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20 января, 07:00

American Express заявила о снижении квартальной прибыли

Американский эмитент кредитных карт American Express представил финансовые результаты за четвертый квартал. Так, прибыль уменьшилась с $899 млн или 89 центов на акцию годом ранее до $825 млн или 88 центов на бумагу. Скорректированная прибыль, в свою очередь, оказалась на уровне 91 цента на одну акцию, тогда как аналитики прогнозировали 98 центов на бумагу. Заметим, что выручка сократилась на 4,4% г/г до $8,02 млрд, что оказалось выше ожиданий аналитиков в $7,95 млрд.

20 января, 01:57

American Express (AXP) Lower on Q4 Earnings Miss

American Express Co. (AXP) just released its fourth quarter fiscal 2016 financial results, posting earnings of 91 cents per share and revenues of $8.02 billion.

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20 января, 00:07

American Express Q4 rev. $8B vs. expectations $7.9B

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20 января, 00:06

American Express shares down 1.4% after EPS miss

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20 января, 00:06

American Express Q4 adj. EPS 88c vs. expectations 98c

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19 января, 20:49

Власти Китая готовятся перекрыть отток капитала

Поскольку Китай продолжает сталкиваться с оттоком капитала, растут ожидания, что власти предпримут шаги, чтобы остановить этот процесс.

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19 января, 17:41

Earnings Preview: What To Expect From American Express Today

American Express is expected to report earnings of $0.98/share on $7.94 billion in revenue. Meanwhile, the so-called Whisper number is $1.06. The Whisper number is the Street's unofficial view on earnings.

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19 января, 17:28

Перед открытием фондовых рынков США: фьючерсы на премаркете демонстрируют незначительные изменения

Перед открытием рынка фьючерс S&P находится на уровне 2,265.50 (-0.04%), фьючерс NASDAQ снизился на 0.02% до уровня 5,053.25. Внешний фон нейтральный. Основные фондовые индексы Азии завершили сессию разнонаправленно. Основные фондовые индексы Европы на текущий момент демонстрируют смешанную динамику. Nikkei 19,072.25 +177.88 +0.94% Hang Seng 23,049.96 -48.30 -0.21% Shanghai 3,101.70 -11.31 -0.36% FTSE 7,217.66 -29.95 -0.41% CAC 4,855.46 +2.06 +0.04% DAX 11,600.83 +1.44 +0.01% Февральские нефтяные фьючерсы Nymex WTI в данный момент котируются по $51.50 за баррель (+0.82%) Золото торгуется по $1,200.90 за унцию (-0.92%) Фьючерсы на основные фондовые индексы США на премаркете демонстрируют незначительные изменения, так как инвесторы проявляют осторожность накануне инаугурации избранного президента США Дональда Трампа, которая запланирована на завтра. Кроме того, в фокусе внимания находятся последние макроэкономические отчеты и вчерашние "ястребиные" заявления главы ФРС Йеллен. Напомним, Йеллен подала сильный сигнал о вероятности дальнейшего повышения процентных ставок в США в этом году, сказав, что в экономике достигнут почти максимальный уровень занятости, а инфляция приближается к целевому уровню. Кроме того, Йеллен предупредила, что слишком длительное затягивание с повышением процентных ставок до нейтральных уровней может в дальнейшем создать риск либо чрезмерной инфляции, либо финансовой нестабильности, либо и того и другого. Она добавила, что ФРС будет наблюдать, может ли проводимая администрацией Дональда Трампа налогово-бюджетная политика обусловить чрезмерное ускорение роста экономики, что создало бы потенциал повышательного давления на инфляцию. Отчет, представленный ФРБ Филадельфии, показал, что индекс деловой активности в секторе производства вырос в январе, достигнув уровня 23.6 пункта по сравнению с 21.5 пункта в декабре. Экономисты ожидали снижения данного показателя до отметки 15.8 пунктов. Данные Министерства труда показали, что первичные обращения за пособием по безработице неожиданно упали на прошлой неделе, вновь достигнув самого низкого уровня за последние десятилетия. Количество первичных заявок на получение пособий по безработице сократилось на 15 тыс. с учетом сезонных колебаний до 234 тыс. за неделю, завершившуюся 14 января. Экономисты прогнозировали рост числа данных заявок до 254 тыс. с 247 тыс., зафиксированных на позапрошлой неделе. Также стало известно, что число закладок новых домов в США в декабре выросло до 1226 тыс. с 1090 тыс. в ноябре, тогда как аналитики прогнозировали увеличение до 1200 тыс. В то же время количество выданных разрешении на строительство составило 1210 тыс., что оказалось ниже, чем 1212 тыс. в ноябре и прогноз аналитиков 1225 тыс. Важных сообщений корпоративного характера, способных оказать влияние на динамику широкого рынка, на премаркете отмечено не было. После начала торгов влияние на их ход могут оказать данные министерства энергетики по изменениям запасов нефти, которые выйдут в 16:00 GMT. После закрытия торговой сессии ожидается публикация квартальной отчетности American Express (AXP) и IBM (IBM)Источник: FxTeam

19 января, 17:28

Перед открытием фондовых рынков США: фьючерсы на премаркете демонстрируют незначительные изменения

Перед открытием рынка фьючерс S&P находится на уровне 2,265.50 (-0.04%), фьючерс NASDAQ снизился на 0.02% до уровня 5,053.25. Внешний фон нейтральный. Основные фондовые индексы Азии завершили сессию разнонаправленно. Основные фондовые индексы Европы на текущий момент демонстрируют смешанную динамику. Nikkei 19,072.25 +177.88 +0.94% Hang Seng 23,049.96 -48.30 -0.21% Shanghai 3,101.70 -11.31 -0.36% FTSE 7,217.66 -29.95 -0.41% CAC 4,855.46 +2.06 +0.04% DAX 11,600.83 +1.44 +0.01% Февральские нефтяные фьючерсы Nymex WTI в данный момент котируются по $51.50 за баррель (+0.82%) Золото торгуется по $1,200.90 за унцию (-0.92%) Фьючерсы на основные фондовые индексы США на премаркете демонстрируют незначительные изменения, так как инвесторы проявляют осторожность накануне инаугурации избранного президента США Дональда Трампа, которая запланирована на завтра. Кроме того, в фокусе внимания находятся последние макроэкономические отчеты и вчерашние "ястребиные" заявления главы ФРС Йеллен. Напомним, Йеллен подала сильный сигнал о вероятности дальнейшего повышения процентных ставок в США в этом году, сказав, что в экономике достигнут почти максимальный уровень занятости, а инфляция приближается к целевому уровню. Кроме того, Йеллен предупредила, что слишком длительное затягивание с повышением процентных ставок до нейтральных уровней может в дальнейшем создать риск либо чрезмерной инфляции, либо финансовой нестабильности, либо и того и другого. Она добавила, что ФРС будет наблюдать, может ли проводимая администрацией Дональда Трампа налогово-бюджетная политика обусловить чрезмерное ускорение роста экономики, что создало бы потенциал повышательного давления на инфляцию. Отчет, представленный ФРБ Филадельфии, показал, что индекс деловой активности в секторе производства вырос в январе, достигнув уровня 23.6 пункта по сравнению с 21.5 пункта в декабре. Экономисты ожидали снижения данного показателя до отметки 15.8 пунктов. Данные Министерства труда показали, что первичные обращения за пособием по безработице неожиданно упали на прошлой неделе, вновь достигнув самого низкого уровня за последние десятилетия. Количество первичных заявок на получение пособий по безработице сократилось на 15 тыс. с учетом сезонных колебаний до 234 тыс. за неделю, завершившуюся 14 января. Экономисты прогнозировали рост числа данных заявок до 254 тыс. с 247 тыс., зафиксированных на позапрошлой неделе. Также стало известно, что число закладок новых домов в США в декабре выросло до 1226 тыс. с 1090 тыс. в ноябре, тогда как аналитики прогнозировали увеличение до 1200 тыс. В то же время количество выданных разрешении на строительство составило 1210 тыс., что оказалось ниже, чем 1212 тыс. в ноябре и прогноз аналитиков 1225 тыс. Важных сообщений корпоративного характера, способных оказать влияние на динамику широкого рынка, на премаркете отмечено не было. После начала торгов влияние на их ход могут оказать данные министерства энергетики по изменениям запасов нефти, которые выйдут в 16:00 GMT. После закрытия торговой сессии ожидается публикация квартальной отчетности American Express (AXP) и IBM (IBM)Источник: FxTeam

19 января, 17:11

Wall Street. Акции на премаркете

(компания / тикер / цена / изменение ($/%) / проторгованый объем) ALCOA INC. AA 34.42 -0.39(-1.1204%) 2010 ALTRIA GROUP INC. MO 69.04 -0.12(-0.1735%) 1309 Amazon.com Inc., NASDAQ AMZN 809.55 2.07(0.2564%) 11460 American Express Co AXP 77.79 0.30(0.3871%) 12220 Apple Inc. AAPL 119.51 -0.48(-0.40%) 174289 Barrick Gold Corporation, NYSE ABX 16.72 -0.10(-0.5945%) 36722 Caterpillar Inc CAT 93.25 -0.08(-0.0857%) 2110 Citigroup Inc., NYSE C 57.45 0.06(0.1045%) 14226 Exxon Mobil Corp XOM 85.87 -0.41(-0.4752%) 6912 Facebook, Inc. FB 128.18 0.26(0.2032%) 69985 Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., NYSE FCX 15.11 -0.13(-0.853%) 15008 Goldman Sachs GS 234.2 -0.09(-0.0384%) 4283 Hewlett-Packard Co. HPQ 14.8 0.22(1.5089%) 6504 International Business Machines Co... IBM 166.6 -0.20(-0.1199%) 2116 JPMorgan Chase and Co JPM 83.9 -0.04(-0.0477%) 14125 McDonald's Corp MCD 122.44 -0.27(-0.22%) 238 Microsoft Corp MSFT 62.31 -0.19(-0.304%) 1152 Nike NKE 53.4 0.13(0.244%) 13572 Pfizer Inc PFE 32 -0.03(-0.0937%) 781 Procter & Gamble Co PG 84.89 -0.04(-0.0471%) 461 Tesla Motors, Inc., NASDAQ TSLA 248 9.64(4.0443%) 185938 The Coca-Cola Co KO 41.05 -0.24(-0.5813%) 23002 UnitedHealth Group Inc UNH 157.13 -0.61(-0.3867%) 482 Verizon Communications Inc VZ 52.5 0.25(0.4785%) 11425 Wal-Mart Stores Inc WMT 68 -0.11(-0.1615%) 164 Walt Disney Co DIS 107.95 -0.21(-0.1942%) 1046 Yahoo! Inc., NASDAQ YHOO 42.13 0.10(0.2379%) 621 Yandex N.V., NASDAQ

19 января, 17:11

Wall Street. Акции на премаркете

(компания / тикер / цена / изменение ($/%) / проторгованый объем) ALCOA INC. AA 34.42 -0.39(-1.1204%) 2010 ALTRIA GROUP INC. MO 69.04 -0.12(-0.1735%) 1309 Amazon.com Inc., NASDAQ AMZN 809.55 2.07(0.2564%) 11460 American Express Co AXP 77.79 0.30(0.3871%) 12220 Apple Inc. AAPL 119.51 -0.48(-0.40%) 174289 Barrick Gold Corporation, NYSE ABX 16.72 -0.10(-0.5945%) 36722 Caterpillar Inc CAT 93.25 -0.08(-0.0857%) 2110 Citigroup Inc., NYSE C 57.45 0.06(0.1045%) 14226 Exxon Mobil Corp XOM 85.87 -0.41(-0.4752%) 6912 Facebook, Inc. FB 128.18 0.26(0.2032%) 69985 Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., NYSE FCX 15.11 -0.13(-0.853%) 15008 Goldman Sachs GS 234.2 -0.09(-0.0384%) 4283 Hewlett-Packard Co. HPQ 14.8 0.22(1.5089%) 6504 International Business Machines Co... IBM 166.6 -0.20(-0.1199%) 2116 JPMorgan Chase and Co JPM 83.9 -0.04(-0.0477%) 14125 McDonald's Corp MCD 122.44 -0.27(-0.22%) 238 Microsoft Corp MSFT 62.31 -0.19(-0.304%) 1152 Nike NKE 53.4 0.13(0.244%) 13572 Pfizer Inc PFE 32 -0.03(-0.0937%) 781 Procter & Gamble Co PG 84.89 -0.04(-0.0471%) 461 Tesla Motors, Inc., NASDAQ TSLA 248 9.64(4.0443%) 185938 The Coca-Cola Co KO 41.05 -0.24(-0.5813%) 23002 UnitedHealth Group Inc UNH 157.13 -0.61(-0.3867%) 482 Verizon Communications Inc VZ 52.5 0.25(0.4785%) 11425 Wal-Mart Stores Inc WMT 68 -0.11(-0.1615%) 164 Walt Disney Co DIS 107.95 -0.21(-0.1942%) 1046 Yahoo! Inc., NASDAQ YHOO 42.13 0.10(0.2379%) 621 Yandex N.V., NASDAQ

19 января, 14:39

Global Stocks Dip; Bond Yields, Dollar Rise After Yellen's Rate Guidance; All Eyes On Draghi

After yesterday's speech by Janet Yellen which signaled a path of steady interest rate increases and was perceived as hawkish, the dollar rebounded, Asian shares slipped and government bond yields jumped to multi-week highs on Thursday. European, Asian stocks and US equity futures all decline together with commodity metals while oil rises on the API reported drop in crude inventories. The euro rebounded as investors look to Mario Draghi to address quickening inflation that make his stimulative policies look increasingly out of sync, even if the market is confident the ECB won't make any changes to its policy today. That said the ECB may struggle to downplay the recent spike in Eurozone inflation. Top news stories include Netflix reporting its biggest quarter ever, Credit Suisse resolving U.S. mortgage probe, France’s Safran buying Zodiac in $10 billion aviation deal. In markets, the main focus for the past 24 hours has been once again on the fairly large moves across rates and FX, albeit moves which largely ended up being a reversal of the previous day’s price action. 10y Treasury yields closed a shade over 10bps higher yesterday at 2.430% while the USD index rebounded +0.60% and finished higher for the first time in over a week. Those moves were given a late boost by comments from Fed Chair Yellen who said that “it is fair to say the economy is near maximum employment and inflation is moving toward our goal”. She also said that while “it makes sense to gradually reduce the level of monetary policy support” the actual timing of the next Fed rate hike “will depend on how the economy actually evolves over coming months”. So a fairly straight bat approach. As a result, the dollar gained almost one percent from Thursday's lows against a basket of currencies, yields climbed in Europe, catching up with Treasuries which sold off yesterday after Fed chair Janet Yellen said the American economy is strong enough to warrant higher interest rates, bringing the ECB’s quantitative easing into sharper relief as policymakers led by Draghi meet today. Stocks fell, led lower by real estate after an indicator of U.K. house prices fell for the first time in five months in December as values slumped in London.  Yellen's hawkishness appeared to be wearing off on Thursday, though, as investors, looking for further details on Trump's plans to boost growth, remained cautious before the President-elect's inauguration on Friday. As a reminder, Yellen will speak again later on Thursday, after European markets close, about the economic outlook and monetary policy. The ECB is set to meet as the euro recovered some of the ground it lost overnight, but with no policy changes expected. However, hints of disagreements among the region's monetary guardians could ruffle markets. European stocks opened a tad higher with some big moves in single stocks, as Zodiac Aerospace surged following a takeover offer, and Moneysupermarket.com jumped after it reported strong results. Asian shares edged down 0.2 percent, knocked back by the dollar. Bucking the trend of weaker Asian shares, Japan's Nikkei stock index ended up 0.9 percent, helped by weaker yen. "Of all the speakers we're getting, either from Davos or from less ostentatious spots, the one I'm going to listen to most for now will probably still be Janet Yellen," Societe Generale's currency strategist Kit Juckes said cited by Reuters. "As the U.S. economy approaches full employment, as wages rise but inflation rises nearly as quickly, how hawkish the Fed dares to be will determine how much the dollar rises." Euro zone government bonds were still moving in the slipstream of Yellen's speech with benchmark German bond yields spiking to one-month highs after U.S. equivalents rose to their highest since Jan. 9. Yields on 10-year German bunds jumped 3 basis points to 0.38 percent by 9:40 a.m. in London. Treasury yields were steady at 2.43 percent. As Reuters adds, and as we previewed overnight, earlier in Asia, short-term funding costs in China shot to their highest in nearly 10 years on fears that liquidity was tightening heading into the Lunar New Year holidays at the end of this month.  "The market is typically short of liquidity ahead of the Lunar New Year," said Gu Weiyong, chief investment officer at bond-focused hedge fund Ucom Investment Co, adding that a cash injection by the central bank was insufficient. Crude oil prices regained some ground lost in the previous session when the dollar strengthened as investors turned their attention to upcoming government data on U.S. inventories. A stronger dollar makes dollar-denominated commodities more expensive for those holding other currencies. U.S. crude added 0.8 percent to $51.50 per barrel, after shedding 2.67% on Wednesday. Brent crude rose 0.7 percent to $54.32 after slipping 2.79%. Market Snapshot S&P 500 futures down 0.2% to 2263 Stoxx 600 down 0.3% to 362 FTSE 100 down 0.6% to 7206 DAX down 0.1% to 11585 German 10Yr yield up 2bps to 0.38% Italian 10Yr yield up 3bps to 1.99% Spanish 10Yr yield up 3bps to 1.48% S&P GSCI Index up 0.2% to 395.9 MSCI Asia Pacific down 0.2% to 140 Nikkei 225 up 0.9% to 19072 Hang Seng down 0.2% to 23050 Shanghai Composite down 0.4% to 3101 S&P/ASX 200 up 0.2% to 5692 US 10-yr yield down less than 1bp to 2.42% Dollar Index up 0.18% to 101.11 WTI Crude futures up 0.6% to $51.40 Brent Futures up 0.7% to $54.28 Gold spot down less than 0.1% to $1,204 Silver spot down 0.5% to $16.98 Top Global News Netflix Soars, Esquire Goes Dark as More TV Viewers Move Online: Online video leader beats projections in U.S., foreign markets Credit Suisse Resolves U.S. Mortgage Probe for $5.3 Billion: Bank to pay $2.5 billion fine, $2.8 billion in consumer relief Safran to Buy Zodiac for $10 Billion in All-French Aviation Deal: Struggling seat supplier accepts bid from aero-engine maker Goldman Says Aluminum Poised for Big Gains If China Widens Cuts: China seen widening capacity cuts to aluminum from steel, coal Kremlin Said to Fear Trump Won’t Be a Great Deal After All: Top officials fret furor in U.S. over hacking could hurt thaw Russia Weighs FX Purchases as Strong Ruble Hits Exporters: Russia considers how to cut volatility of real exchange rate Vegemite Heads Back to Australia in $345 Million Bega Deal: Bega Cheese to acquire global trademark rights for Vegemite CSX Jumps on Report Hilal, CP Rail’s Harrison Targeting Company: WSJ reports, citing unidentified people familiar Oclaro Jumps 5.5% After 2Q Preliminary Revenue Tops Estimate Plexus Drops 2.6% Post-Mkt; Sees 2Q Revenue Below Estimates Canadian Pacific Railway 4Q Adj. EPS Misses Est. Looking at regional markets, Asia stocks traded mixed following a similar lacklustre lead from Wall St, although exporters in Japan have been buoyed by a weaker JPY. This saw the Nikkei 225 (+0.9%)  outperform with the power sector underpinned by TEPCO plans to resume bond issuances for the 1st time since the 2011 Fukushima disaster, while there were also reports that the nuclear regulator passed safety screenings for 2 Kyushu reactors. Elsewhere, ASX 200 (+0.2%) was marginally positive with healthcare outperforming after CSL upgraded its FY net guidance, while Hang Seng (-0.5%) and Shanghai Comp. (-0.4%) had been dampened following a reduced liquidity operation by the PBoC. Finally, 10yr JGBs saw spill-over selling to track T-notes lower amid heightened risk appetite for Japanese stocks, while a discouraging 5yr auction also pressured in which b/c fell from prior and lowest accepted price missed the consensus. Top Asia News Takata Bidders Said to Favor Japan Bankruptcy; Shares Tumble: Takata says no decision has been made on turnaround plan Asia’s Worst EM Currency Seen Most Resilient in 2017 Survey: Philippine peso is forecast to be the most resilient to external risks this year Toshiba Drops 16 Percent on Reported Writedown Losses: the writedown may exceed 700 billion yen, Kyodo reports Indonesia, Malaysia Hold Rates as Fed Fuels Currency Weakness: Most economists predicted decision by the two central banks China Signals It May Aim Lower on Cleaner-Burning Fuel Target: Natural gas share in total energy mix will be 8.3% to 10% European equities (Euro Stoxx 50: -0.2%) trade modestly in the red after a choppy start to the session. Earnings are beginning to come into focus, with Royal Mail (-5.2%) the notable laggard in the FTSE 100, with the Co.'s shares at 11 month lows. Similarly, Carrefour (1.3%) are among the worst performers in the CAC in the wake of their pre market earnings. Elsewhere, on a sector specific basis, commodities dictate play with materials seeing upside this morning, while energy names weigh on European indices. Fixed income markets have seen pressure throughout the morning, with Bunds back below the 163 level in tandem with some of the softness seen in T-Notes in the wake of comments from Fed's Yellen yesterday, who suggested she sees a few hikes a year as the economy continues to recover. Elsewhere, ahead of today's ECB rate decision and press conference, source reports have emerged that the ECB lacks a deal on how to buy bonds below deposit rate but will do so despite the lack of a deal. Top European News ECB Said to Lack Agreement on How to Buy Debt Below Deposit Rate: Hold-up linked to complexity of $2.4 trillion QE program Goldman May Cut London Staff by 50% on Brexit, Handelsblatt Says: Firm says no decision has been made, doesn’t recognize figures U.K. House Price Gauge Declines for First Time in Five Months: Home prices in London decrease for 10th consecutive month May Says U.K. Must Accept the Road Ahead Will Be Uncertain In currencies, much of the FX price action from Fed chair Yellen's comments late yesterday played out through NY and Asia, while London tried to push USD/JPY towards 115.00, though sellers here have contained the move for now. The limited pullback shows intent on retesting these levels and higher, with higher UST yields recovering well as 'skew' moves to the right of the 2-3 rate hike expectation range for this year. Headwinds for EUR/USD though as the market remains wary of any taper talk at today's ECB meeting. Sellers above 1.0700 will be a little unnerved by the lack of follow through on the downside, as we held off 1.0600 before the latest modest recovery, but this may all change past the press conference later today. The post Brexit speech analysis continues to pull Cable either side of 1.2300 in the meantime, but widespread reports of investment banks transferring some of their operations over to the continent have added some weight, helping to contain the short squeeze in the low 1.2400's. EUR/GBP is now also in consolidation mode, trading the .8600-.8700 range over the last 24 hours. In commodities, oil prices have have staged a modest rebound with no major catalyst seen other than longs perhaps unnerved by the US inauguration ahead. The API report suggested an inventory drawdown, but to little effect, offset by a surge in gasoline stocks, as such WTI maintains a USD51.00 handle. Gold has taken a hit after the USD rallied on Fed Chair Yellen's comments late yesterday alluding to a steeper rate path as she highlighted the dangers of allowing the economy to overheat. Silver is down 1.5% this morning. This does not seem to have done the rest of the commodity complex much harm (the USD rise), with copper more or less flat on the day. Looking at the day ahead, this morning in Europe there’s little in the way of data which instead clears the path to the aforementioned ECB policy meeting outcome at 7.45am ETwith Draghi due at 8.30am ET. Over in the US the data consists of December housing starts and building permits numbers, initial jobless claims and the Philly Fed business outlook. In addition to the data, the corporate reporting calendar today consists of American Express, IBM and Schlumberger, all after the close. Away from that, keep one eye on the apparent press briefing from Trump’s team at 2.15pm GMT. Finally after the US close Fed Chair Yellen will speak again, this time on Thursday evening (8pm) when she speaks to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. Any reaction to that will come during the Asia session. US Event Calendar 8:30am: Housing starts, Dec., est. 1.188m (prior 1.090m) 8:30am: Building permits, Dec., est. 1.225m (prior 1.201m) 8:30am: Initial jobless claims, Jan. 14, est. 252k (prior 247k) Continuing claims, est. 2.075m (prior 2.087m) 8:30am: Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook, Jan., est. 15.3 (prior 21.5) 9:45am: Bloomberg Consumer Comfort, Jan. 15 (prior 45.1) 10am: Freddie Mac mortgage rates 10:30am: EIA natural-gas storage change 11am: DOE Energy Inventories 8pm: Fed’s Yellen Speaks at Stanford US Government events President-elect Donald Trump inaugural festivities begin 9:30am: Senate Energy and Natural Resources Cmte hearing on nomination of Rick Perry for Energy secretary 10am: Senate Finance Cmte hearing on nomination of Steven Mnuchin for Treasury secretary 1pm: Sen. Patty Murray, top Democrat on Senate Health Cmte, joins Democratic Sens. Debbie Stabenow of Mich. and Elizabeth Warren of Mass. to discuss “who would be hurt” by Obamacare repeal DB's Jim Reid concludes the overnight wrap Today is ECB day and with that it means another Draghi press conference at 1.30pm GMT. Given the big tapering story at the last meeting in December, it’s hard to see this one as being quite as exciting. In terms of the message, our economists are expecting patience to be the key theme today. They don’t think that the ECB will feel challenged by recent strong data but if the current data trends continue, the outright taper decision could accelerate to June rather than September – although the latter remains their baseline for now. The key on this front is whether inflation, especially core, is becoming more likely to exceed ECB  forecasts. Yesterday we got confirmation that headline inflation rose to +1.1% yoy in December and +0.9% yoy at the core. Headline CPI could rise to +1.6% yoy and +1.8% yoy in January and February, respectively, according to our colleagues, although the earliest that the core will satisfy the minimum conditions for tightening is likely mid-year. That said the ECB won’t be afraid to change plans if necessary but today seems far too early but we’ll see what Draghi has to say later. Interestingly, Draghi’s press conference coincides with another press briefing from the Trump camp at 2.15pm GMT. That said it appears that it won’t actually feature the President-elect himself and will instead be left to his team to brief the media so it remains to be seen how market moving this will actually be. At this stage there are no details about what is to be discussed but it’s possible that some questions are directed at the recent confusion over both the border tax and about the incoming administrations' views on the dollar. Yesterday’s comments out of the Davos shindig and in particular from commerce secretary nominee, Wilbur Ross, may have also added some spice to proceedings. Ross directed some tough talking at China, saying that the nation is the “the most protectionist country” amongst the large nations. He also said that “they talk much more about free trade than they actually practice” and “we would like to levelize that playing field and bring the realities a bit closer to the rhetoric”. Away from China Ross also said that the NAFTA discussion will happen very soon after Friday’s inauguration while also pitching that his “number one objective will be expanding our exports”. So it’ll be interesting to see if any of this gets brought up too. Over in markets the main focus for the past 24 hours has been once again on the fairly large moves across rates and FX, albeit moves which largely ended up being a reversal of the previous day’s price action. 10y Treasury yields closed a shade over 10bps higher yesterday at 2.430% while the USD index rebounded +0.60% and finished higher for the first time in over a week. Those moves were given a late boost by comments from Fed Chair Yellen who said that “it is fair to say the economy is near maximum employment and inflation is moving toward our goal”. She also said that while “it makes sense to gradually reduce the level of monetary policy support” the actual timing of the next Fed rate hike “will depend on how the economy actually evolves over coming months”. So a fairly straight bat approach. Meanwhile equity markets continue to trudge along in a fairly directionless pattern. The S&P 500 finished +0.18% with gains for financials offset by losses for telecoms and energy stocks. The latter were under pressure after WTI Oil tumbled -2.67% and back to $51/bbl after the IEA Chief warned that OPEC reigning in supply will likely result in a “significant” boost to US shale output. With regards to the gains for financials it was interesting to see that both Goldman Sachs (-0.62%) and Citigroup (-1.70%) closed in the red despite both banks adding to what has been a decent reporting season for US banks. Both reported beats at the profit line with the theme of stronger than expected FICC revenues once again playing out. Over in Europe the Stoxx 600 also closed +0.18% while there was a similar weak theme in rates where 10y Bund yields crept up 3.3bps to close at 0.351%. Staying in Europe, another comment which caught our eye yesterday was that from JP Morgan CEO, Jamie Dimon. Commenting about the impact of Brexit and the potential for further nationalist politicians to come to power, Dimon said that the “eurozone may not survive” in an interview with Bloomberg TV. Quite fascinating for such a high profile banker to doubt it publically. This morning in Asia we’ve seen the US Dollar continue to press on (+0.30%) which is putting some pressure on currencies in the region. Away from that equity bourses have been mixed once again, albeit on limited newsflow. The Nikkei is currently +0.81% with the Yen retreating a touch, while the Hang Seng (-0.59%) has weakened. Bourses in China, Korea and Australia are flat as we type. Moving on. Yesterday’s economic data didn’t sway too much from market expectations. In terms of the US December inflation report, headline CPI was reported as rising +0.3% mom which matched the consensus estimate and helped push the YoY rate up to +2.1% from +1.7%. The core rose +0.2%, also as expected, and helped nudge the YoY rate back up one-tenth to +2.2%. Away from that, industrial production was confirmed as rising +0.8% mom in December following a downwardly revised -0.7% mom in November. Finally the NAHB housing market index was a little softer than consensus, falling 2pts to 67. In the UK the ILO unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.8% in the three months to November, which matched expectations. Before we look at today’s calendar, yesterday we got confirmation that the UK Supreme Court appeal decision about whether or not the UK Government has the authority to trigger Article 50 without  parliamentary appeal, will be made next Tuesday (on January 24). One to mark in the diary for next week. Looking at the day ahead, this morning in Europe there’s little in the way of data which instead clears the path to the aforementioned ECB policy meeting outcome at 12.45pm GMTwith Draghi due at 1.30pm GMT. Over in the US the data consists of December housing starts and building permits numbers, initial jobless claims and the Philly Fed business outlook. In addition to the data, the corporate reporting calendar today consists of American Express, IBM and Schlumberger, all after the close. Away from that, keep one eye on the apparent press briefing from Trump’s team at 2.15pm GMT. Finally after the US close Fed Chair Yellen will speak again, this time early on Friday morning (1am GMT) when she speaks to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. Any reaction to that will come during the Asia session so we’ll have a review on Friday morning.

17 января, 16:44

До начала регулярной сессии поступили сообщения о рейтингах акций следующих компаний

Повышение рейтингов: Аналитики Macquarie повысили рейтинг акций Travelers (TRV) до уровня Outperform с Underperform Аналитики JP Morgan повысили рейтинг акций American Express (AXP) до уровня Overweight с Neutral Аналитики Goldman повысили рейтинг акций Walt Disney (DIS) до уровня Buy с Neutral; целевая стоимость повышена до $134 с $109 Снижение рейтингов: Аналитики UBS понизили рейтинг акций Twitter (TWTR) до уровня Neutral с Buy; целевая стоимость понижена до $18 с $22 Аналитики Keefe Bruyette понизили рейтинг акций JPMorgan Chase (JPM) до уровня Mkt Perform с Outperform Прочее:Источник: FxTeam

17 января, 16:44

До начала регулярной сессии поступили сообщения о рейтингах акций следующих компаний

Повышение рейтингов: Аналитики Macquarie повысили рейтинг акций Travelers (TRV) до уровня Outperform с Underperform Аналитики JP Morgan повысили рейтинг акций American Express (AXP) до уровня Overweight с Neutral Аналитики Goldman повысили рейтинг акций Walt Disney (DIS) до уровня Buy с Neutral; целевая стоимость повышена до $134 с $109 Снижение рейтингов: Аналитики UBS понизили рейтинг акций Twitter (TWTR) до уровня Neutral с Buy; целевая стоимость понижена до $18 с $22 Аналитики Keefe Bruyette понизили рейтинг акций JPMorgan Chase (JPM) до уровня Mkt Perform с Outperform Прочее:Источник: FxTeam

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17 января, 16:20

Southern rail: could more commuters claim a credit card refund?

One passenger recovered half his season ticket cost from Amex. We examine the chances of others following himSeason ticket holders on strike-hit train lines could be in line for thousands of pounds in compensation after one commuter successfully claimed £2,400 back from his credit card company.The regular commuter on Southern trains, known only as “Sean”, applied to American Express for a 50% refund claiming non-delivery of the service. But how did he manage it, and does this mean that thousands of other commuters can do the same? Continue reading...

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17 января, 15:51

American Express's stock rallies 0.9% premarket after analyst upgrade

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17 января, 15:42

American Express upgraded overweight from neutral at J.P. Morgan

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17 января, 15:14

Poll: Trump will take office as most unpopular president in at least 4 decades

In a Post-ABC poll, Americans expressed optimism about his ability to boost the economy and fight terrorism, but they are less confident on other issues.

29 марта 2013, 11:03

Хакеры атаковали сайты American Express и Bank of America

Клиенты American Express в течение нескольких часов не могли получить доступ к своим онлайн-счетам, пишет The New York Times. В финансовой компании изданию подтвердили, что ее веб-сайт подвергся кибератаке. Агентство ИТАР-ТАСС со ссылкой на местные СМИ сообщает, что хакеры атаковали также сайт Bank of America. Сейчас веб-ресурсы работают в нормальном режиме. По данным NYT, мощные атаки на финансовые компании США начались в сентябре прошлого года и стоили корпорациям миллионы долларов. От действий хакеров уже пострадали JPMorgan Chase и Wells Fargo. Ответственность за эти нападения взяла на себя группа Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters. Эксперты отмечают, что ранее кибератаки были направлены на финансовое мошенничество или экономический шпионаж, а теперь целью хакеров стало нарушение работы сайтов.

11 января 2013, 19:48

5400 сотрудников AmEx потеряют работу

http://ru.euronews.com/ American Express уволит 5400 сотрудников или 8,5% персонала в США и других странах. Американская платежная система адоптируется к ухудшению экономической ситуации в мире и цифровой революции - по мере развития интернет-сервисов компания может снижать затраты на рабочую силу. American Express уже вычел издержки, связанные с увольнениями, в результате прибыль за четвертый квартал прошлого года сократилась вдвое до 637 млн. долларов. Ñ�оциальные Ñ�ети : YouTube: http://bit.ly/zqVL10 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/euronewsru Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru