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20.07.2011 Stocks Rise on Earnings as Treasuries, Dollar Weaken; Spanish Bonds Rally



Stocks rose for a second day as Apple Inc. (AAPL) led companies reporting improved results. The dollar fell on speculation the U.S. is close to a debt-ceiling compromise, while Spanish and Italian bonds rallied before a European Union summit.

The MSCI All-Country World Index climbed 0.6 percent at 9 a.m. in New York while futures on the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index added 0.5 percent. The Dollar Index declined 0.4 percent. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note jumped two basis points, while the Spanish 10-year yield dropped 13 basis points, falling for the second straight day. The cost of insuring European sovereign debt with credit-default swaps slid to the lowest level in almost a week. Oil advanced 1.1 percent.

Apple, the world’s second-biggest company by market value, said profit more than doubled last quarter. President Barack Obama endorsed a deficit-cutting proposal by a bipartisan group of senators. Intel Corp. (INTC) and American Express Co. are among S&P 500 companies reporting earnings today, while data may show existing home sales rose from a six-month low, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists.



“Speculation U.S. lawmakers may find a compromise on government spending in the next couple of days has a positive effect on the market,” said Thilo Mueller, who helps manage the equivalent of $173 million at MB Fund Advisory in Limburg, Germany. “We also got earnings showing the technology sector is growing solidly and the market has more room to the upside if we get more positive numbers. We’re also expecting to go one step further in finding a solution” to Europe’s debt crisis and stabilize the banking sector, Mueller said.



BHP, ARM Holdings

The Stoxx Europe 600 Index climbed 1.1 percent as more than seven shares advanced for every one that declined. Banks led gains, with Societe Generale SA, France’s second-biggest, and UniCredit SpA of Italy jumping more than 5.5 percent. BHP Billiton Ltd. (BHP) rose 2 percent as the world’s largest mining company reported increased iron-ore output. ARM Holdings Plc, which designs chips for Apple’s iPhone and iPad, rallied 3.5 percent.

The gain in S&P 500 futures indicated the benchmark gauge for U.S. equities will extend the biggest jump in four months. Apple rallied 6 percent in early New York trading. Data from the National Association of Realtors at 10 a.m. in Washington may show sales of previously owned U.S. homes rose in June from a six-month low, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists.

The MSCI Emerging Markets Index added 0.9 percent, extending yesterday’s 0.6 percent gain. Taiwan’s Taiex Index gained 2.1 percent, the most since September, driven by companies supplying Apple. Catcher Technology Co., a casing maker, jumped 4 percent, and Wintek Corp. (2384), which supplies touch sensors for the iPad, gained 4.8 percent. Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., which assembles iPhones, increased 4.6 percent. Simplo Technology Co., a maker of battery packs for Apple products including the iPad, advanced 6.9 percent.



Quelle: Bloomberg News


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