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FirstAlert: 8-10:30 A.M. Investrend / Bestcalls

March 12, 2009 (FinancialWire) -- Conference calls scheduled at 8 to 10:30 a.m. on Investrend Broadcast via partner BestCalls include Simcere Pharmaceutical Group (NYSE: SCR), Sola International Inc. (NYSE: SOL), E-House China Holdings Limit (NYSE: EJ), IMAX Corporation USA (NASDAQ: IMAX), LIN TV Corp. (NYSE: TVL), Cinemark Holdings Inc. (NYSE: CNK), NxStage Medical Inc. (NASDAQ: NXTM), Safeguard Scientifics Inc (NYSE: SFE), Gartner Inc. (NYSE: IT), Brigham Exploration Company (NASDAQ: BEXP), Interstate Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: IHR), Brigham Exploration Company (NASDAQ: BEXP), Synta Pharmaceuticals Corp. (NASDAQ: SNTA), Mannatech Inc. (NASDAQ: MTEX), Global Partners LP (NYSE: GLP), TBS International Limited (NASDAQ: TBSI), CECO Environmental Corp. (NASDAQ: CECE).

Conference calls are often impacted by market trends, geopolitical conditions, news coming from conferences and economic releases.

Another Shot (By Philip Holmes) -- Stocks eked out a small victory on Wednesday, as investors built a small extension onto Tuesday's rally. There was another piece of good news from a big bank to chew on, but little else to cause joy as the market braces for fresh unemployment and retail numbers on Thursday. Tuesday's strong finish was due in large part to an unexpectedly favorable report from Citigroup, who claimed to be profitable in January and February. JPMorgan Chase followed with a similar report on Wednesday. The U.S. Treasury Department beat Wall Street expectations by posting a February deficit of $192.78 billion. The Street had been expecting $230 billion. There was also some favorable word about Hewlett Packard, (upgraded) and Apple (new iPhone). But there the trail of good news grows cold. Office supplies retailer Staples posted a 14% sales decline and said it expects more weak results through the end of the year. National Semiconductor said it would axe over 1,700 employees after saying if expects its fourth-quarter sales to drop by 5% to 10%. Thursday's numbers for new jobless claims and retail sales numbers are not expected to be encouraging.

The Investrend Earnings Calendar features Cardiac Science (NASDAQ: CSCX), expected at $0.09; Internap (NASDAQ: INAP), expected at $0.04; Interstate Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: IHR), expected at $0.24; Luxottica (NYSE: LUX), expected at $0.18.

The Investrend Economics Calendar lists Retail Sales for February (8:30 a.m.), Weekly Initial Jobless Claims (8:30 a.m.), Business Inventories for January (10 a.m.), Treasury auctions 30-year bonds (1 p.m.).

The Investrend Events Calendar showcases AZO, WRC, UA, HD at Bank of America Securities Consumer Conference; CBT 2009 Annual Meeting of Shareholders; CNK, RGC, MVL, MCS at Gabelli & Company Movie Industry Conference; FSLR at Oppenheimer Alternative Energy 1-on-1 Conference; IT Investor Day; ITT Annual Shareholders Meeting; PMC, FICL at Noble Financial Capital Markets Conference; SKM Shareholders Meeting; TSYS, DMAN, N, DBD at Wedbush Morgan Securities Conference; TYC International General Meetings; UTX Annual Analysts and Portfolio Managers Meeting.

The Investrend Money Index is an indicator of the depth of market direction or indirection. While not always including the same stocks, the NYSE/NASDAQ 50 Most Actives indicate the direction in which the mass of money is flowing. Last session's trading showed 34 advancers versus 15 decliners and one unchanged. Advancers were led by Us Bancorp (NYSE: USB) up 8.95%, Goldman Sachs Grp (NYSE: GS) up 8.34%, Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) up 8.01%, Financial Bull 3x (NYSE: FAS) up 7.67%, Citigroup Inc (NYSE: C) up 6.21%. Decliners followed Dryships Inc. (NASDAQ: DRYS) down 8.53%, Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB) down 6.67%, Dow Chemical (NYSE: DOW) down 6.40%, Huntington Bancshares Incorpora (NASDAQ: HBAN) down 6.02%.

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