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MessagePosté le: Mar 1 Oct - 17:38 (2013)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

Icahn Presses Apple for $150 Billion Buyback
Carl Icahn is pressing Apple to more than double its stock buyback plans to $150 billion, after meeting with CEO Tim Cook. 29 min ago


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Soros: The EU may meet its end
Angela Merkel's win in Germany's election signals the end of the euro-zone debt crisis, but long-run survival for the euro isn't assured, says Soros.
Icahn jawboning adds 2.4% to Apple’s stock


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7:38pm MARKETS
Citigroup fined $30m for sharing research Hedge funds given opportunity to trade ahead of other investors


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6:56pm MARKETS
Crucial China support for gold may fade There are indications demand is beginning to slow


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Stock futures tumble as budget stalemate digs in
Fizzing Apple, shutdown suspense | Boehner ties truce to debt talks
Twitter: The best IPO shot since Tesla | Shutdown to eclipse earnings?


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Buffett's Crisis Haul
Reaches $10 Billion
Warren Buffett tossed lifelines to a handful of blue-chip companies during the financial crisis. Five years later the payoff on those deals is becoming clear: $10 billion and counting.


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[*] China warns US over debt ceiling

Japan's Nikkei drops 1.2% after US Treasury secretary Jack Lew warns that Congress is 'playing with fire' over America's ability to keep borrowing


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Social Security now at risk if debt ceiling isn’t raised

One-month shutdown may trigger 20%-30% correction: Barry Ritholtz
Stock futures tread water | Nunes blasts GOP rump for shutdown


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One-month shutdown could cost stocks 30%: Ritholtz
If stalemate drags on for one month, it would take a "big chunk" out of GDP, says Barry Ritholtz.
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Fiscal Crisis
With Default Deadline Near, Wall St. Stays Calm, for Now By NATHANIEL POPPER
The relative quiet on Wall Street is worrying some investors, who fear the markets will not signal to politicians the true danger of hitting the debt ceiling until it is too late.


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Stock washout could help break the political logjam
Spending could fall $175 billion next month if debt ceiling isn’t lifted


One-month shutdown could cost stocks 30%: Barry Ritholtz





Why a Wall Street drop may be needed to break political logjam
October 8, 2013, 10:25 AM


The markets are watching the politicians. The politicians are watching the markets. Sort of.
As opposed to the last time the U.S. was playing default brinkmanship, there seems to be little panic among some lawmakers this time. A fresh Reuters report finds many in the GOP don’t really believe a default is coming, ‘Hey, the U.S. doesn’t have to pay all of its bills on time,’ as a way of playing hard ball with the White House. Jack Lew, we aren’t afraid of you.
And maybe some politicians aren’t too scared of the markets either, at least they’re not showing it yet.
The S&P 500 SPX -0.50%  sold off sharply during the last round of brinkmanship over a debt default (see chart). The index fell to a four-week low and the CBOE’s VIX VIX +0.93% “fear” gauge reached its highest levels since June on Monday, but things have not exactly been crazy since this whole mess started. BTIG’s Dan Greenhaus notes the S&P 500 is down in ten of its last 13 sessions, a drop of 2.9%, which he describes as “modest.”
Here’s a favorite saying these days among market players: “We’ve seen this movie before, we know how it ends.” So the markets are sure a deal will be reached, just as some politicians at least appear to feel no urgency.
But is it possible that maybe Wall Street needs to kick up a little more fuss to help get the ball rolling on Wall Street? Writing for New York Times’s Dealbook, Nathaniel Popper says some are worried the reaction among investors has been way too calm, and that the markets aren’t going to signal to politicians just how dangerous a debt ceiling breach is until it’s too late.
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“The markets are sending this complacent message, and I think the politicians are interpreting it incorrectly and they have no sense of urgency,” said Douglas Kass, the owner of the hedge fund Seabreeze Partners Management.


So what’s the solution? A sell-off to kick those politicians into gear?
Like many others, Nordea strategist Henrik Drusebjerg says markets will probably start to react as the deadline for the debt ceiling draws closer. But he also says nearly everyone he talks to agrees that politicians will do whatever they can to “stretch the deadlines.” There’s no fooling how serious this is though, and he says “no matter who I’ve been speaking to…everybody is in agreement that this will be a Lehman moment if they do this again.”


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Mind the gap
Absence of big US data unsettles market


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Commentary: Two of the biggest market-changing days occurred on Oct. 9. Coincidence?


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