June 28, 2009 19:55 ET

MicroCapster.com: A Week in Review (June 22-26, 2009)

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - June 28, 2009) - MicroCapster.com, a premier micro cap research firm, provides a small cap and penny stock review for June 22 - 26, 2009.

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The week in review.

The week that was opened with the markets taking a beating after the World Bank lowered its economic forecast, predicting the global economy would contract by almost 3% in 2009.

On Wednesday, the US Commerce Department reported that durable goods were up and that the larger than expected increase suggested that the economy may be recovering.

The Fed held interest rates steady, but issued a warning that - not surprisingly - they're a little concerned about inflation.

On Thursday, the Labour Department released its stats indicating that weekly jobless claims rose apparently indicating that hope of a coming recovery remains premature.

Investors reacted by driving the markets up almost back to where they were before the carnage on Monday.

On Friday the Commerce Department told us that consumer spending was up a little, but that it was in line with expectations. It did, however, represent the first gain since February. The Commerce Department also noted that incomes rose by more than they had projected as did personal savings rates.

Next week, in spite of a short week due to the coming holidays, there are many things to keep an eye on.

Data on consumer confidence and home prices will be released on Tuesday.

Tuesday is also the official end of the second quarter and a time when many companies enter their quiet period until their financials are released.

On Wednesday there are a raft of reports scheduled for release that cover data regarding construction spending, manufacturing, oil inventories and auto sales.

Thursday's labour report is expected to be news, but given last week's Thursday rally after bad news from the Labour Department, analysts are divided on what to expect.

So what are we to make of all of this?

- The markets swung wildly last week and different reports are sending mixed signals about where the economy is heading.

- Analysts are divided, opinions vary widely and the situation seems to change day to day.

- The point is that there is a lot to keep track of to stay ahead of the curve and you don't have a lot of time.

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