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03:35 p.m.
Fuente: Gestión

Wall Street retrocedió tras alcanzar máximos en la víspera

Nueva York (Reuters).- Las acciones estadounidenses cerraron el jueves a la baja, con descensos marcados en el final de la jornada después de que un funcionario de la FED dijera que el Banco Central podría comenzar a sacar el pie del acelerador en su política de alivio monetario durante el verano boreal de este año.

El promedio industrial Dow Jones cerró extraoficialmente con una caída de 42.47 puntos, o un 0.28%, para cerrar a 15,233.22.

El índice Standard & Poor’s 500 bajó 8.31 puntos, o un 0.50%, a 1,650.47, mientras que el Nasdaq Composite retrocedió 6.37 puntos, o un 0.18%, a 3,465.24 unidades.

03:30 p.m.
Fuente: Fox News

Gloomy Data Send Stocks Sliding

By Adam Samson

Today's Markets


According to preliminary calculations, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 44.2 points, or 0.29%, to 15232, the S&P 500 dipped 8.4 points, or 0.5%, to 1650 and the Nasdaq Composite declined 6.4 points, or 0.18%, to 3465.

Numerous disappointing economic reports sparked concerns about a potential spring slowdown for the U.S. economy -- that has recently been a point of optimism for traders.

The Labor Department said new claims for unemployment benefits increased to 360,000 last week from an upwardly-revised 328,000 the week prior. Claims were expected to rise to 330,000 from an initially-reported 323,000.

Another report from the Labor Department showed prices at the consumer level slid 0.4% in April from March, a steeper drop than the 0.2% economists expected, as energy prices plummeted. Excluding the food and energy components, prices rose 0.1%, slightly less than the 0.2% gain expected.

The Commerce Department's gauge of new housing starts dropped 16.5% in April from March to an annualized 853,000-unit rate. Permits for the month increased 14.3% to an annualized rate of 1,017,000 units, the highest since June 2008. The market for new homes has been bouncing back as the real-estate market recovers, but progress has been choppy.

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s regional manufacturing gauge fell to -5.2 in May from 1.3 in April, far lower than expectations of 2.4. Readings below 0 suggest the manufacturing sector in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region is contracting. This follows a similarly disappointing report Wednesday from the New York Federal Reserve.

Trading desks had earnings reports from two corporate giants to digest early in the day. Cisco (CSCO) revealed adjusted fiscal third-quarter profits of 51 cents a share, beating estimates by two cents. The networking giant's revenues of $12.2 billion narrowly topped forecasts of $12.18 billion. Shares zoomed higher on the report.

Meanwhile, Wal-Mart (WMT) posted first-quarter earnings of $1.14 a share on sales of $113.4 billion, shy of estimates of $1.15 a share on $116.3 billion in revenues. The world’s biggest retailer said it expects to earn between $1.22 and $1.27 a share in the second quarter, also missing forecasts of $1.29.

Elsewhere in corporate news, J.P. Morgan Chase (JPM) said it has formally requested information from Bloomberg on how much access Bloomberg News journalists had to its Bloomberg financial terminals and to confirm that measures were being taken to prevent future breaches.

AMD (AMD) was cut to "sell" from "neutral" by analysts at Goldman Sachs (GS). The chipmaker's shares came under heavy pressure on the news.

In commodities, gold prices fell sharply for the second day in a row. The benchmark contract dropped $23.50, or 1.7%, to $1,373 a troy ounce. Oil prices dipped 51 cents, or 0.56%, to $93.77 a barrel. Wholesale New York Harbor gasoline fell 0.11% to $2.864 a gallon.

Foreign Markets

The Euro Stoxx 50 climbed 0.08% to 2812, the English FTSE 100 rose 0.23% to 2709 and the German DAX gained 0.31% to 8388.

In Asia, the Japanese Nikkei 225 declined 0.39% to 15037 and the Chinese Hang Seng advanced 0.17% to 23083.

03:25 a.m.
Fuente: Ámbito

El petróleo avanzó 0,9% a u$s 95,16

El crudo ayer cerró en alza.


El petróleo tipo WTI avanzó 0,9% a u$s 95,16 en el mercado de Nueva York gracias a un debilitamiento del dólar tras indicadores decepcionantes en Estados Unidos.

Una divisa estadounidense débil favorece las compras por inversores dotados de otras divisas, y así en el New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex), el barril de "light sweet crude" (WTI) para entrega en junio ascendió hoy.

A pesar de indicadores más bien negativos esta mañana en Estados Unidos en el frente inmobiliario y del empleo, el WTI se benefició de un nuevo interés del mercado, "en particular por la baja del dólar durante la jornada", destacó un especialista. En particular, el alza de 9,75% de las inscripciones al seguro de desempleo la semana pasada, pesaron sobre el ánimo de los inversores.

Igualmente, los datos fueron recibidos por una parte de los operadores de buena forma, porque favorecen la continuación de la política monetaria ultraflexible de la Fed para estimular la economía. En este mercado, "las 'malas' noticias son también 'buenas' noticias", insinuó un analista.

11:10 a.m.
Fuente: Faro de Vigo

El Ibex 35 vuelve a los números rojos

El principal índice de la Bolsa cae un 0,47% sin salir de pérdidas pese al buen debut de Liberbank

El Ibex 35 ha cedido un 0,47% al cierre del mercado y no ha logrado reconquistar los 8.600 puntos, lo que le ha impedido situarse en niveles máximos del año. El selectivo no ha salido de pérdidas a pesar del buen debut de Liberbank, que se ha disparado un 30% en su primera sesión en Bolsa.

El grupo fruto de la integración de Cajastur, CCM, Caja Cantabria y Caja Extremadura ha debutado en Bolsa a 0,55%, con un avance del 37,5%, si bien los títulos de la entidad finalmente han cerrado la sesión a un precio de 0,520 euros.

Los 'pesos pesados' del índice han protagonizado comportamientos dispares. BBVA se ha dejado un 0,32%, mientras que Santander ha ganado un 0,18%, Repsol un leve 0,08% y Telefónica ha cerrado plano. Inditex ha perdido un 2,56%, la segunda mayor caída de la sesión.

El mayor descenso se lo ha anotado Abertis (-3,23%). En terreno negativo también han destacado Abengoa, que ha cedido un 2,41%, y ACS (-2,40%). FCC ha protagonizado la quinta mayor caída de la sesión.

Por otra parte, IAG ha liderado los avances, con un aumento del 2,95%, seguido de Mediaset, que ha avanzado un 2,53%. Lejos de estos aumentos se han situado Sacyr (+1,24%) y Amadeus (+0,76%).

Las principales plazas del Viejo Continente no se han decantado por una tendencia clara, puesto que se han repartido leves subidas o pérdidas de apenas un 0,1%. Sólo Milán ha ganado un 0,3%.

En el mercado de deuda pública, el buen debut de Liberbank, tras los fiascos de Bankia y Banca Cívica, ha insuflado ánimo a los inversores, con la prima de riesgo española situada por debajo de los 300 puntos básicos, en los 297 puntos.

"El mercado comienza a asimilar el rebote técnico que vivimos la semana pasada con la acumulación de deuda que tienen España e Italia en el horizonte, bonos sindicados incluidos", ha explicado el analista de XTB Daniel Álvarez, en relación a la evolución de la prima de riesgo.

09:35 a.m.
Fuente: CNN Expansión

Wall Street registra sesión mixta

Las acciones de EU tienen pocos cambios ante débiles datos laborales e inmobiliarios; el índice Dow Jones baja 0.03%, el S&P cede 0.13% y el Nasdaq sube 0.1%.

Las acciones de Estados Unidos registraban pocos cambios este jueves, cuando una fuerte alza de los títulos de Cisco Systems era compensada por datos débiles de los mercados laboral e inmobiliario.

Los papeles de Cisco saltaban un 11.6%, a 23.64 dólares, un día después de informar sus resultados trimestrales.

El promedio industrial Dow Jones caía 4.78 puntos, o 0.03%, a 15,270.91. El índice Standard & Poor's 500 bajaba 2.23 puntos, o un 0.13%, a 1,656.55, mientras que el Nasdaq Composite subía 3.48 puntos, o un 0.1%, a 3,475.10 unidades.

09:25 a.m.
Fuente: Fox News

Dow, S&P Stall Near Record Highs

By Adam Samson

Today's Markets


ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 9.1 points, or 0.06%, to 15286, the S&P 500 dipped 0.3 point, or 0.02%, to 1658 and the Nasdaq Composite climbed 9 points, or 0.26%, to 3481.

It was another record-setting day on Wall Street on Wednesday, as the Dow notched its twentieth all-time high of the year, and the broader S&P notched its fifteenth. Both market barometers are up more than 16% for the year.

Trading desks had earnings reports from two corporate giants to digest early in the day. Cisco (CSCO) revealed adjusted fiscal third-quarter profits of 51 cents a share, beating estimates by two cents. The networking giant's revenues of $12.2 billion narrowly topped forecasts of $12.18 billion. Shares zoomed higher on the report.

Meanwhile, Wal-Mart (WMT) posted first-quarter earnings of $1.14 a share on sales of $113.4 billion, shy of estimates of $1.15 a share on $116.3 billion in revenues. The world’s biggest retailer said it expects to earn between $1.22 and $1.27 a share in the second quarter, also missing forecasts of $1.29.

The economic calendar is heavy on the day, with several key reports on tap.

The Labor Department said new claims for unemployment benefits increased to 360,000 last week from an upwardly-revised 328,000 the week prior. Claims were expected to rise to 330,000 from an initially-reported 323,000.

Another report from the Labor Department showed prices at the consumer level slid 0.4% in April from March, a steeper drop than the 0.2% economists expected, as energy prices plummeted. Excluding the food and energy components, prices rose 0.1%, slightly less than the 0.2% gain expected.

The Commerce Department's gauge of new housing starts dropped 16.5% in April from March to an annualized 853,000-unit rate. Permits for the month increased 14.3% to an annualized rate of 1,017,000 units, the highest since June 2008. The market for new homes has been bouncing back as the real-estate market recovers, but progress has been choppy.

The Philadelphia Federal Reserve’s regional manufacturing gauge fell to -5.2 in May from 1.3 in April, far lower than expectations of 2.4. Readings below 0 suggest the manufacturing sector in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region is contracting. This follows a similarly disappointing report Wednesday from the New York Federal Reserve.

Elsewhere in corporate news, J.P. Morgan Chase (JPM) said it has formally requested information from Bloomberg on how much access Bloomberg News journalists had to its Bloomberg financial terminals and to confirm that measures were being taken to prevent future breaches.

AMD (AMD) was cut to "sell" from "neutral" by analysts at Goldman Sachs (GS). The chipmaker's shares came under heavy pressure on the news.

In commodities, gold prices fell sharply for the second day in a row. The benchmark contract dropped $23.50, or 1.7%, to $1,373 a troy ounce. Oil prices dipped 51 cents, or 0.56%, to $93.77 a barrel. Wholesale New York Harbor gasoline fell 0.11% to $2.864 a gallon.

Foreign Markets

The Euro Stoxx 50 climbed 0.08% to 2812, the English FTSE 100 rose 0.23% to 2709 and the German DAX gained 0.31% to 8388.

In Asia, the Japanese Nikkei 225 declined 0.39% to 15037 and the Chinese Hang Seng advanced 0.17% to 23083.






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