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Jul 1, 2013

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Millions in Egypt demand president's resignation, military ready to step in : RTAmerica; July 01, 2013.


Published on Jul 1, 2013
On Monday, the fifth week of whistleblower Bradley Manning's trial continued in Fort Meade, Maryland. The prime focus of the court-martial has been the 250,000 State Department diplomatic cables that the Army private handed over to WikiLeaks. Prosecutors are arguing that al-Qaeda browses the Internet to gather intelligence and claim the soldier's leaks aided the terrorist group. RT's Liz Wahl has more.
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Asian Markets Latest News At the Time, July 01, 2013.

Asia

Hong Kong stocks waver; banks down, energy higher HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- Hong Kong stocks wavered in choppy trade Tuesday as the markets reopened after a three-day weekend, with banks and property developers declining on weak Chinese manufacturing data for June to counter gains for energy producers and some casino operators. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.1% to 20,815.44 after briefly dipping into the red, while the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index was flat at 9,308.74. Shares of China Construction Bank Corp. fell 1.5% and China Resources Land Ltd. eased 0.2%, after the Purchasing Managers' Index data released by the government and HSBC both indicated the manufacturing sector weakened. Shares of PetroChina Co. jumped 5.5% and Cnooc Ltd. rose 1.2% after an increase in U.S. benchmark oil prices. Wynn Macau Ltd. gained 4.8% following data showing Macau casino industry revenues climbed 21% in June from a year earlier. 9:48 p.m. Today
 
Australia, Japan stocks climb on global cues Asian markets advance after upbeat manufacturing reports from the U.S. and the euro zone signal an improvement in the major developed economies, with resource stocks pulling higher on an increase in commodity prices. 9:25 p.m. Today
 
Australia stocks surge before rate decision LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Australian stocks jumped in early trade Tuesday before an expected interest-rate decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia. The S&P/ASX 200 climbed 1.7% to 4,789.90 on broad-based gains. In the banking space, shares of Macquarie Group Ltd. rose 2%, Australia & New Zealand Banking Group advanced 1.5%, and Westpac Banking Corp. picked up 1%. Among miners, shares of BHP Billiton Ltd. and Rio Tinto Ltd. were up more than 2% each, and Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. added 3.7%. Analysts widely expect the central bank to hold benchmark cash rate at the record low level of 2.75%. Ahead of the rate announcement, the Australian dollar traded at 92.38 U.S. cents compared with 92.31 U.S. cents late Monday. 8:22 p.m. Today

Snowden makes his first statement from Moscow: RTAmerica July 01, 2013

Manning's court-martial details al-Qaeda's interest in WikiLeaks: RT America July 01, 2013.

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Economix Immigration and Entrepreneurship: NYT I ALERTS FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS; July 1, 2013.

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Immigration and Entrepreneurship
There are plenty of high-profile examples of immigrant inventors and entrepreneurs, and research affirms that immigrants form businesses at a higher rate than native-born Americans.

U.S. stocks pare gains after manufacturing boost: Wall Street at Close Report by MarketWatch; July 01, 2013.


By Wallace Witkowski and Laura Mandaro, MarketWatch 

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)Stocks pared gains but remained broadly higher Monday, after a survey of U.S. manufacturers added to positive economic reports from Europe and Japan.


The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA +0.44%  rose 112 points, or 0.7%, to 15,021, after hitting an intraday high of 15,083.28. 

The S&P 500 SPX +0.54%  gained 13 points, or 0.8%, to 1,619, with gains in all sectors except utilities led by cyclicals — materials, tech, and industrials. The index reached an intraday high of 1,626.63. 

The Nasdaq Composite COMP +0.92%  added 39 points, or 1.2%, to 3,442, after touching an intraday high of 3,454.43. 


Stocks to watch: Nokia, Blackberry
Polya Lesova discusses key stocks that will have traders' attention on Monday, including Nokia and Blackberry. Photo: AP

In the first major U.S. data release of the new month, the Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing index rose to 50.9% in June from 49% in May, topping forecasts for a recovery to 50.6%. Readings over 50% indicate expansion. The new orders index improved to 51.9%, but the employment index slipped into contraction territory. 

U.S. stocks opened higher, coming back from losses on Friday and for all of June, after monthly Europe manufacturing surveys and a quarterly Japan business survey showed improvement.
“I thought the move up was a bit extreme,” said Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott. “But the market is treating good news as good news again.” 

With the abbreviated trading week with Thursday’s Independence Day holiday, volume should be relatively low this week, so some intraday profit-taking would not be surprising, Luschini said.
After a rough couple of weeks for stocks that included worries about a liquidity crunch in China and more anxiety about the Federal Reserve tapering easing measures, the market appears to have established a base, said Dan Greenhaus, chief global strategist at BTIG LLC. 

Benchmark U.S. indexes ended the second quarter with more than 2% gains, but fell more than 1% in the month of June. 

“As concerns about a Chinese liquidity crisis ease, we have improved global manufacturing, putting a bid on stocks,” Greenhaus said. 

The week is capped by Friday’s report on nonfarm payrolls for June, the data point that will matter most to stocks given how it affects the Fed’s thinking on easing, according to Greenhaus. 

Advancing stocks outpaced decliners by 3 to 1 on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Composite volume topped 2.1 billion shares on the NYSE and 1.1 billion shares on the Nasdaq as of 2:50 p.m. Eastern. 


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Traders on the floor of the NYSE. U.S. stocks rallied to start July.
U.S. stocks futures showed little reaction to the release of a less-widely followed survey, the June U.S. flash manufacturing PMI from Markit. It fell to 51.9 in June from 52.3 in May. 

In Europe, the latest purchasing managers’ index showed a rise to a 16-month high in June, according to Markit. PMIs rose in all nations except Germany, which showed a slight revision down from a prior reading. The Stoxx Europe 600 XX:SXXP +1.15%  rose 1.2%, adding to gains after the U.S. market opened. 

Most Asia markets outside Japan fell after two separate manufacturing surveys showed a further loss of momentum in China. Other surveys showed weakened conditions in South Korea and Taiwan, both affected by the slowdown in China. The Shanghai Composite CN:SHCOMP +0.81%  ended 0.8% higher after a choppy session, while the Korean and Taiwan benchmarks fell. 

But in Japan, stocks finished at their best level in more than a month as the U.S. dollar USDJPY +0.43%  rose above 99 yen after an upbeat reading on sentiment among Japanese businesses in the quarterly tankan survey. Japan’s Nikkei 225 JP:NIK +1.28%  rose 1.3%. 

Gold prices gained alongside oil prices. 

Shares of Apple Inc. AAPL -0.08%  rose 3.7% after news the company has filed a trademark application for “iWatch” in Japan, increasing speculation Apple may be gearing up to introduce a new watch-like device. 

Separately, Raymond James raised its rating on Apple to strong buy from outperform, citing the stock’s valuation and its belief “that near-term financial trends will stabilize and then improve following the June quarter.” 

Shares of BlackBerry BBRY -1.63%  fell 2.2% following several broker downgrades in the wake of disappointing results from the handset maker. 

Wallace Witkowski is a MarketWatch news editor in San Francisco. Follow him on Twitter @wmwitkowski. Laura Mandaro is MarketWatch's Markets editor, based in San Francisco. Follow her on Twitter @lauramandaro. Barbara Kollmeyer and Polya Lesova contributed to this report.


Stocks End Off Highs, but Kick Off Third Quarter With Modest Rally: Wall Street at Close report by CNBC; July 01, 2013.


Stocks eased off their best levels but still kicked off the first day of the third quarter with a modest rally, boosted by a pair of better-than-expected economic reports.

Traders said the S&P 500 was hitting an area of resistance around its 50-day moving average of 1,624. Meanwhile, protest in Egypt also put pressure on the market.
Name Price Change %Change
DJIA Dow Jones Industrial Average 14974.96
65.36 0.44%
S&P 500 S&P 500 Index 1614.96
8.68 0.54%
NASDAQ Nasdaq Composite Index 3434.49
31.24 0.92%

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was higher, led by United Tech and American Express. The blue-chip index was up nearly 150 points

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq also rallied. The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best gauge of fear in the market, slipped near 16.

Most key S&P sectors were higher, led by materials and techs, while utilities slipped.
 
Q3 Look Ahead: Cashin' in With Art UBS's Art Cashin provides his outlook for the third quarter. 
Major averages closed higher for the quarter and the Dow posted its strongest first-half performance of the year since 1999. So far for the year, the Dow has surged more than 14 percent, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq have spiked more than 13 percent each. "History is a little bit in our favor—when you have a good first-half, the second half tends to show some follow through, but this may be a difficult year to figure out because we'll have the lag of sequestration, everyone trying to figure out where the Fed is going," said Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services. (Read More: For Stocks, Last 6 Months Could Be Tough to Match) On the economic front, manufacturing activity edged higher in June to 50.9, according to the Institute for Supply Management, a hair above expectations for 50.5. A reading above 50 indicates expansion in the sector. However, hiring in the sector fell to the lowest since September 2009. And construction spending rose 0.5 percent in May to an annual rate of $874.9 billion, rising to its highest level in nearly four years, according to the Commerce Department. (Read More: The Market's Next Worry? The June Jobs Report) Japanese shares were boosted by a survey which showed corporate sentiment had turned positive for the first time in two years, as optimism about Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's radical stimulus policies offset concerns about recent market volatility. "The risk is that the economy may be doing well enough that it actually dis-incentivizes the drive for structural reform. That would certainly lead to a dampening of market sentiment," said Alistair Newton, senior political analyst at Nomura. (Read More: Will the Strong Tankan Send Abenomics Off Course?) However, data from China showed that industrial activity continued to decline in June, amid concerns about overcapacity and weak demand. "I think the story for China is basically that there is not any story left. Economic activity has peaked and we think that data will surprise on the downside," said Sailesh Jha, chief strategist at Arcus Capital Singapore.
This week will be an extremely light on earnings, ahead of the official start of the second quarter earnings season on July 4. No major companies are expected to report results before the start of trade on Monday. Onyx Pharmaceuticals soared after the company confirmed it had rejected a purchase offer from Amgen to buy the company in a deal valued at about $10 billion. Canaccord Genuity lifted its price target on the stock to $140 from $105. Among techs, Apple rallied after the tech giant filed for an "iWatch" trademark in Japan, implying that the company is working on developing a smartwatch. Separately, Raymond James raised its rating on the company to "strong buy" from "outperform." Online radio provider Pandora jumped following a Morgan Stanley upgrade to "overweight" on belief that the company "pureplay exposure to the secular shift of radio dollars to online channels." Zynga surged after a report by technology news website AllThingsD that the social game service provider could replace its CEO Mark Pincus with Microsoft executive Don Mattrick. BlackBerry slumped after several analysts downgraded the stock following the smartphone maker's disappointing quarterly results.
By CNBC's JeeYeon Park (Follow JeeYeon on Twitter: )

Jeff Nielson: Fraud confirmed -- 100-day delay to take metal delivery: GATA I THE GATA DISPATCH; July 01, 2013.

Jeff Nielson: Fraud confirmed -- 100-day delay to take metal delivery

3:35p ET Monday, July 1, 2013

Jeff Nielson of Bullion Bulls Canada today reflects on the London Metal Exchange's admission that delivery delays for metal now can exceed 100 days:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-07-01/lme-seeks-to-reduce-lines-at-wa...

Such delays are essentially failures to deliver and defaults, Nielson writes.

"Behind the scenes," Nielson writes, "we know what is taking place, since it's been widely reported since 2008. LME shills quietly contact buyers individually and inform them that if they dont want to wait more than three months to take delivery of what they already own, there is another option: cash settlement."

Nielson's commentary is headlined "Fraud Confirmed: 100-Day Delay To Take Bullion Delivery In London" and it's posted at Bullion Bulls Canada's Internet site here:

http://www.bullionbullscanada.com/gold-commentary/26273-fraud-confirmed-...

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

CMI I Spot prices as of close of trading in New York; July 01, 2013.


Spot Prices as of close of trading in New York
Monday, July 01, 2013

Updated 7/01/2013 Today Change Week Ago Month Ago Year Ago
GOLD $1,256.90 +$31.00 $1,278.40 $1,395.95 $1,604.50
SILVER $19.67 +$0.11 $19.60 $22.34 $27.65
PLATINUM $1,383.60 +$41.20 $1,332.80 $1,464.30 $1,452.00
PALLADIUM $690.50 +$28.50 $658.00 $752.80 $585.90
GOLD/SILVER RATIO 63.89

India, the Vatican and Mars: The Economist I Selected New Articles: July 01, 2013.


Monday, July 1th 2013 Editor's picks

A selection of new stories from Economist.com
Banyan: Indian reservations
Charlemagne: Exit Monsignore Cinquecento
Babbage: All downhill from here
Erasmus: A horror that binds
The Economist explains: Why are there North Korean schools in Japan?


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Alasdair Macleod: Gold's undervaluation is extreme: GATA I THE GATA DISPATCH; July 01, 2013.

Alasdair Macleod: Gold's undervaluation is extreme

1:08p ET Monday, July 1, 2013

In a comprehensive review of the world financial situation, GoldMoney's research director, Alasdair Macleod, concludes that gold is terribly underpriced relative to all the other money floating around and that central banks are panicking over interest rates and the failure of the gold price plunge they engineered, which only intensified demand for real metal.

Macleod concludes about gold: "The conditions are in place for a spectacular price readjustment on valuation and economic grounds alone. Furthermore, the short positions on Comex have been transferred to the hedge funds, leaving the bullion banks less exposed to escalating systemic risks. It is now in the latter's interests to keep their gold and silver books as level as possible as a bear squeeze on the market shorts gets under way and starts the revaluation process."

Macleod's commentary is headlined "Gold's Undervaluation Is Extreme" and it's posted at GoldMoney's Internet site here:

http://www.goldmoney.com/gold-research/alasdair-macleod/golds-undervalua...
 
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

Europe stocks rally on upbeat economic data: European Markets at Close Report by MarketWatch; July 01, 2013.

By Barbara Kollmeyer, MarketWatch 
 
MADRID (MarketWatch)European stocks rallied on Monday, buoyed by encouraging manufacturing data from the euro zone and the U.S

The Stoxx Europe 600 index XX:SXXP +1.15%  rose 1.2% to 288.29, after snapping a three-session winning streak on Friday with a loss of 0.5%. The index fell nearly 3% for the second quarter.
European stocks were bolstered after the U.S. Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing index rose more than expected in June. 

“I think the enthusiasm is stemming from the U.S. data, which has given everything a nice push higher,” said Chris Beauchamp, market analyst at IG, in emailed comments. 



Reuters
H&M shares rise on analyst upgrade.
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB SE:HMB +4.04%  jumped 4% after the Swedish retailer was upgraded to buy from neutral at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch. Analyst Richard Chamberlain expects the retailer to return to comparable sales growth in the second half and says the stock’s valuation is underpinned by moves to catch up with rivals in online sales. 

Another big gainer was Siemens AG DE:SIE +2.45%   SI +2.71%  , which rose 2.6% on news that Nokia Corp. NOK +3.74%   FI:NOK1V +3.65%  will pay 1.7 billion euros ($2.2 billion) for Siemens’s 50% stake in the two companies’ telecommunications-equipment joint venture Nokia Siemens Networks. 

Shares of Nokia rose 3.7%. The Finnish handset maker was also upgraded to overweight from underweight at J.P. Morgan Cazenove. 

In economic news, the final euro-zone manufacturing purchasing managers’ index showed a 16-month high of 48.8 in June, which was revised higher from a prior reading of 48.7, Markit said. Among the nations covered by the survey, only the German PMI failed to rise in June. Germany’s PMI was cut to 48.6 from 48.7, hitting a two-month low. “Ireland saw a marginal improvement in manufacturing business conditions and Spain experienced a stabilization, while rates of contraction eased in France, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria and Greece,” Markit said. 

“I think the figures from Europe were a welcome surprise, but we have to be careful about getting overexcited,” said IG’s Beauchamp. “There was a lot of negativity going around about Europe last week so today’s is more a relief move.” 

“After all, Italy/Germany/France/euro zone are still in contraction territory, and the weak German reading should be especially worrying,” he said. 

Other data showed a slight rise in the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate for the euro area to 12.1% in May from 12% in April, while annual inflation rose to 1.6% in June from 1.4% in May.
“Overall [... ] there is nothing here to suggest that the euro-zone economy does not need additional policy support, though the [European Central Bank] looks unlikely to oblige this week,” said Jonathan Loynes, chief European economist at Capital Economics. 

The ECB will hold a monetary-policy meeting on Thursday. 

The U.K.’s FTSE 100 index UK:UKX +1.49%  climbed 1.5% on Monday to 6,307.78, with Travis Perkins PLC UK:TPK +5.15%  rallying 5.2%. 

Shares of heavyweight HSBC Holdings PLC UK:HSBA +1.86%   HBC +1.91% rose 1.9%.
Shaking off some downbeat China manufacturing data and absorbing better European data, mining stocks also rose. Rio Tinto PLC UK:RIO +1.92%   RIO +1.97%  shares jumped nearly 2%, while BHP Billiton PLC BHP +1.08%   UK:BLT +1.93%  gained 1.9%. 

The German DAX 30 index DX:DAX +0.31%  lagged behind other indexes after Germany’s weak PMI data, rising 0.3% to 7,983.92. 

Utility RWE AG DE:RWE -5.06%  was the biggest decliner in the DAX 30, dropping 5.2%.
SAP AG SAP -0.96%   DE:SAP -1.28%  fell 1.5%, as the business-software maker continued to suffer from a disappointing sales forecast by partner Accenture PLC ACN +1.28%   DE:CSA +1.54%  last week. 

The French CAC 40 index FR:PX1 +0.76%  rallied 0.8% to 3,767.48, with a 2.3% rise for LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA FR:MC +2.29%  helping out. Retailers followed H&M higher, with Marks & Spencer Group PLC UK:MKS +2.65%  gaining 2.7% in London. 

Also in Paris, shares of BNP Paribas SA FR:BNP +1.04%  gained 1%. 

Barbara Kollmeyer is an editor for MarketWatch in Madrid. Follow her on Twitter @MWBarbaraKollmeyer.

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Europe Shares Close Higher on US Data: European Markets at Close Report by CNBC; July 01, 2013.


European shares closed higher on Monday, shadowing gains on Wall Street, where the Dow bounced above the psychologically important 15,000 level. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 Index closed 0.9 percent provisionally higher at 1,162.28 points.
  Name Price   Change %Change Volume
FTSE FTSE 100 Index 6307.78
92.31 1.49% 655776990
DAX DAX Index 7983.92
24.70 0.31% 96718571
CAC 40 CAC 40 Index 3767.48
28.57 0.76% 88606933
IBEX 35 IBEX 35 Idx 7907.10
144.40 1.86% 217103211

In the U.S., manufacturing activity edged higher in June to 50.9, according to the Institute for Supply Management, a hair above expectations for 50.5. A reading above 50 indicates expansion in the sector. And construction spending rose 0.5 percent in May to an annual rate of $874.9 billion, rising to its highest level in nearly four years, according to the Commerce Department.
(Read More: The Market's Next Worry? The June Jobs Report)

Meanwhile, euro zone data showed unemployment was lower than expected in May, despite hitting a record high of 12.1 percent. In addition, previous unemployment estimations was revised downwards.
Plus, manufacturing PMI (Purchasing Managers' Index) data for the euro zone showed an uptick to 48.8, which was better than forecast and the highest since March 2012. However, a reading below 50 still marks sector contraction.

(Read More: Euro Zone Manufacturing Rebounds to 16-Month High)
"June's improved purchasing managers' survey supports hopes that overall manufacturing activity across the euro zone is on the brink of stabilization. This reinforces hopes that euro zone GDP could finally have stopped contracting in the second quarter, after a record six quarters of decline," Howard Archer, an economist at IHS Global Insight, said in a research note.


However, Germany's PMI came in lower than expected, which caused the German DAX index to fall briefly, before regaining ground. In the afternoon it traded around 0.50 percent higher, underperforming other major European country indexes.
In Asia, upbeat consumer confidence data from Japan trumped weak industrial activity numbers from China, turning markets higher.

Asian stock markets widened their losses on Monday after June factory activity in China, according to both an official government reading and HSBC's private survey, confirmed fears of a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.

Japanese shares were boosted by a survey which showed corporate sentiment had turned positive for the first time in two years, as optimism about Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's radical stimulus policies offset concerns about recent market volatility.

"The risk is that the economy may be doing well enough that it actually dis-incentivizes the drive for structural reform. That would certainly lead to a dampening of market sentiment," said Alistair Newton, senior political analyst at Nomura.


(Read More: Will the Strong Tankan Send Abenomics Off Course?)

However, data from China showed that industrial activity continued to decline in June, amid concerns about overcapacity and weak demand.

"I think the story for China is basically that there is not any story left. Economic activity has peaked and we think that data will surprise on the downside," said Sailesh Jha, chief strategist at Arcus Capital Singapore.

Back in Europe, the European Union has demanded the U.S. responds to allegations in Der Spiegel newspaper that Washington spied on its officials. European leaders have warned the allegations could derail an EU-U.S. free trade deal worth billions of dollars.

(Read More: This Is Like 'Cold War': Europe Fumes Over US Spying)
In addition, Greece and its international lenders resumed talks to unlock 8.1 billion euros ($10.5 billion) of bailout loans, after a two-week hiatus during which the government almost collapsed over the closure of state broadcaster ERT. Greek shares traded lower, before turning positive along with other European markets.
In stocks news, financial services, banks and basic resources outperformed on Monday afternoon.
Nokia shares surged to close around 3.5 percent higher after it reached a deal with Siemens to buy out profitable joint venture NSN. Share in Siemens closed around 1.80 percent up.

Shares of engineer Hunting bounced after the firm said it was confident of increased activity in its Gulf of Mexico operations in a trading update. And shares of retailer H&M ended around 4.80 percent higher after it was upgraded to "buy" by BoA Merrill Lynch.

However, shares in Finland's Yit plummeted by nearly 23 percent after the Finnish company said that negotiations to buy Germany's Hochtief Service Solutions had ended unsuccessfully.

MoneyShow Online Event Bulletin; July 2013 - Calendar of Live Online Events.


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