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World markets  |  January 17, 2013 15:37:05

Brief situations Wall Street: 17.1.13 opening with better macro data


Thursday's session in the U.S. market in terms of the pulses should be the same as yesterday's trading, which is a macro data, and another series of economic results. Indeed, quite solid balance of large financial firms did not cause too drastic changes in motion indices and therefore it suggests that investors know and they know the facts in question may differ from sector within the HV wait.

For today are prepared HV from companies including Bank of America, Citigroup, Fifth Third, PNC Financial Services Group, UnitedHealth and after hours it will be as Capital One, Intel and Xilinx.

Economic Calendar for Thursday's program macro indicators rather full with these reported items: initial requirements Unemployment Initial Claims came out with the number 335 thousand. (Lowest status since January 2008) vs. expectations of 370 thousand. (Continued were at 3.21 million vs. Estimated 3.10 million), construction of new homes in December recorded a number of 954 thousand. than expected 889 thous. and building permits totaled 903 thousand. vs. assumption of 905 thousand. After opening the markets are waiting for the Philadelphia Fed report for January with 5.20 points and the number eventually gas stocks.For today's information also includes the Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index and auctions of Treasury bills (3M, 6M) and 10Y TIPS.

Continues to decline Boeing Company, which is under pressure due to the fact that the two Japanese airlines have joined the discretion of the FAA and other regulators and all registered aircraft of type Boeing 787 Dreamlines was "grounded" and will wait for the check-up of previous incidents .

Barclays issued a positive comment on the U.S. airline sector, it may lose 20% increase due to the mix of higher ticket prices and lower gasoline prices and so may affect the propensity to merge.

Spain sold a total of 4.5 billion three existing bonds and bills, 10Y benchmark bond yields on the secondary market almost unchanged, was 5.04% according to FactSet.

German Finance Minister Schaeuble mentioned that EMU is on the right path to overcoming the crisis and vice versa expressed concern about Japan's economic policy. ECB is considering stricter rules of loan guarantees.

Major U.S. stock indexes enter the session as follows: DJIA +0.34%, Nasdaq Composite +0.42% and the SP 500 +0,36%.

On the commodity markets, the NYMEX crude oil is on course $ 95.32 per barrel (maxima at around 4 months) and the price of gold is $ 1,669.90 per troy ounce. On the Forex Cross Rates EUR / USD at 1.3346 limit.

The government bond market is a benchmark title 10Y Treasury Note yield came to 1.872%.

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