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On the -- Morning everyone taking a look at the markets this morning in Asia they ended the day with gains after the Bank of Japan added -- stimulus.
-- -- -- indicating sergeant is on the -- with us from Singapore now to give us some hard because on that hi -- I -- and that was certainly good news for Asian market the Bank of Japan saying that it going to increase its asset purchasing founded by about ten trillion yen.
That's gonna help with the impact of the strong yen and that is that he -- has -- effect right away it -- the -- 'til one month low it also helped the Nikkei had.
Right up to a four month high it was up about one point 2%.
Today also daily thoughts on the company's this year it -- yesterday the wake of the anti presses China.
Rebounding today China I was starting to crack down on further protests which have been going on for a few days.
-- -- regain three point 7% after retailing.
Which runs the unit quote clothing stores without a 3.3 percent.
Bill without a cost in South Korea adding a few points although it didn't get quite the thing about those indicated it was up about 2% for the percent.
Banking shares are among the leaders there and in Hong Kong with the -- thing was up by one point 2% that we also thought the gain in Shanghai the composite index was up.
Point 4% of that was he has -- that it has closed on the plus side this -- -- -- that's -- sergeant live from Singapore thanks Katie.
Let's take a look at the rest of the markets now like in -- here in the US we are seeing green arrows Dow futures are up by 22 the S and he's up by about two.
The NASDAQ up by about six.
In Europe stocks got an initial boost -- -- that BOJ move but they are off their best levels as concerns about Spain.
Are starting to take over London still up by about four -- same goes for Frankfurt -- Paris is now down by four.
But getting earnings -- from General Mills now the food companies reporting adjusted profit of 66 cents a share beating expectations for 62 cents.
Revenue of four point 05 billion dollars in missed expectations.
For four point 08 billion.
-- to get married and from AutoZone the auto parts retailers reporting a profit of eight dollars 46 cents.
Beating that estimate for eight dollars 41 cent revenue came in dead on at two point eight billion dollars.
And now let's take a closer look at what is moving European markets -- -- Ingram market analysts at BDC partners in London.
-- -- some speculation that the European Central Bank.
May be considering publishing a record of its governing council -- -- meeting that I what are the chances.
Of this actually happening -- and how do you think it would help or hurt the -- maybe do something similar to what the Fed does here.
Well things that I heard that this this morning but I -- in this respect to withhold my publishing enough to thirteen years.
Against the Fed which cut -- up to three weeks.
So if if that really is the case I didn't think it really does much the case of transparency.
But you know it's good that the debate is at least therein into the ECB because sometimes you -- you wonder what actually happens you know at the central banks.
As you know what's behind the decision making so -- left.
It's a step in the right direction but tiny.
And you're absolutely right according and that report it was thirty years there are now but they've made clear the governing council could change that so maybe we could see that timeline -- a little bit that thirty years that lead in the bin Laden.
-- -- The -- in thirty years time and asked me if it's been thirty years I asked if I was right about the video on and other Greek government is reportedly planning to sell some diplomatic buildings up across Europe as a part of its.
Part of its drive to raise funds there what do you make of that plan.
So I -- you're cutting out a little bit Thabet I think that -- the issue that Greece has only rule is the is the political cohesion to make any kind of cuts -- privatization program told him and I think actually -- given.
Greece until somebody actually to put this package together I think -- -- think -- a very well real risk they walk away from it.
And you -- -- evidence -- number of eleven and a half billion.
Euros of and I'm hearing it might be you know fighting -- opinion short.
And quickly my two cents and a question then that you didn't hear me ask they are reportedly looking into selling some government buildings -- I'm wondering what you make of that plan.
Side are you really cussing at the Arab must apologize.
That's OK well we'll leave it at that thanks so much for being on -- attacking it.
Now from or take -- back.
Here's a look at commodities now oil and gold -- makes at the moment grossing oil down by about sixty cents around 9495 dollars a barrel gold is up.
By five bucks at 1776.
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