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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right. ) what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks? Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cuts significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates have stayed stubbornly high, so the Fed's latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And it's eh, as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.

 

And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where do commodities stand right now? Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of the heat taken out of that market. Partly as a result of investors believing that economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again as being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat that's been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but is also affecting liquidity in the financial system.

 

And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for, uh , out of the European, (Yes. ) who else could we? Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, that remains to be seen, but we are gonna see, need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the market in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.

 

Let’s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, (indeed) ah gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes. ) which other companies? Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region,  you’ve got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of the strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are fewer analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks have pulled back from their, some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets have been de-rated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see market move up in a substantial way.

 

 

 

 

 

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We heard about the government helping out the Citygroup yesterday, today the US Federal Reserve announces they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, what else is going to be changing the market in the coming weeks?


Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently been annouced are kind of trying to get the morgage rice down, because although we've seen interest rates cut sinificantly over the last year or so, morgage rates stay stubbontly high, so the they face the latest action is aimed at trying to get the borrowing down for household. And as we get closed to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures are being taken by the Fed, in addition, I think what the analysts are looking for, what investor management are looking for, are more / stimulus and we problely to see some sorts of package announced in Europe. Um, today or later this week, we are expected to see um / stimulus in the US as well.


Another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and / obviously, not going to merge, where / stand right now?


Well, certainly commodities have fantastic run, and we see a lot of heal taking out at that market, partly as the result of the investors believing that the economy slow down, it's going to low demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerge yet again have been financial assets with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of heal have been taking out has been reaction to revalue the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting qulity and financial system.


And talking about forcast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%, and International Monetary Fund basiclly has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do /push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for the European, whoelse could it be?


Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which annouced to 17, 18% of  GDP, whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, takes time to transmit the money into project, into physical stimulus programme, that remains to be seen, but we are gonna see /need to see a more coodinated effort, particularly in the US and with the Europe to try the stimulates demand, try to get that money into the market, in terms of surporting the consumers, particularly in the US, before we are gonna get the business confidence come back. And that's  really what investors look at now, they are looking through the next year's earnings really, at the / numbers, weak job data, prices CPI reducing, so you are looking at the propect of deflation, weaker / which is really not surport of growth as we look out / other nine and ten.


As concentrated on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, ah Goldminers, /  which other companies?


Well, there's plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US// as a result of strong cash flows, and this pretty much across the much /because in this financial downturn, there are a few analysts out there covering companies, because investment bank pull back from some of their core activities, so you gotta get down /data and understand what's going on, but there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basiclly / across the whole market, the markets have been / there are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some measures take hold, we are not gonna see market move up in this /

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 We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday, today the US Federal Reserve announced that they're going to help infuse 800 billion dollars. What else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks?
 
 Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced aim at trying to get mortgage rates down because although we see interest rates cut significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates stay stubbornly high. So the Fed's latest action is aimed to trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And it's a, as we get closer to short-term interest rate getting to zero, you're gonna see more and more, I guess orthodox majors being taken by the Fed. In additional think, what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for are more fiscal stimulus, then we're probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, today or later this week. And we expect to see a fiscal stimulus in the US as well.
 
 And another big headline is the big merger, they've been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto obviously not going to merge. Where do commodities stand right now?
 
 Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we've seen a lot of heat taken out that market. Partly as a result of investors beliving the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again as being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of heat has been taken out, has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it also affecting liquidity in the financial system.
 
 And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plan than you said, you know, we might hear a wonderful // European. Who else could wake?
 
 Well, we've already seen a massive package in China which it mounts to sort of 17,18% of GDP, whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus and programs that remain to be saying. But we're gonna say it needs to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US with Europe to try to stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets, in terms of supporting the consumers particularly in the US, before we're gonna see business confidence come back. And that's really what investors are looking at now, they're looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. We drop dates on, you know, precise CPI reducing, so you're looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weak wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.
 
 As concentrate on the confidence, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, gold miners, //, which are the the companies?
 
 Well there are plenty of companies with strong cash flows that's particular in this region, you've got companies both here and Europe, and a selective in the US are very high yield, as a result of this strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sect. You gotta be pretty selective because in this financial downturn, there are fewer analysts out there covering companies because investment banks have pulled back from some of their core activities, so you've gotta get down and rescribe the day to understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment, it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market, the markets have been derated, there are opportunities there, but until confidence return, until we see some of these measures take hold, we're not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.
 

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We've heard about the government helping out the Citygroup yesterday, today the US Federal Reserve announces they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, what else is going to be changing the market in the coming weeks?


Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently been annouced are kind of trying to get the morgage rice down, because although we've seen interest rates cut sinificantly over the last year or so, morgage rates stay stuburnly high, so the they face the latest action is aimed at trying to get the borrowing close down for household. And as we get closed to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures are being taken by the Fed, in addition, I think what the analysts are looking for, or what investor management are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we problely to see some sorts of package announced in Europe. Um, today or later this week, we are expected to see um Fiscal stimulus in the US as well.


Another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and / obviously, not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now?


Well, certainly commodities have fantastic run, and we see a lot of heat taking out at that market, partly as the result of the investors believing that the economy slow down, it's going to lower demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerge yet again have been financial assets with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of heat have been taking out has been reaction to revalue the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting equity and financial system.


And talking about forcast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%, and the International Monetary Fund basiclly has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do /push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for the European, whoelse could it be?


Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which annouced to 17, 18% of  GDP, whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, takes time to transmit the money into project, into fiscal stimulus programme, that remains to be seen, but we are gonna see /need to see a more coodinated effort, particularly in the US and with the Europe to try stimulates demand, try to get that money into the market, in terms of surporting the consumers, particularly in the US, before we are gonna get the business confidence come back. And that's  really what investors look at now, they are looking through the next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers, weak job data, prices CPI reducing, so you are looking at the prospects of deflation, weaker / which is really not surport of growth as we look out into nine and ten.


As concentrated on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, ah Goldminers, /  which other companies?


Well, there's plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high as a result of strong cash flows, and this pretty much across the much /because in this financial downturn, there are a few analysts out there covering companies, because investment bank pull back from some of their core activities, so you gotta get down /data and understand what's going on, but there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basiclly one brush across the whole market, the markets have been / there are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some measures take hold, we are not gonna see market move up in a substantial way.

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We've heard about the government helping out the Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, what else is going to be changing the market in the coming weeks?


Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently been announced are aimed at trying to get the mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cut significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates sustained stubbornly high, so the Fed’s  latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures / being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what / analysts are looking for, / what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we probably going to see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.


And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and
Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now?


Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of heat taken out at that market. Partly as a result of the investors’ believing that the economy slowdown it’s in a lower demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerge yet again is being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat have been taken out has been a reaction to deleverage the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting liquidity in the financial system.


And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically had said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do /push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for ? of the European, who else could we?


Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, that remains to be seen, but we are gonna see /need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with the Europe to try stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets in terms of suporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's  really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.


Let’s
concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, which other companies?


Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of this strong cash flows, and this pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are few analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets are being derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.

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We've heard about the government helping out / Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right. )what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks?


Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently / announced are aimed at trying to get / mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cut significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates sustained stubbornly high, so the Fed’s  latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures / being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what / analysts are looking for, / what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna / see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.


And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now?


Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of heat taken out at that market. Partly as a result of / investors’ believing that the economy slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again is being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of this heat have been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage of the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting liquidity in the financial system.


And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically had said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do /push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for , uh , out  of the European, (Yes.)who else could we?


Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, there are remains to be seen, but we are gonna see /need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with / Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets in terms of suporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's  really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.(=year 2009 adn year 2010)


Let’s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well,(谁来听一下? 这个男的附和了一句什么? Eh, date?) ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes.)which other companies?


Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of this strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are few analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets are being derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.

 

rescrub the data 是什么意思阿?谢谢!


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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right. )what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks?


Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cuts significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates stays stubbornly high, so the Fed’s  latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.


And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now?


Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of heat taken out at that market. Partly as a result of investors’ believing that the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again is being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat has been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting liquidity in the financial system.


And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically had said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for , uh , out  of the European, (Yes.)who else could we?


Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, there / remains to be seen, but we are gonna see need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's  really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.


Let’s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well,(
谁来听一下? 这个男的附和了一句什么? Eh, date? 应该是一家公司名) ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes.)which other companies?


Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of this strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are few analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets are being derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.

 

rescrub the data 是什么意思阿?谢谢!

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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right. )what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks?


Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cuts significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates have stayed stubbornly high, so the Fed’s  latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And it's a, as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.


And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now?


Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of heat taken out at that market. Partly as a result of investors’ believing that the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again is being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat has been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting liquidity in the financial system.


And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for , uh , out  of the European, (Yes.)who else could we?


Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, there / remains to be seen, but we are gonna see need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's  really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.


Let’s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well,(
谁来听一下? 这个男的附和了一句什么? Eh, date? 应该是一家公司名)Indeed.(感觉上不是公司名,是表示肯定的回答,听着是这个词) ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes.)which other companies?


Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, and particularly in this region, you've got companies both here and Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of these strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are few analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets are being derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.

 

rescrub the data 是什么意思阿?谢谢!

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Seeking the best way to delete and clean my BOLD? Can not get contacts to sync and believe I have a corrupt contacts file in the BB. system

 

How do I scrub the data/disk clean? 

 

re+scrub=rescrub

So,I guess the meaning should be wipe out the data once again.

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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right.) what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks?


Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cut significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates stay stubbornly high, so the Fed’s  latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in / US as well.


And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now?


Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of heat taken out at that market. Partly as a result of investors’ believing that the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again is being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat has been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting liquidity in the financial system.


And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for, uh , out  of the European, (Yes.) who else could we?


Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, there remains to be seen, but we are gonna say need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.


Let’s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well,(indeed) ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes.) which are the companies?


Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you’ve got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of this strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are a few analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets are being derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.

 

 

 

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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right.) what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks?

Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cut significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates stay stubbornly high, so the Fed’s  latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.

And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now?

Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of heat taken out at that market. Partly as a result of investors’ believing that the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again is being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat has been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting liquidity in the financial system.

And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for, uh , out of the European, (Yes.) who else could we?

Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, there remains to be seen, but we are gonna say need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.

Let’s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well,(indeed) ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes.) which are the companies?

Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you’ve got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of the strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are a few analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets are being derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.

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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right. ) what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks? Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cut significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates stay stubbornly high, so the Fed s latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.

 

And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now? Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we ve seen a lot of heat taken out at that market. Partly as a result of investors believing that the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again as being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat has been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but it's also affecting liquidity in the financial system.

 

And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for, uh , out of the European, (Yes. ) who else could we? Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, there remains to be seen, but we are gonna say need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the markets in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.

 

Let s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, (indeed) ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes. ) which are the companies? Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, you ve got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of the strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are / few analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from some of their core activities, so you ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets are being derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see markets move up in a substantial way.

 

我觉得根据上下文,那里的意思是什么投资银行现在自顾不暇,所以不应该是a few,应该是few分析家在分析市场,那人才让我们要小心,要自己搜集数据再分析好。

[ 本帖最后由 萧小噜 于 2008-12-3 10:53 编辑 ]

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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right. ) what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks? Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cut significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates have stayed stubbornly high, so the Fed's latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And it's eh, as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.

 

And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where the commodities stand right now? Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we ve seen a lot of the heat taken out / that market. Partly as a result of investors believing that the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again as being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat that's been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but is also affecting liquidity in the financial system.

 

And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for, uh , out of the European, (Yes. ) who else could we? Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, that remains to be seen, but we are gonna see, need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the market/ in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.

 

Let s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, (indeed) ah Gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes. ) which are the companies? Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, and you ve got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of the strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are / fewer analysts out there covering companies, because the investment banks are pulled back from their, some of their core activities, so you ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets have been derated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see market move up in a substantial way.

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有必要解释一下rescrub the data

 

Chloe 同志还专门去普特问吧提问了,这是我给的答案:

 

Data scrubbing, also called data cleansing, is the process of amending or removing data in a database that is incorrect, incomplete, improperly formatted, or duplicated.

当然,这是一个电脑词汇,一般用于银行、保险、通讯等等数据密集型的行业。有人翻译成数据清理、净化或者清洁。三个东西都一样。

数据清洁,翻译一下定义,是指改正或者删除数据库中不正确、不完整、格式错误,或者重复了的数据的过程,并不是把数据都擦除了,格式化(formatting)才是.

[ 本帖最后由 johnsonchen688 于 2008-12-3 12:05 编辑 ]

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We've heard about the government helping out Citigroup yesterday. Today the US Federal Reserve announced that they are going to help infuse 800 billion dollars, (Right. ) what else is going to be changing the markets in the coming weeks? Well, certainly the efforts that have been most recently announced are aimed at trying to get mortgage rates down. Because although we've seen interest rates cuts significantly over the last year or so, mortgage rates have stayed stubbornly high, so the Fed's latest action is aimed at trying to get borrowing cost down for households. And it's eh, as we get closer to short term interest rates getting to zero, you are gonna to see more and more, I guess, unorthodox measures being taken by the Fed. In addition, I think what analysts are looking for, what investment managers are looking for, are more fiscal stimulus and we are probably gonna see some sort of package announced in Europe, um, today or later this week and we expect to see fiscal stimulus in the US as well.

 

And another big headline is the big merger, they have been talking about it for months, BHP and Rio Tinto, obviously not going to merge, where do commodities stand right now? Well, certainly commodities had a fantastic run, and we’ve seen a lot of the heat taken out of that market. Partly as a result of investors believing that the economic slowdown is gonna lower the demand for commodities, but also because commodities have really emerged yet again as being a financial asset with a lot of speculation in that market, and a lot of the heat that's been taken out has been a reaction to the deleverage in the financial system, which is not only affecting commodities but is also affecting liquidity in the financial system.

 

And talking about forecast, IMF is cutting its GDP for Asia to 6%. And the International Monetary Fund basically has said, you know, it's pushing more countries to do push for economic stimulus plans, and you said, you know we might hear one for, uh , out of the European, (Yes. ) who else could we? Well, we have already seen a massive package in China which amounts to sort of 17, 18% of GDP. Whether or not the mainland can actually spend that amount of money, it takes time to transmit the money into projects, into fiscal stimulus programs, that remains to be seen, but we are gonna see, need to see a more coordinated effort, particularly in the US and with Europe to try and stimulate demand, trying to get that money into the market/ in terms of supporting the consumer, particularly in the US, before we are gonna see business confidence come back. And that's really what investors are looking at now. They are looking through next year's earnings really, at the macro numbers. Weak job data, you know, prices, CPI reducing, so you are looking at prospects of deflation, you know, weaker wage growth which is really not supportive of growth as we look out into 09 and 10.

 

Let s concentrate on the confidence, ah, you know, there are some companies that are doing well, (indeed) ah gold miners, pharmaceuticals, (Yes. ) which other companies? Well, there're plenty of companies with strong cash flows, particularly in this region, and you’ve got companies both here in Europe and selectively in the US on very high yields as a result of the strong cash flows, and it's pretty much across most sectors. You’ve got to be pretty selective. Because in this financial downturn, there are / fewer analysis out there covering companies, because the investment banks have pulled back from their, some of their core activities, so you’ve gotta get down and rescrub the data and understand what's going on. But there are opportunities, but at the moment it's basically, you know, one brush across the whole market. The markets have been de-rated. There are opportunities there, but until confidence returns, until we see some of these measures take hold, we are not gonna see market move up in a substantial way.

 

 

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