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Sunday, April 14, 2013

China first quarter GDP growth eases to 7.7 percent year-on-year -4/14/13

Chinese Q1 GDP growth disappoints, rising 7.7% Y/Y vs. 8% expected, and slowing from 7.9% in Q4. March industrial production misses expectations of 10% growth, rising just 8.9%. Retail sales, however, beats forecasts, rising 12.6% vs. 12.3% expected. Asia's taking a bit of a tumble, Shanghai -0.6%, and the Hang Seng -1.6%. The aussie (FXA) slides 0.6% to $1.0463

China's economic recovery unexpectedly stumbled in the first three months of 2013 as the annual rate of growth eased back to 7.7 percent from the 7.9 percent pace set in the final quarter of last year, official data showed on Monday.

The figures, announced by the National Bureau of Statistics, were weaker than market expectations in the consensus Reuters poll of a 8.0 percent expansion.

Many investors had been primed for an upside surprise versus the consensus after a Q1 surge in liquidity in the economy and an uptick in export growth nurtured a belief that a policy-induced recovery that had snapped seven straight quarters of weakening expansion in Q4 would accelerate again.

China's full-year annual growth of 7.8 percent in 2012 was the weakest since 1999.

Other data released alongside GDP showed industrial output grew 8.9 percent in March from a year ago, versus expectations of 10.0 percent showed in the Reuters poll.

Retail sales in March rose 12.6 percent on a year ago versus an estimated 12.5 percent in the Reuters poll.

Fixed-asset investment grew 20.9 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier, versus an expected 21.3 percent. The government only publishes cumulative investment data.

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Asian shares fall on weak U.S. sales and await China data - 4/14/13

 Asian shares fell on Monday after global equities and commodities slumped late last week on weak U.S. growth and rekindled worries in the euro zone, turning investor sentiment cautious ahead of a batch of Chinese data due later in the day.

The MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan  was down 0.2 percent, after ending last week with a gain of 1.7 percent, its biggest such rise in three months.
Resources-reliant Australian shares (.AXJO) fell 0.5 percent, hit by a sharp drop in metals prices such as gold and copper as well as oil on Friday.

South Korean shares (.KS11) were down 0.6 percent, weighed by North Korean risk, weak earnings outlooks and the yen's moves.

North Korea prepared for the annual celebration of its founder's birth on Monday, having rejected talks with South Korea aimed at reducing tensions and reopening a industrial park shared between the two countries.

The North has threatened for weeks to attack the United States, South Korea and Japan since new U.N. sanctions were imposed in response to its latest nuclear arms test in February.

World equity markets fell on Friday after a poor reading of U.S. consumer sentiment and unexpectedly weak retail sales raised concerns the U.S. economy may be losing momentum and could hurt global growth, which remains vulnerable in the face of a deteriorating European economy, struggling Japanese growth and China's uncertain recovery.

China will publish major data later in the session, including first-quarter gross domestic product, March retail sales and March industrial output.

"The regional data highlight is China's Q1 GDP. Perhaps due to 'smoothing', the headline reading is usually quite close to consensus, which is 8 percent year-on-year, from 7.9 percent in the fourth quarter," Westpac said in a note to clients, adding that deviations from forecasts could trigger a knee jerk reaction in Asian currencies.

The Nikkei stock average (.N225) opened down 1 percent, after briefly hitting its highest level since July 2008 on Friday. (.T)

The weak U.S. data pushed the dollar lower on Friday, sending it as low as 98.08 yen, but the dollar rebounded to 98.50 early in Asia on Monday.

The yen's rise against the dollar also helped send the euro down to a low of 128.70 yen on Friday, but the euro was trading at 129 yen early on Monday.

Gold prices sagged 4 percent to their lowest level since July 2011 on Friday, breaking below $1,500 per ounce, as a draft plan for Cyprus to sell bullion to help pay for its bailout triggered a sell-off. (GOL/)

Gold was at $1,492.60 an ounce early on Monday.

Euro zone finance ministers backed a 10 billion euro bailout for Cyprus on Friday and the European Commission said it would try to help the island's economy grow again with better use of EU structural funds.

News about cash-strapped Cyprus asking for more help because of its deteriorating economy also boosted demand for safe-haven U.S. Treasuries.

Brent oil hit an eight-month low just above $101 a barrel on Friday as the outlook for global crude demand growth dimmed.

U.S. crude futures were down 0.7 percent to $90.65 per barrel early on Monday.

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Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) & First Solar, Inc.(FSLR) - Weekly Stocks Pick Performance April 8-12, 2013

During last week of trading, there were many stocks that continued to break out to the upside or downside. Below of stocks I picked for trade in April 8-12, 2013.You can also check previous stocks to buy reports - Right here & Previous Weekly Stocks Pick Gainers- Right here

First Solar, Inc.(FSLR)
                                         +30.50 long side
First Solar, Inc.(FSLR)
                                         -3.00 Short side
Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)                                             +6.00 Short side


Weekly Stocks Pick Rule: When ever I buy or short stocks if that stocks go up short term quick 5-10% gain, I took profit and buy back in low price again. When ever I buy stock always have stop price. Always protect my original capital.

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Apple Inc (AAPL) Stock Technical Analysis April 15, 2013

The following is technical analysis on Apple Inc (AAPL) stock for April 15, 2013

Apple Inc AAPL Resistance, pivot &  Support Levels – 4/15/2013

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Share of Apple Inc. (AAPL) Apple $429.88 on Friday.At the current price of $429.88, next resistance is at $438-$440, a prior pivot high. Support is at $419.My Membership people know when  buy and sell option or stock in daily basis which very good profitable trade last few weeks in call and put side.How to trade in apple get my Membership Access. Apple Inc. (AAPL) should trade $700-$750 in 2013?. This is my one of the Top Pick for 2013.  

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