August 17, 2011 by staff
Dell Stock, Stock futures were slightly lower this morning as investors awaited U.S. data inflation and keep an eye nerve in the technology sector after the computer maker Dell (DELL) cut its forecast full-year profits. The global activity can be slow, with the market return to volume levels plus off August after volatile trading last week.
Taiwanese and Japanese shares closed lower on Wednesday as persistent worries about Europe’s economic problems, while Australian shares advanced as a set of upbeat earnings reports encouraged more purchases of bargain.
Mainland Chinese shares fell on fears a monetary tightening, while shares in Hong Kong afternoon trading exceeded chopped up the top after Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang – who visit the city – announced proposals to affirm the status of Hong key financial Kong as at sea. European shares were hit on Wednesday by the apparent inability of France and Germany to find a clear solution to the crisis of European debt. However, the Swiss franc soared after the Swiss National Bank announced an increase in fresh liquidity, short of an exchange rate with the euro widely speculated.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy met Tuesday, and pushed for the integration of the nearest euro area, including limits on deficit and proposed tax on financial transactions. However, leaders said all the Euro-bonds could only be an option in the long term, so do not submit an initiative of the crisis-busting. Traders duly left the financial services, banks and foreign exchange reserves amid a shortage of details on the proposed tax, and fears that could reduce profitability.
Five of ten in Asia / Pacific we are. The Taiwan Weighted is down 0.73%. The Australian All Ordinaries is up 1.26%. Seven of the ten European markets are seen. The OSE Norway All Share is 1.26%. The Euronext 100 is down 0.36%. In the regions of pre-market trade finance (RF), Target (TGT), Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF), Staples (SPLS) and NYSE Euronext (NYX) have increased, while First Solar (FSLR), Analog Devices (ADI ), Dell (DELL), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and Intel (INTC) have fallen. [InvestorsKeyhole, various news and data sources]
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