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15th May 2013

PSI20: +0,97% IBEX35: +1.54% CAC40: +5,57% S&P500: +0,51% NIKKEI225: +2,29%
Portugal GDP suffered the third highest annual drop after Greece and Cyprus. Only in 2009 there was such a big annual drop More>> Psi 20 increased almost 1% during today. Banking sector recorded most of the gains with BES rising over 4%... More>>

European stocks rose, extending their highest level since June 2008, after the Bank of England raised its growth forecast for Europes third-biggest economy... More>> The raid on Cypriot bank deposits in return for aid could be repeated in other European countries and emphasizes the need for a region-wide banking union, Standard & Poor's (S&P) warned on WednesdayMore>>

Stocks regained their footing in choppy trading Wednesday, with the Dow and S&P 500 briefly touched another all-time high, but a sharp decline in Apple kept a lid on the Nasdaq's gains. More>> U.S. industrial production fell by more than expected in April, reflecting a broad decline in factory output and a weather-related decrease in demand for utilities. More>> Google introduced subscription music streaming and overhauled its mapping service at a developer meeting. Shares crossed above $900 a share for the first time. More>>

Japans economy expanded more than analysts estimated in the first quarter on gains in consumer spending and exports, building momentum for Prime Minister Shinzo Abes campaign for a sustained growth revival.... More>> China retained its lead over Japan as the largest foreign creditor to America in March. Chinas holdings of Treasuries fell 0.1 percent in March to $1.25 trillion, while Japan reduced its stake by 0.05 percent to $1.1 trillion, according to data released yesterday.... More>>

OIL (WTI 94.34 $/bbl; +0.14% / Brent 103.56 $/bbl; +1.03%): Brent prices reversed course and rose on the back of a rally in U.S. equity markets despite an increase in U.S. refined products inventories More>> GOLD (1391.35 $/oz t; -2.33%): Gold prices softened to four-week lows after a string of disappointing economic indicators in the U.S. and Europe sparked safe-haven demand for the greenback ... More>> WHEAT (693.88 $/bu; -2.33%): Wheat futures fell for the first time this week on speculation that global production will surge to a record in the year that starts on June 1. More>>

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