After another week of heavy losses in the stock market, the bears held control of TheStreet.com RealMoney Barometer survey for a second week in a row.
The bears got 723, or 47% of the 1,548 votes cast. The bulls came in at 32% with 466 votes, and those who are neutral about the week of Nov. 17-21 cast 329 votes, for 21% of the vote.
In the sectors, commercial banks, precious metals and integrated oil are the ones most expected to rise, while the troubled auto sector was seen as most likely to fall.
Last week, the
lost 4.1%, the
gave back 3.9% and the
edged down 4.3%.
Below are the complete poll results.
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