FinSentS Weekly Recap

Weekly Review of Headlines
● EU: Greece still needs more measures to meet its targets –ForexLive

“EU disintegration is happening. Divisions, walls are springing up along the borders of our nations, in people’s minds and hearts… If we do nothing, the EU’s deconstruction will lead to a version of the 1930s. This is my appeal to prevent this”…Read More

● US 10-Year Yield Breaches 3-Year Low – CNBC

“The U.S. Long Bond future has broken out … as ‘risk-free’ interest rates plummet,” Bespoke wrote in a research note tracking markets back to 1977…Read More

● Nokia Posts Strong Network Result, Warns Over China Slowdown – RTRS

Nokia shares were down 3.5 percent by 0920 GMT and have fallen about 30 percent since the announcement of Alcatel deal last April.

● German regulator concerned about Deutsche Bank –HB

Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority is “very worried” about the 40 percent slide in Deutsche Bank’s share price this year, financial sources said. It was conducting an internal “mini-stress test” to ascertain whether the problems may lead to a loss of confidence among clients and staff that could push the bank deeper into crisis.

● Japan Stocks Tumble Into Bear Market Territory – BBC

The worry is that the currency is seen as a safe haven in an insecure regional economic context. If the yen keeps appreciating, it could hurt companies’ international competitiveness and cut into the export sector’s profits.

● Asian Shares Slip As Bank Fears Add To Global Gloom – TruNews

“We have been hit by a steady spate of bad news since the year began and I think the markets will remain in a state of flux in the near term until we see global bank shares stabilising,” said Francois Perrin, portfolio manager for East Capital Asia in Hong Kong.

● Natural Gas Falls With Stockpiles Still High –WSJ

atural gas prices gave up some of its recent rebound as heavy stockpiles continue to keep a lid on any rally.

● RBA’s Stevens Sits Tight As Global Market Turmoil Tests Aussie Outlook – BBG

Market wobbles in China have seen its sharemarket tumble, capital flee at a record pace and the slowest expansion last quarter since 2009. That leaves Australia, the most China-dependent economy in the developed world, in a potentially vulnerable position.

● GBP/USD: Sterling Ignores Poor UK Industrial Data – WBP

According to the Office for National Statistics, UK industrial production for December dropped to 0.4% year-on-year, while the monthly change declined 1.1% after an 0.8% drop previously.

● Mexico’s Pemex sees Maya crude as low as $19 per barrel by end-March

Pemex has posted a dozen consecutive quarterly losses, including a record $10 billion loss in the third quarter of 2015. This year, the company’s total debt is set to exceed $100 billion.

 

Stock Information
● $EBAY

US The Future Of eBay Relies On These 2 Segments #EBAY INC #SP500 More Details

● $GOOG

US MyShake: The earthquake-sensing app is now available on Google Play #GOOGLE INC #SP500 More Details

● $941

HK China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHl) Receives $76.13 Consensus PT from Analysts #CHINA MOBILE LTD #APEX50 More Details

● $MSFT

US Analyzing Microsoft’s Return on Equity (ROE) (MSFT) #MICROSOFT CORP #NASDAQ More Details

● $HSBA

LN HSBC : Action call after banks quit towns #HSBC HLDGS PLC #STOXX600More Details

● $SHP

LN Shire, Adderall Buyers Agree To Settle Pay-For-Delay Case #SHIRE PLC #LDN100 More Details

● $AAPL

US Apple Inc. (AAPL) Earns Outperform Rating from Sanford C. Bernstein #APPLE INC #SP500 More Details

● $VOW

GR Volkswagen Fought Takata Recall, NHTSA Docs Show #VOLKSWAGEN AG #STOXX600 More Details

● $STAN

LN Deutsche Bank: Crystallizing Europe’s TBTF Problems #STANDARD CHARTERED PLC #LDN100 More Details

 

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