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Grupo Mexico
26 июля 2016, 16:43

МЕДЬ: ожидания решения ФРС США давят на металл

 МЕДЬ (HG)  Стратегия совершения сделкиНаправление сделкиПродажаВход (цена открытия)2,2020Цель (цена закрытия)2,1710Stop Loss2,2260Горизонт2 дня *Фундаментальные основанияМедь остается под давлением. С одной стороны, негативное влияние на котировки красного металла оказывают опасения относительно перспектив мировой экономики – ведь это промышленный металл. Дополнительным фактором давления является и снижение интереса к рискованным активам. Кроме того, не на пользу меди идет и укрепление доллара, который растет в преддверии решения ФРС США по монетарной политике. Если регулятор будет достаточно агрессивен в своих комментариях, доллар продолжит рост, что окажет дополнительное давление на медь, номинированную в американской валюте. Помимо прочего, рынок опасается сохранения избытка предложения металла. Их усилению способствовали сообщения о том, что Grupo Mexico – один из крупнейших производителей металла увеличил производство на 22,7% во 2 квартале 2016 года в сравнении с тем же периодом 2015.       Технические основания Котировки в районе уровня 2,2020 сформировали поддержку. Прорыв ниже этого уровня может привести к увеличению активности продавцов металла. К тому же на внутридневных графиках цены удерживаются ниже уровня 50-интервальной скользящей средней.Рекомендации по управлению капиталом в сделке При депозите $500 необходимо открыть сделку на продажу HG размером $23 с мультипликатором 50. При депозите $1000 необходимо открыть сделку на продажу HG размером $46 с мультипликатором 50. При депозите $2500 необходимо открыть сделку на продажу HG размером $115 с мультипликатором 50. В случае негативного развития ситуации убыток по сделке не составит более 2,5% от размера Вашего депозита. Предупреждение: Прибыльность в прошлом не означает прибыльность в будущем. Любые прогнозы носят информационный характер и не гарантируют получение результата.  * Имеется в виду торговых дней. В случае, если в течение указанного периода не произошло открытие ордера, рекомендуем его снять. В случае, если в течение указанного периода ордер открылся, но не были достигнуты цель (take-profit) или stop-loss, рекомендуем закрыть позицию по рынку.  Источник: ГК Forex Club: https://www.fxclub.org/markets-data/reviews/mied-ozhidaniia-rieshieniia-frs-ssha-daviat-mietall/

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30 апреля 2016, 01:04

Opinion: A Mine vs. a Million Monarchs

A Mexican conglomerate wants to revive mining in a protected reserve for monarch butterflies.

25 сентября 2014, 19:45

Япония/Мексика: Mitsui продаст оставшуюся долю в Silver Bell Mining

Японская торговая компания Mitsui & Co заявила о продаже оставшихся 25% акций в Silver Bell Mining основному акционеру, а именно мексиканской горнодобывающей фирме Grupo Mexico, владеющей 75% последней. Отметим, что детали сделки не раскрываются.

25 сентября 2014, 19:04

Япония/Мексика: Mitsui продаст оставшуюся долю в Silver Bell Mining

Японская торговая компания Mitsui & Co заявила о продаже оставшихся 25% акций в Silver Bell Mining основному акционеру, а именно мексиканской горнодобывающей фирме Grupo Mexico, владеющей 75% последней. Отметим, что детали сделки не раскрываются.

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24 сентября 2014, 16:16

Mexico officials warn about copper mine leak into southern Arizona

Mexican authorities have issued a bi-national alert over a chemical leak from from a copper mine in northwest Mexico that could flow into southern Arizona after contaminating the San Pedro River.Officials said they were still investigating how much leaked, or what exactly was in the spill, and said the material was "probably toxic."The Buenavista del Cobre mine, owned by Grupo Mexico (OTCPK:GMBXF), produces ~200K tons/year of copper. Post your comment!

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22 сентября 2014, 05:14

New toxic mine spill in Mexico

The Mexican authorities have issued a new alert about a toxic spill into a river from a copper mine run by the mining giant, Grupo Mexico.

16 июля 2014, 22:06

В Мексике начнётся добыча «редкозёмов»

Крупнейшая добывающая компания Мексики Grupo Mexico планирует увеличить добычу редкоземельных металлов, которые становятся всё более востребованными в современном мире, так как они применяются во многих электронных устройствах и технологиях. Горнорудный гигант может начать добычу редкоземельных металлов в штатах Сонора и Чихуахуа, именно в них уже имеются проверенные и экономически выгодные запасы редкоземельных металлов. Новость о начале разработки месторождений «редкозёмов» от компании Grupo Mexico пришла через несколько недель после того, как правительство страны объявило о начале выделения дотаций тем горнорудным компаниям, которые будут заниматься разработкой редкоземельных металлов, так как именно эти металлы имеют большую перспективу и будут становиться всё более востребованными в мире. Учитывая тесные связи Мексики с Южной Кореей, которая поддерживает мексиканские университеты и фирмы в их стремлении к поиску новых месторождений редкоземельных металлов, то можно с уверенностью сказать, что главным покупателем «редкозёмов» из Мексики станет именно эта азиатская страна, которая известна своими технологиями и разработками в сфере электроники, об этом рассказал представитель Grupo Mexico. Группа компаний Grupo Mexico занимается в основном поиском и добычей таких металлов, как медь, молибден, цинк, серебро, золото и свинец, причём не только на территории Мексики, но и в Перу, Чили, Эквадоре, Аргентине и США. Стоит также упомянуть, что Мексика находится на 10 месте среди стран, добывающих нефть.  В прошлом году правительство страны одобрило ряд реформ, согласно которым нефтяной сектор страны становится более открытым, это стало возможным впервые за последние 70 лет. Также власти страны ищут новые дешёвые источники энергии, чтобы развивать разные отрасли промышленности. В добывающем секторы страны заняты напрямую 334 тысячи человек, и 2 млн. человек связаны с добывающей отраслью косвенно. Поэтому добыча полезных ископаемых является очень важным сектором экономики Мексики, и по доходам в бюджет он находится на четвёртом месте после производства автомобилей, добычи нефти и продажи электроники. В настоящее время точно неизвестно, каким количеством запасов редкоземельных металлов располагает Мексика, но уже точно известно, что страна имеет крупные подводные резервы этих металлов. Конечно, подводная добыча никогда не сможет заменить наземную добычу, но в совокупности они смогут составить конкуренцию Китаю, который сейчас является монополистом на рынке редкоземельных металлов.

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07 февраля 2014, 17:53

Grupo Mexico снизила выпуск меди и драгметаллов из-за наводнений

Grupo Mexico сообщила о росте производства молибдена в 2013 году на 9%, в то время как ее выпуск цинка за тот же период увеличился на 11% , а меди сократился на 4%.

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28 марта 2013, 18:30

Mexican Juice Scion Turned Contemporary Art Super-Collector Casts Eye On Homegrown Artists

In the library of his two-story Mexico City penthouse apartment, which overlooks Chapultepec Park in the city's swanky Polanco quarter, Eugenio Lopez Alonzo is starting to get worked up. The stout, dark-haired 45-year-old scion of the Mexican juice giant, Grupo Jumex, is gesticulating excitedly and smiling with his eyes. The reason: He is talking about his first brush with what has become the abiding love of his life.

25 марта 2013, 19:28

SABMiller (SBMRY.PK) expects to deliver upper single-digit revenue growth in Latin America for the foreseeable future with a focus largely outside of Brazil and Mexico. While Anheuser-Busch InBev and Grupo Schincariol dominate the two bigger markets, SABMiller is cleaning up in nations such as Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, and El Salvador.

SABMiller (SBMRY.PK) expects to deliver upper single-digit revenue growth in Latin America for the foreseeable future with a focus largely outside of Brazil and Mexico. While Anheuser-Busch InBev and Grupo Schincariol dominate the two bigger markets, SABMiller is cleaning up in nations such as Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, and El Salvador. 1 comment!

22 марта 2013, 21:05

After 14 hours of debate, Mexico's lower house has approved an amended version of a telecom reform bill that seeks to create a new independent regulator and remove foreign investment limits on wireline carriers. Some details still need to be worked out, such as whether reciprocal foreign investment arrangements should be required of the home countries of investing firms. America Movil ([[AMX]] +2.8%) is rallying for the second day in a row. Grupo Televisa ([[TV]] +0.6%) is up slightly.

After 14 hours of debate, Mexico's lower house has approved an amended version of a telecom reform bill that seeks to create a new independent regulator and remove foreign investment limits on wireline carriers. Some details still need to be worked out, such as whether reciprocal foreign investment arrangements should be required of the home countries of investing firms. America Movil (AMX +2.8%) is rallying for the second day in a row. Grupo Televisa (TV +0.6%) is up slightly. Post your comment!

22 марта 2013, 20:11

Мексика: Grupo Mexico ожидает повышения объемов производства меди в текущем году

Мексиканская горнодобывающая компания Grupo Mexico, по словам ее СЕО, ожидает увеличения объемов производства меди в текущем году. Так, производство меди может составить 850 00 тонн по сравнению с 826 209 тоннами, зафиксированными в минувшем году. При этом по оценкам Grupo Mexico, благодаря повышению объемов производства компания может стать вторым по величине в мире производителем меди к 2015 году.

16 марта 2013, 02:07

Constellation Brands (STZ) +3.1% AH as AB InBev (BUD), Grupo Modelo and the Justice Department ask a federal court to allow more time for settlement talks that could resolve a government lawsuit challenging the companies' planned merger. After DoJ sued to stop the deal, BUD agreed to sell a Modelo brewery in Mexico to STZ for $2.9B and grant STZ perpetual rights for Corona and other Modelo brands in the U.S.

Constellation Brands (STZ) +3.1% AH as AB InBev (BUD), Grupo Modelo and the Justice Department ask a federal court to allow more time for settlement talks that could resolve a government lawsuit challenging the companies' planned merger. After DoJ sued to stop the deal, BUD agreed to sell a Modelo brewery in Mexico to STZ for $2.9B and grant STZ perpetual rights for Corona and other Modelo brands in the U.S. 1 comment!

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15 марта 2013, 17:23

Mexico's telecom reform bill continues to plow ahead. The bill, which would create an independent regulator that could weaken America Movil's (AMX) and Grupo Televisa's (TV) dominant positions in the local telecom and TV broadcasting landscapes, has been approved by a Congressional committee without any changes. Mexico's lower house is expected to vote on it next week. America Movil currently has ~70% of the Mexican mobile phone market.

Mexico's telecom reform bill continues to plow ahead. The bill, which would create an independent regulator that could weaken America Movil's (AMX) and Grupo Televisa's (TV) dominant positions in the local telecom and TV broadcasting landscapes, has been approved by a Congressional committee without any changes. Mexico's lower house is expected to vote on it next week. America Movil currently has ~70% of the Mexican mobile phone market. Post your comment!

12 марта 2013, 15:35

Frontrunning: March 12

Cardinals head to conclave to elect pope for troubled Church (Reuters) Hyperinflation 'Unthinkable' Even With Bold Easing: Abe (Nikkei) Ryan Plan Revives '12 Election Issues (WSJ) Republicans to unveil $4.6tn of cuts (FT) - Obama set to dismiss Ryan plan to balance budget within decade Italy 1-yr debt costs highest since Dec after downgrade (Reuters) CIA Ramps Up Role in Iraq (WSJ) Hollande Hostility Fuels Charm Offensive to Show He’s No Sarkozy (BBG) SEC testing customized punishments (Reuters) Judge Cans Soda Ban  (WSJ) Hungary Lawmakers Rebuff EU, U.S. (WSJ) Even Berlusconi Can’t Slow Bulls Boosting Euro View (BBG) - luckily the consensus is never wrong Funding for Lending ‘put on steroids’ (FT) Investigators Narrow Focus in Dreamliner Probe (WSJ) With new group, Obama team seeks answer to Karl Rove (Reuters) Boston Booms as Workers Say No to Suburbs (BBG)   Overnight Media Digest WSJ * Illinois settled Securities and Exchange Commission civil-fraud charges that the state misled municipal-bond investors by failing to adequately disclose the risks of its underfunded pension system. * Lawmakers grilling Mary Jo White, President Barack Obama's nominee for chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, on Tuesday will have to weigh two seemingly contradictory versions of the attorney. * U.S. aviation safety investigators examining Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner increasingly are focusing on manufacturing or design problems with the batteries as possible causes of overheating rather than on other parts of the jet's electrical system, the head of the National Transportation Safety Board said on Monday. * Starr International Co, run by the former chief executive of American International Group Inc, won the right to pursue as a class action its case against the U.S. government, alleging that elements of AIG's financial-crisis bailout package were unconstitutional. * A crisis of confidence in the nuclear-power industry has trickled down to Namibia, where uranium accounts for 12 percent of exports. But uranium prices are down 70 percent over the past six years. * General Motors Co is in the process of changing advertising agencies of its Cadillac brand. Advertising and marketing work to support Cadillac, valued at about $250 million, will be moved to longtime Michigan advertising agency Campbell Ewald, according to three people briefed on the matter. * The monopoly powers of Mexico's telephone giant, América Móvil SAB de CV and leading broadcaster Grupo Televisa SAB, are coming under fire with a broad set of new laws that aim to open up the telecommunications and television businesses to competition. * Many small U.S. banks are feeling a financial pinch from the government's efforts to punish executives and directors of banks that collapsed during the height of the financial crisis. * KKR & Co LP is considering teaming with other private equity firms to pursue biotech firm Life Technologies Corp, according to people familiar with the matter, in the latest sign that buyout shops are still willing to form "clubs" if they covet a large target. * VeriFone Systems Inc Chief Executive Douglas Bergeron is stepping down after a dozen years at the helm of the card-payment systems maker. The company said it will hire an executive-search firm to find a successor, with Chairman Richard McGinn serving as CEO on an interim basis.   FT Dell Inc has agreed to give Carl Icahn a closer look at its books less than a week after the activist investor joined a growing chorus of opposition to founder Michael Dell's plan to take the world's No. 3 personal computer maker private. Private equity firms are looking to buy the UK property business of Germany's second-biggest lender, Commerzbank AG, in a potential 5 billion pound ($7.45 billion) deal. UK lender LLoyds Banking Group plans to sell 20 percent of its stake in wealth manager St James's Place Alibaba Group has chosen Jonathan Lu, its Chief Data Officer who has more than a decade of experience in executive roles, to lead China's largest e-commerce company as it prepares to launch an initial public offering. Italy's central bank has told some of the country's biggest banks to increase their bad loan provisions by an estimated 21 billion euros ($27.33 billion) amid deepening of a nearly two-year old recession. Billionaire hedge fund manager John Paulson is exploring moving to Puerto Rico from New York to lower his tax bill. Richard Joseph, a former futures trader, was convicted of six counts of insider trading, leaking information from the print room at JPMorgan Cazenove. Joseph placed spread bets with CMC Markets ahead of a series of deals in 2007 and 2008. Mexico is looking to overhaul its telecom industry by introducing sweeping proposals that will increase competition and limit the control of telecoms tycoon Carlos Slim and broadcasting giant Televisa.   NYT * For the second time in history, federal regulators have accused an American state of securities fraud, finding that Illinois misled investors about the condition of its public pension system from 2005 to 2009. * A state court judge invalidated New York City's new restrictions on sweetened beverages on Monday, a day before they were set to take effect, saying the rules were "arbitrary and capricious." * Britain, unlike other economic powers, is responding to the financial crisis by creating two new agencies, one to oversee institutions and another to watch for market abuses. * In advance of a summit meeting of European Union leaders on Thursday in Brussels, the president of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, called on the bloc's 17 members to stay the course on austerity. * Intrade, the online betting site, announced late on Sunday that it had halted trading and frozen customer accounts after the discovery of potential financial irregularities. * Oppenheimer & Co will pay nearly $3 million to settle accusations by federal and state regulators that it misled investors about the performance of one of its private equity funds, in a case that signals stepped-up scrutiny of the buyout industry and how it values its holdings. * Dell Inc has agreed to open its books to the activist investor Carl Icahn, signaling a possible truce on one front in the battle over the computer maker's proposed $24.4 billion buyout. * In prepared testimony for her nomination hearing, Mary Jo White placed a premium on unearthing financial fraud, as she works to deflect concerns from lawmakers who question her ability to regulate banks she recently defended. * British authorities have opened an investigation into Hewlett-Packard Co's claims that it was duped when it bought the business software maker Autonomy, according to regulatory documents filed on Monday.   Canada THE GLOBE AND MAIL * Ottawa and the Northwest Territories have reached a deal to hand the territory province-like power over its land, a move aimed at empowering local leaders to unlock more of their resource riches. * Less than a third of the almost 300,000 members and supporters who signed up to choose the Liberal party's next leader have so far registered to vote, prompting front-runner Justin Trudeau's camp to complain about a host of technical glitches and request a one-week extension on registration. * The federal government is facing questions over the legitimacy of its centerpiece for aboriginal education reform. Manitoba chiefs rejected the Harper government's vision for aboriginal education on Monday, claiming Ottawa is trying to "bypass" first nations chiefs and shirk its treaty responsibilities. Reports in the business section: * Chrysler Canada is jumping back into leasing for the first time since 2008, raising the competitive stakes another notch in an auto market already awash with financing and leasing incentives. * AT&T Inc will begin selling BlackBerry's new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone next week, marking the smartphone's debut in a crucial U.S. market that has largely shunned the company's devices in recent years. * Molson Coors Brewing Co's Canadian arm sold far less Miller Genuine Draft beer in the country over the past three years than the targets called for under its agreement with Miller Brewing Co. That under-performance - spelled out in court filings - is at the crux of a dispute that has erupted between the two companies, as Miller tries to cancel its Canadian licensing agreement with Molson. NATIONAL POST * The federal government, which has come under fire over tougher employment insurance (EI) rules, is sweetening benefits for parents. It says it will allow individuals receiving parental benefits through EI to qualify for sickness benefits as well, starting March 24. * The latest annual report on federal ad spending shows Ottawa shelled out C$78.5 million ($76.5 million) in 2011-12 telling Canadians about everything from the switch to digital TV and the War of 1812, to elder abuse and anti-drug messaging. The Harper government spent C$21 million on major advertising campaigns under its Economic Action Plan brand. * Despite activist claims that the city's homeless are dying due to a lack of shelter space, there is no shelter bed shortage in Toronto, according to an internal report prepared for city council. FINANCIAL POST * After years of growth, economists say the real estate boom is over and predict Canadian housing prices to flatline over the next decade. A TD Economics study, Long-Run Rate of Return for Canadian Home Prices, predicts a "string of lackluster performances" over the next few years. * Alamos Gold Inc is going on the offensive in the takeover battle for Aurizon Mines Ltd, asking a securities regulator to reject both a break fee and poison pill that it believes are highly irregular. * Travel tour operator Transat AT Inc said it has managed to wrest concessions from its flight attendants as the company continues its campaign to be more cost competitive. The bulk of the expected C$9 million in annual savings will come from Transat lowering the amount of flight attendants on its Airbus A330s to 10 from 11, and the move will also support a potential shift to a fleet of Boeing Co's 737s.   China SECURITIES TIMES -- Huatai Securities said on Tuesday its board of directors had sanctioned the issuance of no more than 10 billion yuan of corporate bonds on the Shanghai Stock Exchange to supplement operating funds. -- The Shanghai securities regulator said five foreign banks, including Standard Chartered, have applied for licences to distribute mutual fund products in China. CHINA SECURITIES JOURNAL -- The Shanghai stock exchange is looking to invest more in regional stock exchanges to support smaller firms in China, its director general said on Monday. CHINA DAILY -- China's first special envoy for Asian affairs will have a focus on Myanmar, the Foreign Ministry said on Monday. There has been tension between China and its southern neighbour over conflict in Myanmar, close to the Chinese border. -- Roughly one in ten of the 5,000 proposals submitted to China's top political advisory body since March 3 are related to environmental issues, said Lu Fuhe, a top national political advisor. SHANGHAI DAILY -- French firm Carrefour, the world's number two retailer, has implemented a system to allow shoppers to trace the origin of fruit and vegetables in their Chinese stores in Shanghai, a reflection of the recent pressure in China over food safety. CHINA BUSINESS NEWS -- The number of dead pigs found in the Huangpu River, one of Shanghai's key water sources, is now estimated to have increased to 2,800.   Fly On The Wall 7:00 AM Market Snapshot ANALYST RESEARCH Upgrades Axiall (AXLL) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at CitigroupDick's Sporting (DKS) upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at BMO CapitalDick's Sporting (DKS) upgraded to Conviction Buy from Buy at GoldmanIntercontinental Hotels (IHG) upgraded to Neutral from Sell at UBSMosaic (MOS) upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at BMO CapitalSherwin-Williams (SHW) upgraded to Neutral from Underperform at Credit SuisseVantiv (VNTV) upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Raymond JamesVitamin Shoppe (VSI) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman Downgrades CVS Caremark (CVS) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at GoldmanEverBank Financial (EVER) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Sterne AgeeRadioShack (RSH) downgraded to Sell from Neutral at GoldmanRed Hat (RHT) downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citigroup Initiations Fifth & Pacific (FNP) initiated with a Buy at Brean CapitalRush Enterprises (RUSHA) initiated with a Market Perform at BMO CapitalTJX (TJX) initiated with an Overweight at BarclaysWabash (WNC) initiated with an Outperform at BMO CapitalWABCO (WBC) initiated with an Outperform at BMO CapitalXoom (XOOM) initiated with an Outperform at RW BairdXoom (XOOM) initiated with an Overweight at Barclays HOT STOCKS SEC charged Illinois for misleading pension disclosuresTreasury Department sold $489.9M of GM (GM) common stock in FebruaryHP (HPQ) disclosed U.K Serious Fraud Office opened investigation related to AutonomyKKR (KKR) has considered teaming to bid for Life Technologies (LIFE), and Thermo Fisher (TMO) and Danaher (DHR) also weigh bids for Life, valued at $12.5B with debt, DJ reports Diamond Foods (DMND) sees second half sales down more than first halfRio Tinto (RIO) slowed Guinea iron ore investment, to cut staff, Reuters reports Said Guinea iron ore project not frozen, to work with government on funding, Bloomberg reportsHill International (HIL) sees FY13 consulting fee revenue $500M-$520M Cadence Design (CDNS) acquired Tensilica for $380M in cashPall Corp (PLL) signed 30 year agreement to supply Embraer (ERJ) with KC-390 manifoldsMRC Global (MRC), NAWAH entered into alliance to open distribution facility in IraqLakeland Industries (LAKE) reported $11.5M goodwill impairment charge in Brazil EARNINGS Companies that beat consensus earnings expectations last night and today include:Costco (COST), BioScrip (BIOS), Stewart Enterprises (STEI), XenoPort (XNPT), Heckmann (HEK) Companies that missed consensus earnings expectations include:Stage Stores (SSI), FuelCell (FCEL), Chiquita Brands (CQB), Hill International (HIL), Casey's General Stores (CASY), Urban Outfitters (URBN) Companies that matched consensus earnings expectations include:Douglas Dynamics (PLOW), Flow International (FLOW), Manitex (MNTX) NEWSPAPERS/WEBSITES Multinationals (GE, HPQ, CAT, HON) have been increasing their footprint in Asia for years as they have moved from selling into the region to also investing here. But the transformation is gaining critical mass as Western companies' market-share leads in Asia over cash-flush local competitors narrow, forcing Western firms to invest more, tailor their products and transfer top executives to Asia, the Wall Street Journal reports Rising fuel prices have GM (GM) and Chrysler Group (FIATY) taking another look at selling smaller pickup trucks—vehicles that the Detroit Three automakers (F) abandoned in the U.S. amid weak demand. Both see the vehicles helping them to hit higher fuel-economy targets and to regain market share from Toyota (TM), the current top-selling small hauler., the Wall Street Journal reports Two groups of AIG (AIG) shareholders won class-action status from a federal judge on in a $25B lawsuit by former CEO Maurice "Hank" Greenberg over alleged losses caused by the U.S. government's bailout of the insurer, Reuters reports As the jobs market showing signs of healing, economists think they know what's next for monetary policy: the Fed will at some point reduce its monthly bond purchases, and soon after, end them altogether. But perhaps they shouldn't be so sure, Reuters reports Shares of companies that own and operate their truck fleets (WERN, KNX, SWFT, HTLD) are outperforming those that act as brokers for trucking services, driven by stronger U.S. freight activity, Bloomberg reports The Treasury Department, exiting its ownership stake in GM (GM), accelerated its sell- down of the automaker in February, saying it received $489.9M in proceeds from the sale of common shares, Bloomberg reports SYNDICATE Emeritus (ESC) announces 7.97M share secondary offering by holdersGovernment Properties (GOV) 9.95M share Spot Secondary priced at $25.20HeartWare (HTWR) announces public offering of 1.5M shares of common stockLexington Realty (LXP) files to sell 15M shares of common stockSalesforce.com (CRM) announces proposed $1B offering of convertible senior notesSapiens (SPNS) files to sell $40M of common stock, 6M shares for holdersSun Communities (SUI) announces 4.5M share common stock offeringU.S. Silica (SLCA) announces 8.5M share secondary offering by stockholderYandex (YNDX) announces 24.25M Class A ordinary shares offering by holders

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12 марта 2013, 06:52

Mexico Goes After Its Monopolies

Mexico is proposing an overhaul of the telecom and broadcast markets, to increase competition and reduce the grip held by América Movil and Grupo Televisa.

11 марта 2013, 13:21

Bidders have until 5 pm today to submit their offers for Twinkies and other Hostess Brands snack cakes, with a bankruptcy court auction set to take place on Wednesday. Stalking horse bidders Apollo Global Management (APO) and veteran food executive Dean Metropoulos could reportedly be joined by Hostess creditor Silver Point Capital and hedge-fund newcomer Hurst Capital in concert with other private-equity firms, as well as by Mexico's Grupo Bimbo (GRBMF.PK).

Bidders have until 5 pm today to submit their offers for Twinkies and other Hostess Brands snack cakes, with a bankruptcy court auction set to take place on Wednesday. Stalking horse bidders Apollo Global Management (APO) and veteran food executive Dean Metropoulos could reportedly be joined by Hostess creditor Silver Point Capital and hedge-fund newcomer Hurst Capital in concert with other private-equity firms, as well as by Mexico's Grupo Bimbo (GRBMF.PK). Post your comment!

01 марта 2013, 00:36

Карлос Слим снова признан самым богатейшим человеком в мире

Состояние в размере 66 млрд долларов позволило мексиканскому магнату Карлосу Слиму вновь оказаться на первой строчке рейтинга самых богатейших людей мира, куда его на этот раз определила китайская исследовательская организация Hurun Research Institute. Бизнес Слима связан с телекоммуникационным рынком Мексики и стран Латинской Америки. Его основой в Мексике является телекоммуникационная индустрия - ему принадлежат компании America Movil, Telcel, Telefonos de Mexico и Altria Group. Главным активом предпринимателя является Grupo Carso, контролирующая ряд крупных мексиканских компаний, передает РИА «Новости». Ранее журнал Forbes также называл 73-летнего Слима богатейшим человеком планеты с состоянием в 69 млрд долларов. По данным Hurun Research Institute, на втором месте идет американский инвестор Уоррен Баффет с 58 млрд долларов. Третью позицию занимает основатель сети Zara испанец Амансио Ортега с 55 млрд долларов личного состояния. Всего в списке миллиардеров находятся 1 тыс. 453 человека. При этом Москва названа городом, в котором проживает больше всего людей с состоянием свыше 1 млрд долларов, - 76 человек. Второе место занимает Нью-Йорк (70 человек), третья позиция досталась Гонконгу - 54 миллиардера. Закладки:

27 февраля 2013, 20:42

SAVED!

(Reuters) - Flowers Foods Inc is set to buy Hostess bread brands including Wonder bread for $360 million after no other bidder stepped up to make a competing offer, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. The bankrupt bakery company was set to run an auction on Thursday for the brands, which also include Butternut, Home Pride, Merita and Nature's Pride, but there will be no auction since there were no other bids, the source said. There will be an auction for the Beefsteak brand, for which Flowers bid $30 million, since Hostess received a higher bid from Mexico's Grupo Bimbo, said the source, who declined to be named as the process is private. The deal with Flowers is still subject to approval by a bankruptcy court. Flowers agreed in January to be the "stalking horse" bidder, which set a floor for the bidding and was subject to a court-supervised auction. Hostess declined to comment. Flowers and Bimbo were not immediately available to comment. (Reporting by Martinne Geller in New York; editing by Soyoung Kim and Matthew Lewis)

19 февраля 2013, 23:11

Bud And Corona Bellying Up To The Same Bar?

At a time when the United States is awash in beer—with a record high of some 2,750 individual brewers, per the Beer Institute—the government wants to block a merger that would hand one company 46% of the market. The major brands involved—the true-blue American Budweiser and the more upscale Corona from Mexico—would share the same corporate parent if Anheuser-Busch InBev were allowed to acquire the half of Grupo Modelo that it doesn’t already own.