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Global equity markets maintained a positive mood with follow through from Wall Street but continuing tensions in Egypt, uncertainty looms. In Asia, the MSCI Asia Pacific index rose again, 0.5%, for the fourth straight day. Japanese stocks shot higher after the news of a merger of two large steel companies raised hopes of consolidation and more competitive pricing in the industry....
By: dslmpartners On Friday, 04 February 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Euro Plunges After Ecb Claims Inflation Is In Check

Global equity markets, like currencies, are holding narrow ranges, while investors remain anxious after the tensions in Egypt have yet to abate. Many Asian markets are closed for the Lunar New Year celebration, but the markets that were open posted positive gains with the MSCI Asia Pacific up 0.1%. Japanese stocks, meanwhile, fell for the first time in three days after some company’s earnings missed expectations....
By: dslmpartners On Thursday, 03 February 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Higher Yields Drive Pound Higher Vs. The Usd

Global equity markets extend their run, encouraged by ideas that the recovery in the major economies is strengthening and the highest close in the Dow Jones Industrials since June 2008 and a three-year low in the VIX. Many Asian markets are closed for the Lunar New Year celebration, but the markets that were open posted healthy gains with the MSCI Asia-Pacific Index rising 1.3%, its largest gain in a couple of months....
By: dslmpartners On Wednesday, 02 February 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Us Equities Rally On Better Than Expected Ism

Global equities were higher after strong economic data offset some of the market fears over Egypt, with positive spill over from positive earnings on Wall Street. Asian stocks rose for the first time in three days with the MSCI Asia Pacific up 0.5%. The Nikkei ended the day 0.3% higher, despite the losses in the dollar/yen. In Europe, stocks took their cue from Asian trading with the Euro St...
By: dslmpartners On Tuesday, 01 February 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Euro Rallies On Higher Than Expected Inflation Data

Global equities are weaker as the negative carryover from Friday continued to hurt sentiment today as demonstrations in Egypt continued and earning reports disappointed. Asian stocks fell, dragging regional benchmarks down the most in a week, with the MSCI Asia Pacific index down nearly 1%. Japanese stocks led the decline with a 1.1% drop in the Nikkei, marking its lowest close in a month....
By: dslmpartners On Monday, 31 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

My Very First Love

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Childhood And Poetry

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A Story Of Hope

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Love Is A Telephone

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The Greatest Of These

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By: maimee On Saturday, 29 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Political Turmoil Shocks Markets

Global equities are weaker after the negative lead from Wall Street, which failed to hold significant levels on Thursday. Asian stocks fell, dragging regional benchmarks down for the first time this week, with the MSCI Asia Pacific down 0.6%. Japanese stocks led the decline with a 1.1% drop in the Nikkei, reflecting the losses from the S&P downgrade, while EM stocks gave back most of their gains on the week. In Europe, stocks ...
By: dslmpartners On Friday, 28 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

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By: momoko89 On Friday, 28 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

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Yen Declines On S&p; Downgrade

Global equities are mostly higher in the wake of the steady FOMC bond purchases, which helped boost sentiment for stocks. Asian stocks were flat, but positive for the fourth straight day as the MSCI Asia Pacific posted marginal gains (though most markets were already closed before the Japan downgrade). Japan’s Nikkei posted solid gains of 0.7% as well. In Europe, stocks rose for a second day, led by mining companies, with the Eu...
By: dslmpartners On Thursday, 27 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

The Pound Gyrates On Hawkish Boe Minutes

Global equities are higher, having recovered their poise, after Wall Street recovered all its initial losses on Tuesday. Asian stocks rose, buoyed by well received corporate earnings, with the MSCI Asia Pacific index up 0.2%. The Nikkei gave back two days of gains, falling 0.6%, as the drop in the dollar versus the yen weighed on sentiment and hobbled exporters, while emerging market stocks ...
By: dslmpartners On Wednesday, 26 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

The Sterling Collapses On Worse Than Expected Gdp Data

Global equities are mixed, but mostly down, with European bourses being bogged down by banking shares. Asian stocks, on the other hand, rose for a second day, with the MSCI Asia Pacific index up 0.6%. Likewise, the Nikkei surged for the second day in a row, up 1.1% and the most in two weeks, on the positive outlook for earning. In Europe, meanwhile, stocks retreated, with the Stoxx Europe 60...
By: dslmpartners On Tuesday, 25 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Majors Consolidate After Big Move In Euro

Global equities are mixed, but mostly up with European bourses moving higher despite worse-than-estimated earning for Royal Philips Electronics. Asian stocks rose, with the MSCI Asia Pacific index up 0.2%, the first time in three days after brokerages increased investment ratings and company’s earnings were higher. Likewise, the Nikkei rebounded after Friday's weak session and closed 0.7% ...
By: dslmpartners On Monday, 24 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

Euro Break Higher On Solid German Confidence

Global equities are mixed as Asian stocks picked up the negative theme that spilled over from Wall St, while European equities advanced on the back of strong economic data. Asian stocks fell, with the MSCI Asia Pacific index down 1%, while anecdotal weekly flows suggest an outflow of foreign capital from Indonesia, Philippines and South Korea. Japan’s Nikkei struggled as well, down 1.5%. I...
By: dslmpartners On Friday, 21 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...

The Dollar Rallies As Us Yields Break To The Upside

Global equities headed lower as China tightening fears pick up, as policy makers may be forced to take more aggressive action to curb growth and price pressures. Asian stocks fell, with the MSCI Asia Pacific index sliding the most in almost two months, down 1.3%, while EM stocks fell the most in six weeks. Japan’s Nikkei struggled as well, down 1.1%, though the heavier dollar capped losses...
By: dslmpartners On Thursday, 20 January 2011 Comments(0) Read more...
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