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Bank of America- Neubeginn Fakten-Thread

eröffnet am 10.03.09 10:10:16 von
frankinvestor

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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 10:10:16
Beitrag Nr. 1 (36.734.640)
Bitte nur NEWS, ANALYSEN, RATINGS, FAKTEN einstellen !!!
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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 10:16:24
Beitrag Nr. 2 (36.734.692)
BofA urged to disclose Merrill Lynch bonuses

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/03/10/…
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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 10:22:06
Beitrag Nr. 3 (36.734.728)
Wichtige Links f. alle NEUINVESTIERTEN:



Bank Of America Corp: Insider Trading and Stock Options

http://www.secform4.com/insider-trading/70858.htm


Real Time Stock Quotes: Bank of America Corporation (BAC)

http://www.nasdaq.com/aspx/nasdaqlastsale.aspx?symbol=BAC&sy…

ARCA-BOOK-RT

http://datasvr.tradearca.com/arcadataserver/ArcaBookData.php…
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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 10:31:10
Beitrag Nr. 4 (36.734.813)
Some Central Bankers See Turning Point !!!

By JOELLEN PERRY in Frankfurt and NATASHA BRERETON and CHRISTOPHER EMSDEN in Basel, Switzerland

The head of the European Central Bank and some other central bankers said the world's economy is still slowing but suggested a turning point could be near as massive fiscal-stimulus packages, low interest rates and cheaper energy prices bolster prospects for growth.

"We're approaching a moment where we might have a pickup," said European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet in his most optimistic assessment to date of tentative signs of stabilization in some markets. He cited a modest rebound in corporate-bond markets as one positive sign. He spoke to reporters on behalf of participants in a meeting of central bankers from the world's leading economies at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland.
[Trichet, Jean-Claude]

Jean-Claude Trichet

Mr. Trichet also suggested that investors, who last week drove major U.S. stock indexes to 12-year lows, are underestimating the significance of government efforts. Policy makers world-wide have made "a very, very strong commitment ... not to let any systemic institution go under," Mr. Trichet said. This "may not be fully priced in by the market."

The Trichet view isn't shared uniformly among central bankers. Federal Reserve officials have been struck in recent weeks by the sharp deterioration in stock prices.

Falling stock prices make it harder for banks to raise private capital. Moreover, some credit-market conditions, which had shown signs of improvement earlier this year, have worsened a bit amid a stream of dour economic data.

Economic policy makers from around the world are jockeying for position ahead of a gathering of finance ministers and central bankers from the Group of 20 nations this weekend in preparation for a summit of G-20 leaders on April 2. The U.S. is pressing for more aggressive government spending to lift the global economy; others seek to use the meetings to restructure global financial regulation.

People's Bank of China Vice Gov. Yi Gang said Monday the fiscal-stimulus measures announced by China so far are appropriate and already seem to be working. "At this point, I think the current package of the fiscal stimulus is sound, and it seems already effective," Mr. Yi told reporters in Switzerland. "So at this point, I think the current stimulus package is fine."

A bit of positive news underscored central bankers' optimism Monday. Interest rates on euro-zone household and corporate loans fell markedly in January, ECB figures showed. Rates on business loans of €1 million ($1.3 million) or less for up to a year fell to 4.73% from 5.38%, while the average interest rate on a popular type of mortgage slipped to 4.39% from 5.09%. The ECB has cut its key rate to 1.5%, from 4.25% in July. Policy makers will welcome further evidence that their cuts are feeding through to the real economy.

Central banks world-wide, including the U.S. Federal Reserve, have taken rates closer to zero and launched a bevy of lending programs aimed at boosting growth. The Bank of England last week lowered its policy rate to 0.5% and launched a £75 billion ($105.54 billion) program to unclog credit markets by buying assets directly.

But markets remain tense. A barometer of financial-sector health -- the London interbank offered rate -- rose for the 10th consecutive day Monday. The three-month dollar Libor, a benchmark for the rates at which banks lend to one another, has fallen markedly since its peak at 4.8187% in October. But amid continuing money-market tension, the rate rose to 1.3125% Monday from Friday's 1.2925%.
—Jon Hilsenrath in Washington contributed to this article.

Write to Joellen Perry at joellen.perry@wsj.com, Natasha Brereton at
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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 10:35:49
Beitrag Nr. 5 (36.734.856)
Wichtige Termine in dieser Woche:
Mittwoch :

• 11:00 - ! EU Zahlungsbilanz 4. Quartal
• 12:00 - ! DE Auftragseingang Industrie Januar
• 12:00 - US MBA Hypothekenanträge (Woche)
• 13:00 - CH SNB Ergebnis Eidgenössische Anleihe
• 14:30 - CA Hauspreisindex Januar
• 15:00 - US Dienstleistungsbericht 4. Quartal
• 15:30 - US EIA Ölmarktbericht (Woche)
• 18:00 - US Auktion 10-jähriger Notes
• 19:00 US Staatshaushalt Februar


Donnerstag:

• 11:00 - ! EU Industrieproduktion Januar
• 12:00 - ! DE Produktion prod. Gewerbe Januar
• 13:00 - SE Riksbank Treffen Exekutivausschuss
• 13:30 US Einzelhandelsumsatz Februar
• 13:30 - ! US Erstanträge Arbeitslosenhilfe (Woche)
• 14:00 - CH SNB Geldpolitische Lagebeurteilung
• 15:00 - ! US Lagerbestände Januar
• 15:30 - ! US EIA Erdgasbericht (Woche)
• 16:00 - US Ankündigung 3- u. 6-monatiger Bills
• 18:00 - US Auktion 30-jähriger T-Bonds
• 21:30 - US Wochenausweis Geldmenge

Freitag :

• 07:00 - JP Verbrauchervertrauen Februar
• 08:00 - ! EU ACEA Kfz-Neuzulassungen Februar
• 08:00 - ! DE Großhandelspreise Februar
• 08:00 - DE Konsumausgaben privater Haushalte
• 08:00 - ! DE Umsatz verarb. Gewerbe Januar
• 11:00 - ! EU Arbeitskostenindex 4. Quartal
• 11:00 - ! EU Einzelhandel Januar
• 13:30 - CA Arbeitsmarktdaten Februar
• 13:30 - ! US Ausfuhrpreise Februar
• 13:30 - ! US Einfuhrpreise Februar
• 13:30 - CA Handelsbilanz Januar
• 13:30 US Handelsbilanz Januar
• 14:55 - ! US Verbraucherstimmung Uni Michigan März
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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 10:42:13
Beitrag Nr. 6 (36.734.903)
Kl. Info zum ARCA-BOOK...
ihr müßt um RT-Kurse abzufragen, im Broser (Beispiel-MOZILLA)
auf den BUTTON (AKTUELLE SEITE NEU LADEN) gehen !!!

Dann habt ihr RT-KURSE LINKE SEITE: BID- RECHTE SEITE: ASK !!!

Viel Glück bei d. Invest. !!!
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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 10:53:53
Beitrag Nr. 7 (36.734.999)
Gibt eine kl. Übersicht (Übernahme BAC/ Merrill Lynch) !!!

Dazu eine Analyse mit Erik Hotz, Baaderbank
Beide US-Banken tief in den roten Zahlen. Die Citigroup bilanzierte für 2008 ein Minus von 18,7 Mrd USD. Die Bank of America erwirtschaftete einen Verlust von 2,4 Mrd USD. Die BoA bekommt unterdessen eine erneute Finanzspritze in Höhe von 20 Mrd USD.


http://www2.anleger-fernsehen.de/daf_vod_aktie.html?id=40104…
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kosto1929
schrieb am 10.03.09 11:05:27
Beitrag Nr. 8 (36.735.107)
#1

Mich interessiert mal deine Meinung. Warum sollte ein Neubeginn möglich sein?

Viele Grüße

:)
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frankinvestor
schrieb am 10.03.09 11:13:10
Beitrag Nr. 9 (36.735.174)
Bodenbildung ist da, Abschreibungen größtenteils vorgenommen, viele Faktoren sprechen f. einen STEIGENDEN-KURS...OHNE ZOCKER !!!

Außerdem nicht zu vergessen... die Synergien (Übernahme Merrill Lynch) !!!


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katze05
schrieb am 10.03.09 11:14:41
Beitrag Nr. 10 (36.735.192)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 36.734.999 von frankinvestor am 10.03.09 10:53:53die Meldungen sind doch schon alt. auch der link den du eingestellt hast sind vom Januar09. wir haben bereits schon märz. heute kam übrigens die meldung das citigroup in dem ersten quartal 09 profit erwirtschaftet hat.