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MessagePosté le: Jeu 17 Oct - 16:35 (2013)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

Blue chips off triple digits as IBM hits two-year low .

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U.K. Expected to Name Alleged Co-Conspirators in Libor Scandal

British fraud prosecutors next week are expected to publicly name roughly two dozen traders and brokers who they believe were involved in a scheme to manipulate benchmark interest rates, according to people familiar with the plans.

Lawyers representing the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office are due to appear in a London courtroom Monday for a hearing about their criminal-fraud cases against a former bank trader and two former brokers.

At that hearing, the lawyers plan to publicly identify other traders and brokers who allegedly conspired with the defendants to rig the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, these people say.

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Wall Street Journal Ordered Not to Divulge Names in Libor Probe


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Updated Oct. 17, 2013 6:33 p.m. ET
LONDON—British prosecutors on Thursday obtained a court order prohibiting The Wall Street Journal from publishing names of individuals the government planned to implicate in a criminal-fraud case alleging a scheme to manipulate benchmark interest rates.
A British judge ordered the Journal and David Enrich, the newspaper's European banking editor, to comply with a request by the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office prohibiting the newspaper from publishing names of individuals not yet made public in the government's ongoing investigation into alleged manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, or Libor.
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The order, which applies to publication in England and Wales, also demanded that the Journal remove "any existing Internet publication" divulging the details. It threatened Mr. Enrich and "any third party" with penalties including a fine, imprisonment and asset seizure.
The Journal received word of the order from the SFO by email at 7:18 p.m. London time. The news organization already had published on Dow Jones Newswires and the Journal's website, WSJ.com, an article by Mr. Enrich and reporter Jenny Strasburg that divulged names of traders and brokers that British prosecutors expect to publicly name next week. The article was taken down from the website but appears in Friday's print editions of the Journal circulated in the U.S. and in Asia.
The article said the government was preparing to name roughly two dozen traders and brokers, adding that prosecutors were still finalizing their plans and that the list could change, citing people familiar with the process. Inclusion on the list doesn't represent a formal accusation of wrongdoing and doesn't mean the individuals will be charged with crimes.
"This injunction is a serious affront to press freedom," said Dow Jones & Co., publisher of the Journal. "We have been left with no choice but to remove the previously published story from WSJ.com and to withhold publication from the print edition of The Wall Street Journal Europe. However, we will continue to vigorously fight the injunction in the coming days."
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Under U.K. law—which seeks to balance freedom of the press with personal privacy and the integrity of the judicial process—it isn't unusual for the courts to impose reporting restrictions on the media to prevent them from reporting details that prosecutors believe could jeopardize an investigation or case.
Even celebrities can obtain court orders to prevent the reporting about embarrassing revelations about their personal lives. In some instances, the orders are granted in an anonymous form so the media can't reveal the identity of the people who obtained them.
The situation in Britain marks a contrast to the U.S. In the U.S., court orders preventing media from reporting something are exceedingly rare, and typically would be considered only in exceptional circumstances involving, for example, threats to national security. Some other European countries have even stronger privacy protection laws than the U.K.
A spokeswoman for the Serious Fraud Office declined to comment on the court order.
Write to Cassell Bryan-Low at cassell.bryan-low@wsj.com


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L’influence des réseaux sociaux s’accroît sur les marchés
17/10 | 17:38 | Nessim Ait-Kacimi

Ces nouveaux médias s’imposent progressivement dans le paysage financier. Twitter se distingue par son rôle central dans la vie des marchés.


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Chine, les représailles commencent !

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Google’s still a buy — but not because of its earnings
Commentary: The wrong message seems to be reaching Google investors, writes Jeff Reeves.

Dow industrials struggle as Google powers Nasdaq and S&P rolls on
How Google’s growth is overshadowing pricing worries
Where BlackBerry outshines Apple | Lenovo eyeing BlackBerry
The five worst-performing Dow stocks of 2013 (24/7 Wall St.)


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Market forces
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Al Gore: 'Carbon Bubble' Is Going to Burst – Avoid Oil StocksAaron Task
Former Vice President Al Gore is also an investor, and believes fossil fuels are almost as bad for your portfolio as they are for the planet.


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The gravest threat to investors
Commentary: Scams and schemes can trip you up but the biggest danger is unexpected.
• Why Fidelity dumped short-term Treasurys


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Les fonds français désertent le CAC 40

21/10 | 18:47 | mis à jour à 19:52 | Marina Alcaraz

Les fonds français ne représentent plus qu’un quart du total des fonds investis dans l’indice phare, tandis que la part des fonds américains dans le CAC 40 a fortement augmenté depuis deux ans.


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MessagePosté le: Lun 21 Oct - 22:44 (2013)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

Subprimes, le retour :

La titrisation des crédits immobiliers revisitée
21/10 | 17:35 | mis à jour à 18:34 | Veronique Chocron

La Banque de France et les groupes bancaires veulent ranimer la technique de titrisation des crédits immobiliers. Cela permettrait de faciliter le financement de l’économie.


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What you need to know Tuesday
A can’t-lose jobs report? What could sway stocks
Plus: why one bear sees a 40% drop, and an echo of 1990s Nasdaq


The chart of the day: The Market Anthropology blog uses this chart to show just how closely the current Nasdaq cycle is tracking a similar one from the mid-1990s. “With Google  GOOG +0.15% breaking through the $1,000 barrier this past Friday on a very strong earnings report, the latent expectations and empty promises of the tech bubble of yesteryear is bearing more fruit than just Apples,” the blogger wrote. If the trend continues, the fourth quarter will bring some consolidation to the tech sector.








Steven Ellison 1 minute agoAh yes, futures flat after a miraculous 11AM "reversal" and "recovery" yesterday, a pattern that has graced this joke of a "market" for years on end...A 5 year old could see the criminal manipulation, yet we have 7-figure "analysts" on Wall Street continuing to peddle their snake-oil (technical analysis)...
Of course, "investors" are holding on to their stocks with an iron grip, refusing to take profits, even after paying the most grossly overvalued prices in history.  That's because there's light at the end of the tunnel, and these criminally inflated equities will all find homes in mutual funds investing on behalf of retirement plans...
The legalized financial rape of America continues...


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Tech stocks dip into red as Netflix, Apple surges sour
Trading Deck: Position yourself for an Apple game changer


Netflix’s rally undone by valuation worries | Netflix bigger than HBO
Nokia takes on Apple’s dominant iPad with first-ever tablet
U.S. stocks advance as jobs data is viewed as keeping Fed on hold


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COMMENTARY SPOTLIGHT
Kiss the dollar goodbye
Dollar has fallen out of its two-year trading range and now threatens to return to its 2011 lows, writes Anthony Mirhaydar


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2014 ‘Year of the Boom!’ Bet on the bulls now
Commentary: 5 engines driving a new Roaring Twenties stock market


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SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (MarketWatch) — Yes, 2014 is coming, fast, now dubbed the “Year of the Boom.” Bulls roaring. Hot race to New Years 2013. Then beyond into a booming, bullish 2014 rally. Yes, the Great Gatsby’s spirit is back in America. Top billing. Let the good times roll. Come join the party.


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Time to place bets on bulls 
Paul B. Farrell sees five engines driving a new Roaring Twenties stock market
• Need to know: After euphoria, the crash | Stock futures retreat


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