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MessagePosté le: Mar 21 Oct - 14:18 (2014)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

Pratiques et manipulations médiatiques :

FT Rejects Reuters Unsourced Trial Balloon About ECB Buying Corporate Bonds, Futures Refuse To Plunge
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 10/21/2014 - 08:08
Precisely half an hour ago, we mocked the overnight Reuters trial balloon about ECB corporate bond buying, whose only purpose was to send futures higher, when not only did we question the credibility of the report based on "one person familiar with the work inside the ECB, speaking on condition of anonymity" and said that now "we await Germany to throw up all over what is a clear Reuters trial balloon floated by "one person familiar with the work inside the ECB, speaking on condition of anonymity" to see what the market reaction is to even more stimulus (as if it is unclear)." Well, it wasn't Germany. At least not yet. It was Reuters' competitor in the coverage of ECB rumors and innuendo, the FT, which moments ago blasted this, via Bloomberg:
  • ECB SAID NOT TO HAVE PUT CORPORATE BOND BUYING ON AGENDA: FT

So just in case anyone forgot how credible the Reuters rumor mill is when bailing out European risk (think summer of 2011 and 2012), here is a stark reminder.


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MessagePosté le: Mar 21 Oct - 15:25 (2014)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

Earnings own the early spotlight
McDonald’s is having issues in U.S. and China 


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 Apple in leadership position as U.S. stocks rise early Tuesday
• Last week’s selloff hasn’t managed to make stocks any cheaper
• Technical Indicator: U.S. markets reach firmer technical ground
Analysts laud Apple results but fret over stock’s peak


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5 most amazing numbers from Apple’s earnings release 

How you could have seen earnings beat coming
Why Apple’s sales surge left the iPad in the dust
Apple Pay launches — very, very quietly


 


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Stocks Drop On Oil Dump & ECB Reality-CheckSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 10/22/2014 - 16:04

While some pointed north to the aweful events in Ottowa, it appears the bigger driver of weakness in stocks today (aside from a sudden absence of broken VIX markets, a lack of Fed Speakers, and the truth about ECB bond-buying being exposed) was the plunge in crude oil. WTI tumbled from over $83 to a low $80 handle after inventories surged more than expected and that appeared the catalyst for equities to catch down to credit weakness. Treasury yields closed the day unchanged but sold off notably in the EU session (like yesterday). The USDollar strengthened for the 2nd day in a row (now up 0.55% on the week) on EUR weakness (CAD volatile around shootings), weighing on commodities. Silver was monkey-hammered early, copper and gold slid, then oil plunged (down 2% on the week). Yesterday's big winner Trannies tumbled the most today (-2%) as stocks gave up half the week's gains today.


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MessagePosté le: Ven 24 Oct - 04:32 (2014)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

New York doctor reported positive for Ebola virus 

Reuters 

U.S. stocks futures quoted down after N.Y. Ebola news 

Ebola battle takes tentative steps forward
Paul Allen ups Ebola pledge to $100 million
Dow soars as 3M, Caterpillar rally
Fed to stress test for big stock dive, high oil

Earnings Wall: 
PGUPS
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BMY
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Twitter options are pricing in a giant stock move
 

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What to look for in Twitter’s earnings

4 more ‘Amazon’ stocks to avoid

Warnings after Amazon’s huge loss

How to get Amazon's 'Roku killer' for $19

Energy stocks crater after bearish oil call


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Three reasons to expect a 30% market meltdown
AFP/Getty Images 

• Farrell: 15 signals that warn of 50% stock crash
• Pursche: After a drop, stocks are going up 


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Twitter dive may be buying opportunity: analysts
 
• Nasdaq rallies 1% to set the pace for Tuesday market advance


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Greenspan: The Fed can’t tighten up without turmoil
 

 • How QE worked in the first place — and how it can be used again

 • Matthew Lynn: Why British interest rates will never go up again


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4 reasons stocks will rally for rest of 2014

For the bond market, QE is so ‘last year’

Treasurys slip ahead of Fed announcement

These 3 stocks show why spinoffs pay off

Investors may miss a bigger point by focusing on Fed timing

NEED TO KNOW: Buffett better wear trunks as Fed preps for QE3’s end


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‘Considerable time’ low-rate vow remains  
Fed calls a halt to its ‘QE’ bond-buying stimulus bid 
 • Fed statement: complete text | Live stream: Fed votes to end QE


 • Fed changes tune slightly on lower inflation, stronger labor market



How QE worked in the first place

End of QE might usher in era of uncertainty and volatility

Here’s your end-of-QE playlist

Twitter users offer epitaphs for Fed’s QE scheme


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NEW YORK MARKETS OPEN IN: 2:50:11
Indications | Analyst Ratings
FUTURES: S&P 500 -0.3% DOW -0.2% NASDAQ -0.3%


Reaction to Fed statement: signs of hawkishness
 
Fed officially calls a halt to its ‘QE’ bid
How QE worked in the first place
Markets face lack of QE safety net
Stock futures drift southward
4 reasons market will rally for rest of 2014
NEED TO KNOW: Load up stocks, unless you buy into post-QE disaster
Earnings Wall: 
TWCLLL
CME
SBUX
LNKD


 


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Why this is a great time to load up on stocks
 

This investment is shunned but is really among the safest

Economists see signs of hawkishness in Fed

U.S. GDP climbs 3.5% in third quarter

Jobless claims continue to hover below 300,000

4 reasons market will rally for rest of 2014


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A Glimpse Inside The FX "Cartel's" Chat RoomsSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 10/30/2014 - 10:09

First it was Libor, then gold, then dark pools, now for those who want a glimpse into just how for years bank FX traders, whether belonging to "The Cartel" or "The Bandits Club" or otherwise, colluded on trades around the daily fix, breached fiduciary duty, and generally engaged in illegal rigging of the world's largest market by volume, Bloomberg News had received a transcript of the instant-messages by various FX traders currently being investgated for FX rigging. Here are some excerpts.


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NEW YORK MARKETS OPEN IN: 0:11:25
Indications | Analyst Ratings
FUTURES: S&P 500 +1.1% DOW +1.1% NASDAQ +1.6%


Investors get set for a treat: Record highs at the open 
• These real-estate agents walked into real-life houses of horror
 Tim Rostan/MarketWatch 

Hulbert: ‘Halloween Indicator’ has good news for markets
Dow futures surge nearly 200 points after Bank of Japan move
3 reasons to expect a 30% market meltdown
Gold slides to levels last seen in 2010

NEED TO KNOW: ‘Saudi Texas’ and why good news is good again
Earnings Wall: 
XOMCHTR
CVX
HLT
ABBV
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