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Sunday, April 11, 2010

The FED's rates

USA - Wall Street skidded on Wednesday (07/04) New York time after one of the stakeholders in the Fed's low interest rate states will be maintained in a longer time to reduce risk, provide a space for investors to profit taking. Stocks falling in the energy sector where the S & P energy index drained 1 percent and the Dow component Exxon Mobil eroded 0.8 percent to U.S. $ 67.34. Crude oil prices are also falling by 1.1 percent to U.S. 85.88 U.S. dollars per barrel after data showed domestic inventories increased last week. Until the close of trading yesterday, the Dow Jones slipped 72.47 pts or 0.66 percent, to 10897.52 shrinkage and Standard & Poor's 500 index down 6.99 pts or 0.59 to 1182.45 and the Nasdaq composite position loses 5.65 pts to 2431.16....

Japan - Japanese machinery orders in February outside the approximate period corrected compared to January 2010. Japanese ministry officials reported engine orders in the second month of this year decreased 5.4 percent from the previous month. This figure is higher than the economic projects as quoted by Bloomberg at 3.7 percent. On the other hand, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) has maintained a low interest rate and the rate of 0.1 percent and deflation was still possible.

INDONESIA -The Capital Market Supervisory Agency and Financial Institution (Bapepam-LK) in the future will have the authority to open a customer account data within the framework of the investigation. Bank Indonesia (BI) is said to have given their approval because it involves public funds. That was said by the Head of the Bureau of Legislation and Legal Aid Simbolon Robinson's capital market regulator. He said that the authority has been enshrined in the revised draft capital market law which is now in final form.

Capital Market Supervisory Agency and Financial Institution (Bapepam-LK) has designed the rules that assign penalties to the illegal payments and fraud in the capital market.
Chairman of Bapepam-LK Fuad Rahmany in his statement in Jakarta, said in a draft revision of the draft Capital Market Law will be set to liability for payment of funds embezzled funds and pay a fine of Rp50 billion to the perpetrators.

Determination of refunds to customers and providing penalties intended to provide the deterrent effect of capital market crimes. But if the case was rolling on the court, the judge may decide a penalty of Rp0. And so far the courts have always been giving lenient sentences to the perpetrators.

This week will be a decline!!