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Sep 16, 2012

ICE FUTURE US -September 16, 2012-: Weekly Analysis of US Equity and Currency Markets.







 


Nick McDonald of Trade With Precision presents a concise technical analysis of these markets for the week ahead, using the Russell 2000® index and the ICE US Dollar Index® as pivotal focuses.

NYT Global Update -September 16, 2012-.

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September 16, 2012

Global Update



TOP NEWS

On U.S. TV, Israeli Leader Makes His Case Against Iran

By STEVEN LEE MYERS
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, appearing on two American talk shows on Sunday, again made his case for the drawing of a "red line" that, if crossed, would trigger military intervention in Iran.

Attack by Fringe Group Highlights the Problem of Libya's Militias

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK, SULIMAN ALI ZWAY and KAREEM FAHIM
Ansar al-Sharia, the brigade of rebel fighters that witnesses say led the attack on the United States diplomatic mission in Benghazi, holds that democracy is incompatible with Islam.

Anti-Japanese Protests Continue in China Over Pacific Islands

By IAN JOHNSON and THOM SHANKER
Demonstrations reported in several cities as the government offered mixed signals on whether it would continue to tolerate the sometimes violent outbursts.
Health

Graphic: A Synthetic Windpipe

Doctors have begun performing surgeries to replace windpipes, or tracheas, with plastic scaffolding seeded with a patient's own cells.
Opinion

Latitude

A Call From The Kremlin

By MASHA GESSEN
Shortly after I was fired as editor for refusing to cover Vladimir Putin's flight with cranes, my phone rang. It was the president.
WORLD

U.S. Is Preparing for a Long Siege of Arab Unrest

By PETER BAKER and MARK LANDLER
The White House is girding itself for an extended period of turmoil that will test the security of American diplomatic missions and President Obama's ability to shape the forces of change in the Arab world.

A U.S. Envoy Who Plunged Into Arab Life

By STEVEN ERLANGER
J. Christopher Stevens, who was killed at a diplomatic mission in Libya, had an affection for Arab culture and street life that made him many friends and contacts.

After Days of Unrest in Muslim World, a Fragile Calm Takes Hold

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and MARC SANTORA
Egyptian security forces, under intense pressure from the United States, arrested hundreds of protesters on Saturday as anti-American protests seemed to subside across the region.
BUSINESS

Thousands Protest Austerity Measures in Spain and Portugal

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
People from all over Spain rallied in the capital on Saturday against punishing austerity measures imposed by the government in response to the financial crisis.

Earnings Outlook in U.S. Dims as Global Economy Slows

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ
The estimated drop in corporate profits comes as hiring in the United States has slowed in recent months, and removes what had been an economic bright spot in an otherwise cloudy picture.

European Bank Overhaul Meets Opposition From Finance Ministers

By JAMES KANTER
A plan by the European Union to overhaul bank supervision and help troubled lenders hit a roadblock at a meeting of finance ministers.
TECHNOLOGY
Digital Domain

Smartphone Ads and Their Drawbacks

By RANDALL STROSS
Marketers are wary of ads on smartphones for a variety of reasons: small screens limit creative options, and apps cannot share as much information about users.
Slipstream

When the Privacy Button Is Already Pressed

By NATASHA SINGER
Some Web browsers have been offering "do not track" options for users who prefer not to have their activity tracked for marketing. Microsoft is taking the idea even further.

Mining the Power (and the Profit) of Conversation

By CHRISTINE LARSON
The Van Heyst Group helps companies organize live events and translate them into print, video and Web products.
SPORTS

Shin, in Challenging Conditions, Wins Women's British Open in a Rout

By KAREN CROUSE
Playing 36 holes on a day that ran the gamut of seasons, Jiyai Shin posted scores of 71-73 to finish at nine under par, nine strokes ahead of fellow South Korean Inbee Park.

For Club, for Country, Forevermore

By ROB HUGHES
Top clubs like Real Madrid and Manchester City are in the middle of a typical mid-September. Some new players have barely settled in, but they journeyed far and wide last week to play for their countries.

Quality Hasn't Met Hype So Far in Rugby Championship

By EMMA STONEY
Eight matches into the inaugural Rugby Championship, the quality of play by the top teams has failed to reach the heights anticipated in a tournament involving the top three sides in the world.
U.S. NEWS
Edgartown Journal

With the Crowds Gone, It's Down to Serious Fishing

By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE
The annual Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby knits a Martha's Vineyard town of 15,000 back together after its residents live among a summer population swelling to 105,000.

Man Is Accused of Jihadist Plot to Bomb a Bar in Chicago

By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ and MARC SANTORA
The man, an American citizen, expressed interest online in carrying out a deadly attack, law enforcement officials said.

A Push for Clemency as an Execution Nears

By JON HURDLE
Thousands of people argue that Terrance Williams, scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on Oct. 3, should be spared in Pennsylvania because he had been sexually abused by his victim.
OPINION
Latitude

A Call From The Kremlin

By MASHA GESSEN
Shortly after I was fired as editor for refusing to cover Vladimir Putin's flight with cranes, my phone rang. It was the president.
Op-Ed Columnist

It's Not About the Video

By ROSS DOUTHAT
The unrest in the Islamic world is more about power politics than blasphemy.
Op-Ed Columnist

The Foreign Relations Fumbler

By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF
If Mitt Romney keeps misfiring on foreign policy, he's going to blow up his presidential credentials.

Hillsborough group calls for new inquests: BBC Breaking News -September 16, 2012-.

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  Breaking News  

Hillsborough group calls for new inquests

The families of those killed in the Hillsborough disaster say they are seeking new inquests and will press for criminal charges.

NYT: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS -September 16, 2012-.



The economy could benefit from two very different events last week: the announcement of the Federal Reserve’s latest bond-buying plan and Apple’s introduction of the iPhone 5.

The recession and its aftermath spell insecurity and hardship for millions of Americans.

What happened to the tacit social prohibition against talking about money?

With Democrats too timid to utter the word “stimulus,” most Americans don’t realize how much they were been helped by the law.

Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have laid out a plan to cut taxes. They have not yet explained why and how it is also an economic-growth plan.

It’s time to forget about the bank that almost destroyed the world.

A reader responds to “Cutting the Deficit, With Compassion” (Economic View, Sept. 9).

Nato air strike kills civilians in Afghanistan: BBC Breaking News -September 16, 2012-.

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  Breaking News  

Nato air strike kills civilians in Afghanistan

Nato says it is investigating how a "tragic loss of life" occurred after an air strike "inadvertently" kills a group of civilians in Afghanistan.

NYT Global Update -September 15, 2012-: U.S. Is Preparing for a Long Siege of Arab Unrest

The New York Times International Herald Tribune
September 15, 2012

Global Update


 
TOP NEWS

U.S. Is Preparing for a Long Siege of Arab Unrest

By PETER BAKER and MARK LANDLER
The White House is girding itself for an extended period of turmoil that will test the security of American diplomatic missions and President Obama's ability to shape the forces of change in the Arab world.

Streets Are Cleared in Cairo; Unrest Toward Film Subsides

By MARC SANTORA
Egyptian security forces, under intense pressure from the United States, arrested scores of protesters on Saturday as anti-American protests seemed to subside across the region.

Man Linked to Film in Protests Is Questioned

By IAN LOVETT
Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, one of the men behind the anti-Muslim film trailer that has sparked violent protests, was taken in for questioning by federal probation officers.
Travel

Slide Show: Latin America Through a Lens

Vibrant hues, playful art and zesty food are all part of this online-only collection of photos from our Latin America issue.
Opinion

Editorial

No Rush to War

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is making a mistake by trying to browbeat President Obama into attacking Iran.
WORLD

A U.S. Envoy Who Plunged Into Arab Life

By STEVEN ERLANGER
J. Christopher Stevens's affection for Arab culture and street life made him many friends and impressive networks of contacts.

Pope Makes Plea for Religious Freedom

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Pope Benedict XVI, speaking in Lebanon amid a wave of violence across the Muslim world, called the freedom fundamental for stability.

A Chinese Leader Returns Amid Tumult

By IAN JOHNSON and JANE PERLEZ
Xi Jinping reappeared on Saturday as diplomatic tensions boiled over with hundreds of demonstrators throwing rocks and eggs at the Japanese Embassy in Beijing.
BUSINESS

American Retailers Face Challenges in Expanding to Canada

By IAN AUSTEN and STEPHANIE CLIFFORD
American retailers extending their reach northward may seem like an obvious move, but until recently, the Canadian market was hard to crack.

European Bank Overhaul Meets Opposition From Finance Ministers

By JAMES KANTER
A plan by the European Union to overhaul bank supervision and help troubled lenders hit a roadblock at a meeting of finance ministers.

Large Anti-Austerity Protests in Spain and Portugal

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Thousands of people took to the streets to protest punishing austerity measures imposed by the financial crisis.
TECHNOLOGY

Forgoing College to Pursue Dreams

By CAITLIN KELLY
Thiel Fellowships pay young people to forgo college and to plunge into real-world projects. So what has become of those who managed to snag fellowships?

Google Has No Plans to Rethink Video Status

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER
Google said it would not comply with a White House request to reconsider the anti-Islam video that has set off violent protests, saying it did not violate its terms of service regarding hate speech.

Twitter Turns Over User's Messages in Occupy Wall Street Protest Case

The social media company gave the messages to a judge but is appealing their provision to prosecutors; the case may have wide effects on law enforcement's access to material placed on the Internet.
SPORTS

Now, Wie Seeking to Be First on the Leader Board

By KAREN CROUSE
Michelle Wie, who started a wave of teenage stars on the women's tour, now wants to be known as a champion golfer. She's at plus-1 after 36 holes at the Women's British Open.

N.H.L. Stands to Lose Many More Games to Labor Dispute

By JEFF Z. KLEIN
With a deadline of midnight Saturday, many see the lockout lasting into December and perhaps beyond.

A Player's Concussion, a Family's Ordeal

By JUDY BATTISTA
Mitch White, a former N.F.L. player, must learn to adjust his life to the effects of a brain injury. He joins more than 3,000 players suing the N.F.L. over concussions.
U.S. NEWS
Edgartown Journal

With the Crowds Gone, It's Down to Serious Fishing

By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE
The annual Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby knits a Martha's Vineyard town of 15,000 back together after its residents live among a summer population swelling to 105,000.

Role-Playing at the Range, Bin Laden in Their Sights

By STEVEN YACCINO
The Sealed Mindset gun range in suburban Minneapolis offers the pricey role-playing experience of killing Osama bin Laden.

A Push for Clemency as an Execution Nears

By JON HURDLE
Thousands of people argue that Terrance Williams, scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on Oct. 3, should be spared in Pennsylvania because he had been sexually abused by his victim.
OPINION
Op-Ed Contributor

Under Syrian Shells

By BARAK BARFI
In a battered Syrian village, hopes for foreign intervention fade while jihadists multiply.
Op-Ed Columnist

The iPhone Stimulus

By PAUL KRUGMAN
If you think sales of the latest iPhone will help the economy, then you should support the government stepping in and doing more, too.
Op-Ed Contributor

What Libya Lost

By ETHAN CHORIN
I was going to meet with Ambassador Stevens on a project that was the kind of partnership that he believed could help Libya move beyond decades of stagnation and despotism.