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15 ноября 2017, 19:01

Global banks laud removal on cap

International banks that have for years been pressing for more access to Chinese capital markets are lauding new regulations that remove caps on foreign ownership of domestic commercial banks, asset management

17 февраля 2017, 20:14

Shinezone plans to float IPO this year

SHANGHAI-BASED Shine­zone, which helps firms publish mobile games overseas, yesterday said it will launch a domestic initial public offering this year after raising about 400 million yuan (US$58 million)

26 июля 2016, 19:10

CBRC to monitor risk control of banks

CHINA’S banking regulator plans to screen risk control in the banking system comprehensively in the second half of this year to safeguard financial stability amid rising bad-loan ratio and cooling economic

25 февраля 2016, 19:10

Big 5 banks waive fees on fund transfers via mobile banking

CHINA’S five biggest lenders yesterday said fees are waived for money transfers via mobile banking while a free allowance of 5,000 yuan (US$765) is offered for online banking transfers. “This is a specific

05 июля 2015, 19:10

OCBC China taps prospects in deregulation

China’s persistent efforts to encourage cross-border use of the yuan and overseas expansion by local companies have offered foreign banks in China a silver lining in the cloud currently hanging over the

10 июня 2015, 10:35

China stocks mixed at close of trade; Shanghai Composite down 0.15%

China stocks were mixed after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Software&Computer Services, Media and Technology sectors led shares higher while losses in the Telecoms, Mobile and Electricity sectors led shares lower. At the close in Shanghai, the Shanghai Composite fell 0.15%, while the SZSE Component index gained 1.60%. The best performers of the session on the Shanghai Composite were Jinjian Cereal (SS:600127), which rose 10.05% or 1.090 points to trade at 11.940 at the close. Meanwhile, Sundy Land Inv (SS:600077) added 10.04% or 1.310 points to end at 14.360 and Ningbo Fuda (SS:600724) was up 10.03% or 1.230 points to 13.490 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Prosolar Resou (SS:600193), which fell 9.98% or 2.920 points to trade at 26.330 at the close. CRRC Corp Ltd (SS:601766) declined 9.77% or 2.870 points to end at 26.510 and Cn First Heavy (SS:601106) was down 8.82% or 1.850 points to 19.130. The top performers on the SZSE Component were Huayi Brothers Media Corp (SZ:300027) which rose 10.00% to 58.28, Jiangsu Yanghe Brewery Joint-Stock Co Ltd (SZ:002304) which was up 5.54% to settle at 105.54 and Goertek Inc (SZ:002241) which gained 4.98% to close at 42.79. The worst performers were Shanxi Xishan Coal and Electricity Power Co Ltd (SZ:000983) which was down 3.26% to 11.28 in late trade, Pangang Group Vanadium Titanium&Resources Co Ltd (SZ:000629) which lost 2.51% to settle at 5.82 and Bank of Ningbo Co Ltd (SZ:002142) which was down 1.94% to 22.74 at the close. Rising stocks outnumbered declining ones on the Shanghai Stock Exchange by 669 to 272. Shares in Jinjian Cereal (SS:600127) rose to 3-years highs; up 10.05% or 1.090 to 11.940. Shares in Sundy Land Inv (SS:600077) rose to all time highs; rising 10.04% or 1.310 to 14.360. Shares in Ningbo Fuda (SS:600724) rose to all time highs; up 10.03% or 1.230 to 13.490. Shares in Huayi Brothers Media Corp (SZ:300027) rose to all time highs; up 10.00% or 5.30 to 58.28. Shares in Jiangsu Yanghe Brewery Joint-Stock Co Ltd (SZ:002304) rose to 52-week highs; up 5.54% or 5.54 to 105.54. The CBOE China Etf Volatility, which measures the implied volatility of Shanghai Composite options, was up 0.25% to 32.37 a new 1-month high. Gold for August delivery was up 0.42% or 5.00 to $1182.60 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in July rose 1.36% or 0.81 to hit $60.95 a barrel, while the July Brent oil contract rose 1.02% or 0.66 to trade at $65.54 a barrel. USD/CNY was down 0.01% to 6.2051, while EUR/CNY rose 0.68% to 7.0473. The US Dollar Index was down 0.66% at 94.53.

03 июня 2015, 10:35

China stocks mixed at close of trade; Shanghai Composite down 0.01%

China stocks were mixed after the close on Wednesday, as gains in the Gas, Water&Multiutilities, Media and Real Estate Investments&Services sectors led shares higher while losses in the Electricity, Oil Equipment Services&Distribution and Travel&Leisure sectors led shares lower. At the close in Shanghai, the Shanghai Composite lost 0.01%, while the SZSE Component index gained 0.30%. The best performers of the session on the Shanghai Composite were Chongqing Stee (SS:601005), which rose 10.07% or 0.570 points to trade at 6.230 at the close. Meanwhile, Chixia Develop (SS:600533) added 10.06% or 0.890 points to end at 9.740 and Jiangnan Fiber (SS:600527) was up 10.04% or 1.130 points to 12.380 in late trade. The worst performers of the session were Aucma (SS:600336), which fell 9.74% or 1.320 points to trade at 12.230 at the close. Suncreate Elec (SS:600990) declined 9.70% or 13.130 points to end at 122.280 and Shentong Metro (SS:600834) was down 8.43% or 2.510 points to 27.280. The top performers on the SZSE Component were Leshi Internet Info Tech (SZ:300104) which rose 9.54% to 78.98, Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co Ltd (SZ:000157) which was up 5.70% to settle at 10.38 and Bank of Ningbo Co Ltd (SZ:002142) which gained 5.11% to close at 21.19. The worst performers were AVIC Aircraft Co Ltd (SZ:000768) which was down 4.58% to 46.28 in late trade, Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Town Co Ltd (SZ:000069) which lost 4.07% to settle at 11.80 and Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co Ltd (SZ:002236) which was down 4.00% to 43.90 at the close. Falling stocks outnumbered advancing ones on the Shanghai Stock Exchange by 533 to 414. Shares in Chongqing Stee (SS:601005) rose to 3-years highs; gaining 10.07% or 0.570 to 6.230. Shares in Chixia Develop (SS:600533) rose to 3-years highs; gaining 10.06% or 0.890 to 9.740. Shares in Jiangnan Fiber (SS:600527) rose to all time highs; gaining 10.04% or 1.130 to 12.380. Shares in Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co Ltd (SZ:000157) rose to 52-week highs; rising 5.70% or 0.56 to 10.38. Shares in Bank of Ningbo Co Ltd (SZ:002142) rose to 52-week highs; up 5.11% or 1.03 to 21.19. The CBOE China Etf Volatility, which measures the implied volatility of Shanghai Composite options, was down 1.96% to 30.57. Gold for August delivery was down 0.33% or 4.00 to $1190.40 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, Crude oil for delivery in July fell 0.92% or 0.56 to hit $60.70 a barrel, while the July Brent oil contract fell 0.63% or 0.41 to trade at $65.08 a barrel. USD/CNY was down 0.01% to 6.1975, while EUR/CNY fell 0.07% to 6.9063. The US Dollar Index was down 0.02% at 95.98.

16 июня 2014, 17:32

Китай: центральный банк снизил резервные требования к коммерческим банкам

Центральный банк Китая объявил о снижении процента обязательных отчислений в резервный фонд на 0,5% для коммерческих банков Industrial Bank, China Minsheng Banking и Bank of Ningbo в рамках поддержки малого бизнеса и экономического роста страны. Стоит отметить, что к данной мере Народный банк Китая прибегает уже второй раз, начиная с 25 апреля 2014 года.

27 марта 2014, 05:26

China's Credit Pipeline Slams Shut: Companies Scramble For The Last Drops Of Liquidity

One of our favorite charts summarizing perfectly the Chinese credit bubble, better than any other, is the following which compares bank asset (i.e., loan) creation in China vs the US.   It goes without saying that while the blue line has troubles of its own (namely finding the proper rate of liquidity lubrication to keep over $600 trillion in derivatives from collapsing into an epic gross=net garbage heap), it is the red one, that of China, where $1 trillion in credit was created in the fourth quarter alone, that is clearly unsustainable for the simple reasons that i) China will quickly run out of encumbrable assets and ii) the bad, non-performing loan accumulation has hit an exponential phase, which incidentally is why Beijing is scrambling to slow down the "flow" from the current unprecedented pace of $3.5 trillion per year. It is also because of this wanton and mindblowing capital misallocation (the de novo created debt goes not into profitable, cash flow generating ventures, but into fixed asset investments which create zero and potentially negative cash flow, due to China's already epic overinvestment resulting in ghost cities, and building that fall down weeks after their erection) that China has finally decided to provide lenders with the other much needed component of the return equation: risk. This, in the form of debt defaults, something unheard of in China for two decades. Which brings us to today, when we find that China's credit formation, until now proceeding at a breakneck speed, has suddenly ground to a halt. Reuters explains: Some of China's struggling firms are finally getting the reception that regulators have been hoping for - a cold shoulder from banks in the form of smaller and costlier loans.   Reuters has contacted over 80 companies with elevated debt ratios or problems with overcapacity. Interviews with 15 that agreed to discuss their funding showed that more discriminate lending, long a missing ingredient of China's economic transformation, has become a reality.   Up against a cooling Chinese economy and signs that authorities will not step in every time a loan goes bad, banks are becoming more hard-nosed and selective about whom they lend to.   ...   For household goods maker Elec-Tech International Co Ltd (002005.SZ), less credit is the new reality. Its bank cut its borrowing limit by 500 million yuan ($80.79 million) to no more than 2.5 billion yuan this year, said Zhang, an official at Elec-Tech's securities department.   "Last year, the bank gave us a discount on our interest rates. This year, we probably won't get any discount," Zhang who declined to give his full name said. "It feels like banks are not lending and their checks are becoming more rigorous."   ...   There are signs that even state-owned firms, in the past fawned over by lenders for their government connections, have to contend with higher rates, lower lending limits and more onerous checks by banks.   "Interest rates are going up 10 percent for the entire industry," said Wang Lei, a finance department manager at PKU HealthCare Corp. "Obtaining loans is getting difficult and expensive." Here's why PKU Healthcare will likely be among the first to experience what happens when the liquidity runs out: PKU HealthCare, which is controlled by Peking University and makes bulk pharmaceuticals, has struggled to remain profitable. Its debt-to-EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) ratio exceeded 60 at the end of September, four times the average for listed Chinese companies from the sector. That's the kind of leverage that not even Jefferies would sign a "highly confident letter" it can raise a B2/B- debt deal at 10% or less. It is also a huge problem for Chinese corporates which suddenly realize they have just a tad too much debt on their books. Some gauges of China's corporate debt are already flashing red. Non-financial firms' debt jumped to 134 percent of China's GDP in 2012 from 103 percent in 2007, according to Standard & Poor's.    It predicted China's corporate debt will reach "stratospheric levels" and become the world's largest, overtaking the United States this year or next.   Fearing a wave of defaults as China's economy cools after decades of rapid growth, regulators in the past two years told banks to cut off financing to sectors plagued by excess capacity such as steel and cement.    Experts say banks were at first slow to respond, but in the past few months, banks have started turning down credit taps.   "We have become more prudent in issuing loans," said a spokesman for Bank of Ningbo. He added that the bank has intensified communication with companies in troubled sectors or borrowers deep in debt.   "Under normal circumstances, we would review company loans every quarter or every six months, but for the sensitive cases, we will step up channel checks and work closely with the companies."   Another manager at a regional Chinese bank said it was overhauling its lending in cities identified as high-risk, such as Urdos and Wenzhou. Located in Inner Mongolia, Urdos is infamous for its clusters of empty apartment blocks that pessimists say is an emblem of China's housing bubble. Wenzhou, is China's entrepreneurial hotbed that recently lost its shine after local property boom went bust. So with increasingly more uber-levered companies suddenly blacklisted by the banks, what do they do? Why go to the shadow banking system for last ditch liquidity of course, where it will cost them orders of magnitude more to stay viable for a few more weeks or months. Ss companies bend the rules, risks shift outside the banking system into the universe of networks of seemingly unrelated firms connected by murky financial deals. For example, trade loans subsidized by the government to help selected sectors are quietly re-directed by companies to other unrelated businesses, firms say. New financing methods also emerge as easy credit dries up.    The latest plan hatched by a cash-strapped aluminum end-user involves having banks buy the metal and re-selling it to firms who pay out monthly loan plus interest. How do you spell re-re-rehypothecation again... while selling the collateral.... again? Remember this: it really does explain all one needs to know about China. "The local government has intervened, fearing social unrest. A local buyer of a unit in the office building committed suicide as he/she could not obtain the title to the property due to the title dispute between the trust and the developer." Anyway, continuing: Others such as Xiamen C&D Inc, an import and export firm, are directly cashing in on firms' thirst for funds. Xiamen C&D, which borrows at less than 6 percent per year is offering loans of several hundred thousand yuan to smaller firms at 7-8 percent, said Lin Mao, the secretary of Xiamen's board of directors.   For larger companies, typical loans amount to 20-30 million yuan, and are 90 percent insured by Chinese insurers, he said.   Banks grow more aware of the risks. But rather than pull the plug on teetering firms, some bankers say they prefer a slow exit to keep them afloat for as long as possible to claw back their loans. Unfortunately, for most the can kicking is now over. Which brings us to the second part of this story - China's housing bubble, and specifically how its foundations - China's own property developer firms - just imploded as a result of all the above. Also from Reuters: China's property developers are turning to commercial mortgage-backed securities and looking at other alternative financing as creditors grow more discriminating in the face of rising concerns about the country's real estate and debt markets. Bond buyers are shying away from second-tier developers because property sales have cooled as the economy slows. The expected bankruptcy of a local developer and the country's first domestic bond default this month have heightened scrutiny of borrowers. The property companies have a renewed sense of urgency to raise capital after U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen indicated the central bank, which sets the tone globally for borrowing costs, may raise interest rates as early as the spring of 2015, sooner than many investors had anticipated. Higher rates mean higher borrowing costs, both for the companies and for their home-buying customers. Highlighting the search for alternative funding avenues, property fund MWREF Ltd earlier this month issued the first cross-border offering of commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) since 2006. The offer was priced at a yield lower than two dollar bonds issued last week, IFR, a Thomson Reuters publication, said. "The market will see more of these products," said Kim Eng Securities analyst Philip Tse in Hong Kong. "It's getting harder to borrow with liquidity so tight in the bond market. It's getting harder for smaller companies to issue high-yield bonds." The notes, issued through a MWREF subsidiary, Dynasty Property Investment, were ultimately backed by rental income from nine MWREF shopping malls in China and were structured to give offshore investors higher creditor status than is normally the case with foreign investors. MWREF is managed by Australian investment bank Macquarie Group Ltd, which declined to comment.   Beijing Capital was the first Hong Kong-listed developer to issue dollar senior perpetual capital securities last year, an equity-like security that does not dilute existing shareholders.   "As market liquidity is changing constantly, we have to keep adapting and exploring different funding channels," said Bryan Feng, the head of investor relations.   Chinese regulators last week allowed developers Tianjin Tianbao Infrastructure Co. and Join.In Holding Co. to offer a private placement of shares, opening up a fund raising avenue that had been closed for nearly four years.   New rules were also unveiled last week allowing certain companies to issue preferred shares, including companies that use proceeds to acquire rivals.   "As liquidity tightens and developers see more pressure...they may consider M&A via preferred shares," said Macquarie analyst David Ng. CMBS, senior perpetuals, preferreds: what is the common theme? This is last ditch capital, far more dilutive of equity, and one which always appears just before the final can kick. As such, it means that the credit game in China is over. And now the only question is how long before the market realizes the jig is up. Some already have. As we reported last week, "Cash-strapped Chinese are scrambling to sell their luxury homes in Hong Kong, and some are knocking up to a fifth off the price for a quick sale, as a liquidity crunch looms on the mainland." In other words, those who sense which way the wind is blowing have already entered liquidation mode. Because they know that those who sell first, sell best. Soon everyone else will follow in their shoes, unfortunately they will be selling into a bidless market. Until then, we will greatly enjoy as finally, after many years of delays, the dominoes start falling. As of March 15, Chinese developers had issued 15 U.S. dollar bonds raising $7.1 billion so far this year, compared with 23 issues that raised $8.1 billion in the year-earlier period. "That said, quite a number of developers have demonstrated the ability to access alternative markets, such as the offshore syndicated loan markets as another means of raising capital," said Swee Ching Lim, Singapore-based credit analyst with Western Asset Management.   Offshore syndicated loans for Chinese developers have reached $1.17 billion so far in 2014, compared with $9.8 billion for all of last year, Thomson Reuters LPC data shows. Demonstrating the change in investor sentiment, bonds issued by Kaisa Group in January with a yield of 8.58 percent are now yielding 9.5 percent. The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.   Times Property issued a 5-year bond this month, not callable for 3 years, to yield 12.825 percent. A similar instrument from China Aoyuan Property in January was priced at 11.45 percent. Both Kaisa and Times are in the B-rating "junk" category, which is four notches above a default rating.   Property prices on the whole are still rising, but there are signs of stress in second and third tier cities. Early indications of property sales in March, traditionally a high season, were not promising, although final figures for the month would not be available until April, said Agnes Wong, property analyst with Nomura in Hong Kong. That may mean developers have to cut prices and investor sentiment may worsen.   "This is hurting the cash flows of the smaller players," she said.   The market stresses ultimately could lead to the reshaping of the property development sector, said Kenneth Hoi, chief executive of Powerlong Real Estate Holdings Ltd (1238.HK), a mid-sized commercial developer.   "In the future, only the top 50 will be able to survive," he said during a briefing on the company's earnings on March 13. "Many small ones will exit from the market." The fun is about to start.         

24 января 2014, 16:09

СМИ: сингапурский OCBC покупает гонконгский Wing Hang Bank за 5 млрд долларов

Сингапурская банковская корпорация Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. достигла соглашения по покупке гонконгского банка Wing Hang Bank Ltd. за 5 млрд долларов, пишет деловая газета The Wall Street Journal со ссылкой на источник, знакомый с ситуацией. По словам собеседника издания, банки объявят о сделке после того, как будет получено одобрение регуляторов. «OCBC согласилась приобрести Wing Hang примерно за 1,9 капитала», - заявил WSJ руководитель по исследованиям Core Pacific-Yamaichi Кастор Панг. По оценкам аналитиков UBS, сделка позволит значительно расширить присутствие OCBC в материковом Китае и увеличит его долю в портфеле кредитов до 25% с 15% в настоящее время. Кроме того, банк получит доступ на известную своими казино территорию Макао, где Wing Hang Bank получает 15% доналоговой прибыли. OCBC последовательно наращивает присутствие в Китае: в январе банк приобрел долю в корпорации Bank of Ningbo за 300 млн долларов, а покупка Wing Hang Bank фактически означает, что выиграна конкуренция у United Overseas Bank, Australia & New Zealand Banking Group и China's Anbang Insurance, также интересовавшихся активом.

11 октября 2013, 10:14

Утренний брифинг от Saxo Bank: обзор рынков на 11 октября 2013 года

Форекс: Евро торгуется с повышением  Этим утром евро торгуется с повышением относительно большинства своих главных валютных партнёров в то время, как внимание участников рынка будет направлено на данные по инфляции потребительских цен в Германии. Поскольку релиз ряда экономических данных из США был отсрочен ввиду неработы правительства США, интерес для инвесторов будут представлять показатели по индексу уверенности потребителей от Reuters/Michigan, а также прогресс в переговорах касательно повышения потолка госдолга. Так, в 5 часов утра по GMT евро прибавил 0,2 процента против американского доллара, торгуясь по цене 1,3539 доллара, и остался близ вчерашнего уровня в сравнении с британским фунтом, составив 0,8471 фунта. Японская иена снизилась на 0,6 процента и 0,3 процента по отношению к евро и доллару США соответственно. Австралийский доллар поднялся на 0,2 процента относительно американского доллара, тогда как канадский доллар против валюты США торгуется без изменений. Европа: Рынки откроются в «плюсе» Открытие германского фондового индекса DAX и французского CAC ожидается на 53-60 пунктов и 12-19 пунктов выше соответственно. Индекс Британской фондовой биржи FTSE100 откроется повышением на 41-43 пункта. Публикация индекса потребительских цен Германии, Италии и Испании; индексу оптовых цен Германии; балансу счёта текущих операций Франции; а также объёма строительства и индекса ведущих экономических индикаторов от Conference Board в Великобритании запланирована на сегодня. EMS-Chemie Holding AG (EMSN) объявит о своих результатах сегодня. Информации по итогам бизнес-деятельности основных корпораций Великобритании не будет В интервью бразильскому изданию «Estado de Sao Paulo» главный исполнительный директор бразильской дочерней компании Siemens AG (SIE) Пауло Старк (Paulo Stark) сказал, что компания готова обсудить компенсацию штату Сан-Паулу в том случае, если бразильские власти докажут участие компании в фиксации цен во время участия в торгах за городские железнодорожные системы. Как сообщила Vivendi SA (VIV), она планирует реализовать большую часть своей доли в Activision Blizzard к 15 октября 2013 года после того, как Верховный суд штата Делавэр отменил решение суда нижней инстанции об остановке сделки. Genmab A/S (GEN) объявила о положительных результатах исследования II фазы моноклонального антитела Ofatumumab, предназначенного для лечения пациентов с рассеянным склерозом. BP (BP/) добилась разрешения на проведение предварительных испытаний на выбросы токсичных веществ нефтеперерабытывающего завода в Техасе после того, как коллегия присяжных заседателей в Гальвестоне заявила, что компания не несёт ответственности за ущерб от газовых выбросов техасского НПЗ в 2010 году, вызвавших раковые заболевания, – информирует Bloomberg. Wetpac Banking Corporation объявила о согласии купить австралийские активы Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY) за 1,5 миллиарда австралийских долларов. Федеральная комиссия по регулированию в области энергетики США подала петицию против Barclays (BARC) ввиду неуплаты штрафа организацией в размере 488,0 миллионов американских долларов и невозвращения незаконно полученной прибыли за счёт фальсифицирования цен на электроэнергию в Калифорнии. Азия: Торги в «зелёном» Этим утром азиатские рынки торгуются на положительной территории на фоне знаков прогресса в переговорах по повышению лимита госдолга в США. В Японии Nikon Corporation (7731) прибавили в цене на повышении брокером рейтинга по акциям. Бумаги экспортного сектора Panasonic (6752), Nintendo (7974) и Toyota Motor (7203) торгуются с увеличением на фоне ослабления японской иены. Fast Retailing (9983) упали после того, как компания опубликовала операционную прибыль за полный год меньше прогноза и прогноз по чистой прибыли на текущий год ниже ожиданий. В 5 часов утра по GMT индекс токийской фондовой биржи Nikkei 225 прибавил 1,5 процента, торгуясь на отметке 14410,8 пункта. В Гонконге China Overseas Land & Investment (688) пошли вверх на значительном увеличении контрактных продаж за 9 месяцев года. TCL Multimedia Technology Holdings (1070), напротив, сократились в связи с прогнозом убытка на третий квартал. В Китае COSCO Shipping (600428) подорожали по причине резкого скачка прибыли в третьем квартале. Bank of Ningbo (002142) увеличились на получении одобрения от Китайской комиссии по регулированию рынка ценных бумаг на организацию компании по управлению капиталом. В Южной Корее Hyundai Heavy Industries (009540) зарегестрировали повышение на фоне заключения контракта приблизительно на 850,0 миллионов долларов США с Petronas на производство четырёх автоконтейнеров для транспортировки природного газа. США: Фьючерсы торгуются выше В 5 часов утра по GMT фьючерсы на S&P 500 торгуются на 1,6 пункта выше. Публикация индекса настроения потребителей от Reuters/University of Michigan планируется на сегодня. Wells Fargo (WFC), JPMorgan Chase (JPM) и Webster Financial (WBS) сегодня отчитаются о результатах своей деятельности. Во время продлённой торговой сессии в четверг понизившиеся сопоставимые продажи в сентябре привели Gap (GPS) к падению на 5,1 процента. Micron Technology (MU) пошли вниз на 1,7 процента после того, как её прибыль за четвёртый квартал оказалась ниже рыночного консенсуса. E2open (EOPN) опустились на 22,9 процента на увеличении убытка за второй квартал и пессимистичном финансовом прогнозе на третий квартал и полный год. Silicon Graphics International (SGI) шагнули вниз на 15,0 процентов после понижения прогноза по валовой выручке и прибыли на первый квартал. Компания также понизила прогноз по доходам на год. Safeway (SWY), напротив, выросли на 5,6 процента по причине превышения выручки в третьем квартале рыночного консенсуса и планах фирмы покинуть чикагский рынок к началу следующего года. Компания также опубликовала доходы за четвёртый квартал лучше ожиданий. AngioDynamics (ANGO) подпрыгнули на 6,6 процента на оптимистичных данных по валовой выручке за первый квартал и прогнозе по прибыли на второй квартал выше ожиданий рынка. Вчера во время регулярной торговой сессии американский фондовый индекс S&P 500 поднялся на 2,2 процента на фоне оптимизма, что власти США близки к соглашению об увеличении потолка госдолга и устранению риска дефолта. NIKE (NKE) прибавили 3,6 процента на повышении брокером целевой цены акций. JPMorgan Chase (JPM) и Wells Fargo (WFC) подорожали на 3,5 процента и 2,7 процента соотвественно в преддверии сегодняшней публикации квартальных результатов. Gilead Sciences (GILD) подскочили на 6,5 процента на заявлении о досрочной остановке третьей фазы клинических испытаний препарата для лечения лейкемии idelalisib ввиду положительного эффекта. Netflix (NFLX) и Boeing (BA) выросли на 5,4 процента и 3,9 процента соответственно после того, как брокер инициировал покрытие акций с рейтингом «Buy». Time Warner Cable (TWC) пошли вверх на 6,1 процента на согласии компании совместно с Univision Communications продлить их соглашение об оптовом размещении мультиплатформ. Citrix Systems (CTXS), напротив, подешевели на 11,9 процента в связи с уменьшением прогноза по валовой выручке и прибыли. Сводка последних новостей Дж. Уилльямс: Экономические данные – определяющее для даты начала сворачивания QE Президент Федерального резервного банка Сан-Франциско Джон Уилльямс (John Williams) заявил, что первый шаг Федрезерва к началу сворачивания своей QE не запланирован на определённую дату, а «будет ответом на экономические улучшения и прогресс по отношению к максимальной занятости и ценовой стабильности». Й. Асмуссен ожидает решения от властей США Член исполнительного совета ЕЦБ Йорг Асмуссен (Joerg Asmussen) сообщил о своём ожидании от американских властей нахождения прагматического решения по избежанию дефолта, предупредив, что если дефолт всё же случится, вся мировая экономика ощутит это на себе в «очень жёсткой» форме. Японские оптовые цены повышаются На ежемесячной основе индекс внутренних оптовых цен (CGPI) в Японии увеличился на 0,3 процента в сентябре по сравнению с пересмотренными в сторону понижения 0,2 процентами роста в августе. Японский денежный агрегат М3 растёт На годовой основе денежный агрегат M3 в Японии прибавил в сентябре 3,1 процента, что превысило ожидания, тогда как в предшествующем месяцев рост составлял 3,0 процента. Новозеландские цены на продукты питания не изменились На ежемесячной основе индекс цен на продукты питания в Новой Зеландии в сентябре остался на уровне августа, когда было зафиксировано снижение на 0,5 процента. Материал предоставлен Saxo Bank