September 22, 2009 09:07 ET

PowerPlayStocks.com Watches the Market and Reviews Oracle Corp, Dell, Rio Tinto Group and Sun Microsystems

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President Barack Obama and Ben Bernanke are considering letting a first-time home buyers' tax credit expire as scheduled at the end of November. This may cause the recovering housing market to relapse. A weaker housing market would undercut the shares of builders and dampen the economic recovery. The Internal Revenue Service said yesterday that it will extend until October 15 from September 23 the ability of Americans with undeclared offshore accounts at UBS AG and other banks to avoid criminal prosecution and some fines if they disclose their holdings.

The MSCI World Index of 23 developed nations added 0.9 percent at 12:15 p.m. in London, while futures on the Standard & Poor's 500 Index gained 0.7 percent. Stocks rose for the first time in three days after faster economic growth forecasts from the Asian Development Bank provided further evidence the global recovery is accelerating. The dollar fell, while oil and copper advanced. Rio Tinto Group, the world's third-largest mining company, added 4.1 percent in London. BP Plc, Europe's second-biggest oil company, climbed 1.6 percent.

The Chief Executive Officer of Oracle Corp., Larry Ellison said the company is concerned about the delay in approval by European authorities of its planned takeover of Sun Microsystems. Both companies traded slightly lower in yesterdays trading. Oracle fell 5 cents to close at $21.57 in trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market although the stock has gained 22 percent this year. Dell said in a statement that it agreed to buy Perot Systems Corp. Dell, the second-biggest maker of personal computers, offered $30 a share in cash, about 68 percent more than Perot's closing price on Sept. 18.

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