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20 comentarios: dijo...

Muy Malos Números Negativos en la Confianza del Consumidor Europeo

@geniotweets @mdcospedal @leopoldolopez @hcapriles @marianorajoy @alcaldeledezma @fundjoseantonio @legionespanola @sorayapp @igonzalezpp #FF dijo...

?Cómo vivir cuando la Arquitectura Mundial es Comunista y Separatista?
Es mi Próximo Estudio
FF a todos dijo...

(1) Fuerte Desplome de los Nuevos pedidos industriales
(2) Fuerte Desplome de las Ventas Industriales.

@NNGG_Es @NNGGValladolid Inicialmente,Pero mis estudios se han confirmado. Arquitectura Mundial es Comunista y Separatista. LA GRAN HISPANIA dijo...

Muerta la Arquitectura Mundial. Hay que prepararse. Tenía Razón. Hoy Obama habla de fracciones de Extrema Derecha en USA. @mdcospedal dijo...

No es Justicia Social la Reducción de efectivos en las Fuerzas Armadas de España; un País lleno de Burrocracia @fundjosrantonio @mdcospedal dijo...

Roubini: Overweight U.S., Japanese equities
Roubini: Bearish on gold for several reasons
Roubini: Commodity supercycle is likely ov dijo...

Fisher: Big banks are 'dagger' pointed at economy

Fed's Lockhart doubts October taper move dijo...

Brazil economists raise 2014 inflation views dijo...

U.S. Markit Flash PMI declines in September dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)--un índice de actividad nacional resultado positivo en agosto, indicando crecimiento de tendencia al alza, según datos publicados por la Fed de Chicago el lunes. El índice de actividad nacional subió a +0.14 de-0.43 en julio, mientras que la media móvil de tres meses con bordes hasta -0,18 de -0,24 en julio. El índice es un promedio ponderado de 85 indicadores económicos diferentes, y cuando la media de tres meses está por debajo de -0.7 hay una posibilidad creciente que ha comenzado una recesión. dijo...

Fed's Lockhart has doubts about October taper

Fed's Fisher says he urged colleagues to taper dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher said Monday that he urged his colleagues at the central bank's policy-meeting last week to slow down the bond-buying pace because a failure to act would increase uncertainty and sow confusion. "I believe that is exactly what has occurred, though I take no pleasure in it," Fisher said in a speech before the Independent Bankers Association of Texas. Many investors are upset that the Fed chose to stand pat rather than slow the pace of the $85 billion-a-month asset-purchase plan. Fisher has never supported the Fed's third round of asset purchases, known as quantitative easing, or QE3. In other remarks, Fisher called the largest U.S. banks "a dagger pointed at the heart of our economy." The Dallas Fed president has been advocating a return of the Glass-Steagall law that had separated U.S. commercial banks from investment banking from 1933 until it was repealed in 1997. Fisher is not a voting member of the Fed's policy-making committee this year. dijo...

Fisher called the largest U.S. banks "a dagger pointed at the heart of our economy." dijo...

Prominent economist Nouriel Roubini, who is known as “Dr. Doom,” on Monday offered a negative take on gold and certain emerging markets, along with kind words for U.S. and Japanese stocks and the dollar.

BloombergA file photo of Nouriel Roubini
“Why are we bearish on gold? Several reasons,” he said while delivering the keynote address at IndexUniverse’s Inside Commodities Conference in New York.

Roubini said tail risks for the global economy have declined and that’s hurt demand for the metal often seen as a safe haven. In addition, gold will be pressured by a strengthening dollar and real interests rates going higher, said the economist, who is known for his generally gloomy views.

In response to a question on areas where he’s more optimistic, Roubini suggested overweighting equities vs. bonds, and within equities, focusing on advanced economies rather than emerging markets — in particular U.S. and Japanese equities rather than European or U.K. stocks.

Roubini was gloomy on commodities in general, saying the “commodity supercycle” is likely over.

“Most commodity prices over the next couple of years are going to be lower rather than higher,” he said. Roubini cited Chinese growth slowing and becoming less resource-intensive, plus the Federal Reserve starting to wind down its stimulus measures. As he did with gold in particular, he also cited higher interest rates and a strengthening dollar, adding that “dollar doomsday folks” are wrong. The U.S. has advantages over other developed nations with its demographics and technology, he said.

Another area to be gloomy? Certain emerging markets with current account deficits and other challenges. Roubini said he’s concerned about nations such as Indonesia, India, Brazil, Turkey and the Ukraine.

“We remain cautious about these emerging markets that are very fragile in many ways,” he said, calling a recovery in the last few sessions just a “temporary rally.”

Some listeners seemed to have expected more gloom and doom overall from the well-known economist. “That was surprisingly upbeat,” said Dave Nadig, president of ETF Analytics at IndexUniverse, in comments to the audience after Roubini’s speech.

El Genio dijo...

FHFA: Home prices up 8.8% from July 2012 9:01a
FHFA: Home prices up 1% in July dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The average rate for the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage dropped to 4.32% in the week that ended Sept. 26, hitting the lowest rate since late July, from 4.50% in the prior week, according to a Thursday report from federally controlled mortgage buyer Freddie Mac. Rates fell after the Federal Reserve said that it won't start cutting its massive asset-purchase program yet. "These low rates should somewhat offset the house price gains seen the last number of months and keep housing affordability elevated," said Frank Nothaft, Freddie's chief economist. A year earlier, the rate was at 3.40%. There's been concern about rising mortgage rates, which have increased about one percentage point since early May, taking a toll on the housing market's recovery. Still, rates remain relatively low, and economists expect the housing market to continue to grow this year. The average rate for the f15-year fixed-rate mortgage also dropped in the latest week, falling to 3.37% from 3.54% in the prior week. dijo...

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Sales contracts on homes fell 1.6% in August -- a third month of declines -- led by drops in three of four U.S. regions, according to data released Thursday by the National Association of Realtors. NAR cited higher interest rates and prices, among other factors. "Moving forward, we expect lower levels of existing-home sales, but tight inventory in many markets will continue to push up home prices in the months ahead," said Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief economist. Despite the recent drop, the pending-home sales gauge in August was up 5.8% from the year-earlier period. By region, pending home sales in August fell 3.5% in the South, 1.6% in the West and 1.4% in the Midwest. Meanwhile, pending sales rose 4% in the Northeast. A sale is listed as pending when the contract has been signed. Sales are typically finalized within one or two months of signing.

El Genio dijo...

Home-price growth fastest in more than seven years
Nevada tops annual gains with rise of 26%