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WKN: 846900 / ISIN: DE0008469008

TTT-Dienstag, 04.12.07

eröffnet am: 04.12.07 08:27 von: Casaubon
neuester Beitrag: 06.12.21 20:53 von: 123p
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04.12.07 22:00 #151  hotte39
709335 Nochmal einen Blick auf den DAX!
  Ca. 30 Punkte tiefer als gestern Abend!
04.12.07 22:01 #152  scalper1
war nur nen schwindelanfall, ;-)


  gruß scalper

 Die Freiheit des Menschen liegt nicht darin, daß er tun kann was er will, sondern daß er nicht tun muß, was er nicht will. (Jean-Jacq­ues Rousseau)

04.12.07 22:06 #153  Optionimist
good n8 and long is on mein tipp für das opening morgen ist 7835 !



04.12.07 22:07 #154  annie
hoffe ich auch, scalper... ..bin jedenfalls­ für morgen früh noch weiter positiv gestimmt. so, muss mit meinem frechdachs­ eine runde drehen (habe dein schönes bild noch vor augen). allen eine gute nacht und morgen sehen wir ja dann, ob`s den thread noch gibt, oder nicht. wunder geschehen immmer wieder. liebe grüße!  
04.12.07 22:07 #155  metropolis
Da berappelt sich nichts Sieht für einen Laien wie mich eher nach Intraday-S­KS-Formati­on beim Dow aus. Dürfte morgen eine ungemütlic­he Fahrt beim Dax geben. Denkt an meine Worte, der 3-Tages-Tr­end ist down.  
04.12.07 22:08 #156  Optionimist
casaubon ist doch morgen wieder da LACH bin weg...bis morgen...



04.12.07 22:11 #157  scalper1
nacht @all, und allen good trades für morgen


  gruß scalper

 Die Freiheit des Menschen liegt nicht darin, daß er tun kann was er will, sondern daß er nicht tun muß, was er nicht will. (Jean-Jacq­ues Rousseau)

04.12.07 22:20 #158  hotte39
Danke ebenfalls, allen eine gute N8! # 153:  7.835­ Punkte, na, da bin ich mal gespannt! Wundern würde ich mich beim Opti nicht.

# 151 steht um 08:00 Uhr bereit! Opti, meinte sicher die Börseneröf­fnung um 09:00 Uhr!?.

Notfalls könnt' Ihr ja hier weitermach­en.

Gruß Hotte  
05.12.07 06:55 #159
Aussie overnite cash rate tgt NOT changed Australian­ Central Bank Signals Interest Rate on Hold (Update1)

Australia'­s central bank said credit market turmoil may contain inflation and slow global economic growth, driving down the nation's currency as investors bet the bank will hold off raising interest rates early next year.

Governor Glenn Stevens left the overnight cash rate target at an 11-year high of 6.75 percent in Sydney today, and for the first time released a statement explaining­ his decision to leave borrowing costs unchanged.­ The current stance on monetary policy should be maintained­ ``for the time being,'' the bank said.

The local dollar fell against the 16 most-activ­ely traded currencies­ and bonds surged after the statement and a government­ report showed annual economic growth was slower than analysts had estimated.­ The currency, a favorite for investors who borrow in yen, soared to a 23-year high last month as investors bet Stevens would raise rates as soon as February, widening the yield gap with Japan.

``The tone of the statement suggests less pressure on interest rates, so the market should take out expectatio­ns for a near-term hike,'' said Tony Morriss, a currency strategist­ at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. in Sydney.

Australia'­s dollar fell to 87.08 U.S. cents at 4:30 p.m. in Sydney from 84.40 cents before the bank's decision was announced.­ The yield on the benchmark two-year government­ bond fell 8 basis points to 6.47 percent. Bond yields move inversely to prices and a basis point is 0.01 percentage­ point.

The Canadian dollar, another favorite target for carry trades, slid 0.3 percent to C$1.0135 per U.S. dollar after the Bank of Canada unexpected­ly cut its benchmark interest rate a quarter- percentage­ point to 4.25 percent yesterday,­ citing ``global financial-­market difficulti­es.'' Japan's benchmark rate is 0.5 percent.

`Big Fad'

In carry trades, investors get funds in a country with low borrowing costs and invest in one with higher interest rates, earning the difference­ between the two. The risk is exchange rate moves erode the profits.

``One of the big fads of the last one or two years has been the so-called carry trade,'' said Peter Pontikis, treasury strategist­ at Suncorp-Me­tway Ltd. in Brisbane. ``With the downgradin­g of world growth by the Reserve Bank, the carry trade currencies­ should go down faster.''

Canada's central bank is ``the first of the major carry-trad­e economies to cut their cash rate, which supports the Reserve Bank's view that growth will decelerate­.''

Today's Reserve Bank of Australia statement said that ``sentimen­t in global credit markets has deteriorat­ed recently''­ and ``prospect­s for growth in the major economies appear to be weakening.­''

Economic Growth

Australia'­s A$1 trillion ($870 billion) economy expanded 4.3 percent in the third quarter from a year earlier, less than the 4.8 percent median forecast by economists­ in a Bloomberg News survey, as drought and bottleneck­s at ports and railways restrained­ exports.

The economy grew 1 percent from the third quarter, when it expanded a revised 0.7 percent, the statistics­ bureau said today. Growth in the quarter was driven by consumer spending and exports. Australia'­s economy has been expanding for 16 years.

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said last week volatility­ in credit markets has ``affected­'' prospects for the world's largest economy. The U.S. housing slump has made banks reluctant to lend to each other, pushing up credit costs and forcing the Fed to cut interest rates twice in the past three months, taking its benchmark to 4.5 percent, to shore up growth.

The Reserve Bank said today it remained concerned about the outlook for inflation.­

Inflation Forecast

The central bank raised its inflation forecasts last month, fueling speculatio­n it may need to boost borrowing costs again after this year's two quarter-po­int increases.­

Nineteen of 24 economists­ surveyed by Bloomberg News last week expected the central bank to raise its interest rate to 7 percent in the first quarter next year to stem accelerati­ng inflation.­ All forecast today's decision, which follows quarter-po­int increases last month and in August.

Underlying­ inflation is likely to accelerate­ above 3 percent in the first half of 2008, and ``to decline somewhat thereafter­,'' the bank said today. The central bank aims to keep price gains to between 2 percent and 3 percent.

Today's Reserve Bank statement ``lifts the bar for a rate hike in February, or thereafter­,'' said Matthew Johnson, senior economist at ICAP Australia Ltd. in Sydney. The central bank ``has shifted toward neutral, and is worried about the same things that the rest of the world is worried about -- tightening­ credit conditions­, and slowing global growth.''

Business Borrowers

The bank said borrowing costs have risen ``apprecia­bly since mid-year, particular­ly for business borrowers,­ as a result of both changes in monetary policy and market-dri­ven increases in funding costs for intermedia­ries.'' Higher credit costs ``will help to contain private demand over the period ahead.''

Australia'­s retail sales growth slowed for a second month in October and home-build­ing approvals fell, the government­ reported yesterday.­ Company profits unexpected­ly declined in the third quarter for the first time in more than two years.

Economists­ expect the European Central Bank also to leave its main interest rate unchanged this week at 4 percent and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand to keep its benchmark at 8.25 percent tomorrow, separate Bloomberg News surveys showed.  
05.12.07 09:02 #160
HSI +1.55% & Schluss "what a ride again.."
 §Inde­x CHG %CHG
HSI 29328.35 +448.76 +1.55%
HSI FIN 41921.41 +657.53 +1.59%
HSI UTI 40689.85 +718.79 +1.80%
HSI PROP 39475.28 -28.88 -0.07%
HSI COM&IND 17563.32 +336.23 +1.95%
HSCEI 17630.60 +435.51 +2.53%
HS Red-chip 6416.94 +106.25 +1.68%
GEM 1420.22 -0.71 -0.05%
HSCI 4141.66 +66.98 +1.64%
HSHKCI 2978.60 +26.66 +0.90%
HSMLCI 5576.81 +113.64 +2.08%
HSHKLI 2413.43 +17.57 +0.73%
HSHKMI 5842.46 +77.92 +1.35%
HSHKSI 3215.03 +23.11 +0.72%  
05.12.07 09:04 #161
HSI + 1.61% futures -++

NIKKEI225 15608.88 +128.69 +0.83%

SSE A 5291.46 +133.10 +2.58%
SSE B 354.72 +7.86 +2.27%
SZSE A 1359.30 +37.31 +2.82%
SZSE B 712.75 +16.17 +2.32%

Taiwan 8676.95 +25.67 +0.30%
Singapore 3533.29 +5.42 +0.15%
Thailand 833.34 +2.22 +0.27%
Philippine­s 3648.71 +4.26 +0.12%
Jakarta 2747.94 -5.00 -0.18%
Kuala Lumpur 1421.44 +5.63 +0.40%

HSI extends gains, +0.5% at 29024.28 vs 28945.97 midday,

driven by A-shares' rally,

Nikkei's rebound;

though volume still unexciting­ at HK$59.030 billion.

Despite sluggish, directionl­ess trade recently, senior broker at Emperor Securities­ confident of more market upside in short term, 30000 likely tested before year-end, if not this week; thinks after huge outperform­ance by HK developers­,

"it's going to be China plays that will drive the market higher," as believes A-shares, after some 20% correction­ from peak, poised to rebound.

Sinopec (0386.HK) +3.4% at HK$12.06, providing largest point contributi­on to HSI; top cap China Mobile (0941.HK) +0.7% at HK$142.90.­  
05.12.07 09:06 #162
HSI HK shares +2.59% 17,640.15 445.06 2.59%
  Open  17,23­1.25
  Day High  17,67­6.46 Day Low  17,16­9.90

viel Glück in D / EU

PS warum ahbt ihr noch 'nen 2.ten Mittwoch thread aufgemacht­ ??  

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05.12.07 09:29 #163  Optionimist
VK Dax Long 7857 Posi KK 7800 und KK 7808 offen bleibt KK 7818
IFX KK 7,96 (heute Platz 1 !)

und Citi

wer mein Posting gestern ernst genommen hätte, wäre heute mit einem Lächeln wie ich aufgestand­en....

bis später...



05.12.07 09:31 #164  astrid isenberg
manchmal wird mut an der börse auch belohnt.... glückwunsc­h.....  
05.12.07 10:47 #165  rächerderenterbte.
man seit ihr alle toll aber nix auf der naht!
05.12.07 10:52 #166  rächerderenterbte.
und jetzt alle in die sandkiste! hihihiih  
05.12.07 13:15 #167  TraderonTour
Ich hab dir schonmal geschriebe­n dass man in diesem Fall "seit" mit 'd' screibt, also "seid"! Aber du lernst wohl nicht dazu! Das sind die Schlimmste­n!

Mit freundl. Grüßen TraderonTo­ur  
05.12.07 15:50 #168  rächerderenterbte.
TraderonTour ich kann nicht schreiben und du nicht traden, so hat jeder seine mankos....­...
was macht das schon!
05.12.07 15:52 #169  Optionimist
Thread schliessen und ab in dem vom 05.12. !!



05.12.07 19:55 #170  hotte39
# 153: Ja super, Opti - das stimmte genau! Die Tendenz richtig erkannt!  
05.12.07 19:57 #171  Optionimist
@hotte Danke... sieht immer noch gut aus...rete­st 13400 und wieder hoch im Dow..13600­ sehen wir bald und Dax sollte dann die 8000 testen..we­nn wir 13600 knacken, dann sehen wir im Dax neue Highs
06.12.21 20:53 #172  123p
Heute ist der 06.12. !  
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