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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Oil prices reached $ 103

Tuesday, March 22, 2011
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Crude oil prices in international markets, the coalition forces and air strikes against Libya, the riots in the Middle East region because of increasing concerns about oil supplies worth up to $ 2 earned.

U.S. crude oil price per barrel of $ 1.81 for the month of April by winning the delivery was $ 102.88.

U.S. crude oil price per barrel last week on Friday closed at $ 101.07.

London Brent crude oil price per barrel of $ 1.80 in May, rising at turn-out to $ 115.73.

U.S. crude oil price per barrel sometime during the day transactions for $ 113, the London price of Brent crude oil surpassed 116 dollars.

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's worth of oil prices in winning a long war would be''and''Description of the east will continue to attack rebel-held city of Benghazi is effective.

Last month, the events in Libya, the country's daily oil production of 1.6 million barrels a blow struck.

Investors, Libya and Libya's oil production is international intervention prolonged than anticipated for a long time-performance of the market are concerned.

Capital Economics report, it can be delivered to Tripoli administration granted in sign, indicating the market for a long time to grant''in Libya's oil, oil prices may push the levels of $ 140 in 2008 as''the statement said.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Telekom Sektöründe Dev Birleşme!

Monday, March 21, 2011
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The telecommunications sector is a giant merger scene.

U.S. telecommunications group AT & T, Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile USA's 39 billion U.S. mobile phone market by buying dollars in exchange for being prepared to create a new leader said.

However, the high cost of the deal, fearing yansıyabileceği customer bills, is expected to be subject to strict anti-trust oversight.

Agreement on the grounds that the U.S. is often criticized for poor performance of the network's second largest mobile phone service provider AT & T to meet the increasing demand for image and data transmission to obtain additional capacity will allow.

Under the Treaty, the German telecoms operator Deutsche Telekom, the opportunity to pay their debts as , 8 percent of AT & T shareholders may also place and partly to protect the American market.

So far this year is expected to be the biggest decision of merger agreement, American anti-trust investigation is expected to close by the authorities.

T-Mobile USA is still the lowest among the service providers who charge a fee.

In the meantime, after the agreement, AT & T'inin than 96 million customers to add 34 million subscribers said.

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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Air Traffic slow

Saturday, March 19, 2011
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IATA'dan in a statement, China, Taiwan and South Korea, Japan, the markets most affected by the decline in air traffic, airline revenues in these countries due to one fifth of Japan said.

Thailand, the United States, Hong Kong and Singupur'un markets in second place is an expression that will be affected by the IATA, Europe, France, Germany and the UK reminded me that the links with Japan Airlines.

Chairman of the IATA, Giovanni Bisignani, said in a statement, a $ 62.5 billion market worldwide aviation air traffic in Japan, 6.5 percent percent, while revenues accounted for 10 percent said that.

Japan's air traffic will slow down for a short term denoting Bisignani, as long as happened in the second half of the aviation sector, the status of recovery heal the effects of restructuring said.

IATA warned that Japan may increase the price of jet fuel due to damage to refineries were also found. Japan, the global jet fuel; 4 produces a 3-percent.

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China Raises Reserve Rates

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China raises banks' reserve requirement ratio by 0.5 percent.

Decision, debt reduction, and is aimed at controlling inflation.

Bank of China last year, required reserve ratios 6 times this year, only 3 times increased.

Economic gains to the wear of inflation in China, is the main concern.

Country, prices rose 4.9 percent in February.

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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Dow Jones, declined to 11,802 RapidPoints

Thursday, March 17, 2011
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The opening of the New York Exchange, the Dow Jones Industrial Index 0.4 percent yesterday, according to (53 points) dropped points decreased by 11,802.

On startup, the Standard & Poor's 500 Index by 0.4 percent (5 points), the value lost1,277 points, the Nasdaq Technology Index is 0.5 per cent (12 points) was decreased by 2,655 points.

Stock market decline, the negative data for the U.S. economy is stated to be effective.

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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Bahrain's Credit Rating Drops Two-Stage

Wednesday, March 16, 2011
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International credit rating agency Fitch, Bahrain's "A-" long-term credit rating of more than two steps by downloading the "BBB" attracted to the appearance of the"negative" as a set.

Foundation to the statement made by the decision, the anti-governmentdemonstrations in the country and demonstrators in the military troops in Saudi Arabiato intervene in the recent entry into the country to reflect the increasing political risksare emphasized.

Fitch, insufficient treatment situation of chaos in the country to lower the credit ratingand warned again in three months.

"BBB" credit rating level, shows that the country still has the capacity to pay debts.

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Libya's Petrol Exports Stall Point

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Paris-based agency's latest oil market report, Libya is the point of stopping oil exports, said the former level may take many months to come.

Libya has Africa's largest proven reserves, approximately 1.6 million barrels of oil a day produced before the confusion. Exports to Europe were held the majority.

Libya's oil production is disrupted after breakdown Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), many members, particularly Saudi Arabia increased oil production.

The report of unrest in North Africa, kidnapped foreign workers and international companies to stop operations in the region due to decreased production rather were expressed.

On the other hand, Libya, Tobruk, except that the control of the oil export terminals in the management of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said.

President Mohammad Abu Sitteh Libyan Oil Workers Union, said "All the oil export terminals under control, except for Tobruk," he said.

According to witnesses, an oil terminal in clashes between rebels and forces the pro-Brega'da Gaddafi still in progress.

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