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Feb 27, 2017

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ESA | EI: Advance Report on Durable Goods ESA - February 27, 2017: The U.S. Census Bureau reported today that new orders for manufactured durable goods in January 2017 increased 1.8 percent, to $230.4 billion..

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The U.S. Census Bureau reported today that new orders for manufactured durable goods in January 2017 increased 1.8 percent, to $230.4 billion.  Excluding transportation, new orders decreased 0.2 percent.  Overall shipments fell 0.1 percent. Capital goods shipments declined 0.3 percent. Unfilled orders decreased 0.4 percent, and inventories were virtually unchanged.

NYT | Opinion Pages - Paul Krugman The Uses of Outrage - February 27, 201

Bloomberg View | Share The View - February 27, 2016: A Dutch Populist's American Roots


Asian Markets at Close Report & U.S. StockMarket Future Indications - February 27, 2017


The Guardian | Business | Business Live - Pound Under Pressure on New Brexit Worries February 27, 2017


Feb 24, 2017

Gold Climbs To 31/2 Month High Amid Political Worries - May 24, 2017:

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Gold hit its highest in about 3-1/2-months on Friday, on a weaker dollar and as uncertainties surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump's policies and elections in Europe fueled safe-haven demand.
Spot gold was up 0.4 percent at $1,254.10 per ounce, after touching its highest since Nov. 11 at $1,254.31 earlier in the session.
The dollar index was down 0.2 percent at 100.87. U.S. gold futures edged up 0.3 percent to $1,255.
Tempered expectations of a U.S. rate hike in March following the release of the minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's last meeting were also seen supporting the bullion.
"Even in the event of a rate increase, we doubt the precious metal will lose much ground ahead of the key presidential elections in France in April, coupled with the Washington gridlock that seems to be calcifying with greater intensity after each passing day," said INTL FCStone analyst Edward Meir.
While many Fed policymakers said it may be appropriate to raise interest rates again "fairly soon," according to the minutes, they also hinted at the depth of uncertainty at the bank over lack of clarity on the new administration's economic programme.
"Uncertainty about the policy of the Trump administration, protectionism, and fears of a trade and currency war seems to have offset the hawkish comments from the Fed officials," said Commerzbank analyst Carsten Fritsch.
Trump on Thursday called China "grand champions" of currency manipulation, doing little to raise confidence on trade relations between the world's two biggest economies.
Political uncertainties have triggered continuous inflows into gold exchange traded funds (ETFs), which seems to be the main driver for gold prices at the moment, Fritsch added.
Holdings of the largest gold-backed ETF, New York's SPDR Gold Trust, have risen over 5 percent this month.
Investors are looking ahead to an address by Trump to Congress next week for further clarity on his economic policy.
Meanwhile, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday laid out an ambitious schedule to enact tax relief for the middle class and businesses by August.
Mnuchin's comments "...signaling a delay until August of the much vaunted tax reform package, gave gold bulls the uncertainty green light they needed to take the yellow metal higher," said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst at OANDA.
Spot gold may gain more to $1,278 as it has more or less broken above a resistance at $1,249, said Reuters technical analyst Wang Tao.
In other precious metals, silver was up 0.4 percent at $18.22 per ounce after touching its highest in 3-1/2-months at $18.25. Silver has gained about 1.5 percent this week in what could be its ninth straight weekly gain.
Platinum rose 0.8 percent to $1,010.74 per ounce, while palladium gained 0.1 percent to $773.75.

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Gold hit its highest in about 3-1/2-months on Friday, on a weaker dollar and as uncertainties surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump's policies and elections in Europe fueled safe-haven demand.
Spot gold was up 0.4 percent at $1,254.10 per ounce, after touching its highest since Nov. 11 at $1,254.31 earlier in the session.
The dollar index was down 0.2 percent at 100.87. U.S. gold futures edged up 0.3 percent to $1,255.
Tempered expectations of a U.S. rate hike in March following the release of the minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's last meeting were also seen supporting the bullion.
"Even in the event of a rate increase, we doubt the precious metal will lose much ground ahead of the key presidential elections in France in April, coupled with the Washington gridlock that seems to be calcifying with greater intensity after each passing day," said INTL FCStone analyst Edward Meir.
While many Fed policymakers said it may be appropriate to raise interest rates again "fairly soon," according to the minutes, they also hinted at the depth of uncertainty at the bank over lack of clarity on the new administration's economic programme.
"Uncertainty about the policy of the Trump administration, protectionism, and fears of a trade and currency war seems to have offset the hawkish comments from the Fed officials," said Commerzbank analyst Carsten Fritsch.
Trump on Thursday called China "grand champions" of currency manipulation, doing little to raise confidence on trade relations between the world's two biggest economies.
Political uncertainties have triggered continuous inflows into gold exchange traded funds (ETFs), which seems to be the main driver for gold prices at the moment, Fritsch added.
Holdings of the largest gold-backed ETF, New York's SPDR Gold Trust, have risen over 5 percent this month.
Investors are looking ahead to an address by Trump to Congress next week for further clarity on his economic policy.
Meanwhile, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Thursday laid out an ambitious schedule to enact tax relief for the middle class and businesses by August.
Mnuchin's comments "...signaling a delay until August of the much vaunted tax reform package, gave gold bulls the uncertainty green light they needed to take the yellow metal higher," said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst at OANDA.
Spot gold may gain more to $1,278 as it has more or less broken above a resistance at $1,249, said Reuters technical analyst Wang Tao.
In other precious metals, silver was up 0.4 percent at $18.22 per ounce after touching its highest in 3-1/2-months at $18.25. Silver has gained about 1.5 percent this week in what could be its ninth straight weekly gain.
Platinum rose 0.8 percent to $1,010.74 per ounce, while palladium gained 0.1 percent to $773.75.

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FTC | Competition Matters - February 23, 2017: To Know Where You are Going Look where You Are


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Feb 23, 2017

The Guardian | World | Middle East: Iraqui Forces Storm Mosul Airport in Effort to Seize City From Isis


The Guardian | World - U.S. CPAC: DonaldTrump Returns in Triumph to CPAC SWith Breitbart as Supporting Cast


Bloomberg View: Economist Get Too Much Credit - and Blame


U.S. Stock Market Future Indications on February 23, 2017: Dow Eyes 10th Day of Gains as U.S. Stock Futures Rise on Back of Oil Rally


Asian Markets at Close Report on February 23, 2017: Asia Markets Lose Ground; Qantas Shares Up 5.4% After Reporting First-Half Earnings

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Markets in Asia were mostly lower on Thursday, following a mixed close in U.S. equities overnight as minutes from the Federal Reserve's previous meeting hinted that a rate hike is coming "fairly soon."
In Japan, the Nikkei 225 finished near flat at 19,371.46, while across the Korean Strait, the Kospi was fractionally higher at 2,107.63. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index was off by 0.38 percent in afternoon trade, while Chinese mainland markets were mostly lower. The Shanghai composite closed down 10.13 points, or 0.31 percent, at 3,251.08 and the Shenzhen composite finished near flat at 1,991.98.
Australia's ASX 200 fell 20.43 points, or 0.35 percent, to 5,784.66, with gains in most sectors offset by a nearly 2 percent drop in the materials sector and a 2.03 percent decline in utilities.
Major miners in the country finished lower, with Rio Tinto down 5.45 percent, Fortescue off by 2.58 percent and BHP Billiton down 2.67 percent.
Qantas reported first-half underlying profit before tax fell 7.5 percent on-year to 852 million Australian dollars for the six months ended Dec. 31, 2016, but was above the guidance range provided in October. Qantas shares finished up 5.35 percent.
Nissan announced it was appointing its co-CEO, Hiroto Saikawa, to be the chief executive officer as of April 1. Carlos Ghosn, who is chairman of the board and current CEO, will continue to serve as chairman and will seek a renewal of mandate at Nissan's general shareholders meeting in June. Nissan shares slipped 0.58 percent.
Elsewhere, Reuters reported that South Korea's SK Hynix will consider making a fresh bid for Toshiba's flash memory chip business if the Japanese conglomerate offers more of it for sale.
On Wednesday, the Nikkei business daily reported that Toshiba asked potential bidders for the memory chip business to peg the unit's operations' value at 2 trillion yen ($17.6 billion) or more.
Toshiba shares closed down 4.32 percent, while SK Hynix fell 0.79 percent.
In the currency market, the dollar index traded at 101.32 at 2:36 p.m. HK/SIN.
Analysts said the Fed's meeting minutes failed to give the dollar a lift that many had been waiting for.
Matt Simpson, senior market analyst at ThinkMarkets, said in a note the greenback "reconsidered breaking above 101.74 resistance, yet it's failure to do so for the second occasion in a week suggest potential for near-term weakness."
Simpson added in the absence of major data, unless there are further details on President Donald Trump's tax plans or fiscal stimulus, the dollar is expected to remain capped for the week.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin will appear on CNBC's "Squawk Box" at 7 a.m. ET Thursday, where traders are hoping he will reveal what the Trump administration's tax reform plan will look like — and when they might see it — among other details.
The yen traded at 113.25 to the dollar, strengthening from levels near 113.45, while the Australian dollar fetched $0.7686. The euro traded at $1.0554.
South Korea's central bank kept interest rates unchanged on Thursday in a widely expected move, leaving the base rate steady at 1.25 percent.
Eugenia Victorino, Asia economist at ANZ, said there is still room for further monetary easing from the Bank of Korea by the end of the second quarter.
"Overall growth is showing some signs of improvement on the back of a pick-up in exports," she said. "However, domestic demand remains soft ... (and) ... various indicators, aside from the gains in the CPI, suggest that underlying inflationary pressures are still weak."
The Korean won traded at 1,136.47 to the dollar, strengthening from levels near 1,141.70 earlier in the session.
Oil traded higher Thursday during Asian hours, with U.S. crude up 0.82 percent at $54.03 a barrel at 2:37 p.m. HK/SIN, while Brent climbed 0.82 percent to $56.30.
Data from the American Petroleum Institute on Wednesday showed crude inventories fell by 884,000 barrels in the week to Feb. 17 to 512.7 million, compared with analysts' expectations for an increase of 3.5 million barrels, Reuters reported.

Feb 22, 2017

FTC | Protecting America's Consumers - February 22, 2017: Three Companies Settle FTC Charges that They Deceived Consumers About Participation in International Privacy Program

Check it Out INDECOPI How to Work With Transparency...Never Bluffing Consumers

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SEC | Litigation Release: Sean Stewart et al.: Former Investment Banker Sentenced to Three Years in Prison for Insider Trading - February 22, 2017:


Speech by Governor Powell on The Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy - February 22, 2017

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Speech with Slideshow V2--Powell, The Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy--February 22, 2017

DealBook | Top Story : Silicon Valley Tried to Upend Banks. Now It Works With Them- February 22, 2017


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Feb 21, 2017

SEC | Litigation Release: FX and Beyond Corporation et al - February 21, 2017

NYT | Technology - February 21, 2017 Verizon Will Pay $350 Million Less for Yahoo


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Feb 7, 2017

Paul Kugman | NYT Opinion Pages: Spring Time for Scammers - Originally Published on February 6, 2017

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People keep saying that Donald Trump is a populist. I do not think that word means what they think it means.

The Guardian | Business | Economics | Institute for Fiscal Studies: IFS Warns of Steep Cuts an Tax Rises to 40bn Black Hole

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The government is on course to impose steep cuts in public spending from April and increase taxes by the end of the decade to their highest level as a share of national income since 1986–87 to combat the UK’s persistent budget deficit.

Asian Markets at Close Report on February 7, 2017: Asia trades Lower After Global Fall on Political Uncertainty

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U.S. Stock Market Future Indications on February 7,2017: Futures Point to Muted Open on Wall Street Earnings in Focus

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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat open on Tuesday morning as traders eyed a big day of earnings and economic data.
On the data front, Tuesday will see U.S. trade deficit released at 8 a.m ET followed by job openings and labor turnover survey data released at 10 a.m ET. Consumer credit data for December is scheduled for 3 p.m ET.
On the earnings front, General Motors, Archer Daniels Midland, Michael Kors and Vulcan Materials are among the major companies scheduled to report before the bell. Disney, Gilead Sciences, Mondelez, Pioneer Natural Resources and Zillow are among many other companies due to report after the market close.
In Europe, the pan-European Stoxx-600 index was around 0.34 percent higher on Tuesday morning. In Asia, the Shanghai Composite in China closed 0.11 percent lower, while the Nikkei in Japan closed 0.35 percent lower.
In oil markets, Brent crude traded at around $55.41 a barrel on Tuesday morning, down 0.56 percent, while U.S. crude was around $52.77 a barrel, down 0.47 percent.
Oil prices recovered on Tuesday after decreased production from OPEC and other exporters offset a perceived revival in U.S. shale activity.

Feb 5, 2017

From the Desk of Fernando Guzmán Cavero

Dear Friends


It's been more than 10 years,  since I had   publishing this blog  to everyone, or general public.

Lately, rules have changed, and my whole blog has been taken by another blogger or website owner, that has comfortably taken my place and publishes everything I do, at the same time. 
He has  only  grabbed my blog address, uploaded it entirely to his website,  and any note that I publish appears automatically under his name.

Therefore  This Blog since Tuesday 7, 2017 will be a private blog.

If you would still consider my blog interesting to be read. Just let me know to allow you to read my financial daily news

All the Best, 

Fernando Guzmán Cavero

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Wall Street at Close Report on February 3, 2017: Dow Post Best Day of 2017 After Strong Jobs Report; Nasdq Closes at Record High

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U.S. equities rallied on Friday, with financials rising around 2 percent, following a stronger-than-expected employment report.

Gerald Celente - Trends in The News: Where's Gold Going ? Play The Trump Card! - Originally Published on January 3, 2017

Feb 4, 2017

Alerta Presidente PPK - Respuestas Inescrupulosas Realizadas y Hechos Inauditos a falta de una Efectiva Supervisión - Febrero 4 de 2017


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Alerta Presidente PPK - Respuestas Inescrupulosas Realizadas y Hechos Inauditos a falta de una Efectiva Supervisión - Febrero 4 de 2017




Hoy voy a reflexionar y exigir como ciudadano Peruano, que se haga valer mis derechos y la de todos aquéllos que han  sido víctimas de estafas similares a las que he tenido.

El problema radica en que INDECOPI trabaja da la impresi ex-post, es decir hace suyas las denuncias, luego que el periodismo de investigación ha realizado denuncias por acciones atentatorias con los derechos de los consumidores. A propósito quién hizo que firmara El Decreto Legislativo 1308, al amparo de las facultades otorgadas por la Ley # 30506 que no es sino una paráfrasis de lo que estaba vigente, salvo en lo que respecta al plazo sumarísimo Presidente PPK?;  además del hecho  lamentable que las autoridades del mismo INDECOPI no las hace suyas o ha entrenado adecuadamente a los empleados que tienen la responsabilidad de informar adecuadamente a los consumidores sobre los cambios en la ley; remitiéndose sólo a leer un libreto y no razonar, (con clarísimas excepciones en mi experiencia ...de años);  donde prevalecen libretos.

 Lo podrán negar pero,  la ayuda de cualquier lector que haya llamado hasta el Jueves 2, 2017 para informarse sobre el "Tiempo de Respuesta del Proceso Sumarísimo" que me informaron en la presente semana 90 y luego 60 días pero no tenían información sobre el decreto legislativo 1308

Me pregunto nuevamente si no estarán a la espera del visto bueno sus verdaderos patrones, los empresarios? Señor

La Burla , En este mismo blog denuncié, que el BCP no había dado  respuesta a los asuntos puntuales que reclamé; y que la respuesta recibida no respondía absolutamente al reclamo realizado

Cuando una persona es víctima de una vil estafa de la naturaleza de mi caso  ( que no le quepa la menor duda en miles de personas naturales y Microempresarios, debido a la falta de transparencia en las respuestas que el  BCP, Interbank, Banco Ripley, que en su momento dieron a reclamos que realicé cuando detectaba maniobras premeditadas  para desvirtuar objetivos  concretos que podrían ir desde un robo de identidad y/o reducción de línea de crédito, que lindaba ya no sólo con robos  a los clientes sino  también al Estado Peruano  declarando menores Utilidades Antes de Impuestos via aprovisionamientos por Incobrables... Usted Presidente PPK sabe perfectamente a que me refiero, No?

Continuemos con el asunto que ocupa el presente, y que no es sino  BCP y su Gerente Benjamín Castro expuse en artículo anterior ver ...

 Ahora bien,  la pregunta por dilucidar está en ubicar: ¿Quién está detrás de esta patraña? 

 En mi opinión, y permítame saber su opinión si llegara a leer el presente "Artículo-Denuncia Abierta", no hay sino 2 posibles escenarios en mi opinion

1.-Es política del BCP, confundir al margen de la ley, a segmentos socioeconómicos bajos por deducción de la variable efectivo que maneja en la empresa (Banco) y/o:

2.- Existen delincuentes al interior del banco, que de forma artera, le roban a aquéllos con               cuentas pequeñas;  pensando que simplemente que dando respuesta a reclamos, salvan su 
     responsabilidad frente a la ley.        

Para leer el artículo completo vaya al siguiente vínculo:
https://fraudedelosbancos.blogspot.pe/2017/02/alerta-presidente-ppk-respuestas.html

Feb 1, 2017

Pruebas donde el BCP No Responde al Asunto Reclamado por Fernando Guzmán Cavero - Febrero 1, 2017


A continuación a a solicitud de un apreciado colega, procedo a escribir el reclamo realizado tal y cual fue redactado por el Sr. Jean Pierre, Hemmerling Moreno, que dicho sea,  interpreto cabalmente mi preocupación y desacuerdo, éste dice a la letra :

"Estimados, Cliente se encuentra en desacuerdo con respuesta anterior debido a que solicitó se le exponga de manera detallada por qué motivo su línes de la tarjeta de crédito fue rebajada y sin avisarle con anticipación. Indica que por ley debieron avisarle con varios días de anticipación para estar al tanto y además aduce haber sido perjudicado al generarle indebidamente esta reducción un sobregiro en su Tarjeta de crédito Visa. Además de que éste cambio lo hace verse afectado debido a que con la rebaja de línea el banco incurrir en sobregiro (Presumo eerror en el tipeo, debiendo haber dicho : ..con la rebaja de la línea de crédito el banco lo hizo incurrir en un sobregiro) lo cual le originara moras e intereses. Exige la rectificación inmediata de un sobregiro que nunca incurrió. Dado que nunca le avisaron con antelación y a pesar no haber realizado ningún consumo desde el último abono. Ademá exige exige la devolución de los intereses y moras en las que incurra. Además está pagando el el pago mínimo de este mes que no le corresponde ya que aún no le contestan el reclamo. Pide también que se investigue al señor Benjamín Castro porque siempre lo atiende y nunca da respuesta a sus reclamos. Cliente tiene audios de lo que está reclamando. Quiere saber por qué todo reclamo que hacía vía telefónica iba para trujillo"

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