September 29, 2009 11:12 ET Continues to Watch the Market and Reports on Citigroup Inc, Bank of America Corp, Ford Motor Company, iBrands Corp.

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Low borrowing costs and government tax credits for first-time buyers have helped lift home sales for much of this year, helping to slow the decline in prices. Growing stability in real-estate values and rising stock prices may be helping set the stage for a recovery in the consumer spending which accounts for two thirds of the economy. Fed policy makers last week said they would keep the benchmark lending rate near zero "for an extended period," while noting that the economy and housing had strengthened. Gains in share prices, along with a slower pace of job losses and a more stable housing market, have all helped boost consumer confidence. The economy lost 216,000 jobs in August, the least in a year, the Labor Department reported on September 4.

Citigroup Inc, Bank of America, Ford Motor Company and AIG. in addition to the many small-cap stocks remain on our watch list. The financial sector is showing strength again today after have a strong trading session on Monday. Citigroup closing up 4.3% to $4.57 yesterday while Bank of America closed at $17.22 up 3.7%. Ford Motor climbed nicely up 2.7% to $7.49 but is trading lower at the open of trading Tuesday. Both Wells Fargo and AIG followed others in the financial sector and also closed higher on Monday. The climbs in these share prices are in contrast to possible added regulation on executive pay. The G-20 leaders, including U.S. President Barack Obama, U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama, at last week's summit agreed on a plan to better align economic policies and build banks' capital buffers. They also vowed to keep stimulus measures in place until growth takes root and to narrow disparities in trade and savings.

This past weekend, ProStockMonitor alerted our subscribers to micro-cap company iBrands Corp (OTC:IBRC). The stock climbed 300% yesterday before the company issued strong news after the market closed. Today, this stock is up again climbing over $.05. We feel that the micro-cap market has been trading very well and has delivered many impressive performances so we are keeping our eyes on what we think will be some very exciting opportunities. ProStockMonitor Investment Report conducts comprehensive research, in depth due diligence and technical analysis to provide our subscribers with active stocks that are typically overlooked by the typical Wall Street brokers. Our FREE reports at include breaking news, volume alerts, recent 52-week highs/lows, technical breakouts, and other market driving information. ProStockMonitor provides our subscribers with research on potential huge movers in the micro-cap sector. ProStockMonitor delivers this information before the rest of the market has noticed these stocks.

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