Monthly Archives: August 2014
Libya’s state-owned company National Oil Co. cut its prices, OMV and Unipec, the trading arm of China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. 600028.SH -0.75% , or Sinopec, have largely replaced traditional Libyan oil buyers from the Mediterranean and together bought the majority of the country’s oil cargoes this month, according to a shipping broker. Sinopec didn’t return a request for comment while OMV declined to comment.
Greek exchange looses more than exchanges in war like Israel and Russia, Need an explanation or Market Manipulation
I can’t beleive what I see lately in the spread of Greek bonds Vs the Portuguese
How can the difference be explained (up to 2.35%) among the Portuguese and Greek bonds with all the problems that the Portuguese face with the Banco Espirito…Furthermore how cam be explained the Greek stock exchange fall of ~4% in comparison of the equities, exchanges of countries within a war area like Israel:
For Example Tel Aviv is losing up to the levels of 0,2% while the Russians with severe fundamendal problems with their currency as well as … embargo etc.. gains up to 1%.
Sorry that I am too lazy to continue writing now, since its Saturday and I am in front of the turquoise and deep blue waters of the Greek Aegean sea, but I promise to come back upon your interest.