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CADENCE BEARD

Germany

Member since October 29, 2012


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    http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-02-04/germany-s-bonds-decline-before-investor-confidence-data

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    Spanische Staatsanleihen führten Rückgänge zwischen den sogenannten Peripheriestaaten der Euro-Region als erneuerten Zeichen politischer Instabilität in die Währung Bloc gedämpft Nachfrage nach der Nation-Anlagen.

    Spaniens 10-Jahres-Renditen kletterte auf höchstem Niveau in sieben Wochen als Premier Mariano Rajoy beschuldigt wurde, illegale Zahlungen zu akzeptieren und Strategen von Commerzbank AG empfohlen, dass Investoren bestand der Schulden des Landes schneiden. Italienische und portugiesische Wertpapiere als Analysten von Morgan Stanley und der Deutsche Bank AG sagte, dass die diesjährige Rallye in Peripherie Anleihen schwanken kann. Deutschen Bundesanleihen erweitert.

    "Der Markt ist realisieren, gibt es noch erhebliche Risiken gibt, vor allem an der politischen Front", sagte Michael Leister, ein fixed Income Strategist bei der Commerzbank in London. "Die Dynamik in Spanien sind verheerend, weil sie haben eine Menge Schaden verursachen. Wenn im schlimmsten Fall wir Neuwahlen in Spanien erhalten würde, würde dies ein echtes Schocker für den Markt sein...

  • http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/02/01/spanish-court-calls-economy-minister-to-testify-in-probe-over-alleged-fraud-at/

    Published February 01, 2013 Associated Press • Spain's Finance Minister Luis de Guindos arrives to give a joint news conference with he European Commissioner for Monetary Affairs Olli Rehn, unseen, in Madrid Monday Jan. 28, 2013. Battling to reduce a swollen deficit and avoid a bailout, the year-old conservative government has brought major financial and labor reforms and applied severe cutbacks in wages and spending but so far the economy has shown few signs of recovery. (AP Photo/Paul White) (The Associated Press) MADRID – Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos has been called by the National Court to testify in a probe into alleged fraud at one of the country's major banks. The court said Friday that De Guindos will give testimony on Feb. 18 as a witness relating to Bankia SA, which had to be nationalized and bailed out by the state for €18 billion ($24 billion). As a government minister he may provide written replies or be questioned at his ministerial office. Also called are former Bank of Spain governor Miguel Fernadez Ordonez and Bankia's president Jose Ignacio Gorigolzarri. Judge Fernando Andreu is investigating suspected mismanagement by former Popular Party minister and ex-IMF chief Rodrigo Rato and 32 other one-time Bankia board members. Rato has not been charged with any crime.

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  • MILESTONE AMG A look at the Scandinavia Economies

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    Milestone AMG has been regarded by its peers as one of the best Independent Financial Advisory firms consistently providing the latest and most profitable financial solutions to today’s investors. We believe that even though the markets change on a daily basis, the principles for investing always remain constant. Our investment research is not just based on the major indexes. When we look for new and exciting opportunities we will search all indices for the right recommendations. Today we look at Scandinavia (also referred to as the ‘Nordic’ region) as we research the four countries that make up the region: Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

    THE NORDIC ECONOMY

    Economic Growth The regional economy grew by a healthy 2.5% in2011, but lost momentum towards the end of the year. Growth is expected to slow down in 2012, but contraction is not anticipated for any of the Nordic countries. GDP is forecasted to rebound to some 2% in 2013. Public finances remain relatively well contained and all maintained triple-A ratings on government debt. With the current European crisis in full motion, the Nordic economies offer an alternative to the major European markets.

    Interest Rates Long term interest rates remained low across the region in the first quarter of 2012. Yields on 10-year government bonds were below inflation in Denmark, Norway and Sweden again proving the region’s economic strength.

    Employment Overall employment increased by 1.2% in 2011, but is expected to slo...