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Japan's factory output rose by 1.9 percent in July from June, marking a fifth straight monthly gain, AFP reported.
AFP: Japanese stocks open up 0.7 pct after opposition landslide that ends more than half a century of conservative rule.
Originally posted by GreenBicMan
yeah dude there are about 10000 FOREX SCAMS!!!!!
With “This will probably pass in October”, Frank is referring not to HR 1207, but to his own financial regulation bill, which might or might not include some aspects of Ron Paul’s HR 1207. The preceding sentence, “That will be part of the overall federal regulation that we are redacting,” is for some reason missing from the widely distributed transcript, and has therefore been completely ignored by bloggers and commentators.
China's key stock index dived 6.74 percent on Monday to a three-month closing low and recorded its second-biggest monthly loss in 15 years, after surging stock valuations overwhelmed improvements in corporate earnings while new share supplies compounded a drop in liquidity.
Continuing a stream of fresh shares flowing into the market, Metallurgical Corp of China's Shanghai A-share initial public offering, which aims to raise about 16.85 billion yuan ($2.47 billion), will start book-building on Tuesday and take subscriptions next week.
Originally posted by marg6043
Now the big story
Only 5 billions have been recovered in the way of investments from the mammoth bailout money that is up to the trillions if we count the cash injections that the fed invested when the market and the financial were having trouble up to the official crash when they were called bailout.
Fed's Profit from Crisis Loans Is $14 Billion: Report
Originally posted by stander
The before-noon development doesn't indicate any suprising afternoon selling.
But it doesn't indicate any gains leading to the Previous Close line either.