Thursday, April 8, 2010

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Indonesia Stocks in Bubble, Central Bank Study Shows (Update4)
(Bloomberg) -- Indonesia’s stocks are in a bubble and officials are prepared to put controls on capital inflows if needed to maintain financial stability, the head of the central bank’s economic research and monetary policy division said.

Asean May Need to Manage Capital Inflows, IMF Says (Update3)
(Bloomberg) -- Southeast Asian nations may need to manage excessive short-term capital inflows to avoid destabilizing the region’s economic recovery, the International Monetary Fund said.

10 Reasons to Stay Bullish -- Part 3
Over the next several quarters, you're going to witness the best earnings cycle you've ever seen. It's the antithesis of the perfect storm that slammed the credit markets in 2008 -- this time all of the critical variables are turning positive. The equation goes something like this: Apply lean-to-the-bone operating structures to an economic upturn, then factor in reduced supply, and the net result will be a knock-your-socks-off earnings explosion.

China Futures May Challenge U.S. as Busiest Market (Update1)
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(Bloomberg) -- China’s increased trading in equities from index futures will help the nation challenge the U.S. as the world’s busiest stock market, according to Guotai Junan Securities Co. and HSBC Jintrust Fund Management Co.

North Asia Stocks May Soon Outperform Asean, Credit Suisse Says
(Bloomberg) -- North Asia’s stocks may soon post better returns than markets in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations after a year of underperformance reduced valuations, according to Credit Suisse Group AG.

Breakout Marks Bullish Move For Stocks
You've seen this phrase pop up again and again in IBD: "The stock broke out."
If you're new to investing, that might leave you wondering exactly what's meant by a "breakout."

ISI’s DeGraaf Sees Setback for U.S. Stocks: Technical Analysis
(Bloomberg) -- The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index may fall as low as 1,150 this quarter before resuming the advance that pushed it to an 18-month high on April 6, said Jeffrey deGraaf, a top-ranked technical analyst.

Taiwan Stocks Indicator ‘Losing Its Mojo’: Technical Analysis
(Bloomberg) -- A Taiwan equities momentum indicator is “losing its mojo,” suggesting investors may soon become net sellers, according to Citigroup Inc.

Philippine Peso May Extend Rally by 1.9%: Technical Analysis
(Bloomberg) -- The Philippine peso, Asia’s fourth- best performing currency in the past three months, may gain 1.9 percent by the end of June after rising beyond a major technical level, said Okasan Securities Co.

Emerging Market Debt Soars on Growth Forecasts: Credit Markets
(Bloomberg) -- Emerging-market bonds, with returns four times those of U.S. corporate debt, are extending their lead on signs that developing nations are growing faster than the world’s biggest economies.

Euro May Tumble to Lowest in Year, UBS Says: Technical Analysis
(Bloomberg) -- The euro may fall to its weakest against the dollar in almost 12 months if it declines below a level it touched in March, according to UBS AG, the world’s second-largest foreign-exchange trader.

Euro to Fall Versus Swiss Franc Even as SNB Buys, Barclays Says
(Bloomberg) -- The euro may fall further against the franc even as the Swiss National Bank likely intervened last week to buy euros and constrain the local currency’s gain, Barclays Capital said, citing technical indicators.

Shouldn’t The Sell-Off Be Much Worse?
The market had every reason to sell-off recently. We had renewed worries about Greece, a higher dollar, and Treasury auctions.

Why the Averages Are Lying
The averages on Wednesday told a much different story than the one that Cramer’s hearing from the economy. While the Dow lost 72 points, presumably because of unenthusiastic statements from Ben Bernanke, the Mad Money host pointed to a slew of data points that just may contradict the Fed chief.

Four Ways to Play Emerging Markets: It's Not Just Stocks
Emerging markets still will provide value to investors—but not necessarily through their stock markets, strategists at Barclays Wealth Management said Wednesday.

Oil Prices Heading Towards $99: Charts
NYMEX crude futures are heading towards $99 per barrel, said chartist Ray Barros, CEO of Barros Trading Group.

South Korean ‘Bull Market’ to Run Another 20%, Mirae Asset Says
(Bloomberg) -- South Korea’s “bull market” will boost the benchmark stock index by as much as 20 percent this year on earnings growth driven by exports, according to Mirae Asset Global Investments Co.

China on ‘Treadmill to Hell’ Amid Bubble, Chanos Says (Update1)
(Bloomberg) -- China’s property market is a bubble that may burst by as early as this year, according to hedge fund manager James Chanos.

China Will Eventually Allow Yuan to Gain, Rogers Says (Update2)
(Bloomberg) -- China will eventually allow its currency to appreciate because a strong yuan will help the world’s fastest-growing economy to fight inflation, said investor Jim Rogers, author of “A Bull in China.

‘Risk Trades’ Resilient, Not Impervious to Greece, RBS Says
 (Bloomberg) -- Emerging market and commodity currencies should keep outperforming the dollar, the euro, the yen and the pound unless sovereign-debt concern about Greece deepens or spreads, said Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc.

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