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Fluor Trading Parker Hannifin’s Brazil Latest To Near Buy Point International Tilt Ring Alarm On From Handle Lifts Sales, EPS Rising Inflation THE BASE READER

THE INCOME INVESTOR

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BY MARIE BEERENS

BY PAUL WHITFIELD

BY DONALD H. GOLD

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FluorFLR cleared a cup with handle past a 155.29 buy point. It is now about 5% above that level. The Irving, Texas-based firm provides construction and maintenanceservices to the oil and gas, petrochemical,mining, and transportation industries. After a period of unstable earnings growth, EPS increased 42%, 229% and 63% the past three quarters. Fluor plans a 2-for-1 stock split. Its stock topped at the end of October, before falling into the base. It quicklysank below its 10-week moving average as volume increased. It then tried regaining support and traded around that level for a few more weeks. But more sellers came in, pushing the stock below its 40-week line. It regained both support lines at the end of February and has maintained support above them for all but one week since. Fluor formed a handle in April. Another handle formed from late April through early May. Both times, Fluor broke out on light volume, although weekly volume was stronger in the April move. In all, the base counts seven distribution vs. five accumulation weeks. But accumulation has improved recently after the stock broke out in April. Its Relative Strength line is at a record high.

One way a conservative investor can gain foreign exposure is to buy a U.S. stock with an international footprint. Cleveland-based Parker HannifinPH is such a stock. While many stocks are slipping amid the U.S. slowdown, Parker Hannifin is charging ahead. The NYSE composite is down 5% from a year ago; Parker Hannifin’s stock rose 30% in the same period. The reason is foreign exposure. In 2001, international industrial sales made up about 21% of Parker Hannifin’s net sales. In the most recent quarter, that figure was 42%. That 42% figure may understate the foreign exposure because of the way Parker reports segments. North American industrial sales make up about 34% of net sales; aerospace, 15%; and climate and industrial controls, 9%. It isn’t clear how much of the latter two segments are foreign sales. It is clear, however, that Parker Hannifin is firing on all cylinders. Earnings jumped 30% in fiscal Q3 ended in March. Sales grew 14%. That prompted Chief Executive Don Washkewicz to note at the April earnings call that while he thinks the U.S. has been in a recession for at least eight months, Parker Hannifin is not in a recession. Growth is particularly strong in Asia and Latin America. Plus the weak dollar is boosting sales. Six percentage points of Parker’s 14% sales increase in fiscal Q3 were tied to currency exchange. That prompted analyst Alex Blanton of Ingalls & Snyder to ask the big question at the earnings call: What if the dollar strengthens? Management had no easy answer. “We just need to manage through it,” Chief Financial Officer Tim Pistell said. Parker Hannifin’s dividend yield is 1%, and the annual payout has risen for 51 consecutive years.

Brazilian stocks got knocked around Friday after a one-two punch. First, disappointing results from retailer Lojas Americanas cast a pall over the market. Second, inflation is heating up. Like with Wal-MartWMT and CostcoCOST, such a result from a retailer can be seen as an economic gauge. Poor sales mean the consumer is holding back, and the consumer is the ultimate linchpin of economic growth. Consumer prices in Brazil surged 0.55% in April, lifting the 12-month rate to 5.04%. That’s the highest in two years. Investors are bracing for higher interest rates. Brazil isn’t the only place with inflation jitters. 00 The Reserve Bank of Australia warned that inflation is rising. 00 China will report an 8.2% inflation rise for April, according to a Bloomberg poll of economists. 00 India’s wholesale prices rose 7.61% in the week ended April 26 from a year earlier, the highest in 3 1/2 years. Food costs are rising so fast, the government has banned futures trading in soybean oil, chickpeas and potatoes. 00 Egypt’s central bank hiked interest rates in response to the highest inflation in three years. 00 And you may remember that Kansas City Fed President Thomas Hoenig warned on May 7 that rising inflation may mean U.S. rate hikes. Brazilian stocks were sent flying April 30 after Standard & Poor’s surprised the market by upping the country’s credit rating to investment grade. This new rush of cash should meanlower interest rates. Banks, including Banco BradescoBBD, Banco Itau HoldingITU and UnibancoUBB, led the way up. But those issues all peaked May 2 and have been retreating since — mostly in softening volume.

FLUOR CORP (FLR) Group 145 o$163.97 89 Comp. Rating 91 EPS RS 96 ROE 20% 87.7M Shares PROVIDES CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES TO THE OIL/ GAS, PETROCHEMICAL, MINING AND TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRIES.

+18% Ann. EPS Gro PE 37 Avg. D. Vol 1,778,900 Debt 1% Last Qtr Eps +63%6 Prior Qtr +229%5 Last Qtr Sales +30% 3 Qtrs EPS ) 15% Eps Due 5/7 Acc/Dis BSup/Demand 87

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6 6 666 High 97 97 82 B B+18.8 80 47 97 D B–33.4 96 92 89 A B–50.8 93 95 70 B B 60.4 99 95 97 B B 55.0 80 87 36 A B+52.0 55 69 20 B C+89.9 98 86 86 B B–87.0 95 83 91 C A–51.7 89 64 81 B A–44.0 89 95 73 C B 34.3 71 86 37 A D+59.1 97 95 62 A B 53.7 92 80 84 B B+48.4 94 85 87 B B 54.6 81 86 84 D B 32.2 98 97 93 C B+28.3 91 84 78 B B–46.5 78 73 84 D B 13.8 98 96 97 A B 126 83 29 87 A C+85.7 91 43 94 C A–22.4 86 97 62 B C+38.2 97 95 94 B A–49.3 99 95 99 A A+32.9 95 94 93 B B 40.4 88 78 79 A C+46.6 98 99 99 A B+64.9 90 85 78 A B 28.0 72 87 39 C B+59.1 91 94 79 A C+60.4 94 81 82 B B+43.0 82 85 61 C C 56.7 97 96 99 A A+41.8 96 86 96 A B NH 79 50 80 B B 45.7 79 91 58 B C 45.6 90 68 92 B B–38.8 92 82 88 B B 86.2 95 83 83 B A–14.3 91 72 88 B A 19.8 34 52 18 C D+174 96 80 91 B B+61.6 98 92 92 B B+86.6 88 88 77 C B 39.7 70 61 65 C B–16.1 93 73 94 C A–NH 67 94 24 C B–16.4 90 84 74 B B–59.0 95 93 96 B C+42.3 94 91 79 A B–71.0 96 86 92 C A–32.0 74 79 53 B B–31.5 99 95 97 A A–38.1 72 83 44 C C+50.1 96 99 82 A B–96.9 20 32 5 E B 26.5 98 95 86 A A–36.2

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

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AIMC 16.36 –.15 –5 222 21ê –2.91+234 2.2m ..o –.36 –46 299 21ê –.04 –59 125 14ê +1.27 –21 105 34ê –.09 –46 247 15ê –.58 –31 83 11ê –.66 –45 3.8m 14o –.30 –60 78 19ê –.38 –39 222 22ê +.23 –52 105 13k –.30 –59 748 13o +.89 –8 74 14k +.11 –30 217 22ò +.02 –27 1.4m 15o –.69 –22 380 13o EnerSys ENS . 26.64 +.57 +17 507 21ê EnPro NPO 36.75 +.13 –58 139 9ê FlowIntl r FLOW 9.80 –.08 –67 76 57ê Flowser .8 r FLS 121.3 –.92 –50 441 23o FosterWh FWLT 68.97 +.09 –38 2.1m 23o FuelSys FSYS 19.21 +.22 –74 43 33o FuelTech FTEK 22.76 +.26 –11 397 68o GardnrDen r GDI 48.00 +.10 –25 412 13o Gencorn GENC 31.85 –.44 +23 98 10ê Gormanr 1.1 GRC 35.90 +.37 –71 22 23ê Graco 1.8 r GGG 40.19 –.16 –50 236 16ê Graham .2 GHM . 60.84 –.65 +38 147 23k HarbinElec HRBN 17.20 +.60+157 306 14ê HubbllB 2.9 r HUBB 46.02 –.26 –37 241 12ê Hurco HURC 43.49 +.79 +15 149 12k IDEX 1.3 r IEX 36.54 –.16 –20 404 18ê IngersRd 1.7 r IR 42.52 –.31 –42 2.3m 14o JinpanI .6 JST 39.95 +.95 –29 58 19k JoyGlbl .8 JOYG 78.99 +1.49 –32 1.5m 28ò KHDHum KHD 30.18 –.77 –62 88 18ò Kennmetl 1.4 KMT 34.51 –.17 –29 400 12o KeyTech KTEC 33.88 +.52 –47 12 24ê LincnElc 1.3 LECO 78.45 +.57 –26 167 16ê MetPro 1.8 MPR 12.22 –.12 –66 8 19k NIDEC .6 NJ 18.84 –.55 +98 137 30ê NACCO 2.5 NC 81.50 –2.59 –48 23 7ê Nordsn 1.2 NDSN 60.00 +.35 –69 76 21k ParkHan 1.0 r PH 83.59 +.52 –25 1.3m 15o Pentair 1.9 PNR 36.73 –.05 –28 516 16o Percptrn PRCP 10.09 +.02 –73 12 25k Powell Inds POWL 49.46 –.15+100 142 36ê PowerSec POWR 10.10 –1.58+738 603 16o RegalBel 1.5 RBC 44.13 +.12 –52 177 12ê RobbMyer .4 RBN 41.10 –.15 –42 358 23ê RoperInd .5 ROP 62.27 –.73 –37 400 22o SauerDnf 2.4 SHS 29.53 +.25 –62 64 19ê Stratasys r SSYS 21.22 –.25 –46 117 29o SunHydr 1.0 SNHY 37.05 +.42 –31 96 25o Tennant 1.5 TNC 33.88 +.19 –41 102 18ê Terex r TEX 71.23 –.95 –32 1.4m 11o ThreeDSys TDSC 8.64 –5.48+684 621 ..ê Wdward .7 r WGOV 33.98 +.42 –48 267 22ê

AmSprcnd AMSC 29.86 Ametek .5 r AME . 49.16 AstecInd ASTE 38.66 BadgerM .7 BMI 51.12 BaldrEle 2.1 BEZ 32.35 Cascade 1.6 r CAE 44.83 Caterplr 1.8 CAT 81.76 Circor .3 CIR 50.29 Clarcor .8 r CLC 39.16 ClmbMckn CMCO 28.63 CooprInd 2.1 r CBE 43.07 DXPEnterpr DXPE 39.96 Donalds 1.0 DCI 44.32 Dover 1.5 r DOV 51.80 EncorWi .4 WIRE 22.31

3. METALS/STEEL 99 96 99 A B+NH ComphSi 3.8 SID . 47.13 +.88 –15 3.0m 22o 92 71 98 B B–70.8 40 62 29 B C+116 66 40 68 B B 91.0 91 49 91 A B 54.5 97 90 97 A B 96.8 91 84 76 B B+36.9 58 50 44 C B–58.7 53 78 39 B B 79.7 85 50 89 B B+38.1 82 47 95 B D 74.5 88 51 80 B B 37.2 60 79 17 A E 66.3 70 97 40 B D–60.0

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AKSteel .3 AKS 68.70 AllegTch 1.0 r ATI 75.16 AlmChina 2.4 ACH 40.98 AmpcoPit 1.6 AP 46.11 ArcelrMt 1.2 r MT 94.57 BarnesG 1.8 B 30.45 BrushEMat BW . 32.13 CarpTech 1.3 r CRS 56.42 CastleAM .8 CAS 30.93 CenturyAl CENX 72.87 CmrclMt 1.5 r CMC 31.71 DynMatl .4 BOOM 34.53 FosterLB FSTR 31.02

–1.45 –1.42 +.09 –.92 –1.45 +.25 +.03 +.45 –.58 –.94 –.27 –.12 –.08

–37 1.9m 18o –45 1.3m 11o –38 994 18o –26 82 11ê –38 2.3m 12ò +9 595 15o –51 194 18o +23 1.0m 12o –45 85 13ê –63 424 14o –11 1.3m 13o –46 290 17o –30 166 12o

98 88 93 A B 16.9 99 91 99 A A–NH 87 98 97 .. A–22.9 73 44 85 .. B 15.3 83 70 87 C D+21.0 56 16 41 B B+100 83 83 72 A B 60.0 84 77 78 C A 23.1 78 74 65 C D+89.2 96 70 82 A A+58.5 64 88 18 B E 60.0 63 36 80 .. C 16.1 97 89 99 A B 165 99 94 98 A A–NH 96 93 82 C B 38.9 46 60 19 D B 52.9 87 66 92 C A–47.7 99 79 94 A A–81.9 91 68 99 D A 54.9 82 82 56 A C 201 85 56 95 C B–18.4 93 88 83 B B 44.0 36 74 12 A C 92.0 90 77 89 B C 64.3 96 87 98 B A 96.0 92 64 97 A ..36.2 99 86 97 A B 39.3 94 77 92 A C+56.4 84 74 89 .. B 42.5 92 93 84 C B 38.8 23 51 11 B C 39.8 96 60 99 B A–173 63 53 78 B B 46.3 98 95 95 B B+111 97 99 99 B B+17.6 68 58 47 D A 26.5

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16.37 43.47 21.99 12.54 16.95 59.98 53.10 13.70 67.01 52.21 30.53 11.74 155.4 15.31 34.63 26.95 46.18 78.41 53.65 127.6 17.32 RBCBear r ROLL 38.53 RTIIntl RTI 43.38 RelStlAl .6 RS 62.26 Schnitzr .1 SCHN 93.10 SimsGr 2.9 SMS 35.36 StlDyna 1.2 r STLD 34.49 Tenaris 1.6 TS 53.35 Ternium 1.3 TX 37.55 Timken 1.9 TKR 36.15 Titanm 1.7 r TIE 17.36 USSteel .6 X . 171.1 UnivStnls USAP 35.93 Valmont .5 VMI 108.0 WSII 1.2 WSCI 12.97 Worthn 3.7 r WOR 18.38

+.25 +49 1.9m 9ò +.93 –22 2.3m 15ò –.26 –25 1.4m 13o +.15+234 445 12o +.70 –35 14 21k –1.82+110 314 11o +.21 –42 1.7m 15o +.38 –42 83 10ê +.92+220 794 11o –.23 –7 360 22ê +.53 –49 136 13ê +.11 –89 7 22ê –1.75 –24 965 23o +1.17+590 3.2m 24o +.13 –21 184 10ê +.35 –57 219 8k –.90 +47 141 20ê –3.46 –23 4.3m 15o –.33 –44 118 17o –1.10 –58 374 9o +.74 –86 192 5k +.54 –35 107 21ê –.52 –31 580 10o –.50 –14 797 11o –1.27 –38 427 19o –.36 –37 402 19o –1.68 +3 4.7m 15o –.56 –16 1.9m 16o –.22 +25 791 9o +.15 –25 512 14o –.61 –34 2.4m 14o –2.19 +29 6.5m 19o –.01 –60 23 11ê +2.77 –44 214 26o –.29 –56 80 28ê –.29 –50 558 15o

4. TRANSPORT 99 96 95 B B+65.6 CSX 1.1 r CSX 63.24 –.79 –68 1.8m 20o 98 99 97 A A–131 DryShip .9 DRYS . 91.96 +.05 –27 2.8m 9ò 97 95 94 A B–60.1 Kirby Corp KEX 56.68 +.24 –57 355 22o 87 65 78 A B 47.1 85 83 52 C B 59.4 55 89 28 A C+38.7 55 55 27 B B–32.3 88 73 91 D A 42.5 75 59 75 B B 29.9 84 64 87 C A+62.8 98 81 90 B B+106 99 90 92 B A–67.4 85 65 78 B B–58.5 85 70 79 B B+90.2 68 69 32 A C+32.5 66 28 53 C A 18.2 17 51 19 .. B–147 28 72 22 D D 99 84 66 72 C B 57.8 17 43 7 B D 40.9 42 63 27 B B–73.3 69 78 31 A B–40.3 94 94 91 A B+45.2 82 86 59 B A–30.5 94 71 95 A B+35.5 95 91 91 A B+21.5 95 97 94 A A+82.0 96 80 76 B B+54.5 51 58 44 C D–119 93 70 83 A B–41.9 76 68 97 .. B 61.7 99 80 97 A B+80.1 58 10 75 C A–32.0 95 76 95 B B+38.1 20 54 16 .. B–34.5

Aktslsk 12 TRMD AlxBldw 2.6 r ALEX Allegiant ALGT ACmclLn r ACLI ARBest 1.6 ABFS ArlingT 9 ATB AtlasAir AAWW BurlNSFe 1.2 BNI CHRobn 1.4 CHRW CdnNRwy 1.7 r CNI CndaPac 1.3 CP CapProd 7.9 CPLP CeladonGrp r CLDN ChinaEA CEA ChinaSAir ZNH Con–Way .8 CNW CtntlAirB CAL CopaHold 1.0 CPA Danaos 7.1 DAC DianaSh 6.7 DSX Dynamex r DDMX EagleBlk 5.9 EGLE Euroseas 7.4 ESEA ExcelMar 1.8 EXM Expedtrs .6 EXPD Fedex .4 FDX ForwdA .8 r FWRD Frontlne 10 FRO GenShp 4.2 r GNK GenMarit 7.4 GMR GenWyo r GWR GolInAir 2.0 GOL

34.86 48.06 25.05 15.91 38.44 23.70 60.99 103.5 63.92 54.62 73.12 19.79 10.56 43.22 31.10 47.88 17.38 35.40 25.86 32.58 24.62 33.29 14.58 45.15 46.93 90.37 34.33 61.07 75.26 27.11 37.61 15.89

–.91 +.19 –1.36 –.28 +.19 +.44 –.39 –.31 –.42 –.07 –.38 –.71 –.70 –.29 –.75 –.83 +.52 –1.01 –.14 –.17 +.02 +.53 +.11 –.09 –.38 –2.84 –.17 +2.21 –.62 –.38 +.27 –.30

–34 22 13ê –31 340 16o +33 185 15ê +39 1.1m 18o –46 422 15o –13 59 19ê +39 218 16ê –59 1.3m 19o –44 1.1m 32o –16 1.3m 16o –38 417 14o –53 44 13ê –3 153 25o –41 18 ..o –8 106 10ê –72 360 14x +54 7.7m 4o –9 453 10ê –22 60 11ê –26 972 18ò –40 26 17k –18 571 25o –50 105 8k –26 907 10ò –6 2.0m 37o +23 3.3m 14o –54 159 22ê –14 1.0m 8ò –16 656 18o –8 344 20o –47 196 24o –51 390 45ê

52 26 57 C B+27.7 68 97 33 B B+39.0 55 82 22 .. C+45.6 71 33 76 B B 17.5 25 49 3 C E 36.6 89 92 68 C B 39.4 88 67 89 B B–36.3 73 64 43 B B 48.5 97 97 92 C A+48.0 73 38 78 C B 20.5 70 44 90 .. A 34.0 45 70 25 A D–17.6 88 71 85 C B 55.0 67 22 78 D A–19.7 92 66 88 A A–19.8 57 82 31 .. C 19.8 94 79 87 B B 62.7 80 33 92 C A–30.5 86 53 79 C B 33.6 94 82 82 A A 24.7 90 69 89 B B–91.5 90 85 77 C A–27.5 81 33 87 A B+27.3 65 65 66 C B+14.1 41 81 25 B E 23.9 41 72 18 B C+49.2 36 34 31 D C+29.3 79 77 48 A B–37.8 70 17 82 B A–31.8 30 70 14 C D–29.5 57 81 49 D B+17.0 80 53 87 .. A 15.9 82 49 77 A C 20.0 30 31 39 B C 36.0 99 99 98 A B+71.2 44 15 38 C B+63.7 45 37 35 D C+38.9 76 41 85 B B+24.0 95 72 91 A B+19.7 85 89 73 B B+48.2 73 43 73 B B–39.5 3 10 2 C D–51.6 94 84 77 B A+28.7 94 67 90 B A–149 67 62 60 B C+79.0 48 14 47 C B 23.4 18 43 22 E D+15.2 95 94 92 A A–NH 55 31 62 D B–22.0

Golar 6.5 GLNG Greenbri 1.4 GBX GuangRy 1.9 GSH HrtlndEx .5 HTLD HorizLns 4.2 r HRZ HubGroup r HUBG HuntJB 1.2 JBHT K–Sea 8.4 KSP KCSouthrn KSU KnightTr .7 KNX KnightT 7.9 VLCCF LANAirA 3.5 LFL Landstar .3 LSTR MartnTrns r MRTN Navios 2.6 NM NaviosM 9 NMM NorflkSo 1.9 NSC OceanFr 10 OCNF OldDomFrt ODFL OmegaN 10 ONAV OvrseaSh 1.6 OSG Pacer 3.2 PACR ParagSh 9 PRGN PortecRl 2.2 PRPX RepubAir r RJET RyanrHldg RYAAY Saia SAIA Seaspan 6.7 SSW ShipFin 9 r SFL Skywst .7 r SKYW SwstAirl .1 r LUV StarBul 6.5 SBLK StlthGas 4.6 GASS TAMSA TAM

19.30 22.81 26.76 15.59 10.42 31.10 33.84 36.40 45.90 17.97 31.04 11.66 51.80 16.65 13.64 15.00 61.90 24.98 30.13 19.65 80.41 18.81 18.87 11.01 16.26 27.09 13.73 27.45 29.83 17.90 12.99 13.76 16.22 22.10 TBSIntlA TBSI 49.70 TeekaySh 2.3 TK 45.68 TeekLNG 7.4 TGP 28.49 TeekTnk 14 TNK 21.40 Textain 4.5 TGH 18.75 Trinity 1.0 r TRN 33.47 TsakosE 5.0 TNP 34.35 UALCorp UAUA 13.71 UTiWld .3 UTIW 21.89 UnionPac 1.2 r UNP 146.3 UPSB 2.6 r UPS 70.29 Vitran VTNC 14.58 Wabash 2.3 WNC 7.92 Wabtec .1 r WAB . 44.35 WernrE 1.0 r WERN 19.08

–.08 –37 165 9ò –.25 –47 119 9ê –.85 +30 85 19ê –.20 –73 252 22ê –.26 –38 582 8o –.71 –66 162 20ê –.31 –52 1.2m 22o –.29 –60 12 18ê –1.14 –27 877 25o –.01 –33 548 26o +.71 +50 177 14ò –.17 –25 359 12ê –.73 –41 440 25o –.25 –60 43 28ê –.07 +4 1.2m 13ò –.56 +92 127 14ê –.38 –53 1.7m 16o +.35 +54 161 44o –.61 –45 322 16ê +.27 –9 71 18ò +1.83 –46 493 12o +.39 +21 578 10o –.36 –32 162 25o –.19 –18 9 15ê –.10 –53 192 7ê –.81 –49 433 12k –.24 –39 83 14ê –.11 –75 105 23ê –.25 –33 249 17ò +.16 –19 593 7o –.24 –15 6.8m 20o +.10 +47 280 99ò –.28 –18 30 10k –.22 –51 472 49ò +2.90 +37 991 11o –.56 –64 202 19ò +.19 –44 91 ..ò +1.40 +45 202 13ê –.21+327 342 12ê +.29 –12 1.2m 9o +.56 –65 62 11k +.17 –14 4.8m ..o –.34 –63 316 20ê –.91 –57 1.3m 20o –.78 –28 3.9m 17o +.05 –87 4 16ê ... –29 165 29ê –.09 –8 513 18o –.22 –25 1.1m 19o

5. AGRICULTURE 99 94 91 B C+94.9 Deere 1.2 r DE . 86.31 –.51 –35 3.3m 19ò 99 96 99 B C+143 Mosaic MOS . 126.4 –.66 –42 4.2m 42o 99 99 99 A D+215 Potash .2 r POT 197.9 –1.15 –29 7.6m 46o 92 87 88 B C+72.0 96 74 99 A B 21.3 98 96 98 A B 95.5 81 81 56 B D 52.7 91 68 96 A C+39.8 96 79 92 B B 135 98 98 99 A C 159 78 92 40 B D 70.0 65 10 99 .. A–16.3 59 13 87 C C 16.2 97 77 98 A B+NH 71 48 58 C B+46.5 48 35 17 B B–28.9 99 85 99 B A–131 98 97 96 A C+132 28 36 14 C E 49.7 99 98 98 A A–31.7 93 82 95 B C+65.8 97 74 97 A B 53.5 98 98 96 A B–171

AGCO AG 59.15 AgFeedn FEED 19.03 Agrium .1 AGU . 86.70 Anderso .7 ANDE 42.81 ArtsWay .4 ARTW 22.26 Bunge .6 BG 120.1 CFInds .3 CF . 136.8 CNHGlobl 1.0 CNH . 43.86 ConvOrgn COIN 9.12 Cosann CZZ 13.21 DarlingIntl DAR 16.18 Kubota 1.3 KUB 35.78 LSBInds LXU 17.05 Lindsay .3 LNN . 108.3 Monsnto .6 r MON . 119.7 ScottMG 1.8 SMG 28.44 ScQmMra 1.0 SQM 27.87 Syngenta 1.7 SYT 60.21 TerraI .2 TRA 44.01 TerraNit 11 TNH 145.5

–.30 –.04 +.34 –1.57 +1.20 +1.33 –.64 +.01 –.15 –.08 +1.25 –.90 +.31 +1.66 –1.43 –.13 +.52 –.04 +.69 –2.59

–12 1.6m 20o +11 802 76o –43 2.6m 20o +45 300 11o –32 8 18ê –50 1.6m 14o –53 1.4m 17o –66 216 16o –69 315 ..k –69 227 50o +81 2.4m 22o –57 32 14k –46 185 9ê –48 279 51o –54 3.8m 38o +3 642 13o –51 365 36ê –60 325 26o –26 3.3m 14o –62 132 11ê

6. MEDICAL 95 99 75 A B–75.4 Celgene 58 38 77 B E 14.8 79 82 68 B C+40.0 70 75 44 A B 61.1 50 17 85 E C+16.0 78 49 95 C C+73.4 27 32 37 E C 43.4 57 87 31 B D 60.0 63 72 34 B C 59.5 58 28 87 D B–19.1 91 88 80 A B 162 84 62 88 D B+80.1 28 31 17 B B–29.7 61 82 29 A D–70.4 92 95 83 A B 25.4 81 74 79 D C+37.4 79 47 82 C B 28.7 95 91 93 A B+53.5 64 78 48 B B 22.2 42 78 25 B E 41.0 44 65 40 C D 52.0 53 77 29 B E 63.6 31 35 27 E B–18.2 69 74 68 B D–29.8 19 6 22 D D 53.3 73 62 75 C B 79.0 77 99 27 A A 21.8 38 78 13 B D+15.7 80 87 77 B D+37.7 53 61 35 D D 17.0 32 50 12 B E 31.6 50 2 98 E B 16.3 65 65 47 A B–65.7 80 86 45 A A–56.6 46 41 61 D E 14.4 61 32 95 D C+36.1 81 80 76 A C+100 37 48 21 B D–58.4 81 76 79 A C+65.2 67 55 59 B D+77.0 82 79 76 A B–93.2 77 52 89 C B–16.3 63 39 70 C B+115 71 85 33 B C+35.8 93 96 78 A C+84.8 91 74 97 D B+41.0 26 35 19 B B–26.5 62 57 73 C B+16.8 57 69 27 A B–32.4 11 5 34 D C+48.4 87 58 94 A B+16.7 28 52 11 C D–19.3 90 56 81 A B 18.7 43 61 31 C B–73.0 81 74 97 .. ..24.9 58 52 56 B B–84.8 79 63 90 D B–33.4 84 74 80 B B+69.0 90 97 81 A C+57.5 78 69 91 B C 29.2 36 70 30 B D–57.6 26 11 40 E C 28.9 75 44 97 E B+11.6 71 25 84 C C+44.5 32 13 53 D C+22.2 62 69 44 C A–32.0 31 38 29 C C 57.6 89 89 80 B C+96.8 48 77 24 A D+64.0 72 42 88 B B 49.5 70 74 38 A D–25.7 65 51 93 E A–20.8 78 98 29 A B+45.0

CELG . 62.49 +.02 +23 5.5m 51o

APPPhm APPX 11.88 Abaxis ABAX 25.65 AbbotLa 2.8 ABT 51.78 Abiomed ABMD 14.63 AbraxisBn ABII 62.09 AdvMOpt EYE 23.47 Aetna .1 r AET 43.25 AirMethods AIRM . 38.12 AlbanyMlc AMRI 13.48 Alcon 1.6 r ACL . 154.7 AlexionPhr ALXN 72.03 AlignTech r ALGN 12.44 Allergan .4 AGN 52.87 AlmstFam AFAM 21.60 AlnylamPh ALNY 27.67 Alphrma r ALO 25.32 Amedisys AMED 52.88 AmMedSys AMMD 14.48 Amerigrp AGP 25.53 AmeriBrg .7 r ABC 41.19 Amgen r AMGN 42.05 Amicusn FOLD 9.94 AmsurgA AMSG 24.95 Amylin AMLN 28.48 Analogic .6 r ALOG 61.81 AngioDyn ANGO 15.00 AnimalH AHII 7.95 AppldBio .5 r ABI . 33.91 AppCelera CRA 12.76 ApriaHlth AHG 15.87 ArdeaBion RDEA 13.87 Arthrocare r ARTC 42.35 AstraZen 4.6 AZN 40.55 AtriCure ATRC 11.38 Auxilium AUXL 30.25 BardCR .7 r BCR . 91.22 BarrPharm BRL 39.99 BaxterI 1.4 r BAX 61.25 BeckCltr 1.0 r BEC 67.30 BectDck 1.3 r BDX 86.99 BntlyPhar BNT 15.39 BioRadA BIO 87.12 BioRefLabs BRLI 24.76 BiognIdec r BIIB 62.07 Biomarin BMRN 39.00 Biovail 11 BVF 12.64 BostonSci BSX 13.42 BrstMySq 5.7 BMY 21.71 Brookda 4.0 r BKD 25.22 BrukerCorp BRKR 11.88 Cantel CMN 9.15 CaracoPh CPD 16.20 CardlHth 1.0 r CAH 54.15 CardioNetn BEAT 23.66 Cephalon CEPH 65.31 Cepheid CPHD 23.64 CharlsRvLb r CRL . 61.72 ChnaMd 1.0 CMED 38.68 Chindex CHDX 22.38 CIGNA .1 CI 41.28 ClincData CLDA 16.61 CombiMxrs CBMX 10.76 CommtyHlth CYH 36.23 Conceptus CPTS 16.75 Conmed CNMD 25.61 CooperC .2 COO 37.51 Covance CVD . 83.08 CoventryHt CVH 44.51 Covidie 1.3 COV 48.79 CubistPhr CBST 18.27 Cyberonics r CYBX 17.03 Cynosure CYNO 23.98

+.07 +16 383 17o +.46 –34 264 45o +.50 –12 6.5m 17o +.30 –56 76 ..k +.69 –67 7 99ê +.57 –50 446 ..o –.28 –56 2.1m 12o –.57 +56 391 19o –.20 –29 132 49o –1.10 –30 324 27o –.42 –45 469 ..o +.18 –39 607 20o –.32 –18 2.3m 23o +.65 –15 57 14ê +2.28 +72 1.1m ..o –.25 –32 665 35ê +.94 –32 407 21o –.06 –27 638 30ê +.28 –47 584 10o –.57 –6 1.5m 15o +.03 –62 3.9m 9o +.08+166 80 ..ê –.19 –68 73 17ê +.43 +1 2.4m ..o +2.44 –4 138 27ê –.14 –78 77 13ê +.18+109 237 19ê +.15 –26 1.7m 20o +.18 –36 391 ..ê –.02 –39 433 8o –.33 –95 3 ..ê +.50 –31 684 26o –.76 –47 1.0m 8o +.13+115 25 ..ê +.57 –77 183 ..o –1.16 –40 472 23o +1.89+335 6.5m 13o –.45 –33 2.4m 20o +.25 –38 283 20ê –1.01 –45 771 21o +.07 –5 187 59o –.77 –18 85 25ê –.37 –58 44 24ê –.63 –37 2.0m 19o +1.49 +62 3.0m ..o +.35 –24 711 7o –.26 –36 6.8m 15o –1.08+118 29m 14o –.64 –1 898 ..ê –.15 –28 758 31ê +.18 +15 94 15o –.18 –63 25 18k –.02 –62 955 14o –.34 –27 81 99ê +.27 –13 1.4m 17o –.69 –48 625 ..o –1.30 +14 834 22o –1.52 –23 472 21o –.50 –8 217 40ê +.11 –36 1.7m 10o –.45 –50 29 ..o –.04 –43 17 ..k +.89 –13 859 64o –.08 –8 403 ..o +.79 –42 126 17ê +.32 –51 292 16ò –.15 –47 305 29o –.47 –44 1.1m 11o –.62 +52 3.6m 19o –.07 –24 896 13o –.05 –76 64 ..ê +.13 –2 230 14o

76 64 86 D B 41.9 70 76 50 B B+67.4 79 80 75 A D 47.8 55 28 71 B B–18.7 81 60 90 B B+57.3 59 14 94 E B NH 54 72 32 A D 35.9 87 78 91 B C+28.7 88 94 92 C B–79.1 56 81 27 A D 56.7 81 84 80 B C 58.0 57 10 91 D B 20.4 88 87 63 B B–71.8 78 89 48 A D 82.2 41 40 46 D C 27.0 90 74 84 A B 37.9 62 83 45 C C+23.0 93 89 70 A B–82.1 96 89 93 A B–54.6 52 83 25 B D–32.8 59 65 42 A B–58.2 75 70 70 B D+64.3 85 69 88 D B+13.3 9 34 8 C E 59.3 88 83 73 B B–32.2 60 48 82 .. B 23.0 71 93 36 B A–24.5 45 71 10 A D–71.2 68 80 56 B C+63.6 23 31 12 C C+51.9 70 98 19 A D 36.4 78 66 74 A D 44.6 41 87 12 B C+88.1 72 50 80 D C+24.2 97 89 95 A B–74.9 86 35 98 D A+15.0 82 87 52 A B–64.7 89 47 97 A B+81.9 86 52 86 B A 49.2 83 92 44 A A 40.0 46 4 94 E B–12.8 63 81 40 A D–52.9 24 9 32 E B+28.1 94 99 94 A C+359 38 76 29 D D–27.8 45 61 19 B D+65.0 89 88 86 B B 99 69 86 52 B C 22.5 51 60 45 D D–20.2 83 71 79 A B 68.9 69 74 38 A B–31.5 84 98 65 B D–51.6 74 69 79 C B+31.8 50 24 89 E B+28.7 58 92 17 A E 66.8 66 66 31 A A–30.0 89 84 70 A B 82.3 83 72 96 .. B 29.3 96 83 96 A B+50.9 79 49 84 C A–40.8 56 65 39 A D–60.0 56 75 18 A C 40.9 78 43 94 D B 21.4 68 37 80 C B–22.6 74 78 61 B B+44.6 29 30 30 B C 49.3 94 88 95 C A 36.8 88 58 92 B A 42.0 61 71 58 C C 68.4 49 94 16 E D–34.6 80 68 84 C C+54.6 80 36 82 C A 21.9 65 81 33 A C+34.4 68 87 44 B C+31.6 68 64 58 A C+58.0 57 66 23 A B 48.8

Datascp 1.0 DSCP 40.00 DaVita DVA 51.87 Dentsup .4 r XRAY 40.76 DrReddys .5 RDY 15.25 EdwdLfSci r EW 55.81 Elan ELN 27.47 EndoPhrm r ENDP 23.89 Exactech EXAC 24.05 ExprsScrpt ESRX 70.79 ForestLabs r FRX 33.90 FresenMd 1.2 FMS 53.41 GTxInc GTXI 17.46 GenProbe GPRO 56.81 Genentech r DNA . 68.53 Genomic GHDX 19.16 Genoptixn GXDX . 30.59 GntvaHlth GTIV 18.06 Genzyme r GENZ . 69.54 GileadSci r GILD . 53.64 GivenImg GIVN 16.47 GlaxoSK 4.9 r GSK 43.90 Haemonetic HAE 54.86 HangrOrth HGR 12.00 HealthNet r HNT 28.08 HlthExt HLEX . 28.30 HlthSouth HLS 19.76 HlthSprg r HS 17.76 Healthwys HWAY 31.91 HenrySchn HSIC . 55.17 Hill–Rom 4.0 HRC 28.45 Hologic HOLX 22.18 Hospira HSP 40.99 Humana r HUM 45.46 IPCn IPCM 21.93 IconPLC ICLR 73.01 IderaPhm IDRA 14.54 Idexx Labs r IDXX 51.07 Illumina ILMN 78.57 Imclone IMCL 44.83 Immucor BLUD 27.53 Incyte INCY 10.78 IntgLfSci IART 40.63 Intermune ITMN 15.29 IntSurg

ISRG . 289.1

Invacare .3 IVC 18.89 InvrnsMed IMA 34.56 Invitrogen IVGN 93.55 IRISIntl r IRIS 14.18 IsisPhrm ISIS 11.77 JohnsnJn 2.8 r JNJ 66.55 KVPharmA KVA 24.29 KendleInt KNDL 38.00 KenseyNsh r KNSY 28.72 KindredHl KND 28.42 KineticC KCI 38.05 LHCGroup LHCG 20.48 Laboratory r LH 77.04 LfSciR LSR 26.94 Life Cell LIFC . 50.74 LifepntHos r LPNT 31.90 LillyE 3.9 LLY 48.25 LincareHld LNCR 25.88 Luminex LMNX 19.86 MDSInc r MDZ 19.81 MWIVet MWIV 36.57 MaglnHlth MGLN 36.93 MartekBio MATK 34.96 Masimon MASI 31.65 McKesson .4 MCK 57.26 Medcath r MDTH 19.18 MedcoHlth MHS 49.49 Medicines MDCO 20.04 MedicsPh .7 r MRX 22.35 Medtox MTOX 16.18 Medtron 1.0 r MDT 47.79 Mentor 2.8 r MNT 28.67

+2.34 +46 145 30ê +.06 –56 442 15o +.40 +8 1.4m 23o –.08 –10 221 13ò –.17 –48 262 25ê +.46 +18 4.5m ..o –.34 –28 1.1m 12o –1.74+191 172 28ê –.17 –57 1.3m 27o –.36 –8 3.0m 9o +.51 +4 79 21ê +.30 –23 262 ..ò +.44 +37 689 35o +.21 –42 2.4m 22o –.11 +6 221 ..o +3.51+430 547 28ê +.16 –41 154 13ê +.16 –26 1.9m 19o –.47 –52 4.0m 28o +.23 –72 22 43ò –.49 –18 1.4m 11o –.14 –7 225 26ê –.06 –21 127 17ê –.02 –56 1.3m 9o –.20 –23 241 28o +.44 –18 455 ..o +.15 –39 415 10ê ... –64 309 25o –.03 –30 585 20o –.03 –37 409 9ò –.51 +41 9.5m 19o +.24 –2 1.0m 18o –.62 –44 3.0m 9o –.11 –35 28 ..ê +.91 –64 67 35o –.10 0 80 ..k –.53 –29 292 30o +.08 –62 414 56o +.32 –13 1.4m 32o –.03 –74 281 27ê +.17 –62 507 ..o –.38 –43 149 24ê –.30 –72 209 ..o +1.53 –60 451 70o +.56 –25 316 15ê +2.56+241 5.1m 24o +.71 –53 348 18o +.19 –77 39 30o +.51 +24 2.4m ..ò –.35 –26 8.7m 15o –.11 –69 103 99k –.31 +36 367 22o –.27 –39 43 32ê +.12 –11 303 20o –.19 –56 636 10o +.15 –67 78 14ê +.24 –53 527 17o –.05 –58 22 15ê +.04 –73 392 62o +.40 0 1.1m 14o –.18 –32 4.1m 13o +.36 +22 1.4m 9o +.83 +37 351 ..o +.48 –48 77 50ê +.19 –73 30 25ê +.83 +1 455 16ê +.28 –65 195 42ò +.10 –48 218 41o –.09 –38 1.7m 16o +.92 –53 142 17ê +.28 –51 2.5m 26o –.22 +9 712 35o +2.15+357 3.8m 14o –.15 –66 13 21ê –.08 –20 4.1m 19ò +.80 +62 1.2m 18k

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