Nada de novo né?!1 mercado já vem falando disso ha tempos e cada vez que rpecisa realizar, volta a estorinha.
March 15 (Bloomberg) -- Stocks retreated, led by emerging markets, and metals declined on concern that China and India will seek to restrict economic growth to curb inflation. The pound and the euro weakened.
The MSCI World Index of 23 developed nations’ stocks fell 0.3 percent at 11:10 a.m. in London. The MSCI Emerging Markets Index slipped 0.8 percent, led by a plunge of as much as 1.7 percent in the Shanghai Composite Index. Futures on the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index lost 0.4 percent and copper declined 1.4 percent. The pound weakened compared with all 16 of its most- traded counterparts and the euro snapped three days of gains against the dollar.
Premier Wen Jiabao may take steps to cool China’s expansion and economists predict India will raise interest rates after inflation in both nations accelerated to a 16-month high. European finance ministers meet in Brussels today to discuss how to help Greece overcome its debt crisis. Futures trading shows wagers on the pound weakening against the dollar outnumber bets on a gain by eight times more than when George Soros made $1 billion on the U.K. currency’s decline in 1992.
“China is between a rock and a hard place” because of the need to control inflation without hurting the recovery, Mikio Kumada, a senior market analyst at LGT Capital Management in Singapore, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television.
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