Latest News

designer shop online

designer shop online ?Snowden responds to critics well, this is one of the options thats always been open to, to go to the unhcr and register as a refugee here. this place was rife with rumors all this afternoon g designer shop online oing round legal circles saying that he

online stores for women

online stores for women ?The Free Dictionary Language Forums But I dont think I must. And, at the same time, both corporations pay their Russian employees less than their US and EU colleagues. I can imagine plenty of businesses finding a gold mine in Russia and not bothering about fair

shopping outlet online

shopping outlet online ?Microsoft launches new Office SEATTLE launched its new Office software on Tuesday, featuring constantly updated, online access to documents from a range of devices as the world largest software company attempts to tailor its most profitable product to a mobile generation. The new Office suite of applications desktop

womens online store

womens online store ?Europe credit ratings slashed Standard Poors swept debtridden Europe with punishing credit downgrades yesterday, stripping France of its coveted AAA status and dropping Italy even lower. Germany retain womens online store ed its topnotch rating, but Portugals debt was consigned to junk. In all, S which last year

designer clothes online shopping

designer clothes online shopping ?stocks falls as investors await European Central Bank meeting stocks fell, after the Standard Poor 500 Index jumped the most in a month, as investors awaited a European Central Bank policy meeting tomorrow, offsetting corporate earnings that beat analysts estimates. a yoyo market, Tom Wirth, who helps

online shopping stores

online shopping stores ?Asia stocks jump as US budget deal appears near lawmakers edged toward a deal to stop hundreds of billions of dollars in automatic tax increases and spending cuts from taking effect that could throw the world biggest economy off a socalled fiscal cliff. Senate passed an emergency

bench outlet

bench outlet ?Euro zone deal lifts stocks Twentysix of the 27 European Union leaders on Friday agreed to pursue stricter budget rules for the single currency area and also to have euro zone states and others provide up to 200 billion euros in bilateral loans to bench outlet the

online shopping india

online shopping india ?Eric Raskin stocks dipped on Wednesday on worries about the outlook for corporate results despite strong earnings from aluminum company Alcoa Inc. NYSE:AA News ADVERTISEMENT The decline threatened to halt the D online shopping india ow industrials string of eight straight sessions of positive finishes. Citigroup Inc.s NYSE:C

outlet metzingen

outlet metzingen ?Tanzania building collapse death toll rises to 30 The death toll from the collapse last week of a building in Tanzanias largest city rose to 30 early today, according to a government agency statement. Rescue workers have given up hope of finding more survivors after the 16storey building in

cheapest online shopping

cheapest online shopping ?Molina Healthcare Selected to Preliminary Russell 3000 Index Molina Healthcare, Inc. NYSE NYSE See: New York Stock Exchange : MOH See modem on hold. announced today that it has been selected to be included in the preliminary list of companies that will join the Russell 3000R Index.

News Archiv

factory outlet clothing

Published: Saturday 03 August, 2013

factory outlet clothing factory outlet clothing ?euro fall on fears of wider euro zone woes

Major stock markets fell and the euro slumped to a fourmonth low against the dollar on Wednesday, hit by a disappointing Italian bond auction and concern about the potential for a wider impact on the euro zone from Cypruss bailout.

Bleak euro zone economic data added to a sour tone in markets, driving demand for safehaven assets. Treasuries debt prices jumped, with benchmark yields falling to their lowest levels in three weeks and German Bunds also gained. Gold rose above an ounce.

At a debt auction on Wednesday, Italy paid more to borrow over five years than it has since October as lack of progress in forming a new government and worries about Cyprus hurt demand. Cypriot banks are due to reopen on Thursday.

Cyprus is putting the final touches on capital control measures to prevent a run on banks after the country agreed to a bailout deal that will wipe out some senior bank bondholders and impose losses on large depositors.

The worry among investors is that despite attempts by some officials to dismiss the idea, the plan could become a blueprint for any future euro zone bailout. investors determined to assault record stock market highs, said Andrew Wilkinson, chief economic strategist at Miller Tabak + Co, LLC in New York. stocks fell after a rally on Monday propelled the S 500 to within striking distance of an alltime closing high.

The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 41.51 points, or 0.29 percent, to 14,518.14. The Standard Poors 500 Index fell 3.78 points, or 0.24 percent, to 1,559.99. The Nasdaq Composite Index lost 5.28 points, or 0.16 percent, to 3,247.21.

MSCIs index of world shares, which tracks 6000 stocks in 45 countries, fell 0.3 percent to 358.38 points. European shares dropped 0.3 percent to 1,185.07 points. 10year Treasury notes were up 16/32 in price to yield 1.854 percent.

The euro fell as low as the weakest since November 21, and last traded at down 0.6 percent on the day.

Rising Italian borrowing costs and its political situation are both negatives, said Greg Anderson, G10 strategist at Citigroup in New York. Investors are not overly short the euro, so there is plenty of scope for the euro to test the lows of the past cycle.

Data on Wednesday showed confidence in the euro zones economy fell more than expected in March after factory outlet clothing four straight months of gains. Other reports showed a slump in Italian manufacturing and retail sales and contraction in factory outlet clothing Frances economy at the end of last year.

The dollar slipped 0.1 percent to 94.36 yen, while the dollar index, which tracks the greenback versus a basket of major currencies, rose to a more than sevenmonth high of 83.302. The index was last up 0.4 percent at 83.194.

Ger factory outlet clothing man government Bund futures, an asset that investors value in times of increased tension, rose 75 ticks, their biggest jump since inconclusive Italian elections last month rattled markets.

Gold rebounded from early losses, with spot gold rising to an ounce from on Tuesday, as investors piled money into safehaven investments. factory outlet clothing