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FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch.- Industry - Financial Services.- Hedge Funds: Hedge fund inflows jump in July. August 12th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Hedge Funds: Hedge fund inflows jump in July   By Alistair Barr MarketWatch Investors put more money into the hedge fund industry in July as stock markets rebounded strongly, according to estimates released Thursday by HedgeFund.net .  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch - Industr Financial Markets.- JPMorgan Sees Record Year For EM Bond Flows. August 11th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Emerging Markets Report: JPMorgan sees record year for EM bond flows   By Claudia Assis MarketWatch Investment bankers see a record-breaking year for emerging-market bond funds and on Wednesday revise upward their 2010 forecast for inflows to as much as $75 billion.  See full story Global stock markets shudder as growth cools   By Laura Mandaro MarketWatch Stocks from Tokyo to Paris to New York suffer as data cement fears that global economic growth has hit a rough patch, with forecasters predicting choppy sailing for the rest of the year.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch - Industry - Financial ServicesU.S. July Deficit $ 165 Billion Treasury

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Economic Report: U.S. July budget deficit $165 billion: Treasury   By Robert Schroeder MarketWatch The U.S. government ran a budget deficit of $165 billion in July, the Treasury Department reported Wednesday, marking the 22nd consecutive month of red ink. Outlays totaled $321 billion in the month, while receipts were $156 billion.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: MarketWatch - Industry - Financial Services.- Treasury gain ground before 10-year auction. Augus 11th., 2010

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INDUSTRY-FINANCIAL SERVICES Bond Report: Treasury gain ground before 10-year auction   By Deborah Levine MarketWatch Yields on 2-year Treasury notes get pushed to a fresh all-time low, underscoring investors' appetite for U.S. debt in the face of a more dour economic outlook by the Federal Reserve. Data showing a wide U.S. trade deficit reinforce the attractiveness of Treasurys as well.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: MarketWatch - Industr Financial Services .- Trading in Emerging -Markets CDS Surges. / Economy Needs More Help. August 10th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Emerging Markets Report: Trading in emerging-markets CDS surges    By Sue Chang MarketWatch Trading in emerging markets credit default swaps jumps 85% in the second quarter on the back of greater demand for insurance against possible sovereign-debt defaults.  See full story   MarketWatch First Take: Economy needs more help, Fed says   By MarketWatch The Federal Open Market Committee said Tuesday it would reinvest the proceeds of its investments in mortgage-backed securities as they mature into Treasurys. As economic stimulus goes, this is pretty thin gruel.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS .MarketWatch - Industry - Financial Services.-S&P 500 holds tenuously above the 200-day average. August 10th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES The Technical Indicator: S&P 500 holds tenuously above the 200-day average   By Michael Ashbaugh MarketWatch The Standard & Poor's 500 Index started August with a sharp break atop its 200-day moving average. Since then, each August close has come in above the 200-day, an area that remains an important bull/bear battleground.  See full story Bair: Finding alternative to raters 'challenging'   By Ronald D. Orol MarketWatch Fulfilling a statutory mandate to eliminate the use of credit ratings in banking oversight poses a “challenging” job for regulators, says Sheila Bair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. as the agency gets down to work with coming up with ways to comply with the Dodd-Frank Act's requirement.  See full story   CVB slumps 22% after getting SEC subpoena   By Alistair Barr MarketWatch CVB Financial shares slide after the California bank says it received a subpoen

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: MarketWatch-Industry- Financial Services .- Fannie Taps Treasury Again After Quarterly Loss. August 5th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES   Fannie taps Treasury again after quarterly loss   By Alistair Barr MarketWatch Fannie Mae asks the Treasury for another $1.5 billion after the mortgage giant reports a quarterly loss.  See full story Mutual Funds Weekly: Fund investors can learn from old world Europe   By MarketWatch European-stock mutual funds have rallied sharply over the past several weeks, breathing life into a part of the world that many investors had written off just a couple of months ago.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS.- MarketWatch - Industry - Financial services.-Bank of England leaves policy unchanged. August 5th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Bank of England leaves policy unchanged   By William L. Watts MarketWatch The Bank of England made no changes to monetary policy on Thursday, leaving its key lending rate unchanged at a record low.  See full story Indications: Stock futures flat ahead of jobless claims data   By Polya Lesova MarketWatch Investors display caution ahead of jobless claims data and monetary-policy announcements from the European Central Bank and the Bank of England.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS .- MarketWatch - Industry - Financial Services.- ECB To Eye Exit, While Tense BOE Holds Line. August 4th., 2010

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ECB to eye exit, while tense BOE holds line   By William L. Watts MarketWatch It’s too early to declare victory, but European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet will likely approach Thursday’s monthly policy meeting with a big sense of relief after the bank stress tests helped push once-raging sovereign debt fears further into the background.  See full story Microsoft 'evaluating options' on Yahoo Japan deal   By John Letzing MarketWatch Microsoft is “evaluating its options” for filing a formal objection to Yahoo Japan’s recent agreement to use Google’s Internet search service.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: MarketWatch - Industry - Financial Services.- Tech Stocks Follow EA, Priceline Gains North. August 4th., 2010

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 INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Tech Stocks: Tech stocks follow EA, Priceline gains north   By Rex Crum MarketWatch Tech stocks rise in early activity, led by gains from video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc. and online travel site Priceline.com Inc . after those companies report better-than-expected quarterly results.  See full story Financial Stocks: Financials up as InterncontinentalExchange gains   By April H. Lee MarketWatch U.S. financial companies open modestly higher, after investor sentiment is buoyed by a positive employment report released before the bell.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch - Industry - Financial Services.- Funding pressures start to ease for European banks. July 30th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Funding pressures start to ease for European banks   By Simon Kennedy MarketWatch Funding pressures for European banks are gradually starting to ease following the region’s stress tests, with Spain’s BBVA and Santander both dipping a toe in the bond markets, but weaker lenders may still have to rely on central bank support for some time.  See full story Bond Report: U.S. 2-year yields back to record lows after GDP   By Deborah Levine MarketWatch Treasury prices added to gains, pushing 2-year yields back to the lowest on record, after a report said the U.S. economy grew at a 2.4% pace in the second quarter, a little slower than many analysts expected and heightening concerns that the economy may struggle to recover.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS : MarketWatch .- Industry - Financial Markets.-BBVA net profit falls 17% as bad loan costs rise. July 28th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES BBVA net profit falls 17% as bad loan costs rise   By Barbara Kollmeyer MarketWatch Spanish banking giant's profit declines in the second quarter as its home market remains weak.  See full story   BOE's King: Economy still needs monetary stimulus   By William L. Watts MarketWatch Bank of England Governor Mervyn King on Wednesday said the central bank isn’t ready to begin withdrawing monetary stimulus measures amid uncertainty over the durability of Britain’s economic recovery.  See full story

MarketWatch : Industry .- Financial services.- Stocks to Watch: Stocks to watch Wednesday: ConocoPhillips. July 27th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES   Stocks to Watch: Stocks to watch Wednesday: ConocoPhillips   By Rebecca L. McClay MarketWatch Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Wednesday’s session are ConocoPhillips, Coca-Cola Enterprises and Boeing.  See full story Affiliated Managers profit more than doubles By Alistair Barr MarketWatch Affiliated Managers Group reports quarterly profit that is more than double levels of a year earlier as the company scooped up more fees from some of the hedge-fund businesses it owns stakes in.  See full story  

Market-Watch: Industry - Financial Services Alerts:July 23rd., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES White House sees lower budget deficit in 2010   By Robert Schroeder MarketWatch 7/23/2010 3:16:00 PM Reduced government spending will cut the U.S. budget deficit to $1.47 trillion in 2010, the White House says, revising its February estimate downwards by $84 billion.  See full story Weekend Investor: Bullion buyers bank on gold coins   By Claudia Assis MarketWatch 7/23/2010 3:09:00 PM Bullion coin investing has soared alongside the popularity of gold despite its disadvantages. The world’s thirst for gold coins has risen more than sovereign government mints can quench it, with demand on track this year to outpace 2009, itself a record.  See full story Corrections: Banks need power to change pay in crisis: Feinberg   By Greg Robb MarketWatch 7/23/2010 2:44:00 PM On July 23, a MarketWatch report on a press conference held by Kenneth Feinberg, the special master for TARP Executive Compensation, incorr

MarketWatch: Industry Financial Services.- TYreasury to sell more Citigroup shares

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INDUSTRY - FINANCIAL SERVICES Treasury to sell more Citigroup shares By Greg Robb MarketWatch 7/23/2010 9:20:00 AM The Treasury Department announces plans to sell a further 30% of Citigroup common stock it holds as a result under the Troubled Asset Relief Program.  See full story Bond Report: Treasurys down as good overseas data help stocks   By Deborah Levine MarketWatch 7/23/2010 8:41:00 AM Treasury prices slip, pushing yields up, as positive economic data from the U.K. and Germany lend support to stocks.  See full story Amazon falls after earnings disappoint   By Dan Gallagher MarketWatch 7/23/2010 8:27:00 AM Amazon.com shares slide in premarket trade a day after the firm's second-quarter earnings missed Wall Street's estimates.  See full story

MarketWatch.- Industry - Financial Services.- Microsoft Profit Rises 48%, Tops Wall Street Views. July 22nd.,2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Microsoft profit rises 48%, tops Wall Street views   By John Letzing MarketWatch 7/22/2010 4:35:00 PM Microsoft Corp. reports gains in profit and sales on improving demand for computers loaded with the company's software.  See full story Amazon earnings jump, but miss estimates   By Dan Gallagher MarketWatch 7/22/2010 4:22:00 PM Amazon.com reported a strong gain in net earnings for the second quarter on Thursday, but the final results missed Wall Street's estimates thanks to higher-than-expected costs for the period.   See full story GM gets back into the subprime loan business   By Alistair Barr MarketWatch 7/22/2010 3:59:00 PM But company will be lending money only for vehicles, not for homes.  See full story

MarketWatch : Industry - Financial Services.- Stocks to Watch Thursday July 22nd.,Amazon, Microsoft July 21st., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Stocks to Watch: Stocks to watch Thursday: Amazon, Microsoft   By Rebecca L. McClay MarketWatch 7/21/2010 8:31:00 PM Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trading in Thursday’s session are Amazon, AT&T and Microsoft.  See full story Caixin Online: Chinese funds lose big in second quarter By Sun Huixia Caixin Online 7/21/2010 7:36:00 PM Fund management companies in China suffer heavy losses in the second quarter of 2010 because of a downswing in stock markets, reports Caixin Online.  See full story

MarKetWatch : Industry - Financial Services.- Financial Stocks : Zions down 7% as Financials slide on Earnings. July 20th., 2010

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES MarketWatch First Take: Goldman's shine dulls a little   By MarketWatch 7/20/2010 11:33:00 AM Earnings day used to be Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s day to shine, an opportunity to remind the doubters that the investment bank was still the best in class.  See full story Financial Stocks: Zions down 7% as financials slide on earnings By April H. Lee MarketWatch 7/20/2010 10:22:00 AM Shares of U.S. financial companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index open lower as investor sentiment remains pressured over second-quarter earnings season and worse-than-expected housing data.  See full story

MarketWatch : Industry- Financial Services : After Hours.- TIB, IBM to feature on late-trading roster

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES After Hours: TI, IBM to feature on late-trading roster By Carla Mozee MarketWatch 7/19/2010 1:47:00 PM Tech-sector bellwethers IBM and Texas Instruments are each expected to report profit and revenue increases for their respective second quarters when they issue results late Monday.  See full story Canadian Markets: Canadian stocks fall as gold miners retreat   By Catherine Carlock MarketWatch 7/19/2010 1:16:00 PM Canadian stocks drop Monday, weighed by gold stocks, which follow the commodity lower.  See full story

FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS: MarketWatch .- Industry - Financial Services.- Weekend-Market Timing Scores Witjh Tense Investors

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INDUSTRY- FINANCIAL SERVICES Weekend Investor: Market timing scores with tense investors   By Sam Mamudi MarketWatch 7/16/2010 2:02:00 PM Volatile stock markets have left investor confidence in tatters. Now some say it’s time to accept the turmoil and adopt more dynamic trading strategies.  See full story Euro like Wile E. Coyote nearing a cliff   By Deborah Levine MarketWatch 7/16/2010 1:36:00 PM After a 9.2% gain in just over a month, the euro may be close to a precipice, analysts say.  See full story