Since Bloomberg is such a go to source for us here at BOTS, I thought add have a "Bloomberg Updates" thread.
Here are the updates for yesterday. I promise to post here as soon as the update comes in future.
UK Deficit Seen Falling to 7.4% of GDP This Year: George Osborne
FedEx 3Q Adj. EPS $1.23 vs EST. $1.38, Cuts Forecast for Yr EPS
EU Says Cyprus must Propose New Rescue Plan After Bank Levy Vote
man this format issue really sucks. Anyway here are the Bloomberg updates for today (I'll number them for now until the format issue gets sorted out):
1. U.K Retail Sales Rise More Than Forecast in Rebound From Snow Slump
2. Initial Jobless Claims in the U.S. Rose Less Than Forecast Last Week to 336,000
3. Congress Clears Spending Plan for FY2013, Averting Shutdown
4. Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index for March Rises to 2 From -12.5
5. Sales of Previously Owned Homes in U.S. Climb to 4.9M Annualized Rate, a Three-Year High
Bloomberg is a good and reliable source of information, the most important its information is delivered on time and with accuracy. Thanks vinayakm for the opening of that interesting thread!
1. Cyprus Fails to Get Agreement with Russia on Rescue Loan
2. German Business Confidence Unexpectedly Drops From 10-Month High
3. Fitch Places UK on Rating Watch Negative
The weekend ahead will be important as this week we see continuously escalating situation with Cyprus and it is possible that this weekend we will see some important changes. I think Monday will be the most important day for the next week trading and for now everything is possible. No one prediction could be sure!
1. Blackstone Said To Submit Proposal To Buy Dell
2. Icahn's Dell Proposal Said To Be Valued at $15/Share With A Cap
1. China Construction Bank Posts FY Net of 193.2B Yuan Vs Estimate of 192.7B Yuan.
2. Sinopec Full-Year Net Income 63.9B Yuan vs Estimate 61.8B Yuan
1. Sarris Sees No Loosening of Cyprus Capital Controls for Weeks
2. EU Credit Derivatives Probe Extended to Include Swaps Association
3. US February Durable Goods Orders Rise 5.7% vs Est. of 3.9%
4. Home Prices in 20 US Cities Climb by Most Since June 2006, Rising by 8.1% in January
5. Consumer Confidence in US Dropped to 59.7 in March, More Than Forecast
6. US February New-Home Sales Fall 4.6% To 411,000 Annual Rate
Cyprus Program Isn't 'Template' for Euro-Area Bailouts, EU Says
BOE Says UK Banks Have Capital Shortfall of $38 Billion
here are some early updates!
Crisis-hit banks in Cyprus reopen after being closed for 12 days amid financial turmoil
Cypriot Banks Open Doors for First Time Since March 16
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