DAVOS OBSERVER

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

Deutsche Bank is finding firmer ground, but first-half revenues disappointed and there was little to suggest investors have anything other than a long wait for better returns.
The activist investor is agitating for higher margins at the world’s largest food company. Disappointing growth lends weight to his arguments.
Noble’s share price fell nearly 50% after it warned of another big loss and said it planned to sell of most of its global oil-and-gas assets. What’s left may have trouble surviving on its own.
The nuclear option of bankruptcy could give Toshiba a fresh start. It’s a nice idea, but the embattled Japanese giant is more likely to choose to muddle through.
An expected surge in U.S. petrochemicals output challenges one of the main pillars of the energy giant’s plans to list.
It has proved startlingly easy for companies to cut the rates on their leveraged loans. Loan investors have little choice but to go along.
The car makers’ unwavering focus on costs and margins will offer protection in the coming downturn.
Oil field services firms such as Halliburton and Schlumberger see more improvement in the U.S. shale patch, but their rising margins may come at the expense of oil and gas producers’ profits.
Strong results from the heavily shorted chip maker should calm some nerves.
IDEAS DE INVERSION
on Thursday, 28 June 2012. Posted in Noticias_category(English)
DIVERSIFICACIÓN, ATRACTIVA VALORACIÓN Y GENERACIÓN DE INGRESOS ADAPTADOS A LA REALIDAD ECONÓMICA ACTUAL, SON ATRIBUTOS CONSIDERADOS POR EL COMITÉ DE RIESGO DE DAVOS FINANCIAL GROUP PARA EL SEGUNDO SEMESTRE DE 2012. IDEAS DE INVERSION A continuación detallamos las 7 ideas de inversión mas relevan [...]