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#1 aussiebear

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Posted 15 January 2007 - 07:30 PM

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Posted 15 January 2007 - 07:31 PM

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Posted 15 January 2007 - 07:42 PM

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Nothing too much happening at this stage. All Ords +0.2% with Telecom leading the way, +1.1% and the only red is Consumer Staples -0.2%.

The big miners are doing a dip: BHP -0.3% and RIO -0.6% and the golds, which started off well, look as though they may weaken.

Not much interest in the oils: Woodside -0.3% and Santos flat.

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 01:29 AM

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Pretty much a round trip today with All Ords closing flat. Quite a few sectors dwindled into the red; Property Trusts and Materials finished down the most, -0.6%. Telecom continued to barrel up, +3.2%.

Not a good day for the miners: BHP -1.5%, RIO -1.4% and the golds slid into the red to the tune of around 1.5%. Newmont was an exception, +0.4%.

Oils closed down, Woodside -0.8% and Santos -1%.

Asia also lacking in action: China -0.5%, Singers +0.5%, Nikkers flat.

Over to UK/Europe:

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 07:51 AM

London Prime Home Prices Have Biggest Gain Since 1979

Jan. 15 (Bloomberg) -- The prices of London's most expensive homes rose last year at the fastest pace since Margaret Thatcher became prime minister in 1979, as bankers receiving record bonuses competed for a limited supply of properties.

Prices of prime properties in the U.K. capital gained 2.6 percent in December, bringing the increase for the year to 28.6 percent, London-based Knight Frank LLC, an international real- estate broker, said today in a statement. In 1979, prices advanced almost 44 percent.

``Bonus money has already started to impact the market,'' said Liam Bailey, head of residential research at Knight Frank. ``The proportion of prospective purchasers making an offer has increased since November. Much of this demand is due to people wanting to find a property before bonuses are distributed.''

Workers in London's financial district may have earned a record 8.8 billion pounds ($16.8 billion) in bonuses last year, 18 percent more than in 2005, according to the city's Centre for Economics and Business Research Ltd. London house prices rose at the fastest annual pace in at least four years last month, pushing the average asking price to 355,097 pounds, according to Rightmove Plc, the country's biggest property Web site.

London is the most expensive city in the world for prime real estate, CB Richard Ellis Group Inc. said in September. Prices in neighborhoods such as Chelsea and Hampstead averaged $2,244 a square foot in the second quarter. The same space for Manhattan homes -- on Fifth Avenue, Park Avenue and Madison Avenue near Central Park -- cost about $1,870 a square foot.

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 07:54 AM

German Investor Confidence Rises to a Six-Month High

Jan. 16 (Bloomberg) -- German investor confidence rose more than economists expected in January, reaching a six-month high, on the view that the economy will overcome a sales-tax increase and a global slowdown.

ZEW says its survey findings anticipate the outcome of the Ifo institute's business sentiment indicator, Germany's most- watched confidence gauge. Munich-based Ifo is scheduled to release the January confidence indicator on Jan. 25.

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 08:15 AM

“They have a choice of how they want to lose it,” Mr. Murphy said of investors and condo developers. “Drip by drip or in one slap.”

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 08:24 AM

Mortimer is busy today ...

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 09:10 AM

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 09:12 AM

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 09:40 AM

Cramer's Comeback

posted this chick's photo op on M2M -> hilarious segment. A bunch of off-Broadway kooks having a riot.
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Posted 16 January 2007 - 10:43 AM

DJ Fed Accepts $11.25 Bln In Overnight RPs

Type of transaction: Overnight RPs
Total accepted: $11.25 Bln
Total submitted: $41.65 Bln

Agency Collateral Operation
Total accepted: $2.364 Bln
Total submitted: $14.1 Bln
Stop-Out Rate: 5.3%
Weighted Average: 5.3%
High-rate submitted: 5.3%
Low-rate submitted: 5.25%

Treasury Collateral Operation
Total accepted: $8.469 Bln
Total submitted: $19.05 Bln
Stop-Out Rate: 5.26%
Weighted Average: 5.27%
High-rate submitted: 5.28%
Low-rate submitted: 5.21%

Mortgage-Backed Collateral Operations
Total accepted: $417 Mln
Total submitted: $8.5 Bln
Stop-Out Rate: 5.32%
Weighted Average: 5.32%
High-rate submitted: 5.32%
Low-rate submitted: 5.3%
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#13 DrStool

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 10:49 AM

That's a wash. $11.25 billion expiring.

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Posted 16 January 2007 - 10:53 AM

“They have a choice of how they want to lose it,” Mr. Murphy said of investors and condo developers. “Drip by drip or in one slap.”

http://www.nytimes.c...artner=homepage

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But confidence remains high :huh: It is only condos. :lol:


And while there are tentative signs that the worst of the overall housing slump may be easing as builders cut back and interest rates remain relatively modest, condo markets continue to suffer.


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Posted 16 January 2007 - 11:10 AM

FED getting slammed hard....top may be in there...just need to break 66 now and the landslide should begin in the Kali Option Armer...





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