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World markets  |  March 14, 2013 14:38:17

Brief situations Wall Street: 14.3.13 again positive opening



Thursday's U.S. stock market session will be able to rely on an underlying asset in the form of a total of important macro data (as was the case yesterday in retail sales) and the current sentiment would not notice some significant changes in terms of the direction of markets and opportunities investors. Thus, even the positive momentum in the markets could be maintained ...

According to the economic calendar are reports macrodata unfolded today in a report initial requirements Initial Unemployment Claims with the result of 332 thousand. vs. expectations of 350 thousand. (Ongoing requirements amounted to 3.024 million vs.. Premise 3.103 million), followed by PPI PPI (ie wholesale inflation) for February came out with the number 0.7% vs. expectations of 0.7% and core PPI showed a number of the form 0.2% vs. estimate of 0.2%. Furthermore, it was the state of the U.S. current account balance of payments in Q4 with deficit resultátem        -110.4 Billion compared to the assumption -112.3 billion. After the opening of the markets it will still be gas stocks. Other information includes Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index and U.S. Treasury announcement on the implementation of auctions of government debt instruments with maturities of 3 and 6M, 10Y and 30Y TIPS Bonds.

JP Morgan (JPM) revised its forecast for U.S. economic growth towards improving the numbers when taking into account retail sales. The bank now expects growth in annual terms, U.S. GDP by 2.3% of Q1 tr compared to the previous estimate of 1.5%. Activity consumers increased despite higher taxes and gasoline prices.

Germany intends to reduce spending in the budget by 5 billion euros to 300 billion euros and balance its budget by 2015, a year earlier than planned. This is a publication of this intention before the start of today's EU summit, where they intend to France and Italy propose mitigation austerity measures.

Japan reduced the growth of its industrial production for January to +0.3% mom expression compared to the previous estimate of +1.0% and vs. December +2.4% figure. Expectations, however, sounded a zero growth for January.

Major U.S. stock indexes begin trading with these major input levels: DJIA +0.27%, Nasdaq Composite +0.30% and the SP 500 +0,29%.

On the commodity markets, the NYMEX crude oil is on course $ 92.56 per barrel and the price of gold is $ 1,580.40 per troy ounce. On the Forex Cross Rates EUR / USD at 1.2937 limit.

The government bond market is a benchmark title 10Y Treasury Note yield came to 2.061%.

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