Cyrrus (Cyrrus)
Markets  |  October 11, 2012 16:58:58

Another contributor to growth could be earnings season


You are currently on world indices are moving at the lower end of the growing trend. From a technical perspective it can be expected to gradually return to recent highs, even under the current earnings season. We can say that the results starters earnings season, Alcoa fell completely fantastic, but other companies such as Yum! Brands have pleased investors considerably more.

This day is marked by convincing growth, and this can be attributed to several reasons. Yesterday's Fed Beige book sounded quite positive. It has been said that in August continued moderate economic growth, and that inflation remained low and improved conditions in the property market.Today it was also reported lower volume of applications for unemployment benefits from the U.S.: 339 thousand new. vs. expectations of 370 thousand., continuing 3,279 thousand. vs. 3,275 thousand expectations. Investors may also be attracted to buy at discounted prices compared to previous days.

About 16 clock can be read from the stock exchange following values: S & P 500 1,439 points (+0.5%), DAX 7,280 points (+ 1%), crude oil WTI $ 92.3 / barrel (+ 1%), gold 1.766 USD / ounce (+ 0.3%), EUR / USD 1.2931 (+0.3%).



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