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مشاهدة النسخة كاملة : منتدى الأخبار والتقارير الأجنبية

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  1. Greek PM Says Borrowing Costs Not Sustainable
  2. UBS Extends Its Reach
  3. Dollar's Strength Hits Commodities
  4. Mad Money, May 12, 2011
  5. US Consumer Inflation Rising as Commodities Lose Some Steam
  6. Euro Rises, Strong German, French GDP Boost*
  7. Gold Rises, Silver Up 3 Percent as Dollar Retreats
  8. Tarp Shows That US Can Break Political Deadlock
  9. Big Banks Take Hit on Capital Surcharge
  10. These 3 Markets Will Beat S&P: Analyst
  11. Europe to IMF: We'll Set Our Own Rate Policy, Thanks
  12. Man Up, Europe
  13. Risk Is Out, Dollar Is In
  14. April Consumer Price Index Up
  15. The Inflation Conversation
  16. Euro Lifts, Dollar Slips
  17. Low Growth & High Inflation Ahead?
  18. Future of the Diving Dollar
  19. Word on the Street Now
  20. Euro vs. U.S. Dollar
  21. Volatile Market Strategies
  22. Euro Blues Will Continue, Technicals Suggest
  23. Market Outlook
  24. Stop Trading: Jim Cramer
  25. A Choppy Summer?
  26. State Street's Little SEC Problem - What Next?
  27. Week Ahead: Volatile Stocks and Commodities Keep Investors on Edge
  28. Money Match Up
  29. The Money File
  30. The Buck Stops Here
  31. Maria's Market Message
  32. The Week That Was
  33. The Week Ahead
  34. Euro Trashing
  35. Mad Money, May 13, 2011
  36. Money In Motion, May 13, 2011
  37. 'Risk-Off' Trade to Outlast 'Fed Ponzi' Scheme: Pro
  38. Want to Play Emerging Markets? Here Are 10 Stocks
  39. Gold, Silver Inch Lower as Firm Dollar Weighs
  40. Euro Slides as IMF Chief Arrest Adds Salt to Wounds
  41. BP May Buy Out Russian Partners
  42. Will Another Lehman-Style Crisis Be Prevented?
  43. EU Meeting Must Focus on Greece Despite Scandal
  44. High Commodity Prices to Lower 2011 Growth - Survey
  45. Trader Triple Play
  46. Safe Havens Back in Style
  47. How to Use Currencies to Trade Turkey's Hot Growth
  48. Busch: 3 Debt Musketeers
  49. IMF Scandal Impact on Europe
  50. IMF Crisis Impact on Markets
  51. IMF Chief Sex Scandal to Generate Serious Market Ripples?
  52. How to Navigate Choppy Markets
  53. Euro Investors Have Better Things To Worry About Than a Sex Scandal
  54. Closing Bell Exchange
  55. IMF Arrest & Global Currencies
  56. One-on-One with Nancy Pelosi
  57. Mad Money, May 16, 2011
  58. Euro Off 7-Week Low but Still Seen Wobbly
  59. Gold Steady, Silver Rebounds with Buying
  60. Merkel Rejects Greek Debt Restructuring
  61. EU Seeks to Ease China's Euro Zone Fears
  62. Reprofiling — What Are You Talking About?
  63. Global Growth in Question?
  64. Greenback Has the Blues, British Pound Has a Bounce
  65. Industrial Production Unchanged
  66. Busch: Money In Motion Turkish Lira Trade
  67. Word On the Street Now
  68. Jan Hatzius on the U.S. Economy
  69. How to Sail Into the Right Safe-Haven Currency
  70. Fed's Easing Policies Now Keeping Rates Low
  71. Markets Lower on HP Forecast
  72. Commodities Tomorrow
  73. Short Dollar on Euro Woes?
  74. Wednesday Look Ahead: Stocks Could Continue Tuesday Bounce
  75. How to Manage Market Slump
  76. Euro Steady but Debt Worries Weigh
  77. Dollar Drop? You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet if Yuan Jumps
  78. Gold Steady, Euro Zone Debt Fears Support
  79. The Euro Zone After Strauss Kahn
  80. World Bank Sees End to Dollar’s Hegemony
  81. Should Investors Buy the SMI?
  82. Offshore Yuan Trade Most Exciting Since Euro: Broker
  83. Dollar Is Cheap but Will Remain Weak: Strategist
  84. Greece Deficit and UK's Market Reaction
  85. The Fed's Next Move
  86. British Pound Sinks and the Dollar Sags
  87. Money in Motion: Currency Trading
  88. Some See Rise Ahead for Dollar
  89. IMF Chief's Woes = Buying Opportunity, Pro Says
  90. IMF in Crisis
  91. Should QE2 Continue?
  92. Halftime: Is S&P Making a Meaningful Reversal?
  93. Word on the Street Now
  94. New Corporate Issues Enjoy Strong Demand
  95. Dollar Drives Market, Not Commodities
  96. The Best Risk-Off Currency Trade According to HSBC
  97. Thursday Look Ahead: Economic Reports
  98. Mad Money, May 18, 2011
  99. Gold Flat, Silver Gains on Commods Rebound
  100. Euro Edges Up, Dollar Hits 3-week High Vs Yen
  101. Levin in ‘Real Hope’ of Fresh Goldman Probe
  102. Three Reasons Oil Will Trade Above $100
  103. Just 20 Percent Back Greek Austerity: Poll
  104. Sell Dollar as US Influence Ebbs: Fund Manager
  105. South Korea Cuts FX Derivatives Ceilings as Expected
  106. Merkel Says European Should Replace Strauss-Kahn
  107. Strauss-Kahn Resigns
  108. No Yen for Yen, But Real's on a Roll
  109. Busch: Money In Motion Trade
  110. Time for IMF to Get Tought on Europe?
  111. Mixed Signals of Economy
  112. Glencore's Big London Debut
  113. IMF's Lipsky on Global Economy
  114. Commodities Tomorrow
  115. Bullish on Japan Stocks: Kass
  116. PBOC's Vicious Circle on Policy Means More RRR Hikes
  117. Euro Dips But Off Recent 7-Week Low, Yen Falls**
  118. Gold Regains Strength on Bargain Hunting, Silver Steadies
  119. Britain's Inflation Nightmare Becomes Worse
  120. Business Barometer Shows Brightening Outlook
  121. City Professionals Want to Change Employers: Survey
  122. Spain Bans Jobs Protests Over Election Weekend
  123. Fighting Inflation a Challenge: ECB Board Member
  124. Driving Forces in the Markets
  125. IMF's Strauss-Kahn To Leave on Bail
  126. Lend More or Be Taxed, UK Banks Told
  127. Saudi Prince Alwaleed: Markets Stabilizing
  128. Norway Says Suspends $42m Greece Grant
  129. Battle for the Next IMF Leader
  130. Dollar Jumps, Loonie's In the Dumps
  131. Greek Debt Dilemma & the Markets
  132. Euro Falls Against U.S. Dollar
  133. Halftime: Commodity Surge Starting To Drag Down Stocks?
  134. Greek Chorus of Bad News for the Euro
  135. Flurry of Worry About Greece Drives Euro Lower
  136. Option Trades on GM & U.S. Dollar
  137. A 'Soft' Restructuring for Greece?
  138. European Debt Crisis Strangles Recovery
  139. The Week Ahead
  140. Money In Motion, May 20, 2011
  141. Money Match Up: Greece & Commodities
  142. On the Money: Scandal & Currencies
  143. Buying Blind
  144. The Buck Stops Here
  145. Money In Motion Web Extra
  146. Mad Money, May 20, 2011
  147. Look Ahead: Currencies Could Sway Stocks in the Coming Week
  148. The Currency Trade Behind Greece's Woes
  149. Spain's Socialists Trounced Amid Economic Turmoil
  150. Euro Hits Record Low vs Swiss Franc
  151. Emerging Market Bond Fund Flows Signal Shift
  152. ECB Faces Hundreds of Billions of Balance Sheet Risks – Report
  153. Gold Near Two-Week Top on Euro Zone Debt Woes
  154. Could Italy Follow Greece Into Trouble?
  155. Short Sellers Set to Target LinkedIn
  156. Singapore Inflation Slows in April, In Line with Forecasts
  157. When Will China Liberalize the Yuan?
  158. CEO Calls for Marshall Plan for Greece
  159. Three Reasons to Worry About the Euro: Analyst
  160. Markets: The Week Ahead
  161. Euros Are Dropping, Dollar Is Flying
  162. Faber Report: Global Fixed Income Focus
  163. Busch: MIM Friday Trade Update
  164. The Problem With PIIGS
  165. Has the U.S. Dollar Hit Bottom?
  166. Greece to Create Sovereign Wealth Fund, Push Privatizations
  167. Spanish, Greek, Italian Bond Yields Spike On Concerns
  168. High Flying U.S. Dollar
  169. Should You Invest in Europe?
  170. Markets Trend Downward
  171. The Rising Dollar Trade
  172. Treasuries Higher on Euro Debt Fear
  173. Bears Close Markets Lower
  174. Acting IMF Chief Lipsky Won't Seek New Term
  175. NHL Franchises Moving to Canada?
  176. Stocks Choppy for Now, But Steep Correction Unlikely
  177. Greek Debt Pressures Euro
  178. Maria's Market Message
  179. Mad Money, May 23, 2011
  180. Japan's Trade Deficit Slumped to $8.5 Billion in April
  181. Stocks Likely to Feel Euro Blues All Over Again
  182. Gold at 2-Week High as Euro Debt Worries Linger
  183. Fitch Threatens Belgium With Credit Rating Cut
  184. Charting Asia | Euro/Dollar (Weekly)
  185. Vietnam May CPI Jumps to 19.8%, Highest Since December 2008
  186. Best Restructuring for Investors? Austerity
  187. Dollar Rallies as Euro Zone Debt Woes Persist
  188. Europe Stock Market Is 'Too Cheap,' Analysts Say
  189. Euro Debt, QE2's Market Impact
  190. Commodity Currencies Lifting, Pound Weighed Down
  191. Euro Gets Trashed
  192. Stocks Likely to Face a Bumpy Ride Into Summer
  193. Finding Growth in Lackluster Markets
  194. Turbulence, Then Clear Skies in Asia, Strategist Says
  195. Potential Greek Default Impact
  196. Commodities Tomorrow
  197. One-on-One with Thomas Hoenig
  198. Maria's Market Message
  199. Euro/Dollar Could Trend Towards $1.29: Charts**
  200. Wednesday Look Ahead: Stocks Could Trade Sluggish and Sideways
  201. Mad Money, May 24, 2011
  202. Gold Off 3-Week High on Euro Zone Debt
  203. Euro Off 2-Month Low But Greece Worries Weigh
  204. Greek Assets Could Go to 'Fund of Experts'
  205. Europe Should Not Control the IMF
  206. Do Markets Still Trust Rating Agencies' Decisions?
  207. US Spends Its Way to Chinese Solution
  208. Violence Cost World Economy $8.1 Trillion: Research
  209. China Must Lift Rates By Another 50 Basis Points: OECD
  210. Debt Woes Drag, and So Do Durable Goods
  211. Commodities Tomorrow
  212. Cut Military Spending, Sell US Gold: Rep. Ron Paul
  213. Mad Money, May 25, 2011
  214. Euro Down on Greece Jitters, Faces Test on Charts
  215. Gold Ticks Up on Euro Debt Jitters
  216. Saudi Arabia's Growth Draws Investment
  217. Doha Round at Risk of Collapse, Report Warns
  218. UK's Cable Sees New Economic Bomb Going Off: Report
  219. Greek Debt Restructuring "Unavoidable", Pro Says
  220. Euro Lifts, Kiwis Fly
  221. Property Values to Rise in Eastern Europe: Investor
  222. Why the Dollar's Blue Period May Be Ending
  223. Options See Germany Weathering Euro Woes
  224. Commodities Tomorrow
  225. Some Economists Expect Recovery Later This Year
  226. Maria's Market Message
  227. Envoy-to-Be Locke Aims to Rebalance US-China Trade
  228. Japan Core CPI Rises for the First Time in Over 2 Years
  229. Mad Money, May 26, 2011
  230. Euro Rises, Dollar Hobbled by US Yield Drop
  231. Gold Rises on Greece Debt Fears, Silver Bounces
  232. Commentary: The Nature of Investors Has Changed
  233. Forget Greece, China Key for Euro
  234. Trading Block: Dollar & Commodity Outlook
  235. Swiss Franc Soars, Yen Sags
  236. G8 Latest on Global Economic Policy
  237. Rare Earth & Currency Trades
  238. Bond Market Action Today
  239. Shanghai Composite Down 7% in May
  240. How to Trade the Other Sovereign Debt Mess
  241. Buying Blind
  242. The Buck Stops Here
  243. The Week Ahead
  244. Money In Motion, May 27, 2011
  245. Money Match Up
  246. On the Money & the Hurricane Trade
  247. Money In Motion Web Extra
  248. Week Ahead: A June Swoon for Markets?
  249. Mad Money, May 27, 2011
  250. Riding the South Pacific Currency Charts