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FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch - Industry - Financial Services.- Stocks to Watch Thursday, "Constellation Fr..June 30th., 2010

INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Stocks to Watch: Stocks to watch Thursday: Constellation, Franklin   By Rebecca L. McClay MarketWatch 6/30/2010 7:50:00 PM Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trading on Thursday are Constellation Brands, Smith & Wesson and Yahoo.  See full story House OKs sweeping bank-reform bill for big banks   By Ronald D. Orol MarketWatch 6/30/2010 7:15:00 PM After making changes to appease moderate Republicans in the Senate, the lower chamber approves the most significant shake-up of the regulation of U.S. banks since the Great Depression.  See full story Yahoo sets $3 billion stock repurchase program   By John Letzing MarketWatch 6/30/2010 6:19:00 PM Yahoo Inc. says its board of directors has authorized a program to repurchase up to $3 billion of the company's stock over the next three years.  See full story

MarketWatch: Personal Finance Stories. June 30th., 2010

Personal Finance Daily JUNE 30, 2010 Wednesday's Personal Finance stories By MarketWatch Don't miss these top stories: Six ways for small-business owners to save New deadline for home-buyer credit nears approval Portfolio moves you should make now Private-sector employment tepid An easy way to set your financial goals Everyone's got their own tips and tricks for saving money. I remember a few years ago one of our columnists wrote about the wisdom of using less toilet paper to save money. We haven't really embraced that concept at my house, but we have been eating in a lot more (that may have more to do with loving our new kitchen than with a desire to save money, but the savings are a wonderful side effect). When it comes to cutting costs, you do what you can when you need to, right? So why not change to a smaller type font before printing anything, as a way to save on paper (it's good for the environment, too)? That's j

:7ABCNews : Australia Busines.- Gold ore mining to Begin in Gulf.June 30th., 2010 7:08p.m. GMT - 5

Gold ore mining to begin in Gulf A gold exploration company in Queensland's Gulf of Carpentaria is planning to start mining in the next few months. Mine suspends work after shuttle car accident Operations at a central Queensland coal mine have been suspended after two workers were badly injured in a shuttle car accident at the weekend. University faces foreign application drop The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) could face a drop of up to 25 per cent in international enrolments as a result of the Government's new immigration rules which come into effect today.

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : U.S. Markets at Close. June 30th., 2010

U.S. MARKETS AT CLOSE : Market Snapshot Indices Movers Futures Movers Index Last Change %Change   DJIA 9,774.02 -96.28 0.98% Nasdaq 2,109.24 -25.94 1.21%   S&P 500 1,030.71 -10.53 1.01%   FOX 50 753.66 -8.07 1.06%  

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch - Industry Financial Services- Financial stocks rebound in financial wednesday

INDUSTRY-- FINANCIAL SERVICES Financial Stocks: Citi, AIG lead rebound in financials Wednesday   By April H. Lee MarketWatch 6/30/2010 11:00:00 AM Shares of American International Group Inc. and Citigroup Inc. lead a rebound for financials in morning activity, recouping some of the losses seen Tuesday.  See full story

FOX BUSINESS: Markets Flatline on Mixed Data, Euro. June 30th., 2010

There's No Business Like FOX Business Wall Street bounced off its lows and alternated between gains and losses Wednesday morning as a gloomy ADP report on private-sector job growth was offset by a more upbeat regional report and a rallying euro. Today’s Markets As of 10:30 a.m. ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.72 points, or 0.03%, to 9867.73, the Standard & Poor's 500 rose 1.74 points, or 0.17%, to 1042.98 and the Nasdaq Composite picked up 6.89 points, or 0.33%, to 2142.30. The FOX 50 dropped 0.40 points, or 0.05%, to 761.33. In a reversal of the news flow for much of this year, upbeat overseas news on the European banking system was overshadowed by the gloomy labor headlines on the domestic economy. However, the bearish data may have already been factored into the beaten-down markets, especially considering Tuesday’s 268-point plunge. “There’s a fairly large disconnect between what the economists are looking for and what the ma

REal Clear Politics: June 30th., 2010

Real Clear Politics Wednesday Why Obama's Economic Policies Aren't Working - Allan Meltzer, WSJ Bet on Private Sector Could Prove Risky - David Leonhardt, New York Times Financial Overhaul Is Politics in Worst Sense - Richard Posner, Bloomberg Cutting Stimulus Puts Recovery at Risk - Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times Spend, Baby, Spend - David Harsanyi, Denver Post Obama's Big Oil Spill Bungle - Dick Morris, The Hill A Split-Screen Tale of Two Generals - Maureen Dowd, New York Times The Conflict Obama Must Resolve - Michael Goodwin, New York Post Vapid? Hollow? Kagan Nails It - Roger Simon, Politico Kagan's Charm Shines Through - Dahlia Lithwick, Slate Attack Kagan's Thin Resume Already! - Paul Campos, The Daily Beast Obama Ignores the Dangers of Radical Islam - Daniel Pipes, Jerusalem Post The Myth of Modern Jihad - Robert Wright, New York Times James Madison & Mainstream Legal Thought - Tony Blankley, Wash Times Gun S

RTTNews: Daily Market Analysis : Weak Jobs Data May Lead To Lackluster Session On Wall Street. June 30th., 2010

Daily Market Analysis Wed Jun 30 09:26 2010   Jun 30, 2010 Weak Jobs Data May Lead To Lackluster Session On Wall Street - RTTNews Daily Market Analysis The major U.S. index futures are pointing to modestly lower opening on Wednesday, with the early enthusiasm reflected by a modest gain by the futures evaporating following the release of ADP's private sector employment report. The report showed that the private sector added fewer than expected jobs in June. Although markets may take cues from the direction of oil prices and the ISM-Chicago's manufacturing purchasing managers' index, some buying may not be ruled out, given the oversold levels. Full Article

RTTNews: Morning Market Briefing: .- Stocks May Open Higher Amid Calming News On Euro Bank Health - U.S. Commentary. June 30th., 2010

Morning Market Briefing Wed Jun 30 09:01 2010   Commentary Jun?30,?2010 Stocks May Open Higher Amid Calming News On Euro Bank Health - U.S. Commentary Stocks are poised for a slightly higher open on Wednesday, as European banks borrowed less than expected from the European Central Bank, calming some fears over the health of the region's banks. However, optimism is being limited by disappointing U.S. private payroll figures. The major index futures are all in positive territory, with the Dow futures up by 20 points. Full Article Economic News Jun?30,?2010 U.K. June House Price Inflation Eases More Than Expected: Nationwide U.K. house prices rose less than expected in June as the supply of property coming to the market increased amid the abolition of the Home Information Packs, while demand remained broadly stable. Full Article Jun?30,?2010 ADP Says Private Sector Added 13,000 Jobs In June With the data likely to add to recent concerns about the outlook

Wonkbook : Bank fee replaced with other bank fees; a utilities-only carbon price? June 30th., 2010

    Wonkbook: Bank fee replaced with other bank fees; a utilities-only carbon price? In a last-ditch attempt to secure Scott Brown's vote, FinReg conferees have scrapped a $19 billion bank fee intended to pay for the bill's implementation and replaced it with TARP money and a hike in FDIC fees. That means small banks, not just large banks and large hedge funds, will be on the hook for implementation. Meanwhile, a White House summit on climate policy ended without agreement, but with Obama reiterating a commitment to carbon pricing and various senators -- including, crucially, Olympia Snowe -- moving towards a utilities-only cap-and-trade bill. Elena Kagan had a calm first day of testimony, and did offer some insight into how she'd judge different issues. Oh, and the Supreme Court ruled that the McCain-Feingold Act's ban on "soft" money campaign expenditures is constitutional. It was a busy day. Look forward, the Senate is going to try

FOX BUSINESS: Breaking News .-PRIVATE SECTOR ADDS 13,000 JOBS IN JUNE. June 30th., 2010

Hiring Still Weak Private employers added a paltry 13,000 jobs in June, compared to a revised gain of 57,000 in May. THE MOST POWERFUL NAME IN BUSINESS NEWS House Backs Homebuyer Tax Credit Is the World Broke? The House approved giving extra time to homebuyers wanting a federal tax credit. WATCH Is D.C. Headed in the Wrong Direction? Wall Street Points Green Futures were indicating a positive opening after less the stellar news from the private sector. China to Decide Google's License New Cleanup Blow: Hurricane Alex The season's first Atlantic hurricane is disrupting cleanup of BP's massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. WATCH Seafood Industry on Life Support AIG,Goldman: Bad Breakup? The firms face two days of questioning about their destructive relationship that contributed to the crisis. Democrats Mount Final Reform Push Democrats could bring the sweeping bill up for a vote in the House today, w

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch.- Industry- Financial Services: Beijing's ICBC to Enter U.S. Real Estae Lending. June 30th., 2010.

INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Beijing's ICBC to enter U.S. real estate lending   By MarketWatch 6/30/2010 7:36:00 AM Industrial & Commercial Bank of China is plans to offer loans of more than $100 million to commercial clients, according to a published report.  See full story Weak demand for ECB 3-month loans eases worries   By William L. Watts MarketWatch 6/30/2010 5:46:00 AM Euro-zone banks were less eager than expected to tap a European Central Bank three-month loan facility on Wednesday, easing liquidity-related fears about the health of the financial sector.  See full story

Money Morning: The only two Latin America countries to buy into now.... June 30th., 2010

  June 30, 2010 48 American States Have Secretly Transformed Themselves into New Rogue-Trading ENRONs... And now they're about to blow up one of Mom & Pop's favorite financial retirement sanctuaries... When it goes, it will take down Blue-Chip Stocks... Bonds... Money Markets... CDs... (and even your neighborhood) with it... But if you retreat to these 6 Ponzi-Proof investments right now , your wealth could multiply 3-5 fold, even as millions of Americans watch their retirement accounts go up in smoke. It's Time to Invest in Chile and Colombia - Latin America's Reigning 'Good Guys' By Martin Hutchinson, Contributing Editor, Money Morning For decades, investors with an interest in Latin America were essentially limited to two choices: Invest in countries that were moderately badly run; or invest in countries that were truly dreadfully run. Most recently, it's been the "dreadfully run" group that seems to

NYT: Business.- In U.S. Bailout of A.I.G., Forgiveness for Big Banks . June 30th., 2010

Business In U.S. Bailout of A.I.G., Forgiveness for Big Banks By LOUISE STORY and GRETCHEN MORGENSON Documents indicate that federal regulators ignored recommendations to force banks that did business with A.I.G. to accept losses on the deals. Circuit Breaker Kicks In, Stopping Trades of Citigroup By GRAHAM BOWLEY Trading was paused for five minutes after a large trade was posted at a price 12.7 percent lower than the previous trade. Bank Fee Is Eliminated in Financial Bill By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN Congressional negotiators voted down a tax on big banks, instead adopting a new plan to pay the legislation’s cost. • More Business News

Telegraph:: Finance.- FTSE 100 marks time after global stock Market Rout

FTSE 100 marks time after global stock market rout London's index of leading shares opened up 0.2pc but remained below the psychologically important 5,000 level. Banks shares were under pressure ahead of today's refinancing deadline of the loans provided by the European Central Bank (ECB) during the financial the financial crisis.   Related Articles Warning signals of a double-dip recession flash across the world FTSE 100 joins in global market tumble Asia extends global stock market rout Jeremy Warner: is this stock market dip here to stay? UK has one-in-three chance of unforced rate rise Ed Conway's blog Barclays, Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland were down between 0.8pc and 1.4pc in early trading, amid concerns that the ECB may be reducing emergency financial support to banks too soon.