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World markets  |  March 04, 2013 15:37:09

Brief situations Wall Street opening debilitating 4.3.13

New business week begins again on Monday and introductory session will test the effect a market failure to implement any compromises or agreements, beginning of budget spending cuts in the public sector for 85 billion USD, which came into force at the end of last week (sequester). It is estimated that the impact on GDP in the range of 0.2% -0.5%.

In addition to the influential factors involved China, where the Shanghai Composite index fell sharply by -3.7%. Were announced restrictions on purchases of new real estate properties including higher interest rates and payments on second homes in cities that have seen increases in the prices of these assets. Also, a new 20% tax on capital gains on existing houses. It is therefore an effort to cool home prices ...

According to the economic calendar today are no items on the agenda of macro data, on the scene, however, shows skier FED J. Yellen output with the National Association of Business Economics on around monetary policy.

According to EIA data, China has become the United States just before the largest importer of oil in the world when incoming deliveries in December 2012 amounted to 6.12 million barrels per day in the U.S. it was 5.98 million barrels per day, the lowest level since February 1992. However, U.S. imports tend to recovery now for January 2013.

In Brussels, finance ministers will meet again the euro area, when discussions should apply to Italy, Portugal, Greece and Cyprus.In Italy, a leader Bersani said that new elections may be needed to bridge storey outcome of past elections. Portugal needs more time to repay its debts due to the worsening state of the economy and the creditor group troika in Greece to revise austerity measures.

Goldman Sachs changed its recommendation in several sectors in Europe, when upgraded technology, health care and personal and household goods to "overweight", while utilities fell to "neutral" rating also reiterated "overweight" on car manufacturers and insurance sector, but is "neutral" on the banks. GS sees mainly short-term risks in the markets.

Operations such as short sales on the SP 500 stock index fell to 5.6% of the total in circulation, according to the company Bespoke. This is the lowest ratio since at least 2007, and can be compared with a record 12% of the follow-up period of financial crisis.

Forbes published regular annual list of billionaires, when the head is enthroned Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim with 73 billion USD, followed by the Microsoft founder Gates with 67 billion USD and the third jumped co-founder of Inditex A. Ortega with property 57 billion USD .On the fourth time since 2000, the volume of W. Buffett with 53.5 billion USD. The fifth is Oracle boss Ellison with 43 billion USD. New names are the owner of Diesel jeans R. Rosso with 3 billion USD, chief retail Nordstrom with 1.2 billion USD and designer Burch with 1 billion USD.

Major U.S. stock indexes are starting a new trading follows: DJIA -0.24%, Nasdaq Composite -0.29% and -0.23% SP 500.

On the commodity markets, the NYMEX crude oil is on course $ 90.45 per barrel and the price of gold is $ 1,576.50 per troy ounce. On the Forex Cross Rates EUR / USD at 1.2999 limit.

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