Pietele bursiere, ingrijorate de disensiunile dintre tarile G20

de Dan Popa     HotNews.ro
Vineri, 25 iunie 2010, 8:18 Economie | Finanţe & Bănci

In apropierea summitului tarilor G20, pietele bursiere sunt dominate de febrilitate din cauza divergentelor care persista intre state. Ieri, bursele europene ca si Wall-Street-ul dealtfel, au inchis pe rosu (-2,2% pentru Euro Stoxx 50, -1,4% pentru Dow Jones), tendinta care s-a manifestat si in cazul burselor asiatice (-1,8% pentru Nikkei). O piata careia pare sa ii lipseasca increderea, ingrijorata de cum vor evolua datoriile tarilor europene si ce se va intampla cu propunerea de taxare a bancilor. Actiunile bancilor nu se simt nici ele foarte bine dupa ce pretul CDS-urilor elene au urcat la un nou nivel record.

Basca atentatul de ieri de la Atena, care spune multe despre tensiunile socio-politico-economice din Grecia.

Pe partea de valute, euro cobora usor in fata dolarului (1,2320$, adica -0,06%) si a yenului (110,44 Yeni, cel mai scazut nivel al ultimelor 14 zile) in aceasta dimineata pe bursele asiatice. Fata de vinerea trecuta, euro s-a depreciat fata de moneda americana cu 0,5%, dupa ce castigase la un moment dat putere si se apreciase pana in jurul a 1,26$.

De cealalta parte, yuanul chinez s-a apreciat tot cu 0,5% in ultima saptamana, iar azi dimineata Banca Centrala a Chinei a ridicat cursul pivot al yuanului la 6,7896 pentru un dolar, ca semn de buna credinta inaintea summitului G20. Acest curs este cel mai ridicat din iulie 2005 incoace.

Pe plan mondial, investitorii se asteapta la discutii contradictorii in Toronto, unde se va desfasura intalnirea G20. Divergentele privind modurile de iesire din criza sunt puternice, iar armonizarea viziunilor germane cu cele americane pare imposibila. De asemenea, masurile de austeritate luate in Europa sunt prost vazute in SUA, din cauza presiunilor pe care austeritatea le pune asupra cresterii economice. Daca ar fi sa rezum, as spune ca SUA vor ingeniozitate si modernitate, in vreme ce BCE vrea ortodoxie bugetara. Cat despre taxa bancara, lucrurile sunt si mai incurcate. Majoritatea participantilor nu o vor, dar nu se stie ce se va decide.


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  • 0 (0 voturi)    
    Subject of furious and expensive lobbying efforts (Vineri, 25 iunie 2010, 19:44)

    utug [anonim]

    House and Senate in Deal on Financial Overhaul
    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/26/us/politics/26regulate.html?ref=global-home

    WASHINGTON — Nearly two years after the American financial system teetered on the verge of collapse, Congressional negotiators reached agreement early Friday to reconcile competing versions of legislation that would transform financial regulation.
    A 20-hour marathon by members of a House-Senate conference committee to complete work on toughened financial rules culminated at 5:39 a.m. Friday in agreements on the two most contentious parts of the financial regulatory overhaul and a host of other provisions. Along party lines, the House conferees voted 20 to 11 to approve the bill; the Senate conferees voted 7 to 5 to approve.
    With the agreement in place, President Obama said Friday morning that Congress was “poised to pass the toughest financial reforms” since the Great Depression, homing in on the consumer-protection measures that he said would make lending agreements easier to understand and protect small borrowers from hidden penalties and fees.
    He said that the bill contained “90 percent of what I proposed when I started this fight.”
    He spoke shortly before flying a summit of the Group of 20 major economies in Toronto, where leaders are expected to discuss economic reforms and the fragile global recovery.
    Members of the conference committee approved proposals to restrict trading by banks for their own benefit and requiring banks and their parent companies to segregate much of their derivatives activities into a separately capitalized subsidiary.
    The agreements were reached after hours of negotiations, most of it behind closed doors and outside the public forum of the conference committee discussions. The approvals cleared the way for both houses of Congress to vote on the full financial regulatory bill next week.
    The bill has been the subject of furious and expensive lobbying efforts by businesses and financial trade groups ...
    • 0 (0 voturi)    
      toronto = photo op ... (Vineri, 25 iunie 2010, 20:57)

      trichet [anonim] i-a raspuns lui utug

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photo_op

      Expectations muted for economic, financial-reform breakthroughs at G20

      http://www.leaderpost.com/business/Expectations+muted+economic+financial+reform+breakthroughs/3195589/story.html#ixzz0rmq4p5jj


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