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27.11.2012 08:00

Stocks:Monday’s review



Asian stocks rose, with the benchmark regional gauge heading for its longest streak of gains in two months, as a weakening yen boosted the earnings outlook for Japanese exporters and U.S. consumer spending jumped during the Thanksgiving weekend.

Nikkei 225 9,388.94 +22.14 +0.24%

S&P/ASX 200 4,424.19 +11.18 +0.25%

Shanghai Composite 2,017.46 -9.92 -0.49%

Toyota Motor Corp., Asia’s largest carmaker, advanced 1.7 percent as the yen declined to a seven-month low against the dollar.

Kangwon Land Inc. surged 13 percent in Seoul after the government approved plans for the casino and hotel operator to expand.

Samsung Electronics Co. lost 2.3 percent, after closing at a record high in Seoul on Nov. 23, as Apple Inc. sought to add infringement claims over six more Samsung products to its multi-billion-dollar patent lawsuit against the company.

European stocks declined, following the benchmark Stoxx Europe 600 Index’s biggest weekly rally this year, as euro-area finance ministers met for a third time this month on Greece’s finances.

Euro-area finance ministers meet in Brussels to try to clear the next installment of Greek aid and discuss ways to keep the country a solvent member of the currency bloc. They failed to reach agreement in two previous meetings this month.

Pro-independence parties in the Spanish region of Catalonia won a vote, strengthening a drive for a referendum on secession in defiance of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

Catalan President Artur Mas, who called early elections to force a debate on independence, lost a fifth of the seats his Convergencia i Unio party held previously. Mas’s losses showed he will have to depend on anti-austerity separatists to govern Spain’s largest regional economy.

National benchmark indexes fell in 16 of the 18 western European markets. France’s CAC slid 0.8 percent, Germany’s DAX dropped 0.2 percent and the U.K.’s FTSE 100 lost 0.6 percent.

Barclays fell 5.4 percent to 240.5 pence, the sharpest decrease since June 28. Qatar Holding LLC sold the last of the Barclays warrants it acquired during the financial crisis, triggering a 771 million-pound ($1.24 billion) stock offering by the banks that arranged the transaction. Deutsche Bank AG and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. sold as many as 303.3 million shares in the British bank to money managers for 244 pence apiece, the bottom of the 244 pence to 248 pence range used to canvas investor interest in the stock.

ThyssenKrupp, Germany’s largest steelmaker, dropped 5.1 percent to 15.93 euros, the biggest slump since March 6. The sale of its Americas unit has been delayed until September 2013, Financial Times Deutschland reported, following a similar report by Sueddeutsche Zeitung last week. Separately, the stock was downgraded to neutral from outperform at Credit Suisse. An outperform rating is similar to a buy recommendation.

Lafarge SA, the world’s biggest cement maker, lost 2.4 percent to 43.61 euros amid political instability in Egypt. The company gets almost a fourth of its revenue from the Middle East and Africa.

Straumann added 2.3 percent to 107.90 Swiss francs, rallying for a seventh day. Singapore’s GIC bought a 10 percent stake in the company from Vice Chairman Thomas Straumann, becoming the second-largest shareholder.

According to trade U.S. stock indexes declined, plus was able to get only the high-tech NASDAQ.
Indexes retreated from highs reached on Friday amid fears of worsening the problem of "fiscal cliff" in the United States and the absence of a decision on the allocation of Greece the next tranche of financial aid.
The Congressional Budget Office said that no decision on the "fiscal cliff," the U.S. economy may slip into recession and unemployment could rise to 9%.
This week, Congress will continue to conduct negotiations aimed at reaching a compromise on the issue of raising taxes and reducing expenditures.
Hosts meeting of EU finance ministers. Many market participants believe that at a meeting of the Eurogroup of finance ministers, the IMF and the ECB made a long-awaited agreement on the allocation of Athens 31.5 billion euros in financial aid programs. However, while there is no solution.
Most of the components of the index remained in negative territory DOW (22 of 30). More than 2% shares added Hewlett-Packard (HPQ, +2.49%). More than the others fell in the share price Coca-Cola (KO, -1.62%) and American Express (AXP, -1.59%).
Among the sectors of the S & P showed maximum growth sector and utilities (0.9%). Maximum loss demonstrated the basic materials sector (-0.6%).
DreamWorks film company, slipped 5.2% on the box office is not impressive new movie "Dream Keepers" - a weekend painting earned only $ 24 million instead of the expected $ 32 million
Financials Knight Capital Group jumped by 13.3%, due to rumors that her address could do a takeover bid.
At the close:

Dow 12,967.37 -42.31 -0.33%

Nasdaq 2,976.78 +9.93 +0.33%

S&P 500 1,406.29 -2.86 -0.20%

27.11.2012 08:21

Forex: Monday’s review

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