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Guesstimating the behavior of the dollar is the realm of economists. But the U.S. steel industry, part of the highflying steel producers industry group, has a big stake in the direction of the greenback. The dollar is gaining for a second month after a two-year decline. The steel industry believes that the gains are a blip, largely at odds with the consensus among economists. Steel industry analyst Mark Parr of Keybanc Securities says the current markets show big expectation for a growing inflationary cycle over the next few years. The steel industry consensus, Parr says, is that the Federal Reserve won’t change course and raise interest rates. Instead, the industry believes the Fed will allow high prices for oil and other commodities to keep driving broad sectors of the economy, including steel. No rate hikes suggests no further gains for the dollar and possibly more downside. It’s an outlook that favors U.S. steel producers. Domestic steel would remain cheap in comparison with foreign competition. Tom Stundt, the executive editor of Purchasing Magazine, keeps close tabs on the steel industry grapevine. He agrees that the outlook among U.S. steel makers calls for a flat or weaker dollar, and for no improvement in the economy in the second half of this year. The dollar remains, Stundt says, a bugaboo in the industry. But when the dollar does turn, overseas steel will play a key role in easing what have become tight steel supplies. “Frankly,” Stundt said, “this country and distributors need foreign steel to fill holes (in supply).”

The market lost some ground Friday, a victim of higher oil prices and a bad earnings report from Dow component American International GroupAIG. But volume declined, and few quality stocks got hit on heavy volume. The Dow fell 0.9%, and the Nasdaq dipped 0.2%. The S&P 500 and NYSE composite each ceded 0.7%. Dril-QuipDRQ fell 1.38 to 59.54 in four times its normal volume. The stock had sunk as low as 53.26 before staging an upside reversal. The maker of offshore drilling equipment missed earnings expectations and guided low. The stock had been building a handle with a 62.57 buy point. Volume was especially strong as the stockrebounded. National Oilwell VarcoNOV, a maker of parts for the oil industry, gained 2.27 to 77.41 in hefty trade. The move triggered a 75.93 buy point on a rebound from the 10-week moving average. National Oilwell is the top stock, by EPS Rating, in the Oil & Gas-Machinery & Equipment group. That group, in turn, is ranked No. 16 out of the 197 industries tracked by IBD, as of Friday’s edition. FMC TechnologiesFTI, another name from that group, added 3.59 to 77.85. FMC is 10% past the 70.74 buy point from a high handle. Online travel Web site Priceline.comPCLN gapped up and surged 14.85 to 138.63. It notched that 52-week high in heavy volume. The stock got as high as 144.34, then closed near the day’s low. Priceline reported earnings that crushed Wall Street’s expectations. Priceline had been consolidating on its 10-week line since early March.

Long-term investors often favor diversified giants, because they may withstand weakness in one of its business lines better than a company that is focused on one product. ITT Corp.ITT may be one such candidate. The White Plains, N.Y.-based company’s wireless tactical networking, electronic defense and surveillance gear are a key part of its business. Last week it said it won a $57 million contract to make defensive systems to be installed on U.S. Special Operations Army helicopters. But ITT isn’t just a defense play. It also manufactures pump systems, fluid handling equipment, industrial connectors, shock absorbers and other gear. Defense electronics accounted for 46% of 2007 revenue, fluid technology 39% and motion and flow control the other 15%. Geographic diversity may appeal tolong-terminvestors too.The company operates in 55 countries, with 65% of ’07 sales from the U.S., 21% from Western Europe, 5% from Asia Pacific and other regions 9%. While ITT may be a bit heavily weighted in the defense sector, its long-term profit track record shows its performance isn’t just tied to the war on terror. It has increased annual profit for at least the past eight years and has a 15% five-year Earnings Per Share growth rate. Its EPS Stability Rating is an attractively low 3. Analysts expect the double-digit profit growth trend to continue, at 16% this year and 13% the next. Last month, ITT posted a 20% gain in Q1 earnings, topping expectations. It said recent acquisitions and strong international sales helped boost results.

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57.77 27.53 23.54 31.10 15.76 59.83 56.10 LDKSolrn LDK 37.05 LaynChrst LAYN 45.50 LegcyRes 8.3 LGCY 23.51 LinnEngy 11 LINE 22.59 Lubrizol 2.3 LZ 53.90 Lufkin 1.3 r LUFK 76.03 MVOilTr 9 MVO 22.91 MagellM 5.2 MGG 24.73 MagMids 6.6 MMP 40.93 Marathn 1.8 MRO 52.56 MarinerE ME 31.26 MarkWst 6.6 MWE 36.37 MrtnMd 8.4 MMLP 34.46 MasseyEn .3 MEE 58.96 McDermott MDR 53.90 McmornExp MMR 30.80 MitchmInd MIND 20.23 MurphOil .9 MUR 84.59 NaborsInds NBR 39.66 NatcoGpA NTG 50.86 NGSvcs NGS 26.86 NatRsPt 5.5 NRP 36.26 NewfldExpl NFX 62.74 Nexen .5 NXY 38.33 Noble .3 NE . 62.62 NoAmEn NOA 17.83 NustarEn 7.7 NS 51.30 Nustarn 5.4 NSH 26.46 OGEEnrg 4.3 OGE 32.24 OSGAmn 10 OSP 13.76 OYOGeo OYOG 48.80 OcciPet 1.5 r OXY . 87.85 Oceanrng OII 72.61 OilStIntl r OIS 53.33 ONEOKPtr 6.7 OKS 62.09 OrmatTch .4 ORA 49.72 PHInv PHIIK 35.11 ParllPet PLLL 22.87 PatriotCn PCX 78.70 PattUTI 2.0 r PTEN 31.88

–.58 –27 320 17o –.41 +7 126 32ê +1.70 +1 6.7m 61ò +.13 –20 795 ..o +.48+260 3.8m 13o –.04 –62 213 48o –.48 –40 144 99k +2.04 –10 3.5m 28o +1.34 –42 132 20k +.80+159 167 ..ê +.32 –17 841 ..o –.22 –38 423 12o –.64 –40 128 15o +.04 –22 36 99ê –.08 –52 125 22ê +.23 –36 95 14ê –.35 –27 5.6m 9o –.47 –20 797 15o –.04 –71 82 14k –.01 –74 5 16o +.78 –60 1.3m 46o –1.59 –41 1.5m 20ò +.02 –33 762 ..o +.61 +31 123 18k –.46 –22 1.3m 14o +.13 –24 5.3m 13o +.84 –33 245 20o +.46 –39 118 24o +1.57 +79 198 26o +.20 –28 1.1m 19o +.09 +1 2.0m 11o –.74 0 4.4m 12o +.23 –85 16 35ê –.06 –48 146 21o +.03 –59 74 22ê –.62 –18 295 12ê –.12 –53 16 47ê +5.39+130 166 19ê –.07 –28 4.7m 13o +4.50 +91 1.7m 21o +.83 –7 769 13o +1.29 –16 121 13o –3.72+466 1.4m 44o +.11 –38 24 19k +.38 –42 314 ..o –1.57 –23 330 ..o –.07 –34 2.9m 13o

94 65 95 B B–71.3 72 34 85 B C+20.8 99 90 92 B A–NH 82 86 58 B B 40.7 75 39 81 B B 32.9 78 32 85 B C 36.3 87 83 98 .. C+27.8 94 84 88 A B–61.2 76 50 90 .. B 17.0 83 79 57 A B–266 93 81 98 B B+26.8 96 76 98 A B–65.8 90 55 96 C C 78.8 90 46 96 B A NH 99 81 97 A A+NH 31 40 33 D C+65.2 99 89 96 A A–68.6 86 37 96 B B+27.9 98 98 94 A B+NH 71 31 77 D B–13.6 65 23 61 D C+17.1 96 89 92 B A NH 87 99 76 A E 26.9 79 49 76 B C+17.9 29 10 37 D D–35.1 99 98 98 A B+NH 94 70 90 B A–44.9 79 2 99 D A+25.5 98 67 92 A C+25.4 95 97 86 A B–46.2 87 93 84 .. C 88.3 93 93 84 .. A–87.9 90 82 93 .. B NH 76 67 87 .. C+40.5 99 74 98 B A NH 92 85 96 A B–64.4 97 91 93 A C 114 86 86 62 B D 97.8 74 74 61 D B–31.0 96 91 95 A B–NH 92 74 83 A B+40.2 98 98 99 A B NH 91 78 85 A A–27.7 68 76 46 A C 31.0 63 26 76 D B–26.8 99 96 95 A A NH 92 62 95 B B 38.9

PeabdyEn .3 BTU Pengrth 13 PGH PennVA .4 PVA PenVaGP 4.9 PVG PennVAR 6.1 PVR PennWstE 12 PWE Permian 8.7 PBT PetroCn .9 PCZ PetroEnr 1.3 PZE Petchina 3.5 PTR Petrohawk HK Petrobrs .4 PBR PetroDev PETD PnrDrlng PDC PionrNtr .4 PXD PlainAl 7.4 PAA PlainsEx r PXP PrecDril 5.6 PDS PrideIntl PDE ProvEngy 12 PVX QuestEn 10 QELP Questar .8 STR QkslvGs 5.3 KGS RPC 1.8 RES RegncyE 6.3 RGNC

68.60 19.98 53.27 27.97 29.43 32.30 24.53 56.00 13.27 140.5 26.41 64.60 73.86 18.30 67.83 46.75 67.81 27.70 44.46 11.61 15.25 65.00 23.94 13.02 26.65 ReneSolan SOL 19.49 Repsol 2.4 REP 40.95 RexEngyn REXX 23.98 RosettaR ROSE 23.70 Rowan 1.0 RDC . 41.96 RoyDShA 3.4 RDSA 80.40 RoyDShB 4.0 RDSB 79.55 SabnRylt 10 SBR 57.75 SanJuanB 5.4 SJT 40.22 Sandrdgen SD . 50.23 Sasol 2.1 SSL 62.28 Schlmbrg .8 r SLB 105.0 SeacorHldg CKH 87.33 SemGrpn 6.0 SGLP 26.50 Smith .6 SII 80.75 Solarfun SOLF . 14.85 SouthwstEn SWN . 45.40 Spectra 3.4 SE 27.14 Spectra 5.5 SEP 24.22 Spire SPIR 13.55 StMaryLE .2 SM 48.29 Statoil 1.8 STO 38.17

Symbol

Closing Price

Net Up

Vol% Chg

GFA AME RIMM HOS

41.34 49.16 132.8 48.04

–0.22 –0.36 +1.59 +0.61

–55 –46 –27 +45

DNR 32.87 +0.49 +23 SFY 55.63 +2.76 +23 TITN 20.16 +0.02 –36

Stocks In Bases

Symbol

MGRC ATVI TRLG RICK GXDX OYOG PCLN USNA HWCC DWSN

EPS Rel Rnk Str Stock Name

–.61 –42 3.6m 48o +.24 –24 852 21o –1.11 –14 503 28ê –.26 +19 46 24ê –.32 +1 103 30o +.57 +61 2.8m 17o +.37 –29 554 17ò +1.12 –9 1.2m 9o +.27 +8 448 15ò –4.49 –28 894 12o –.23+403 17m 40o +.82 –37 12m 24ò +.76 –44 129 33o +.03 +7 711 16ò –.16 –1 1.9m 21o ... –8 457 16o +.82 –9 1.8m 22o +.43 –24 581 12o –.16 –34 2.3m 17o +.24 +24 1.3m 41o –.25 –42 21 ..ê +.14 –45 766 21o –.11 –44 27 55ê –.09 –55 156 17o –.04 –36 82 ..k +2.06+124 2.9m 27o –.50 +44 1.7m 12ò –.39 +21 336 ..ê +.83+195 968 17o +.62 +8 3.4m 9o +.03 +2 1.9m 7ê –.30 –49 192 7ê +1.01 –9 33 13ê +.27 –27 129 16ò +.78+161 2.5m 98o –1.13 –34 466 15o –.55 –37 6.1m 24o +.76 –26 226 9ê –.04 +40 154 99ê –.95 –27 2.1m 24o +.70 –45 2.5m 35ò –.17 –38 3.2m 56o +.57 +3 3.0m 15o +.42+174 119 17ê –.36 –41 36 ..k +.03 +11 927 12o –.77 –30 1.1m 14ò

Symbol

95 94 Kirby Corp 91 81 Oracle 87 93 Diamond OffshoreDr

Closing Price

Net Up

Vol% Chg

KEX 56.68 +0.24 –57 ORCL 21.00 –0.10 –50 DO 131.8 +1.37 +8

IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos) 52-wk

IBD Composite Rating Earnings Per Share Growth Rating Relative Price Strength Rating Sales+Profit Margins+Return On Equity Accumulation/Distribution (last 3 mos)

92 77 90 A B–61.5 39 53 34 C C+38.2 96 66 99 A B 27.0 71 6 99 E A+32.0 92 62 84 B A+20.2 82 59 83 B B–60.6 58 23 85 .. B+57.3 95 84 83 A B+76.8 94 91 84 B B 59.2 75 8 83 D A 30.4 47 33 34 E B 40.2 56 76 39 B C+70.0 93 76 95 B B+78.1 64 43 69 .. C 27.5 74 74 48 B B 31.0 70 77 45 A D–49.7 81 59 68 B B 67.0 97 80 95 A B+32.5 81 52 83 B A–37.4 71 74 48 A D–42.9 95 76 99 C A–NH 95 99 92 A D–63.0 99 74 99 D A+31.5 97 82 89 A B 22.0 97 97 92 A C+93.2 95 66 93 B A NH 98 92 89 B B 60.4 96 97 98 B B 29.7 93 68 85 A B–43.0 89 51 93 B C+65.8 99 93 93 A B+NH 99 97 94 A A–NH 90 80 92 .. B 23.7 62 55 34 B B+70.1 67 79 34 A C+38.8 64 60 49 C B–39.1 57 81 26 C D 19.5 54 62 21 B C 110 99 96 96 A B–90.0 97 93 90 A C 85.9 98 84 97 A B–NH 86 90 59 A C+73.0 94 88 89 C B+57.9 96 82 88 C B+38.0 80 8 93 C B+24.7 76 23 99 .. A–80.3 93 50 96 B A+NH

B9

MONDAY, MAY 12, 2008

6 6 666 High 98 82 99 A B+71.3 97 92 94 A B NH 26 53 12 B E 86.4 84 83 54 B B 63.8 91 68 86 A B 164 90 99 54 A B–90.0 98 91 95 A B NH 83 46 81 B B–27.2 99 98 94 A C+57.5 76 65 60 A A–42.9 93 93 99 .. B 33.0 99 98 97 A A–NH 77 74 49 C D 15.3 93 68 93 B A–NH 41 45 33 C E 46.2 88 64 91 .. A+34.8 32 66 4 B D–66.0 73 54 62 B C+30.2 92 75 79 A C 80.0 98 90 84 A B 87.3 74 72 67 B B–43.9 69 79 63 A E 38.5 61 33 71 B D–43.4 86 73 41 A A 73.1 96 83 94 A B+91.4 79 55 88 A B+42.1 81 40 91 B B 22.1 98 80 96 B A+NH 27 43 14 B E 78.7 45 5 51 D B 19.4 77 80 41 C A–23.7 99 90 98 A A–NH 95 81 95 A C+81.9 95 74 75 A B–15.4 98 95 96 A B–87.1 99 94 98 B A+81.6 96 74 93 C B+43.5 93 99 85 A D 38.4 56 71 35 A D 52.0 62 81 42 .. B–20.8 71 81 26 B C+47.2 98 77 93 A C 70.0 95 73 91 A A–116 97 99 95 A B+41.5

Stock

Dividend Close Vol% Vol P % Yield Symbl Price Chg Chg 1000 E

StoneEgy r SGY SuncrEr .3 SU Sunoco 2.7 SUN SunocoLg 6.9 SXL SunPower SPWR SuntechP STP SuperEgry r SPN SuperWell SWSI SwiftErgy SFY TCPipeln 7.8 TCLP TELOffs 12 TELOZ T–3Engy TTES TXCORes TXCO Talismn .8 TLM TeppcoP 8.2 TPP Tesco TESO Tesoro 1.8 TSO TetraTech TTI Tidewatr 1.0 r TDW TotalSA 3.1 TOT TransCda 3.7 TRP TrnsMon 7.5 TLP TricoM r TRMA TrinaSol TSL UltraPt UPL Ultrapar 2.7 UGP UnionDrll UDRL Unit Corp UNT ValeroEn 1.3 r VLO VangNRny 10 VNR Venoco VQ WTOffshr .2 WTI W–HEnrgy

WHQ

WarrenRes WRES WeathIntl WFT WhitingP

WLL

Willbros WG WmsCo 1.1 r WMB WmsPtrs 6.9 WPZ WmsPipl 6.7 WMZ WldFuel .6 INT XTOEnrgy .7 XTO Yanzhou .8 YZC Yinglin

YGE

67.79 124.9 43.70 51.67 82.30 42.97 52.60 23.74 55.63 35.71 29.65 58.83 11.28 22.48 34.81 31.35 21.96 18.61 59.78 82.95 38.18 30.37 35.25 40.78 86.87 37.77 18.29 72.69 44.56 16.65 15.07 49.03 78.35 13.35 86.00 79.59 40.15 36.47 34.67 17.90 26.09 64.74 96.13 22.96

–2.17 +29 891 9o +.86 +22 3.4m 21o –.32 –9 3.3m 7o +.69 +12 52 13o –1.38 –45 1.8m 60o +.08 –54 3.2m 36ò +1.28 +2 1.3m 15o +.12 +40 395 17ê +2.76 +23 710 9o +.13 –48 23 13ê +.19 –24 45 18ê –.90 +60 322 22o –.19 –28 304 66o –.30 +24 6.7m 21o +.15 –28 189 18o –.41 +18 319 44o –1.27+111 13m 8o +.56 –3 819 16k +1.03 +40 2.0m 9o –.06 –27 1.3m 10o +.28 –29 204 17ê –.07 –65 8 18ê –.02 –11 234 8ê –.35 –47 832 30ò –2.37 +15 1.7m 62o +.28 +4 83 32k +.53 –69 91 16ê –.57 +2 652 12o –1.71 +48 15m 7o +.14 +7 29 69ê –.48 +39 410 29k +.41 –26 622 16o +.40 –25 365 16o –.25 +3 481 40o –.99 –1 4.6m 24o –1.82 –13 639 19o +.22 –34 667 48o –.16 –27 4.8m 18o +.32 –50 122 14o –.17 –53 55 3ê +.56 +82 658 10o –1.42 –3 6.0m 17o +.21 –48 89 29ê +.14 –29 2.3m 56k

2. MACHINERY 99 99 98 A A–137 Bucyrus .1 BUCY . 136.5 +1.80 –26 894 32x 97 97 86 A B 85.0 GenlCable BGC . 71.05 +.67 –13 760 16o 97 99 77 A B 51.5 Manitowc .2 MTW 40.82 +.52 +12 2.5m 13o 96 98 94 A C+32.1 ABB 69 83 49 A D–41.6 AZZ 94 90 88 A B+35.1 Actuant

.5 ABB . 31.14 –.17 –55 2.0m 22o AZZ 28.45 +.38 –40 152 12ê

.1 ATU 33.76 +.04 –62 219 17o

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