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Mar 28, 2010

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS:Is it true the economic recovery is underway ?, March 28, 2010

Let's see what the Dow I brings us this week. It is of the highest importance the following on how the markets react after closing  last Friday the Dow index  in an uptick increase in a 4 consecutive weeks.
But last week increase ended almost flat.

Most influencial analysts in investors' decisions perceive that the crisis finally touched its floor and the confidence of investors are solidly recovered.

Indeed , on the other side of the river there are some clever, stock markets analysts, and  non profit econimic organizations, that  view this uptrend as a  pure  great manipulation of market prices, orchestrated from within the Summit of  the greatest World Economic Powers.

In my opinion there is no solid base to rely upon, therefore anything could happen, abundant data and contrary opinions can be found in this blog . Review it,and carefully, pay close attention  to the unforseeable market reversals or confirmations of  the so called, ¡¡¡ ECOCOMIC RECOVERY!!!.

I prefer to stay as a watchman .

In the meanwhile, I leave  you with a video I selected from RTTNews that summarizes the markets developments in the past week.


       Fernando Guzmán Cavero

India News : Business Standard, Top Stories , March 28, 2010

Business Standard
Sunday, Mar 28, 2010

Top Stories

-Markets edge up as healthcare shines

-Markets to trade in limited range: Analysts

-Five of top-10 cos shed Rs 32,000 cr in m-cap

-Wkly Tech Analysis: Nifty likely to hit 5,350

-Smart recovery in gold on higher global cues


Washington Post. : Economy and Business, March 28th, 2010

Economy Watch
News and analysis with Frank Ahrens.
Steven Pearlstein
Commentary on business and the economy.
Local Address
Elizabeth Razzi on the local real estate market.

Baltimore resident Gloria Snowden thought she had found a way out from under her $10,000 credit card bill when she signed up with a company that promised to negotiate with creditors to settle the debt for less than she owed. She gave the firm access to her savings account and deposited at least $400 each month toward her settlement. But the calls kept coming.




| With the passage of the reconciliation fixes, the health-care reform debate is finally over. But if you're thrilled to hear that, then I also have some bad news: Health-care reform itself is just beginning.

Employers are taking matters into their own hands as they get ready for the 2011 benefit plan year. There's a growing recognition that the health-care bill passed by Congress won't help lower costs in the short term, forcing firms to act on their own if they want to survive.

The health-care bill is more than 2,000 pages long -- with hundreds more to come from regulators filling in the details. It will take years before all the details are set and people can see how the plan will affect their situation.

Money Morning: Ride this 14.23 Trillion "Lie" to an Easy Double, March, 28, 2010

March 28, 2010

Ride this $14.23 Trillion "Lie" to an Easy Double

Wall Street watchdog Peter Schiff has uncovered a massive deception at the very heart of our financial system. If you plan on buying any U.S.-made good within the next 6-12 months, you'll want to read his report. Not only could it save you thousands of dollars... it could easily double your savings starting right now. Just go here for details.

Beware of Eurozone Plans for Greek Debt Bailout
By Keith Fitz-Gerald, Chief Investment Strategist, Money Morning
An old proverb dating back to the Trojan War tells us to "beware of Greeks bearing gifts."

Today, with the fate of the European euro and perhaps even the entire Eurozone region hanging in the balance - and Greece needing a bailout to avoid default on its massive public debt - a more-appropriate warning might be: "Beware of Greeks seeking gifts."

Unfortunately, European finance ministers are looking at a bailout proposal that would amount to little more than an outright gift.

And it's a gift that - in my opinion - should never be given.

Read Full Article

The next "Crude rush" is officially underway

Three of the world's major oil-producing countries are in trouble. Their crude reserves are intact, but they can't get the oil out of the ground. So they're enlisting small service providers to bail them out - to come in and help drill and extract the oil.

The profit potential for these companies - and their shareholders - is huge, as you'll see in this brand-new FREE report from Money Morning contributing analyst Dr. Kent Moors. Get your copy of the report here.

Shaky CBO Deficit Projections Help Healthcare Reform Bill Pass House

By Don Miller, Associate Editor, Money Morning

When the comprehensive healthcare reform bill won approval from the House on Sunday, some of the swing lawmakers were won over by a new Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analysis showing the bill will slash the deficit by over $1.3 trillion over the next 20 years.

But at a time when the U.S. budget is already saddled with hefty doses of red ink, there's a growing debate about whether the new bill will reduce the deficit or evolve into another entitlement program that will expand the country's debt beyond already record levels.

Even though the bill - which President Barack Obama has hailed as the "most significant effort to reduce the deficit since the Balanced Budget Act" of the 1990s - will cost the federal government $940 billion over a ten-year period, the CBO said it will increase revenue and cut other costs by an even greater amount.

Read the Full Story Here

BBC Business News and Videos, March 28th, 2010


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Volvo S60 on display in Los Angeles
Chinese car maker Geely has signed a deal to buy Volvo from US car giant Ford, a Volvo spokesman says.

PM 'weakness' blamed for strikes
David Cameron says that trade unions have "scented weakness" in the government's response to the British Airways strike.

Euro strengthens on Greece deal
The euro strengthens against the dollar and the pound after eurozone leaders agree a financial aid package for Greece.

NYT: Business and Editorials, March, 28th, 2010


Day Traders 2.0: Wired, Angry and Loving It
Day traders are still out there, betting that they can beat the odds and make money. 

And since the recession, many figure they can’t do any worse than Wall Street.

Does This Bank Watchdog Have a Bite?
Critics say John C. Dugan, the comptroller of the currency, often takes positions

that align with the banking industry he regulates.

A Bold U.S. Plan to Help Struggling Homeowners
The new measures are aimed not only at the households that are behind on their

mortgages but at the 11 million that simply owe more on their homes than they are worth.

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Making Haiti Whole
To get it right, the rebuilding of Haiti will need to clear away more than just rubble.

Arms Control’s New Era
A new nuclear weapons accord with Russia strengthens President Obama’s hand

to press for further reductions of the nuclear threat.

An Exceptional Nominee
Conservative critics are taking aim at Goodwin Liu, a highly qualified nominee for 

the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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