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The trade represented an $41,575 bearish near-term bet.
Within the euro area periphery, 61% of debt now matures in the next four years, compared with 54% in last year's study, and Portuguese companies have the greatest near-term refinancing needs, at $18 bln over the next two years.
If Turkey attains a 'soft landing' and near-term macro-financial risks recede, then upward rating dynamics could resume."
"The outlook for growth in the world economy has deteriorated and, largely as a consequence, near-term growth prospects at home are somewhat weaker," Sir Mervyn added.
Key for the euro, it also leaves the path open for a further near-term rate hike as the European Central Bank looks to rein in inflation.
The analyst went on to say that: "ADM's near-term performance will be fuelled by the surge in ethanol margins and dislocation opportunities, yet ADM's earnings likely will return to more "normal" levels by mid-2011 unless ADM deploys its cash."
Although the sector's near-term operating balance remains negative, increases in federal grants-in-aid--largely from the Recovery Act--alleviated some near-term pressure.
Treasury bond yield fell below 4.0 percent for the first time in two years, raising speculation of a near-term rate cut by the U.S.
The top in cattle futures is expected to weigh on cash cattle prices near-term, although heavy pressure will be avoided unless the boxed beef market collapses.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Healthy near-term infants are at increased risk of learning problems during their preschool and kindergarten years, according to findings of a poster presentation by Dr.
Another factor that could have a potential impact on platinum group metals (PGM) prices in the near-term is the recent appreciation in the value of the South African rand against the U.S.