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World markets  |  March 11, 2013 14:35:56

Brief situations Wall Street: 11.3.13 opening slightly red

The first trading day of the week in the U.S. will be affected by information from the segment of U.S. macro data, as it will occur in more plentiful numbers until Wednesday of this week.

However, this role seems to take data from China that showed growth in February consumer inflation of 3.2% in annual terms from the January level of 2.0% and is thus the largest growth indicator CPI from April 2012.This fact can be partially attributed to celebrate the Lunar New Year, which always brings a rise in the prices of food and other goods.

Another factor is outside the U.S. hit rating agency Fitch Ratings, which is rushed reducing Italy's credit rating one notch to BBB-, following the uncertainty in the country due to the indecisive parliamentary elections. With that, however, is also related to the growth in government bond yields relevant countries.

Another persistent problem is the absence of a fiscal compromise U.S. political representation, while economic data will be the state meet in March and April, the beginning of automatic spending cuts and the associated possibility of job losses in the defense industry and between civilian contractors U.S. government. Thus, the government may face budgetary problems, but at least he could be adopted financing plan for the short term until 27 March,

The trade surplus of Germany fell in January to 15.7 tr billion from 16.9 billion in December and vs. expectations at EUR 15.8 billion. Mom exports rose by 1.4% and imports by 3.3%.

Sales of passenger cars in China rose by 20% to 2.84 million units in January and February this year, when Ford and Hyundai showed strong gains. For the full year is expected to sell 20 million cars due to urbanization and rising income with an impact on demand.

Retail sales in China rose between January and February by 12.3%, which is below the expectations set out on a growth of 13.8%.This descent can be one of the primary signals that the government's crackdown on lavish spending of government officials may affect the sales.

Major U.S. stock indices will launch next week, and business start trading with these conditions: DJIA -0.13%, Nasdaq Composite -0.20% and -0.15% SP 500.

On the commodity markets, the NYMEX crude oil is on course $ 91.29 per barrel and the price of gold is $ 1,579.10 per troy ounce. On the Forex Cross Rates EUR / USD at 1.2996 limit.

The government bond market is a benchmark title 10Y Treasury Note yield came to 2.046%.

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