JZX Update Mar, 03, 2011

Volatility was February’s theme as injury affected market mobility and sport assets. Exchange volumes where high with price fluctuations showing a willingness to express new highs and lows. Overall confidence remained stuck in a waxing waning cycle with risk appetite growing as a result of market boredom.

Leading the month’s gainers were isolation stocks like Z Reclusive Corp that profited greatly from winter climate conditions and immobility. Also benefiting from cold evasion and immobility issues was the tech sector lead by Z Programming Technology. Z Snob Corp. shares finished the month strong after a tour of the Parisian art galleries resulted in the feeling of hit your head against the wall. The entertainment sector also finished the month well as a string of tyrannical dream releases amused market sentiment greatly. The arm sector of the JZBE^ got pumped up following new athletic exchange developments. Gains are expected to grow and expend into next month.

J Running Transport shares had a difficult month as the market was crippled by ligament and tendon problems. The company’s management took prompt action to stop the slide in stock value by creating a swimming section. Resulting from the news Fatty Tissue Corp shares shed almost 8% while O Abdomius Corp. gained sexiness. Once again having a difficult month were kitchen related stocks as production quality continued to over or under cook investor appreciation. Zust Watching the game Corp. is down as its Z Importance Rating has been downgraded going into the offseason and a less than stellar performance from the markets sports teams A.K.A (NY Rangers & Giants). The biggest surprise loser of the month was in the cool sector as nerdness begins to win over the market following the rise in Z Programming. The ZRB^ is watching the situation closely.

Treasuries saw little movement in long-term instruments as inflation remains in the desired range. Short term capital was not so lucky sliding to their lowest levels on record. The bank hopes to address the problem by allowing the public to contribute their sentiments with the goal of expanding information input and representing a broader opinion.