Showing posts from May, 2010

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS.-The Japan Times: Business.- Wen open to treaty to end gas field row. (Japan June, 1rst., 2010)

Tuesday, June 1, 2010 Wen open to treaty to end gas field row Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao agrees to begin bilateral negotiations on a treaty over gas fields in the East China Sea. Hatoyama finds SDP joining his foes The Hatoyama administration finds itself in an increasingly tight spot after the Social Democratic Party signals it would side with a no-confidence motion against the Cabinet. JAL ends all flights in and out of Kobe Japan Airlines terminates all of its flights at Kobe Airport as part of its restructuring. Hoped-for Chinese stand against North not in cards Marine move to Guam facing five-year delay Groups push for better refugee treatment Court throws out lawsuit to halt two nuclear reactors in Matsue Aussies cool down toward Japan U.S. teen preps for Spelling Bee finals Provincial areas experiencing doctor shortages Japan vows forest conservation support to fight climate change Ukraine receives 'peace stone' Monday, May 31, 2010 SDP d

Asian Stocks Fall on Japan Political Concern; Toyota, Sony Drop - "By Masaki Kondo and Satoshi Kawano. (Japan June 1rst., 2010)

Asian Stocks Fall on Japan Political Concern; Toyota, Sony Drop - : "By Masaki Kondo and Satoshi Kawano June 1 (Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks fell, extending the MSCI Asia Pacific Index’s biggest monthly drop since October 2008, as speculation over the future of Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama dragged the country’s equities lower. Toyota Motor Corp., Japan’s largest automaker, sank 1.4 percent. Sony Corp., which gets 69 percent of its sales outside Japan, dropped 1.5 percent as a stronger yen threatened to hurt the value of overseas revenue. Tokyo Electric Power Co. led gains among utilities after Goldman Sachs Group Inc. upgraded the stock. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index declined 0.4 percent to 113.04 as of 10:20 a.m. in Tokyo, with more than two stocks gaining for each that fell. Japan’s Nikkei 225 Stock Average lost 0.8 percent before a meeting between Hatoyama and Ichiro Ozawa, secretary-general of the ruling party, to discuss the party’s

European Stocks May See Cautious Start.

European Market Updates European Stocks May See Cautious Start : "European Stocks May See Cautious Start 5/31/2010 2:25 AM ET TOP MARKET NEWS Apple Sells More Than Two Mln IPads In 59 Days - Update Euro Mixed Against Majors Emerging Countries Strengthen World Economy, Central Bankers Say Canadian Dollar Eases Against Most Majors Gold Fields Chairman Alan Wright To Retire; Names Mamphela Ramphele Successor - Update (RTTNews) - European stocks may open on a flat to slightly subdued note Monday, weighed by a negative close on Wall Street Friday after the downgrade of Spain's credit rating. That said, sentiment could be aided by higher U.S stock futures, rising oil prices and gains in Asia Monday. The major U.S averages lost around a percent each on Friday after ratings agency Fitch downgraded Spain's credit rating. However, the Dow futures are now rising by 46 points. The U.S. markets will remain shut today for the 'Memorial Day' Holiday. The U.K

ABC NEWS AUSTRALIA: Offshore direction lacking for the local market.- June 1rst, 2010

GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS The Australian stock market is poised for a fall, with Wall Street and London both closed overnight. Offshore direction lacking for the local market By finance reporter Lexi Metherell Posted June 1, 2010 07:18:00 Investors on the local market will be taking their cues today largely from official data and from the Reserve Bank's decision, with both London and New York stock exchanges closed overnight for public holidays. Tags: business-economics-and-finance , finance-markets , stockmarket , futures-markets , currency-markets , australia , united-states , european-union Rates predicted to stay on hold The Reserve Bank board is tipped to leave the official cash rate unchanged at 4.5 per cent when it meets today. Tags: business-economics-and-finance , money-and-monetary-policy , australia House prices stall on rate pressures Home price growth has slowed dramatically after more than a year of strong gains, as s

REUTERS: Daily Investor Today : ECB warns of more bank loan losses. May 31rst., 2010

If you are having trouble viewing this email or would like to view it in your web browser, CLICK HERE Good evening Fernando, MON 31 May 2010  ECB warns of more bank loan losses Euro inches up while stocks remain flat after warning Gulf oil spill threat widens, BP shares drop May retail sales seen up but spending erratic Swiss report slams government over UBS crisis G20 ministers to discuss Europe at Korea G20 meeting Strike-hit Honda sees some progress on China output Global rebound anemic: Roubini Oil above $74 on wider rally, down 14 percent in May Bernanke, Trichet see key emerging economies role Business Update: Asia eyes Europe China, Japan play economic ball iPad-mania goes international ECB warns of more bank loan losses May 31, 2010 04:27 PM ET FRANKFURT/MADRID (Reuters) - The European Central Bank warned on Monday that euro zone banks face up to 1