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Europe Commercial Vehicle Sales Increase In December: ACEA

Jan 27 2012 07:31:11 in Market

European new commercial vehicle registrations grew 7.5 percent on a yearly basis in December, data from the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) showed Friday. Registrations grew 2.5 percent in France and 13.4 percent in the U.K. In Germany, the increase came in at 16.3 percent. Read more

Australian Shares Pare Early Gains to Close Flat on Europe Concerns

Jan 24 2012 07:31:03 in Market

News Australia's benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index ended largely unchanged, down 0.9 points or 0.02 pct at 4,224.2 points Renewed fears that Portugal may be in need of a second bailout fund weighed on market sentiment Inflation and GDP data due in the week, which is expected to drive c. Read more

Europe Must Expand Size of Esm, No need to Double It - Imf's Lagarde

Jan 23 2012 13:31:04 in Market

News: EU should boost size of ESM, but there is no need to double it - Lagarde Lagarde also added in his speech "I am not saying double it," At a regular news conference, German govt spokesman Steffen Seibert said Berlin does not believe the size of the fund needs to be doubled at the moment... Read more

Research: enhanced Liquidity in Europe Could Lead to Rates Normalization

Jan 23 2012 10:31:07 in Market

Quotes from Societe Generale Cross Asset Research: -The ECB's LTRO was intended to enhance liquidity and that is exactly what is happening right now in eurozone markets, where we are seeing an easing in yield spreads vs the German bund. Read more

Europe Shares expected to rise Slightly on Hopes for Greece Agreement

Jan 23 2012 07:31:03 in Market

News European shares are expected to open slightly higher on Monday as investors hope for an agreement between Greek govt and private bond holders on debt swap deal Financial spreadbetters expected Britain's FTSE 100 to open as much as 0.4 pct higher, Germany's DAX by as much as 0. Read more

Central/Eastern Europe Economic Sentiment Improves In January

Jan 19 2012 13:01:23 in Market

Economic confidence in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), including Turkey, improved in January after weakening in the previous month, data from a survey by the Center for European Economic Research (ZEW) and Erste Group Bank showed Thursday. Read more

Japan Would Consider Supporting Imf on Europe - Govt Official

Jan 19 2012 08:31:06 in Market

News A senior Japanese govt official said that Japan is ready to extend bilateral support to IMF on condition that European countries put in strong efforts to resolve the crisis Quotes "We are now at the stage of starting discussions,"  "Japan has not made any commitment regarding a contribu... Read more

Dollar Losing Steam As Europe Fights Debt Crisis

Jan 18 2012 13:01:07 in Market

The dollar was slightly weaker versus other major currencies on Wednesday, its safe have appeal diminished by encouraging signs from Europe and rising stocks. Germany issued 2013 bonds at a record low yield overnight. The government sold ?3.44 billion of two-year bonds at an average yield of 0. Read more

Research: Money Market Funds Continue Their Erratic Flow Pattern in Europe

Jan 18 2012 09:31:03 in Market

Quotes from Societe Generale Cross Asset Research: -Despite low yields but with the advantage of being denominated in US dollars, money market funds in the US had good inflows. -In Europe, money market funds continue their erratic flow pattern with strong net outflows as of late. Read more

Japan, Uk Fms Urge Europe to Make more Efforts to Resolve Debt Crisis

Jan 18 2012 04:31:14 in Market

News Finance Ministers of Japan and UK at a meeting on Wed urged Europe to make more efforts to resolve its debt crisis They agreed to seek ways to provide more resources to the IMF to support it at an upcoming G20 meeting The ministers also discussed about potential negative impact of the U. Read more

Fms of Japan and Uk discussed How Japan, Uk can Work With Imf to Help Resolve Europe Crisis

Jan 18 2012 04:31:13 in Market

News UK's George Osborne said on Wednesday that he discussed with Japanese officials how Britain and Japan can work with the IMF to help resolve Europe crisis He also said they talked about Iran's nuclear mission and agreed that Iran should not be allowed to have nuclear weapons The material ha... Read more

Europe Passenger Car Registrations Continue To Fall: ACEA

Jan 17 2012 07:31:23 in Market

New passenger car registrations in the EU declined 6.4 percent in December to 953,108 units, the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association, or ACEA, said Tuesday. The latest drop follows November's 3.5 percent decrease. In 2011, demand for new cars fell for the fourth consecutive year. Read more

Europe Dec. New Car Sales Fall Most In Six Months: ACEA

Jan 17 2012 07:31:07 in Market

New car registrations in the European Union decreased at the fastest pace in six months in December, data released by the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA) revealed Tuesday. Read more

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