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FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS To His Readers (December 25, 2012)

Dear Readers: From December 26th 2012 to January 2nd 2013, we are taking a short break in our daily financial information service. Please, help us to  improve our daily  informative by sending any suggestion that you may consider , according to your preferences , for us to  incorporate  or that we are  missing We wish you the Merriest Christmas and the Happiest New Year.             Fernando Guzmán Cavero                                             Stay Tune

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA -FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS (December 25, 2012). Stock Markets Quiet as Traders Await a Budget Deal

Alert Name: FGC BOLSA- FGC FIN December 25, 2012 Compiled:  Stock Markets Quiet as Traders Await a Budget Deal By NATHANIEL POPPER (NYT)  With Washington policy makers off for Christmas, stock trading was light, but analysts kept their eyes glued to their laptops for news.  More Articles On This Topic »

RTTNews Morning Market Briefing:(December 25, 2012). Vietnam 2012 Growth At 13-year Low

Economic News Vietnam's economy grew at the weakest pace in 13 years during this year as the country's banking system remains hurt by high bad debts and slow lending. According to figures released on Monday by the General Statistics Office, gross domestic product rose 5.03 percent this year, the weakest pace since 1999, and slower than the 5.89 percent expansion logged in 2011. (Dec 25, 2012) Full Article Vietnam 2012 Growth At 13-year Low

Money Show Today's Releases for Investors and Traders (December 25, 2012).: Breakout Time for Gold?

TODAY'S RELEASES FOR INVESTORS & TRADERS   Today's Top Pros' Top Picks This Stock Prepares for Mature Growth , Ian Wyatt Guru's Views and Strategies Breakout Time for Gold? , Lawrence Williams Tips for Traders Triangulating the Markets , staff at Trading Idea of the Day 5 Stocks About to Get Mauled by Bears? , Chris Lau Today's Featured Videos & Exclusive Interviews The New Paranormal Economy , Jim Jubak 2 Power Trends You Can't Switch Off , Chris Versace Why the Fiscal Cliff Could Be Good for the US Dollar , Kathy Lien How to Prepare for the Next Big Market Move , Toni Turner Why You Should Trade Options , Dan Passarelli Trading NYSE vs. NASDAQ Stocks , Adrian Manz

MarketWatch | Asian Markets at Close Report (December 25, 2012).: Asia stocks stage Christmas rally

By Michael Kitchen , MarketWatch  LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) — Strong gains surfaced in the few Asian stock markets open Tuesday for Christmas, with Tokyo jumping on a weakened yen, and Shanghai rallying on a sharp advance for realtors and banks.  Reuters Enlarge Image Tokyo window cleaners dressed as Santa Claus prepare to work during a hotel Christmas event. Japan’s Nikkei Stock Average JP:100000018 +1.41%  climbed 1.4% as investors returned from a three-day weekend for the Emperor’s Birthday, while Taiwan’s Taiex XX:Y9999 +1.34%  advanced 1.3%.  The Shanghai Composite Index

NYT Today's Headlines (December 25, 2012).: Real and Virtual Firearms Nurture a Marketing Link

December 25, 2012 Today's Headlines TOP NEWS Real and Virtual Firearms Nurture a Marketing Link By BARRY MEIER and ANDREW MARTIN The makers of firearms and the producers of violent video games have quietly forged a mutually beneficial marketing relationship. No Easy Route if Assad Opts to Go, or to Stay, in Syria By ANNE BARNARD and HWAIDA SAAD President Bashar al-Assad's meeting with a United Nations envoy on Monday raised questions about how the Syrian leader will choose to respond to mounting pressure to step down.  Graphic : An Update on the Assad Inner Circle Battered Seaside Haven Recalls Its Trial by Fire By N. R. KLEINFIELD Ranking among the most devastating residential fires in New York City history, the fires that enveloped the community of Breezy Point, Queens, left a hole in the heart of this genial shore community. • Home Page » QUOTATION OF THE DAY "No one really cares. Your father

MarketWatch | Wall Street at Close report (December 24, 2012).: U.S. stocks slide with no budget pact in sight

By Kate Gibson , MarketWatch  NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — U.S. stocks fell on Monday, extending losses into a second session, on worries that President Barack Obama and congressional leaders will not be able to reach agreement to avert steep spending cuts and tax hikes set to start next month .  Outlook 2013: Euro-zone crisis A default by Greece remains a risk while Italy and Spain could pose problems. “There are very few days left in this calendar year, and the rhetoric out of Washington is they are hopeful, yet there is no progress towards getting a deal done,” said Robert Pavlik, chief market strategist at Banyan Partners.  “A lot of folks are fed up with these politicians not being able to work for the benefit of their constituents. We’re telling Europe one thing and we can’t get our own house in order,” he added. The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office forecasts the economy would go into a recession in t

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH (December 24, 2012). : In gold's own country -- Kerala, India

In gold's own country -- Kerala, India Submitted by cpowell on 05:06AM ET Monday, December 24, 2012. Section: Daily Dispatches By T.P. Sreenivasan The New York Times Monday, December 24, 2012 KERALA, India -- Lord Padmanabha, the presiding deity of Thiruvananthapuram, also known as Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala, who is depicted as reclining on a gigantic snake, Anantha, suddenly went up in the estimation of his devotees recently, when it was discovered that he has an inestimable treasure of gold in his custody. Kerala values nothing more than gold, and it is comforting for the people of the state to know that their erstwhile rulers too had a fascination for the yellow metal, which they stored in the temple as an offering and as an insurance against famine. The innumerable jewelry shops around the temple and elsewhere in Kerala may be handling as much gold as the temple has ac

Reuters | Deals Today (December 24, 2012).

Insight: Security fears dogged Canada debate on China energy bid OTTAWA (Reuters) - In September, two months after China's state-owned CNOOC Ltd made an unexpected $15.1 billion bid for Canadian energy company Nexen Inc, Canada's spy agency told ministers that takeovers by Chinese companies may threaten national security   ITV to buy majority stake in Gurney Productions of U.S. (Reuters) - Britain's ITV Plc said it will buy a 61.5 percent stake in U.S.-based Gurney Productions, which makes reality programs, for $40 million to boost its production business in the United States. India and Russia seal new defense deals, trumpet partnership NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India agreed to buy dozens of Russian military helicopters and kits for the assembly of Sukhoi jets at a summit in New Delhi on Monday, where the leaders of both countries reaffirmed their commitment to a strategic partnership.   LSE cuts LCH.Clearnet offer by a quarter LONDON

Financial and Forex Info | Kitco Hourly Market Report (December 24, 2012).

Hourly Market Report 24-12-12 Metals Bid Ask Change High Low Gold 1663.80 1664.80 + 6.80 + 0.41 % 1666.80 1655.80 Silver 30.20 30.30 + 0.24 + 0.80 % 30.46 29.93 Platinum 1542.00 1550.00 + 7.00 + 0.46 % 1593.00 1535.00 Palladium 683.00 689.00 + 6.00 + 0.89 % 694.00 679.00 Rhodium 1100.00 1200.00 + 0.00 + 0.00 % 1125.00 1100.00

Money Show Daily Alert Special Edition (December 24, 2012).:

  TODAY'S RELEASES FOR INVESTORS & TRADERS Today's Top Pros' Top Picks Profit from Green Shoots in Nuclear , Benjamin Shepherd Guru's Views and Strategies Outsmart Health-Care Costs , Bob Carlson Tips for Traders The Glitch Who Stole the Mind That Trades , Rande Howell Trading Idea of the Day Drilling Down on Oil , staff of EconMatters Today's Featured Videos & Exclusive Interviews 2013 Outlook for Global Growth , Jim Jubak Revenge of the Income Trust , Roger Conrad An Energy Trend That Runs Deep , Elliott Gue Hope Is Not a Trading Plan , Toni Turner Benefiting From Consistent Losers , Tim Knight EUR/USD—Tips and Trading Strategies , Kathy Lien

MarketWatch | U.S. Market Stocks Future IndIndications.: U.S. stock futures sink on fiscal-cliff fears

By William L. Watts , MarketWatch  FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) — Worries over the fiscal cliff were set to rob Wall Street of Christmas cheer Monday, with stock index futures pointing to a lower start for what will be a shortened preholiday session .  Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJH3 -0.26% fell 39 points, or 0.3%, to 13,097. S&P 500 futures SPH3 -0.33% dropped 5.6 points, or 0.4%, to 1,420.30, while Nasdaq 100 futures NDH3 -0.43% moved down 11.5 points, or 0.4%, to 2,649. Can Acer's $99 tablet compete? Taiwan PC maker Acer plans to release a low-cost tablet