Zephyr Global Report 4/23/2013

Headliners

-Perverted Jew lead France, Passes Homosexual marriage against the will of the people.

-McCain /Bloomberg, British-Israel crime gang calls for gutting the Constitution using the state Run Boston Marathon Terrrorism

-Record Freeze in U.S. Extending Wheat Crop Damage

-China slams USA Humans rights records (Anglo-Zionist pig management of USA) as Propublica slams USA as torture state

-Iran criticises US deal to sell advanced missiles and aircraft to Israel, saying the move will destabilise region

-Netflix Soars over $ 200 on results; APPL to report after markets

-EU to formalize ‘rules’ for grabbing customers money in Bank Recaps

-Euro Zone Apr Advanced PMI Manufacturing: 46.5 v 46.7e; PMI Services: 46.6 v 46.5e; PMI Composite: 46.5 v 46.5e

- (DE) Germany Apr Advanced PMI Manufacturing: 47.9 v 49.0e; PMI Services: 49.2 v 51.0e

- Italy 10-year Govt Yield dips below 4.00% for first time since Nov 2010; German Bund a 10 year at 1.20 %

-EU Commission ready to give Spain extra 2 years to meet deficit targets in 2016

- Royal Jews in Russia and London trying to spring Rothschilds Satanic Wolf and pining for Russian Take Over and Slaughter of Another 60 million Christians

-Bellweather TI reports Y/Y revenue decline of 7.6 %

-Obama/Kerry Gearing up for Syrian Oil war for Europe and Prince Charles. Europe agrees to buy captured oil field from Rebels. Russia protests

-Merkel warns that the EU ‘has the last word’ on national budgets ahead of crunch talks on on saving

-Airbus reports miraculous pick up in A350 order after B787 (Sabotage) as British Airways steps up the foul Airbus plate

-Authorities thwart terror plot in Canada to attack railroad between Toronto and New York city: U.S. security sources (security theater)

-Houses & vehicles damaged as car bomb hits French Embassy in Tripoli, Libya

-China flash PMI weakens to 50.5 in Apr, prior 51.6

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Market Commentary

-USA summary

I sold my DIA long here and brought more DIA Short and SPY short with the profit from the trade. I bought a bit of DAX short into the close of Europe. The EU rate cut won’t do a thing as the Bundesbank has admitted, although the buy down in Italian debt by the Germans as they finesse a technocrat govt through Smirkels election is going to help and Smirkel is not going to get a 3 rd term as the Zionist Reich Chancellor if Germany starts to go off the same cliff as the PIIGSs.

Goldman Sachs covered their naked gold  short, then the criminal organization let you know they are in charge of the gold rig by saying it was not going anywhere. No one can really explain this draw down in physical stock even as the price of gold rises, other than sheer naked short manipulation, unless of course John Paulson is being forced to sell. We are now in the phase where the Euro is allowed to weaken, now that Japan is at its target and they will support the dollar in the short term over the next 3 months. Gold will rebound when GLD starts to buy physical gold again. The more I see of that product and how it trades, the more it is just another Boston-London scam.  Hey their gold is in HSBC, Barclay and JPM’ vaults in London, they can be trusted right? GS/HSBC/JPM job will be to hold gold in check through the summer until after smirkel is elected as the Euro is debased toward 120 or so. That said, if Paulson took delivery of his gold and others did, London might go belly up overnight. Recall we highlighted how a Jew was put up in the Venezuela election, no doubt to send their gold back to London. The Jews have the same ‘pirate’ ethics tribally as the English, they  are close cousins spiritually as well as genetically. Still physical demand in wake of the EU legalizing account grabs, aka bail-ins to recap banks and persistent high inflation in Asia due to the dollar peg might overwhelm London and if any other CB go ‘rouge’ like the BOK and step ahead of the line to grab gold. The longer London holds gold down the more will be drained from LBMA and its sibling and derivative Patsy the CME (aka Crimex). Gold may go up overnight at some point to stop demand draw down in some sort of agreed global devaluation of debt between the BOE/ECB/FED/BOE. The fundamentals are outrageously positive for gold as Bernanke is nearly up .5 tln y/y on the FED balance sheet, Obama spends on the police /war Anglo-Zionist state like there is no tomorrow, and the USA runs staggering triple deficits.

USA markets shrugged off the horrid Richmond FED mfg report, and a weak HSBC/Markit Flash MFG PMI. GS pointed to a vaunted 2h recovery and markets in the EU rallied in sympathy with London/Europe and the ECB reflating. We had some horrid reports out of TI, Dupont, Johnson Controls, Delta, and Arch coal with either declining Y/Y revenue or flat revenue, not even keeping up with the real 4 pc inflation. That was offset by the  the 1 % and luxury retailer Coach and the middle class opium netflix surging on outstanding sales and EPS and growth. Some of the insurers are raising dividends now that they are through their big inflation hikes. The major industrial stocks far outweigh the retail and luxury sector. The PPT was pretty active and volume is nothing to speak of. It could be they will try and take the market to 15000 before a 10 pc correction sets in. Traditionally WS Jews like to manipulate stocks up until they start leaving for their summers in the Hamptons. We can play both sides of that trade until the market breaks hard to the down side.

In USA politics we had China highlight the horrid human rights abuses of the Anglo-Zionist management of the USA, including abuses of its citizens, following Propublica’s report. The real indy media has eviscerated the White House story line , and now the Spooks are in panic in London and CGI video is being generated and many people paid off to tell lies to write the Anglo-Zionist history on the Boston Massacre and Prince Charles pals at the Daily Mail are the mother of all liars in this affair. Rothschilds and Prince Charles friend, Senator McCain emerged and called for an end to the constitution  essentially along with the evil Jew Michael Bloomberg as a backlash starts as using terrorism as pretexts for cops raiding your houses at will. I highlighted a gardeners video last night whose home was raided by the police in California with no warrant, five police, simply as his neighbor reported him for having a garden in his yard. The DHS and Feds have literally 100 of billions a dollar a year to spread around to harass you and they are going for a big national internet sales tax to track you and hand the money over to the pigs, or the donut gang.

In the currency world looks like this big London Kike I monitor put out the word at exactly the right time, ahead of the data to short the Euro against the dollar. I suspect the Euro will go to a least 1.25 /$ perhaps as low as 1.20. The elites Jews have gotten wealthy by infiltrating all the governments and Central banks and by trading off inside information as the Anglo-Zionist FED showed up by leaking data openly to its pal ahead of the markets. The kike is raging as he senses his Jewish world order through the English crown is near and boasts openly of his desire to put his wolf in charge of Russia and murder Putin. One billion muslims and a few Christians stand opposed to the UN/English-Jew lead new world order for them. The Jews have had 2000 years to reform their money grubbing and satan worshiping and gentile hating religion and are complete moral and spiritual failures as a tribe. The Rabbi’s gods may fail them like they did when Christ rolled back the stone of his grave and rose again.

Economic  Release News, USA Session

(US) ICSC/GS weekly chain store sales w/e Apr 20th w/w: +0.8%; y/y: +1.9%

 (US) Redbook Retail Sales w/e Apr 20th: +1.8% y/y, Apr MTD: -2.8% m/m; Apr MTD: +1.9% y/y

(US) Apr Preliminary Markit US PMI Manufacturing: 52.0 v 53.9e

 (US) Feb House Price Index M/M: 0.7% v 0.7%e

 (US) Apr Richmond Fed: -6 v +2e 
(US) Mar New Home Sales: 417K v 416Ke

(CA) Canada Feb Retail Sales M/M: 0.8% v 0.3%e; Retail Sales Less Autos M/M: 0.7% v 0.6%e

CL) Chile Mar PPI M/M: -2.9% v +0.3% prior

(Misc)

 (UK) Apr CBI Industrial Trends Total Orders: -25 v -13e (lowest reading since Oct 2010); Selling Prices: 8 v 5e; CBI Business Optimism: 5 v 0e

(HU) Hungary Central Bank (NBH) cut its Base Rate by 25bps to 4.75%, as expected

12:14 p.m. EDT 04/23/13Major Stock Indexes
Last Change % Chg
DJIA 14711.37 144.20 0.99
Nasdaq 3272.12 38.56 1.19
S&P 500 1578.28 15.78 1.01
DJ Total Stock Market 16424.68 169.12 1.04
Russell 2000 927.32 12.52 1.37
Global Dow 2127.93 18.48 0.88
Australia: S&P/ASX* 5016.20 49.60 1.00
India: BSE Sensex* 19169.83 153.37 0.81
Japan: Nikkei 225* 13529.65 -38.72 -0.29
Taiwan: TAIEX* 7942.77 -27.61 -0.35
France: CAC 40 3783.05 130.92 3.58
Germany: DAX 7658.21 180.10 2.41
Italy: FTSE MIB 16490.77 469.06 2.93
Spain: IBEX 35 8289.30 261.60 3.26
Stoxx Europe 600 292.63 6.95 2.43
UK: FTSE 100 6406.12 125.50 2.00
Brazil: Bovespa 55124.93 827.20 1.52
Canada: S&P/TSX 12125.35 34.67 0.29
12:14 p.m. EDT 04/23/13Treasurys
Price Chg Yield %
2-Year Note -0/32 0.230
10-Year Note -3/32 1.708
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12:04 p.m. EDT 04/23/13Futures
Last Change Settle
Crude Oil 89.20 0.01 89.19
Gold 1413.0 -8.2 1421.2
E-mini Dow 14656 157 14499
E-mini S&P 500 1573.75 17.75 1556.00
12:14 p.m. EDT 04/23/13Currencies
Last (mid) Prior Day †
Japanese Yen (USD/JPY) 99.36 99.23
Euro (EUR/USD) 1.3006 1.3067

-Markets

9:36 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Major Stock Indexes
Last Change % Chg
DJIA 14659.36 92.19 0.63
Nasdaq 3257.12 23.56 0.73
S&P 500 1571.95 9.45 0.60
DJ Total Stock Market 16357.18 101.62 0.63
Russell 2000* 914.80 2.30 0.25
Global Dow 2122.40 12.95 0.61
Australia: S&P/ASX* 5016.20 49.60 1.00
India: BSE Sensex* 19169.83 153.37 0.81
Japan: Nikkei 225* 13529.65 -38.72 -0.29
Taiwan: TAIEX* 7942.77 -27.61 -0.35
France: CAC 40 3754.27 102.14 2.80
Germany: DAX 7628.73 150.62 2.01
Italy: FTSE MIB 16336.77 315.06 1.97
Spain: IBEX 35 8236.60 208.90 2.60
Stoxx Europe 600 291.44 5.76 2.02
UK: FTSE 100 6387.12 106.50 1.70
Brazil: Bovespa* 54297.73 368.81 0.68
Canada: S&P/TSX* 12090.68 25.13 0.21
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9:35 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Treasurys
Price Chg Yield %
2-Year Note -0/32 0.230
10-Year Note 4/32 1.684
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9:26 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Futures
Last Change Settle
Crude Oil 88.35 -0.84 89.19
Gold 1418.4 -2.8 1421.2
E-mini Dow 14584 85 14499
E-mini S&P 500 1564.50 8.50 1556.00
9:36 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Currencies
Last (mid) Prior Day †
Japanese Yen (USD/JPY) 99.34 99.23
Euro (EUR/USD) 1.3004 1.3067
† Late New York trading.

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Major Indexes
Last Change % Chg
DJIA 14654.73 87.56 0.60
Nasdaq 3253.73 20.18 0.62
S&P 500 1569.05 6.55 0.42
DJ Total Stock Market 16322.67 67.11 0.41

-I just sold the DAX long I put on yesterday. It’s priced the EU rate cut, which won’t help much and then some in. Bad new is good news when the ESM is lowering the $EU and Yields so aggressively I guess. Went long the USA markets at the premarket opening and will bUY the market opening to hedge my shorts. PPT pretty active in the futures markets despite some more dismal y/y declines in revenue at the SP500.

That is probably my contribution until the USA closing summary or if something strikes my fancy , simply as the longer I am live the more viscous the cyber-attacks are and I have to retreat into my hole to shore up my cyber- defense.

I like to show  the five kikes and London gossips at Zero Hedge who JPM sponsors, as they report news by reporting London and Jew market gossip, but really don’t tell you what is going on with markets and the geopolitics. They offer some truth as propaganda , ex this recent Boston Massacre, propaganda is based upon some truth, then a lot of misdirection and lies and factual omission A guy like Alex Jones and his staff of 35 has to eat a lot of humble pie every day, simply as they can’t or wont’ report what is really going on, although they skirt around the truth at times.

The Jewish satanic beast, and it is a satanic religion, wants its wolf out of Russian jail, despite the fact the Jews Bob Rubin, the UST secretary, and Rothschilds and the Drunk Yeltsin, married to a Jew conspired to rig auctions, and steal Russian assets and are implicated in many murders in their attempt to seize power in Russia, including likely at least 8 attempts to murder Putin, yet the Anglo-Zionist, Jew controlled press wants this beast released upon the world to celebrate the Russian Olympics. Putin, the only world leader who arrests and jails the criminals of the Rothschilds gang. And let us not forget between the  English-Crown and World Jewry conspired to overthrow and murder the Russian Tzar and murdered 60 million Christians. That is the real holocaust and not the fiction the Jews have invented as their leaders were integral in fomenting both WW1 and WW2 for the English Crown per Douglas Reed and Pat Buchanan.

That has guys like Jim Rogers and his partner George Soros worried a lot, arresting an Oilgygarch of Finance like them.  Rogers never has anything good to say about Russia. Someday the world will wake up to what his con is all about.

Well Brother Kapner the Christian convert to Christ certainly tells it the way it is. I need to  follow him more closely.

 

Majestic: The great grey owl swoops down on the tiny mouse who has no chance of escaping

 

-Markets

9:10 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Major Stock Indexes
Last Change % Chg
DJIA* 14567.17 19.66 0.14
Nasdaq* 3233.55 27.50 0.86
S&P 500* 1562.50 7.25 0.47
DJ Total Stock Market* 16255.56 70.28 0.43
Russell 2000* 914.80 2.30 0.25
Global Dow 2116.49 7.04 0.33
Australia: S&P/ASX* 5016.20 49.60 1.00
India: BSE Sensex* 19169.83 153.37 0.81
Japan: Nikkei 225* 13529.65 -38.72 -0.29
Taiwan: TAIEX* 7942.77 -27.61 -0.35
France: CAC 40 3743.74 91.61 2.51
Germany: DAX 7607.93 129.82 1.74
Italy: FTSE MIB 16317.66 295.95 1.85
Spain: IBEX 35 8215.00 187.30 2.33
Stoxx Europe 600 290.88 5.20 1.82
UK: FTSE 100 6371.15 90.53 1.44
Brazil: Bovespa* 54297.73 368.81 0.68
Canada: S&P/TSX* 12090.68 25.13 0.21
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9:11 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Treasurys
Price Chg Yield %
2-Year Note 0/32 0.222
10-Year Note 7/32 1.673
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9:01 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Futures
Last Change Settle
Crude Oil 88.06 -1.13 89.19
Gold 1415.3 -5.9 1421.2
E-mini Dow 14559 60 14499
E-mini S&P 500 1561.50 5.50 1556.00
9:11 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Currencies
Last (mid) Prior Day †
Japanese Yen (USD/JPY) 99.14 99.23
Euro (EUR/USD) 1.2998 1.3067
† Late New York trading.

-Satanic Goldman Sachs, Gold Market Manipulator

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on Tuesday closed its recommendation to “short” gold, telling clients to exit bets on lower gold prices.The bank had told its clients to bet on lower gold prices April 10, slashing its short- and long-term gold forecasts as prices dangled above bear-market territory at $1,588.30 an ounce.At the time, analysts Damien Courvalin and Jeffrey Currie told clients that “should our expectation for lower gold prices continue to prove correct, the fall in prices could end up being faster and larger than our forecast.”On April 12, gold embarked on its worst two-day plunge since futures first started trading in New York.As a result, Goldman said its team exited the trade “significantly below our original target of $1,450/oz” for a potential gain of about 10%.Now, as prices rebound above $1,400, the team recommends its clients close out their bets on lower prices for the moment.”Our bias is to expect further declines in gold prices on the combination of continued ETF outflows as conviction in holding gold continues to wane as well as our economists’ forecast for a reacceleration in U.S. growth later this year,” they said. MW

-FHFA house price index rises 0.7% in February

U.S. home prices rose 0.7% on a seasonally adjusted basis in February, the Federal Housing Finance Agency said Tuesday. In the 12 months ended in February, home prices were up 7.1%, though they are still 13.6% below the index’s April 2007 peak. The FHFA index has not declined in any month since January 2102. The index is calculated by using the purchase price of houses whose mortgages have been sold to or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie MAC

-0900 Markit US PMI Preliminary (Apr.) 52.0 vs. 53.5 (Exp.)

-Xerox reported a profit of $296 million, or 23 cents a share, up from $269 million, or 19 cents a share, a year earlier. Stripping out the amortization of intangible assets, the company reported an adjusted profit of 27 cents a share. In January, it predicted earnings of 23 cents to 25 cents a share.Revenue slipped 2.7% to $5.4 billion. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected $5.5 billion.Revenue from services rose 3.5% to $2.9 billion, while revenue in its technology business was down 8.7% to $2.1 billion.Income tax expense dropped 32% to $52 million.For the current quarter, the company expects a profit of 19 cents to 21 cents a share, including a two-cent-per-share hit from restructuring costs. Analysts currently expect 26 cents.

-Trustee Louis Freeh sues Corzine over MF Global collapse.

-Mark Carney is speaking to Canada’s Parliament just now. Irritates me to no end the BOC uses BST. I guess Canada makes no bones about being a ‘Crown’ Colony still, that ugly witch is still on all their paper. Canadians what continent on you on? Yea, the American continent.

-Some more good news

Trustee Louis Freeh sues Corzine over MF Global collapse. WSJ

-ProPublica ‏@ProPublica3m

“It is indisputable that the US engaged in the practice of torture.” – Recent report on US treatment of detainees

also

China slams USA Human rights abuses

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEyN85IHTzs&feature=youtu.be

-Some Good news, some vermin English banksters out on the street

HSBC bank cutting 3,166 UK jobs

-Cosy English press/political drunk fest in Brussels

29 minutes into the press gallery lunch with Nigel Farage and his sidekick has run for a second bottle of claret. 

-Delta Air Lines Inc.  said Tuesday its first-quarter profit fell 94% to $7 million or 1 cent a share, compared to $124 million or 15 cents a share a year earlier. Net income included special items of $78 million. The airline’s revenue was up 1% to $8.5 billion from $8.4 billion from a year-ago quarter. Revenue from passenger revenue grew 1.4% to $1.07 million, from the year before. Wall Street analysts expected the company to earn 6 cents a share on sales of $8.5 billion, according to a survey by FactSet. “We are taking actions to mitigate the decline in close-in demand we saw in the last part of March, and we expect the impact of the sequester, combined with a softening of leisure demand, to result in a 2-3 percent decline in April’s unit revenue. MW

-Johnson Controls Inc.  reported profit fell to $148 million, or 21 cents a share, in its fiscal second quarter, from $379 million, or 55 cents a share, a year ago. Adjusted for restructuring and non-recurring items, earnings were 42 cents a share, the company said. Sales fell to $10.43 billion, from $10.6 billion a year earlier. Analysts had expected earnings of 42 cents on revenue of $10.49 billion, according to FactSet. Johnson Controls reaffirmed its previous earnings guidance for the 2013 fiscal year of $2.60 to $2.70 per share. The company had cut its outlook for the first six months of the year in January, citing soft global demand, particularly in Europe.

-For the quarter ended March 30, Coach reported a profit of $238.9 million, or 84 cents a share, up from $225 million, or 77 cents a share, a year earlier. Sales increased 7.1% to $1.19 billion.

-DuPont reported income of $3.35 billion, or $3.58 a share, versus $1.49 billion, or $1.58 a share, a year earlier. The latest quarter included a net gain of two cents tied to income tax and customer claims, while the year-ago period included a net charge of four cents. Operating earnings were $1.56 a share versus $1.64 a share.Net sales rose 2.2% to $10.41 billion. DuPont noted that the rise reflected volume growth. It said a roughly 1% increase in local prices was offset by a currency impact.

-Futures

DJIA INDEX FUTURE Jun13 14,554.00 +0.38% 14,472.00 14,558.00 14,446.00 07:48:38
S&P 500 FUTURE Jun13 1,560.00 +0.26% 1,555.40 1,560.10 1,548.80 07:49:13
NASDAQ 100 FUTURE Jun13 2,811.25 +0.50% 2,798.25 2,811.25 2,785.75 07:46:4

-Markets

7:57 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Major Stock Indexes
Last Change % Chg
DJIA* 14567.17 19.66 0.14
Nasdaq* 3233.55 27.50 0.86
S&P 500* 1562.50 7.25 0.47
DJ Total Stock Market* 16255.56 70.28 0.43
Russell 2000* 914.80 2.30 0.25
Global Dow 2115.85 6.40 0.30
Australia: S&P/ASX* 5016.20 49.60 1.00
India: BSE Sensex* 19169.83 153.37 0.81
Japan: Nikkei 225* 13529.65 -38.72 -0.29
Taiwan: TAIEX* 7942.77 -27.61 -0.35
France: CAC 40 3735.72 83.59 2.29
Germany: DAX 7576.44 98.33 1.31
Italy: FTSE MIB 16244.88 223.17 1.39
Spain: IBEX 35 8181.20 153.50 1.91
Stoxx Europe 600 290.01 4.33 1.52
UK: FTSE 100 6350.35 69.73 1.11
Brazil: Bovespa* 54297.73 368.81 0.68
Canada: S&P/TSX* 12090.68 25.13 0.21
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7:57 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Treasurys
Price Chg Yield %
2-Year Note 0/32 0.226
10-Year Note 8/32 1.669
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7:48 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Futures
Last Change Settle
Crude Oil 88.81 0.80 88.76
Gold 1421.0 -0.2 1421.2
E-mini Dow 14553 54 14499
E-mini S&P 500 1559.75 3.75 1556.00
7:58 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Currencies
Last (mid) Prior Day †
Japanese Yen (USD/JPY) 98.88 99.23
Euro (EUR/USD) 1.2998 1.3067
† Late New York trading.

 

-Europe

European stocks are rallying on the ESM lift of Italy and expectations of a rate cut, overcoming the moribund Chinese economic data and Germany’s punk MFG/SVC flash PMI for April. Arm Holdings, Safran and TomTom have risen after reporting quarterly results above expectations; KPN has moved lower on weaker than expected results. European banks are broadly higher, led by shares of BNP and Santander. Resource related firms are mixed, as copper prices have traded at more than 1-yr lows. Important USA Companies reporting results during the USA morning are  Dupont and Xerox. Apple is due to report its results after the US market close, and GS was forced to raise its estimates.

EU lawmakers say a draft deal has been reached on bail-in rules. 

Italy President Napolitano ws officially sworn in for a second term; Napolitano confirmed that he would begin talks on forming a new government on Tuesday.

New bill introduces a ‘Spanish Troika’ (INE, BoS, and General Comptroller of the State) to oversee all national and regional budgets. Bank of Spain (BOS) monthly Bulletin forecasted Q1 GDP -0.5% q/q and -2.0% y/y. It noted that the ECB was tracking economic data with special attention.

Cyprus Fin Min Georgiades stated that the Govt was fully committed to bailout deal and believed Parliament would approve measures. He noted that gold sales were on the agenda. Capital control measures could be eased in next days or weeks.

Poland Stats Office commented that it did not see a turnaround in Q1 GDP.

Norway’s FSA  that its domestic economy was vulnerable to weaker terms of trade as many companies were struggling with effects of strong NOK currency; house prices and debt were outstripping income growth and  that households were vulnerable to unemployment and higher interest rates.

Country: Index Last Change % Chg
Europe Dow 1665.44 19.40 1.18
Stoxx Europe 50 2664.22 36.55 1.39
Stoxx Europe 600 289.73 4.05 1.42
Euro Stoxx 50 2629.87 46.25 1.79
Euro Stoxx 264.77 4.11 1.58
Austria: ATX Index 2377.59 25.01 1.06
Belgium: Bel-20 2612.53 24.91 0.96
Denmark: OMX Copenhagen 20 527.73 3.07 0.59
Estonia: OMX Tallinn 823.11 -1.94 -0.24
Finland: OMX Helsinki 5891.45 91.13 1.57
France: CAC 40 3730.70 78.57 2.15
Germany: DAX 7561.15 83.04 1.11
Greece: Athex Composite Share Price 945.37 2.04 0.22
Greece: DJ Greece TSM 701.87 0.41 0.06
Greece: FTSE/ATHEX 20 311.03 0.41 0.13
Iceland: OMX Iceland All-Share 768.31 1.98 0.26
Ireland: ISEQ Overall 3873.68 43.81 1.14
Italy: FTSE MIB 16226.62 204.91 1.28
Latvia: OMX Riga 400.58 4.16 1.05
Lithuania: OMX Vilnius 391.80 0.37 0.09
Netherlands: AEX 345.10 5.03 1.48
Norway: OSE All-Share 511.15 1.93 0.38
Portugal: PSI 20 5959.22 106.69 1.82
Russia: DJ Russia Titans 5928.14 16.54 0.28
Spain: IBEX 35 8198.40 170.70 2.13
Sweden: OMX Stockholm 362.39 4.89 1.37
Switzerland: Swiss Market 7737.33 128.23 1.69
UK: FTSE 100 6348.82 68.20 1.09
UK: FTSE 250 13727.41 135.92 1.00
UK: FTSE AIM All-Share 701.08 0.10 0.01

-0733 Europe Credit Markets

We had the German 10 year hit 1.20 % where upon I boosted my short position; the Italian 10 year hit 4.0 % in clear ESM intervention. Seems like when Germany finally rolls over Herr Regling and Frankel are willing to support Italy, at least as long as the 90 year stooge Napolitano is in place.

Key Bonds

German 10y 1.22-0.021.51%
Italy 10y 3.94-0.092.30%
Spain 10y 4.30-0.204.54%

U.S. 10y 1.67-0.031.56%
Japan 10y 0.59-0.034.13%

U.K. 10y 1.65-0.000.26%

Auctions

(EU) ECB allotted €110.4B in 8-Day Main Refinancing Tender at fixed 0.75% vs €116Be

 (ES) Spain Debt Agency (Tesoro) sold total €3.02B vs. €2.0-3.0B indicated range in 3-Month and 9-Month Bills
Sold €855M in 3-month Bills; Avg Yield: 0.120% v 0.285% prior; Bid-to-cover: 3.76x v 3.3x prior; Max Yield: 0.150% v 0.340% prior;
Sold €2.156B in 9-month Bills; Avg Yield: 0.787% v 1.007% prior; Bid-to-cover: 2.37x v 2.4x prior; Max Yield: 0.825% v 1.060% prior

(CH) Switzerland sold CHF754M in 3-Month Bills; Avg Yield: -0.111% v -0.111% prior

(HU) Hungary Debt Agency (AKK) sold HUF50B vs. HUF50B indicated in 3-Months Bills; Avg Yield: 4.26% v 4.34% prior; Bid-to-cover: 1.71x v 1.99x prior
(PL) Poland sold total PLN in 2015, 2017 and 2018 bonds

(DE) Denmark sold total DKK4.09B in 2016 and 2023 Bonds

(UK) DMO increases 2013-13 Gilt Sales to £155.7B from £151.0B prior

-Europe Economic Release Summary

The EU mfg and services recession deepened in April and in particular the mighty Germany economy slid over the cliff with the rest of the PIIGS with their service sector contracting for the first time since November

 (EU) Euro Zone Apr Advanced PMI Manufacturing: 46.5 v 46.7e; PMI Services: 46.6 v 46.5e; PMI Composite: 46.5 v 46.5e

(EU) ECB: €0.0 borrowed in overnight loan facility vs. €51.0M prior; €108.2B parked in deposit facility vs. €105.6B prior

 (DE) Germany Apr Advanced PMI Manufacturing: 47.9 v 49.0e; PMI Services: 49.2 v 51.0e (first contraction since Nov in Services)

(FR) France Apr Business Confidence: 88 v 89e; Production Outlook Indicator: -49 v -43e; Own-Company Production Outlook: -3 v -4e v 0 (flat); Business Survey Overall Demand: -22 v -18 prior
 (FR) France Apr Preliminary PMI Manufacturing: 44.4 v 44.1e; PMI Services: 44.1 v 42.0e

(IT) Italy Q1 Industrial Production -0.2% q/q
(IT) Italy Mar Consumer Confidence: 86.3 v 85.0e

(IT) Italy Mar Non-EU Trade Balance: €2.6B v €0.7B prior

(ES) Bank of Spain (BOS) monthly Bulletin: Forecasts Q1 GDP -0.5% q/q

 (ES) Spain Q1 House Price Index Q/Q: -0.8 v -2.2% prior; Y/Y: -7.7% v -9.8% prior 

(CH) Swiss Mar Trade Balance (CHF): 1.9BB v 1.8Be; Real Exports real M/M: +5.1% v -0.7% prior; Real Imports M/M: +2.0% v -5.0% prior

(FI) Finland Mar Unemployment Rate: 9.0% v 8.8%e

(NL) Netherlands Feb Consumer Spending Y/Y: -2.2% v -2.3% prior

(SE) Sweden Mar Unemployment Rate: 8.8% v 8.5%e; Unemployment Rate Seasonally Adj: 8.4% v 8.2%e

(PL) Poland Mar Retail Sales M/M: 16.8% v 17.0%e; Y/Y: 0.1% v 0.3%e

(PL) Poland Mar Unemployment Rate: 14.3% v 14.4%e

(IC) Iceland Mar Wage Index M/M: 1.3% v 2.3% prior; Y/Y: 5.5% v 5.2% prior

(UK) Mar Public Finances (PSNCR): £31.3B v £18.0Be; PSNB ex Interventions: £15.1B v £15.5Be; Public Sector Net Borrowing: £16.7B v £13.8Be 

(ZA) South Africa Feb Leading Indicator: 133.3 v 132.2 prior

-Asia Close

Additional Economic Releases from Asia

(TW) Taiwan Mar Industrial Production Y/Y: -3.3% v +1.8%e; Commercial Sales Y/Y: % v +1.0%e

(SG) Singapore Mar CPI M/M: -0.5% v -0.3%e; Y/Y: 3.5% v 3.6%e
(JP) Japan Apr Small Business Confidence: 49.4 v v 49.7 prior

(TH) Thailand Mar Customs Trade Balance: -$0.9B v -$2.0Be; Customs Exports Y/Y: 4.6% v 2.3%e; Customs Imports Y/Y: -11.5% v -8.7%e

The Shanghai Composite finished down -2.57 % as neither the Beijing Government or PBOC emerged to put a positive spin on the dismal flash PMI. Japan finished down .3 % as previously reported in the Asian summary.

OECD forecasted Japan GDP growth outlook at 1.4% for both 2013 and 2014 period and stated that the BOJ’s 2% inflation target was welcomed; Japan was not targeting its exchange rate. It noted that BOJ’s new quantitative and qualitative monetary easing should be implemented to meet the new 2% price stability target, although this might not be enough. BOJ should maintain accommodative stance until 2% inflation target is achieved. Ending deflation and increasing economic growth were key to slowing the country’s fiscal problems and stressed that Consumption tax above 10% was needed to balance the country’s budget. Japan is set to rule as early as Thursday on the B787 flight approval plans post the FAA approved fix and greenl-ight.

India PM Economic Adviser Rangarajan commented that the current FY14 GDP growth was seen 6.4% vs. 5.0% y/y;  that he believed that FY13 GDP growth of 5.0% would be revised highr. He saw FY14 Wholesale Prices (WPI) at 6.0% ; noted that a slowdown in inflation would allow more room for central bank (RBI) easing

Country: Index Last Change % Chg
Asia Dow 2973.33 -8.25 -0.28
DJ Asia-Pacific TSM 1403.40 0.16 0.01
Australia: All Ordinaries* 5002.60 47.20 0.95
Australia: S&P/ASX* 5016.20 49.60 1.00
China: DJ CBN China 600* 20529.34 -645.67 -3.05
China: DJ Shanghai* 279.11 -8.94 -3.10
China: Shanghai Composite* 2184.54 -57.63 -2.57
China: Shenzhen Composite* 923.42 -25.68 -2.71
China: Shanghai 50* 1760.68 -63.27 -3.47
Hong Kong: Hang Seng* 21806.61 -237.76 -1.08
India: BSE Sensex* 19169.83 153.37 0.81
India: S&P CNX Nifty* 5834.40 51.30 0.89
Indonesia: JSX Index* 4975.33 -21.59 -0.43
Indonesia: JSX BISNIS 27* 429.85 -2.34 -0.54
Indonesia: JSX Islamic* 673.49 -0.89 -0.13
Indonesia: JSX LQ-45* 842.97 -4.40 -0.52
Indonesia: PEFINDO-25* 517.59 -5.36 -1.02
Indonesia: SRI-KEHATI* 270.32 -1.26 -0.46
Japan: DJ Japan TSM* 713.49 -1.10 -0.15
Japan: Nikkei 225* 13529.65 -38.72 -0.29
Japan: TOPIX Index* 1143.78 -1.82 -0.16
Malaysia: DJ Malaysia TSM* 3183.05 -11.20 -0.35
Malaysia: FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI* 1700.39 -6.29 -0.37
New Zealand: NZX 50* 4516.50 32.84 0.73
S. Korea: KOSPI* 1918.63 -7.68 -0.40
S. Korea: KOSPI 50* 1631.68 -11.57 -0.70
S. Korea: KOSPI 100* 1892.21 -12.40 -0.65
S. Korea: KOSPI 200 Composite* 250.01 -1.45 -0.58
Singapore: FTSE Straits Times* 3284.35 -24.57 -0.74
Taiwan: TAIEX* 7942.77 -27.61 -0.35
Thailand: SET* 1549.35 -9.75 -0.63

-Markets

7:07 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Major Stock Indexes
Last Change % Chg
DJIA* 14567.17 19.66 0.14
Nasdaq* 3233.55 27.50 0.86
S&P 500* 1562.50 7.25 0.47
DJ Total Stock Market* 16255.56 70.28 0.43
Russell 2000* 914.80 2.30 0.25
Global Dow 2113.72 4.27 0.20
Australia: S&P/ASX* 5016.20 49.60 1.00
India: BSE Sensex* 19169.83 153.37 0.81
Japan: Nikkei 225* 13529.65 -38.72 -0.29
Taiwan: TAIEX* 7942.77 -27.61 -0.35
France: CAC 40 3720.98 68.85 1.89
Germany: DAX 7534.14 56.03 0.75
Italy: FTSE MIB 16173.58 151.87 0.95
Spain: IBEX 35 8161.30 133.60 1.66
Stoxx Europe 600 289.14 3.46 1.21
UK: FTSE 100 6340.33 59.71 0.95
Brazil: Bovespa* 54297.73 368.81 0.68
Canada: S&P/TSX* 12090.68 25.13 0.21
Get this by E-mail * at close
7:07 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Treasurys
Price Chg Yield %
2-Year Note 0/32 0.226
10-Year Note 7/32 1.674
* at close
6:58 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Futures
Last Change Settle
Crude Oil 88.43 -0.76 89.19
Gold 1421.4 0.2 1421.2
E-mini Dow 14503 4 14499
E-mini S&P 500 1556.25 0.25 1556.00
7:08 a.m. EDT 04/23/13Currencies
Last (mid) Prior Day †
Japanese Yen (USD/JPY) 98.70 99.23
Euro (EUR/USD) 1.2991 1.3067
† Late New York trading.

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-British Airways (IAG) parent IAG SA (IAG) yesterday committed to buying 18 A350-1000s, more than doubling the European aircraft maker’s backlog for the model in less than a year. The London-based carrier took options for 18 more of the same jet, along with an undisclosed number for Spanish unit Iberia.

-TI (TXN)  reported a profit of $362 million, or 32 cents a share, up from $265 million, or 22 cents a share, a year earlier. The latest quarter included a tax benefit of $65 million, while the year-ago quarter included heavier acquisition charges.Revenue fell 7.6% to $2.89 billion y/y.

-Futures

Futures Index Value % Change Open High Low Time
Americas Futures
DJIA INDEX FUTURE Jun13 14,474.00 -0.17% 14,472.00 14,476.00 14,460.00 02:06:05
S&P 500 FUTURE Jun13 1,553.00 -0.19% 1,555.40 1,555.50 1,551.50 02:09:43
NASDAQ 100 FUTURE Jun13 2,795.00 -0.08% 2,798.25 2,799.25 2,792.25 02:09:22
Europe, Middle East & Africa Futures
EURO STOXX 50 Jun13 2,531.00 +0.24% 2,531.00 2,533.00 2,530.00 02:06:32
FTSE 100 IDX FUT Jun13 6,232.00 +0.17% 6,247.50 6,250.00 6,225.50 02:06:26
DAX INDEX FUTURE Jun13 7,487.00 +0.08% 7,485.50 7,491.00 7,483.00 02:06:42

-0155 Asia

Asian markets were mostly broadly lower as Asia’s largest economy signaled it continues to face global headwinds. The Shanghai Composite extended declines following the release of preliminary April manufacturing data out of China.The HSBC flash PMI data fell to 50.5, less than the 51.5 expected, and below the 51.6 reported in last month;  the sub-index of new export orders fell below the 50-point level to 48.6 suggesting demand for Chinese exporters remain weak. Regional indices traded lower across the board, although Australia’s S&P/ASX weathered found support at the at 5,000 level and helped by positive corporate news. Japan’s Nikkei finished down 0.3% at 13,529.65 as the Yen weakened. I sold the 100 Y/D pop, and repurchased that again tonight to short the Yen against the dollar at the 98 level.

China

China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) said the China export situation does not look optimistic; industrial economy faces certain downward pressure.

China’s Chief of the General Staff General Fang Fenghui: China opposes North Korea’s nuclear program; wants to return to disarmament talks that include the two Koreas, China, Russia, Japan and US .

China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC): CNY3.5T in LGFV (Local Government Financing Vehicle) loans could face repayment in the next three years.

Vegetable prices across China’s major cities are up 10% m/m as of Apr 20th.

Japan

Japan PM Abe reiterated he will seek to raise minimum wage. BOJ Gov Kuroda: Market expectations for price increases gradually changing; expects easing to have broad impact on Japan economy.Japan Econmin Amari: JPY exchange rate reflects acknowledgement of Japan’s policies from G20. S&P said Japan credit quality hinges on bold growth strategy(like anyone trusts these liars and conartists, and crooks); says more than one-third chance of Japan downgrade, cites risks to Abenomic.

Central bank Governor Kuroda, who this week oversees his second board meeting, says stoking inflation expectations can unlock pent-up demand and spur credit growth by alleviating concern real debt burdens will rise. The BOJ risks losing credibility unless prices stop dropping in coming months, with a key gauge showing a 0.3 percent decline in February and analysts estimating another fall in March. Prices haven’t risen for 10 months, with data due on the day of the next BOJ board meeting set to show a 0.4 percent decline the core measure in March, according to economists’ median forecast. Yoshinoya Holdings  Co., owner of a restaurant chain serving bowls of beef on rice, this month cut the price of its regular- sized meals to 280 yen ($2.81) from 380 yen.

Nikkei Newspaper writes that Japan’s life insurance companies could increase foreign bond investment by JPY1tn or more.

Eight China vessels reported to have entered near disputed Senkaku Islands

Korea

South Korea Defense Ministry spokesman Kim: North Korea is ready to conduct a nuclear test at any time; has been ready since February.

Ruling and opposition parties in South Korea’s parliament said to have reached an agreement to raise official retirement age to 60.

Economic Release Summary

 (CN) CHINA APR HSBC FLASH MANUFACTURING PMI: 50.5 V 51.5E
(AU) AUSTRALIA FEB CONFERENCE BOARD LEADING INDEX: 0.3% V 0.1% PRIOR (8-month high)
(KR) South Korea Credit Finance Association (CREFIA): Credit card spending rose 5.6% y/y in Mar to KRW45.3T – Korean press

 

Country: Index Last Change % Chg
Asia Dow 2966.80 -14.78 -0.50
DJ Asia-Pacific TSM 1402.28 -0.96 -0.07
Australia: All Ordinaries 5000.00 44.60 0.90
Australia: S&P/ASX 5013.50 46.90 0.94
China: DJ CBN China 600 20649.28 -525.73 -2.48
China: DJ Shanghai 280.94 -7.11 -2.47
China: Shanghai Composite 2191.49 -50.68 -2.26
China: Shenzhen Composite 925.75 -23.35 -2.46
China: Shanghai 50 1769.45 -54.49 -2.99
Hong Kong: Hang Seng 21787.85 -256.52 -1.16
India: BSE Sensex* 19169.83 153.37 0.81
India: S&P CNX Nifty* 5834.40 51.30 0.89
Indonesia: JSX Index 4984.07 -12.86 -0.26
Indonesia: JSX BISNIS 27 430.46 -1.74 -0.40
Indonesia: JSX Islamic 673.67 -0.70 -0.10
Indonesia: JSX LQ-45 844.29 -3.08 -0.36
Indonesia: PEFINDO-25 521.06 -1.89 -0.36
Indonesia: SRI-KEHATI 270.54 -1.04 -0.38
Japan: DJ Japan TSM* 713.42 -1.17 -0.16
Japan: Nikkei 225 13531.52 -36.85 -0.27
Japan: TOPIX Index 1143.78 -1.82 -0.16
Malaysia: DJ Malaysia TSM 3182.16 -12.09 -0.38
Malaysia: FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI 1700.35 -6.33 -0.37
New Zealand: NZX 50* 4516.50 32.84 0.73
S. Korea: KOSPI 1917.70 -8.61 -0.45
S. Korea: KOSPI 50 1631.18 -12.07 -0.73
S. Korea: KOSPI 100 1891.38 -13.23 -0.69
S. Korea: KOSPI 200 Composite 249.88 -1.58 -0.63
Singapore: FTSE Straits Times 3293.94 -14.98 -0.45
Taiwan: TAIEX* 7942.77 -27.61 -0.35
Thailand: SET 1562.31 3.21 0.21
Gold 1423.75 +2.55 +0.18%
Silver 22.990 -0.334 -1.43%
Copper 3.092 -0.039 -1.26%
Crude Oil 88.64 -0.56 -0.62%
Natural Gas 4.285 -0.008 -0.19%
US Cotton No.2 86.09 +0.07 +0.09%
US Coffee C 142.30 -0.28 -0.19%
EUR/USD 1.3046 -0.0021 -0.16%
GBP/USD 1.5261 -0.0029 -0.19%
USD/JPY 98.77 -0.47 -0.48%
USD/CHF 0.9350 +0.0006 +0.07%
AUD/USD 1.0235 -0.0037 -0.36%
USD/CAD 1.0274 +0.0016 +0.16%
EUR/GBP 0.8548 +0.0004 +0.05%

GLD: SPDR Gold Trust ETF daily holdings fall by 18.4 tons to 1,104.7 ton (lowest since 1,104.6 in Feb of 2010)

Bonds

Japan 10yr 0.59-0.03, 4.13%

U.S. 10yr 1.69-0.01, 0.38%

-USA After-hours

NFLX: Reports Q1 $0.31 v $0.18e, R$1.02B v $1.01Be; +19.5% afterhours
ACE: Reports Q1 adj $2.17 v $1.93e, R$3.80B v $3.94Be; -0.3% afterhours
 TXN: Reports Q1 $0.32 v $0.30e, R$2.89B v $2.87Be; +0.5% afterhours
RCII: Reports Q1 $0.80 v $0.85e, R$819.3M v $850Me; -6.6% afterhours
SWFT: Reports Q1 $0.21 (adj) v $0.17e, R$856.8M v $863Me; +6.8% afterhours
ILMN: Reports Q1 $0.46 v $0.38e, R$331M v $310Me; +7.3% afterhours

-Geopolitical Update

Satanic English Crown planning on Bankrupting and killing more Americans for Prince Charles’ New World order, which is just the English empire in a disguised form

200 US Troops in Jordan Could Become 20,000 for Syria Invasion

Intervention Options All Involve Huge Occupation Force

by Jason Ditz, April 22, 2013

Last week’s announcement of another 200 US troops being deployed to Jordan with an eye on Syria could rapidly become 20,000, officials say, if the decision is made by President Obama to move beyond external aid to rebels to overt military intervention.

Even the 20,000 deployment is one of the more modest schemes among the many different plans considered by the Pentagon for a Syrian invasion, and in December they conceded one of the plans involved a minimum of 75,000 troops.

When unveiling the 200 troop plan, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel did not immediately lay out the 20,000 option for the Senate, but rather has focused on warning the Senate against such a war, saying that it would rapidly escalate far beyond anything they presently envision.

Indeed, Hagel’s testimony reflected a growing rift between the Pentagon’s leadership and the State Department, which under John Kerry has grown increasingly eager to intervene in Syria. Hagel’s testimony has focused on avoiding heedlessly starting a “lengthy and uncertain” war.

Satanic Crown Butler Obama, always doing the will of evil Israel (the Bible refers to it is evil when the Jews return)

Jordan Agrees: Israel Can Use Airspace to Attack Syria

Deal Will Allow Israel to Avoid Lebanon Overflights

by Jason Ditz, April 22, 2013

In a deal that will allow Israel to stop violating Lebanese airspace on a regular basis (if they do is another matter), Jordan has agreed two open two airspace corridors to Israeli planes and drones through their country.

The two corridors are meant to give Israel access to Syria for the purposes of drone surveillance, but Jordan has also agreed that Israel can use them to attack Syria in the future if they choose.

The deal reportedly came at the behest of US President Barack Obama, who pressed Jordan’s King to allow Israel the access. Jordan has also been hosting a growing US military presence along the Syrian border, currently focused on training rebels but also with an eye on a ground invasion to “secure” Syria’s chemical weapons.

Previous Israeli attacks on Syria have used southern Lebanon’s airspace, though naturally without the Lebanese government’s permission. Such overflights have been a regular source of condemnation from UN troops deployed to southern Lebanon to oversee the periods between Israeli invasions.

 

Rebels

Europeans, Godless pagan subjects of the Windsors-Rothschilds. The law does not matter to the EU, only what Prince Charles dictates to his relative and banker Rothschilds. American dying again for Europe’s oil lust.

All Deals Must Be Approved by SNC

by Jason Ditz, April 22, 2013

The European Union has agreed to a partial lifting of the Syrian oil embargo today, permitting member nations to engage in any deals in the nation that are approved by the rebel Syrian National Coalition (SNC).

The EU has historically bought the vast majority of Syria’s oil exports, but halted that in September 2011 because of the growing civil war. Oil production is dramatically down because of the fighting, however, and security concerns may make exports difficult.

Moreover, SNC’s control is far from absolute. Syria’s government still retains some oilfields, and Kurdish militias hold others. Even where rebels hold oilfields there have been ugly fights among different rebel factions on how to divide any revenue.

Russia’s Foreign Ministry was quick to criticize the decision, saying that the move to start buying oil form the rebels was “out of line with the principles of international law.”

News www.antiwar.com
Updated April 23, 2013 – 1:07 AM EDT
Jordan: Israel Can Use Airspace to Attack Syria
Rebels Claim 500 Killed as Syria Troops Retake Damascus Suburb
EU Lifts Sanctions, Will Buy Oil From Syrian Rebels
200 US Troops in Jordan Could Become 20,000 for Syria Invasion
Bombing Suspect Charged in Civilian Court
Officials: Bombing Suspect Says He and Brother Acted Alone
Tamerlan Tsarnaev May Have Met Dagestan Rebels
Turn to Religion Split Bomb Suspects Tsarnaev’s Home
Bombings Suspect ‘Wanted to Stay in Russia Reading the Quran’
US: Iran the Greatest Threat to Nuclear NPT
Hagel: Israel Has Right to Decide to Attack Iran
Turkey PM Spurns US, Will Visit Gaza
Israel’s Ill-Treatment of Detained Palestinian Children ‘Widespread’
Brennan: 2011 US Killing of Teen Deliberate?
Canadian Police Foil Train Plot, Claim Iran Connection
Taliban Seize Foreign Hostages in Helicopter Downing
Iraq’s Sunni Provinces Shut Down as Protests Turn to Strike

-Welcome back!

John 16:24 - Hitherto have ye asked nothing in my name: ask, and ye shall receive, that your joy may be full.

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
02:15   CHF     Trade Balance 1.151B 2.098B
02:45   EUR     French Business Survey 90 90
03:00   EUR     French Manufacturing PMI 44.3 44.0
03:00   EUR     French Services PMI 42.0 41.3
03:30   EUR     German Manufacturing PMI 49.0 49.0
03:30   EUR     German Services PMI 51.0 50.9
04:00   EUR     Manufacturing PMI 46.8 46.8
04:00   EUR     Services PMI 46.6 46.4
04:00   EUR     Italian Consumer Confidence 85.1 85.2
04:00   EUR     Italian Retail Sales (MoM) 0.4% -0.5%
Tentative   EUR     Spanish House Price Index (YoY) -10.10% -9.80%
04:30   GBP     Public Sector Net Borrowing 14.0B 4.4B
04:50   EUR     Spanish 3-Month Letras Auction 0.285%
06:00   GBP     CBI Industrial Trends Orders -14 -15
08:30   CAD     Core Retail Sales (MoM) 1.0% 0.5%
08:30   CAD     Retail Sales (MoM) 0.5% 1.0%
08:45   CAD     BoC Gov Carney Speaks
08:55   USD     Redbook (MoM) -2.70%
09:00   USD     House Price Index (MoM) 0.7% 0.6%
09:00   USD     Manufacturing PMI 54.00 54.60
10:00   USD     Mass Layoffs 1.42K
10:00   USD     New Home Sales 420K 411K
10:00   USD     Richmond Manufacturing Index 3 3
11:30   USD     4-Week Bill Auction 0.050%
13:00   USD     2-Year Note Auction 0.255%
16:30   USD     API Weekly Crude Stock 1.57M -6.66M
16:30   USD     API Weekly Gasoline Stock 0.50M 0.25M
17:00   NZD     Interest Rate Decision 2.50% 2.50%
17:00   NZD     RBNZ Rate Statement
19:50   JPY     CSPI (YoY) -0.4% 0.1%
21:30   AUD     CPI (QoQ) 0.7% 0.2%
21:30   AUD     Trimmed Mean CPI (QoQ) 0.5% 0.6%
23:30   AUD     RBA Assist Gov Lowe Speaks

Newslinks 

-Rothschilds Satanic Wolf Wants Out, Now

One of the most evil and satanic Jews in the world. His ancestors murdered 60 million Christians in Russia. He’s said to have tried to murder Putin 8 times and committed numerous murders in russia using the Jewish mob to seize power. The core of his being is evil. Rothschilds wolf. Rothschilds beast. Rothschilds criminal partner.

The Kremlin's Specter: Will Oligarch Khodorkovsky Be Released?

http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/moscow-may-order-release-of-imprisoned-russian-oligarch-khodorkovsky-a-895760.html

 

-Record Freeze in U.S. Extending Wheat Crop Damage: Commodities

-Ex-MF Global CEO Corzine sued by trustee http://reut.rs/10aTYZA 

-Former Aussie Hedge Hogs fail to take CB bait and sell gold forward at smash down prices

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international-business/australian-gold-miners-shun-hedging-despite-price-fall/articleshow/19692267.cms

-Paris Property prices dropping

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-04-22/paris-hit-by-property-freeze-as-taxes-deter-buyers.html

-Sabotage of Boeing B787 effective as Airbus A350 orders pick up

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-04-22/airbus-s-biggest-a350-vindicated-as-boeing-faithful-places-order.html

-China HSBC Flash PMI falls, points to tepid second-quarter recovery http://reut.rs/10a9Xam 

-BOJ seen deploying price forecasts as tool against deflation  http://bloom.bg/Y0NhPy 

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