Message level, the German first release of the signal, indicating it may accept the European financial aid Greece. A senior government official in Germany, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Greece would only agree to provide financial aid, as if the State can not in the capital market to raise funds last resort. Sources said Merkel also said Germany only agreed to a kind of assistance that the forthcoming bilateral aid and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) assistance to set up. The week's EU summit will not make a decision on assistance to Greece.
The San Francisco Federal Reserve president Janet Yellen said that economic growth is likely to remain moderate, inflation pressure, which made the U.S. Federal Reserve to keep interest rates within a period of time at a record low of yuan. Yellen said the job market despite signs of stabilizing, but the unemployment rate is likely in the next few years to maintain at a high level. A firm footing with the economic recovery, the Fed raised short-term interest rates, the time will be ripe. To this end, the Fed may raise bank reserve ratio in order to stimulate other short-term interest rates to rise. Yellen also said the Fed's loose monetary policy are appropriate, but when the appropriate situation, she would support raising interest rates.
United States President Barack Obama to sign a comprehensive health care reform bill into law, putting an end to this historic motion, its up to one year, and often obstruct the passage of a malicious process, which will become the most important since Obama became president performance.
Information, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) announced that the U.S. February existing home sales fell by 0.6% annual rate of 5.02 million, estimated at 5 million, in January it will still be a revised annual rate of 5.05 million. U.S. February existing home sales fell for three consecutive months, the market supply of unsold homes surged, indicating the housing market is still trying to solid footing. However, sales fell less than expected, so that markets have been relieved. The U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced that monthly house prices in January fell 0.6 percent, the annual decline of 3.3%.
The stock market, technology stocks, industrial stocks and materials stocks led the gains, promoting the U.S. stock market Tuesday hit its highest close for 18 months. Among them, the Dow Jones industrial average rose 102.94 points, or 0.95%, to 10,888.83 points.
Bond market, U.S. bond prices fall. Prior-year bond auction results and some disappointing rise in the stock market weakened bonds safe-haven appeal, while the information in February existing home sales fell less than expected, but also a drag on longer-term bond prices lower. But the decline was limited due to concerns about the debt problems of the Greek to reproduce. Among them, the U.S. benchmark 10-year Treasury note rose to 3.69%; year note's yield was unchanged at 0.99%.
Commodity markets, NYMEX crude oil futures to provide strong support for U.S. stocks, but gains were limited by a stronger dollar. NYMEX-5 crude futures settlement price closed up 0.31 U.S. dollars, or 0.38%, to 81.91 U.S. dollars a barrel. Previously published information on the U.S. housing market led investors optimism about the economy, and pushed to help risk appetite, COMEX-4-month settlement price of gold closed up 4.20 U.S. dollars to close at 1,103.70 U.S. dollars an ounce.
The foreign exchange market, as investors worried that the euro zone policy-makers does not seem to be held later in the week to a summit in Greece to provide rescue, hedging the foreign exchange market sentiment remains the same, the dollar index rose to 80.974. Where
The euro against the dollar: down 0.4%, to 1.3500 U.S. dollars, after earlier as low as 1.3477 U.S. dollars. The short term, the euro will test the support of 1.345, which is the euro rose to 1.5141 from 1.2457 waves up to 61.8% retracement. Should it fail, the euro's decline in the new space will be open.
U.S. dollar against Japanese yen: a few remained unchanged, reported ¥ 90.46. The current situation, 200-day moving average will be the U.S. dollar against the yen CBBC boundaries. In the short term, the yen is still expected to challenge the 200-day moving average of the exchange rate of repression, but the effective breakthrough is unlikely. Below the previous low of 88.50 and the U.S. dollar against the yen exchange rate is below the important support.
Pound against the dollar: down 0.3%, to 1.5001 U.S. dollars. Sterling is currently no touching the bottom of the sign of a period of time probably will remain weak. In the Japanese charts, the pound is still in a downward spiral within the 1.3657-1.7030 rise is currently subject to 61.8% of the return wave stalls bracing (1.4945), once the bit below that point, the exchange rate will be 1.46 ahead.
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