In CFD´s Trading Accounts, U.S. stocks fell for a third day after an increase in demand for a Treasury auction and an unexpected drop in consumer confidence indexes. This fall in Stocks is concerning investors about the strength of the economic recovery.
Nouriel Roubini said in his weekly journal that “Investors worldwide are borrowing dollars to buy assets including equities and commodities, fueling giant bubbles that may spark another financial crisis”. Roubini professor of macroeconomics at New York University and a potential Nobel Prize in Economics.
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The U.S. dollar may advance for a third day against the Euro after the European currency did not exceed a level above $1.50 that trading patterns predicted in TradeView pro trading platform. The U.S. greenback also rose yesterday against the Norwegian krone after rumors about a drop in stocks discouraged investors from buying higher-yielding currencies.
Canada’s dollar depreciated to the lowest level in almost three weeks as the head of the nation’s central bank reiterated concern the currency has grown too strong and crude oil and stocks tumbled.
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Copper futures fell the most in four weeks in CFD´s accounts on Thanksgiving; as we mentioned last Friday, Dubai’s announced a delay in debt repayments and it reduced investors appetite for assets perceived to carry “greater risk”.
The famous MSCI World Index fell to the lowest level in two weeks on speculation that Dubai’s proposal may trigger the biggest sovereign default since Argentina in 2001. The MSCI index is created by Morgan Stanley Inc and it’s composed by 1500 stocks from the main developed countries in the world.
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