Bono Italiano de 10 Años por Encima del 7%

noviembre 9, 2011 § Deja un comentario

La noticia del día de hoy que al parecer puso a pensar a los inversionistas americanos (vía Bloomberg):

Trading Italy Comes With Financial Penalty as Bond Yields Surge Above 7%

Europe’s biggest clearinghouse said that customers must put down bigger deposits to trade Italian bonds as concern rises the government will struggle to reduce the world’s third-largest debt burden. The margin needed for Italian bonds due in seven to 10 years will be raised to 11.65 percent, LCH Clearnet said in a document on its website dated yesterday. That compares with a charge of 6.65 percent announced on Oct. 7. The added costs will be applied at the close of trading today for all bonds, with the amount based on maturity. The deposit for French bonds due in seven to 10 years is 4.60 percent, according to the document.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-11-09/lch-clearnet-boosts-deposit-required-for-trading-italian-government-bonds.html

Y para poner las cosas peores (vía Reuters):

Exclusive: French, Germans explore idea of core euro zone

(Reuters) – German and French officials have discussed plans for a radical overhaul of the European Union that would involve establishing a more integrated and potentially smaller euro zone, EU sources say.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/09/us-eurozone-future-sarkozy-idUSTRE7A85VV20111109

En lo personal sigo pensando que aun y con todo:

Principales Instituciones Financieras/Window dressing + QE3 + Ignorancia = Mercados positivos para finales del año.

Eventualmente los mercados y los inversionistas se tendrán que percatar de la situación real del sistema financiero y la economía.

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