -15.4 Southwestern Energy (SWN) 11.67 -.73 -5.9 -57.2 Laboratory Corporation of America (LH) 109.51 -6.53 -5.6 +1.5 Endo (ENDP) 51.46 -3.00 -5.5 -28.6 YTD YTD SOURCE: BLOOMBERG AND THE ASSOCIATED PRESS S&P 500’S BIGGEST GAINERS/LOSERS RUT LOSERS GAINERS Beats third-quarter, sees inline with fourth quarter. Names interim CEO, boosts earnings view. Shares climb as earnings and sales forecasts top. Tops third-quarter earnings estimates. Shares soar after third-quarter results. Beats earnings and raises forecast. Misses third-quarter revenue but tops earnings. Third-quarter earnings and revenue beat estimates. Posts solid quarterly results, keeps forecast. Climbs to month’s high despite disappointing results. Share rating downgraded to neutral at Mizuho. Hospital shares lower after HCA miss. Hepatitis C drug tied to liver injury risk. Third-quarter loss wider than estimated. Holdings finds 2015 low after earnings miss. Slips as Clinton calls for merger review. Homebuilder misses earnings estimates. Downtrend reaches 2015 low despite solid rating. Quarterly expectation adjusted lower at Evercore. Hits year’s low after earnings call announcement. AMERICA’S M ARKETS ALL THE MARKET ACTION IN REAL TIME. A MERICASMARKETS.USATODAY.COM Here’s how America’s individual investors are performing based on data from SigFig online investment tracking service: USA’s portfolio allocation by foreign investment 5-day avg. : -1.21 6-month avg. : -7.76 Largest holding : AAPL Most bought : ISH Most sold : FOLD 5-day avg. : +1.25 6-month avg. : -8.38 Largest holding : AAPL Most bought : PBYI Most sold : WUBA 5-day avg. : +0.57 6-month avg. : -6.12 Largest holding : AAPL Most bought : TGNA Most sold : NFLX 5-day avg. : +0.56 6-month avg. : -7.07 Largest holding : AAPL Most bought : AAPL Most sold : AAPL LESS THAN 20% U.S. INVESTMENTS 21% TO 50% U.S. INVESTMENTS 51% TO 80% U.S. INVESTMENTS MORE THAN 80% U.S. INVESTMENTS POWERED BY SIGFIG How we’re performing NOTE: INFORMATION PROVIDED BY SIGFIG IS STATISTICAL IN NATURE AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A RECOMMENDATION OF ANY STRATEGY OR SECURITY. VISIT SIGFIG.USATODAY.COM/DISCLOSE FOR ADDITIONAL DISCLOSURES AND INFORMATION. POWERED BY SIGFIG More than half a million investors nationwide with total assets of $200 billion manage their investment portfolios online with SigFig investment tracking service. Data on this page are based on SigFig analysis. DID YOU KNOW? Facts about America’s investors who use SigFig tracking services: Among millionaire SigFig investors, Abbott Laboratories (ABT) was the most-sold stock in early October. Walmart The retail corporation’s shares dropped — yet gained since its previous closing — thanks to a pre- market jump. Thursday’s drop above the surface comes on weak earnings expectations. STORY STOCKS 4-WEEK TREND $50 $80 Sept. 24Oct. 22 4-WEEK TREND $50 $60 Sept. 24Oct. 22 4-WEEK TREND $120 $150 Sept. 24Oct. 22 $139.41 $56.75 $58.90 Price: $58.90 Chg: $0.26 %chg: 0.4% Day’s high/low: $59.96/$58.64 Ferrari The supercar-maker gained again after Wednesday’s successful IPO, valued at about $10.4 billion. Piero Ferrai, son of founder Enzo Ferrai, and Fiat-founding Agnelli family retain control. Price: $56.75 C hg: $1.75 %chg: 3.2% D ay’s high/low: $ 58.20/$55.70 Price: $139.41 Chg: -$3.38 %chg: -2.4% Day’s high/low: $143.14/$135.24 Anthem Insurer’s shares traded lower after presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton cited “serious concerns” with health insurance mergers. But the comments aren’t likely to alter its proposed merger with Cigna. A: Amazon is the stock to beat. The online retailer is even eating Walmart’s lunch. Investors, though, need to know they’re paying a rich price for a company that seems unstoppable. Shares of Amazon are up 82% this year through Thursday’s close, making it one of the best performers in the Standard & Poor’s 500. And that’s before investors saw how well the company did during the third quarter. The stock jumped roughly 10% in after-hours trading from Thursday’s closing price of $563.91. It’s not just speculators piling in — the company’s fundamentals have been markedly better than expected for two consecutive quarters. Amazon reported a n adjusted profit of 17 cents a share during the third quarter, beating expecta- t ions calling for a loss of 13 cents a share. T he second quarter was a similar story. Amazon earned 19 cents a share on an ad- j usted basis, rather than losing 14 cents a share as expected. D on’t think you’re the only one to notice, though. Amazon shares trade for 366 times expected 2015 adjusted profit, S&P Capital IQ says, making the stock richly priced even if it grows at 63% a year as expected. New Constructs, which examines expected future cash flow, rates Amazon “dangerous.” INVESTINGASK MATT Q: Is online retailer Amazon overvalued? Matt Krantz USA TODAY For investors, A mazon may be too richly priced WASHINGTON Automotive safety regulators may expand the largest vehicle recall in U.S. history as their probe into exploding air b ags continues, o cials said Thursday. National Highway Tra c Safet y Administration o cials also said they are considering forcing a utomakers to accelerate repairs of the air bags made by Japan’s T akata, a key industry supplier, which can rupture violently, hurl- i ng shrapnel into drivers and passengers. R uptured Takata air bags have killed at least eight people, all in Honda vehicles, and injured 98, according to NHTSA. Investigators acknowledged that the exact cause of the exploding air bags remains a mys- t ery, but their probe continues. They have determined, however, that vehicles that have been o perated in hot, humid climates for at least five years are most at r isk. That suggests that climate is acontributing factor in the mal- f unctioning air bag inflators, regulators said. I n a new development, NHTSA said Thursday that it has expand- e d its investigation to include a side air bag inflator that has ruptured in accidents involving General Motors and VW vehicles. The agency said it may hire an independent adviser to oversee the Takata fixes. At an informa- t ional hearing, NHTSA regulators revealed details of Takata’s ballistic testing. In those procedures, 4 50 out of 115,000 recalled infla- tors have exploded in lab tests. P assenger-side air bags are 10 times as likely as driver air bags t o rupture, regulators said, but they are less likely to cause d eaths or injuries. Regulators suspect that may be because f ront-seat passengers sit farther away from the air bag than drivers. NHTSA administrator Mark Rosekind said at an informational hearing in Washington, D.C., that he would make a decision by T hanksgiving on whether to order faster recalls. The agency may also expand the number of vehi- c les and manufacturers involved in the recall. “ That’s part of what the investigation is looking at — whether o r not we have to go further,” Ro- sekind says. NHTSA may expand recall of Takata’s exploding air bags Nathan Bomey @NathanBomey USA TODAY JEFF KOWALSKY, EUROPEAN PRESSPHOTO AGENCY Aworker removes a Takata inflator on a 2005 Honda A ccord LX in Michigan. After busting through a key price ceiling Thursday, the Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index is now within striking distance of climbing back into the black for the year. Back on Aug. 25, when the large-company stock index was down 12.4% from its May high, o more than 9% for the year, and su ering through its first 10% drop, or correction, in four years, few bulls expected the market to mount this type of comeback. But the market has defied skeptics, many who argued that a major bear market was brewing. Thursday, the S&P 500 climbed within four points, or less than two-tenths of a percentage point, of its 2014 close of 2,058.90. After rallying 34 points, or 1.7%, to 2,052.51, the benchmark index not only busted out above the 2,040 to 2,045 level that had been acting as a price ceiling for weeks, it also put Wall Street on notice that climbing back into the black for 2015 is more than just wishful thinking. Thursday’s rally was driven by asurprisingly strong profit report from burger giant McDonald’s and hints from the European Central Bank that more stimulus could be on the way to boost flag- ging eurozone growth. Those drivers built on prior ones, namely the belief that the Federal Reserve will hold o on interest rate hikes until 2016 and the fact China’s economy did not implode. Wall Street will be watching Friday to see if the market can get back into positive territory for the year. If it does, it will bolster the case for a year-end rally. What to watch S&P 500 on cusp of positive gains for 2015 Adam Shell @adamshell USA TODAY

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