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https://plus.google.com/113542349166808718035 John Hall : Highlights • Oil retreats from $50 • AUD Gains • ECB in wait and see mode • USD awaits Yellen www.frank...
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• Oil retreats from $50
• AUD Gains
• ECB in wait and see mode
• USD awaits Yellen

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https://plus.google.com/109960321545218118957 FOREX : Inflation affected by crude prices – ECB’s E.Nowotny #General
Inflation affected by crude prices – ECB’s E.Nowotny #General
Inflation affected by crude prices – ECB’s E.Nowotny - Analysis General
Analysis General - Inflation affected by crude prices – ECB’s E.Nowotny
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https://plus.google.com/108958301007378441380 PakPassion.Net : Take a look at @Saj_PakPassion's Tweet: https://twitter.com/Saj_PakPassion/status/736105049542254592...
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Saj Sadiq on Twitter: "Saqlain Mushtaq has been contacted by ECB for a spin-bowling consultant role for the latter half of this summer (via The Guardian) #Cricket"
Saqlain Mushtaq has been contacted by ECB for a spin-bowling consultant role for the latter half of this summer (via The Guardian) #Cricket. 1:01 a.m. - 27 May 2016. 3 Retweets2 likes. Reply to @Saj_PakPassion. Home · Sign up · Log in · Search · About. More like this; Less like this ...
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https://plus.google.com/116900893530603533312 KPMG East Africa : The ECB's top priority is business model analysis. Three of the key indicators the supervisor will use...
The ECB's top priority is business model analysis. Three of the key indicators the supervisor will use to score banks are: RoA, RER, and Cost to Income Ratio. Banks should know where they stand relative to their peers. http://bit.ly/1TEOCIr
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https://plus.google.com/107350718261312288981 Akshay Bansal : The European Central Bank is poised to agree to stop printing its largest-denomination bank note at ...
The European Central Bank is poised to agree to stop printing its largest-denomination bank note at a meeting Wednesday, according to people familiar with the matter. The move has long been advocated by law-enforcement officials who say large-value bank notes facilitate crime by making cash physically easier to carry.
ECB Set to Agree on Withdrawing €500 Bank Notes - WSJ
Law-enforcement officials argue that large bank notes facilitate crime
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https://plus.google.com/112762396419802507069 Alternative Economics : 26/5/16: European Reforms: Mostly "No Show" grades - An interesting heat map from Moody's covering the...
26/5/16: European Reforms: Mostly "No Show" grades - An interesting heat map from Moody's covering the deteriorating pace of reforms in the euro area:Source: @Schuldensuehner The key point is that under the monetary easing created by the ECB, Euro area sovereigns are all slacking off on reforms, especially more politically difficult reforms, such as product markets reforms (9 out of 11 states are in red, none in green), pensions & healthcare ref ...
26/5/16: European Reforms: Mostly "No Show" grades
An interesting heat map from Moody's covering the deteriorating pace of reforms in the euro area:Source: @Schuldensuehner The key point is that under the monetary easing created by the ECB, Euro ar...
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https://plus.google.com/104714033764964612934 Nitin Varia : To day IOC RESULT TO ZOOM PERFORMANCE. IOC TO ZOOM. IOC having nil P- NOTE INVESTORS. Hail the Government...
To day IOC RESULT TO ZOOM PERFORMANCE.

IOC TO ZOOM.

IOC having nil P- NOTE INVESTORS.

Hail the Government in walking the talk by raising fuel prices amidst state elections.

Note: Diesel, petrol marketing margins maintain their healthy trend. BUY OMCs

Petro product demand for the month of April was at record levels with diesel, petrol and LPG demand up 15% y/y, 22%y/y and 14%y/y respectively. ATF fuel demand in April was also strong at 14%y/y.

For FY16, diesel demand stands at healthy 7.5%y/y (highest growth since FY10 when demand was up 8.4%y/y). Healthy diesel demand was led by 1) increased agricultural demand given poor monsoon 2) higher demand from mining sector and 3) improved economic activity.

FY16 gasoline and LPG remain healthy at 14.5%y/y and 8.5%y/y respectively. FY16 ATF demand was up 11.5%y/y.

Meanwhile kerosene demand continues to fall; FY16 demand decline of 3.7% y/y.

Healthy fuel demand is +ve for the OMCs. Maintain

Our PM MODIJI visit to Iran Saudis to have bonded supply side as never before.

Growth momentum have picked up as result consumption growing exponentially for OMC whose margins are fixed. No loss at any time.

Second Time FITCH AFFIRMS RATING OF IOC AS BB++

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Money control.com affirms surprise earning in OMC

IOC BUYING BUSINESSES ALL OVER. INDICATIN OF HEAVY PROFITS. Bought Russian oil fields, Iran, UAE and heavy expansion in Gujarat Refineries.

OMC FREED FROM DRAGON GRIP OF GOVERNMENT BY AUTONOMY IN OIL PURCHASE.

HAIL DHARMENDRA PRADHAN Very proactive Minister strengthening OMC as never in PAST.

Also highest crude processing by IOC of 56 million tons in 15/16.

REFINERIES GET INFRA STRUCTURE STATUS FOR ECB borrowing. .

0n 27/5/16 IOC on upward momentum gather Jet speed.

INDIAN REFINERS NEVER HAD SUCH A GOLDEN YEAR OF PROFITS AS 15/16 IN ITS HISTORY.

As reported by Bloomberg Reliance is lucky this year resulting from falling crude. So is Mody Government. Similar luck to OMC ESPECIALLY IOC THAN HPCL AND THIRD PLACE BPCL.

1. HISTORICALLY HIGHEST PROFIT IN 15/16.

2. Highest Inventory Gain in 4th QUARTER of 15/16 .

3. Highest refining margin the best among peers in India. No.1. Beating Reliance. IOC GRM will top 12$ whereas Reliance WAS at $ 11

. 4. Plastic Products based on Naphta so to register highest HISTORICAL profits as reported by FITCH. Naptha have been lowest since 15 years during the year .

5. RBI stand on interest rates ON MCLR very positive for high rated companies like IOC with BBB+

6. RUPEE strengthening due to good budget so best foreign exchange gains. As IOC gets oil on 60 days credit. Rupee appreciated from 69 to 67 giving wind fall PROFIT to IOC .

7. Budget 16/17 focuses on Rural growth and IOC have maximum presence in this area which translates into continued increase in marketing margins over and above refining .

.8. Pradip Refinery the best in India to add to profitability as it can process any kind of crude.

9. IOC historically announces bonus every five years. And now it is to be announced during 2017 when the annual results announced or may be after 5 state election results

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11. Bear cartel in bear SQUEEZE. The punters manipulating open interest after market closes .

12. There can be no better stock than IOC. BPCL is over valued and so is HPCL.

13. Exports of Naptha at most lucrative prices adding to profits. Reported on Bloomberg.

14. Direct Transfer of subsidy halts leakage that is net gain. Marketing Margins to OMC highest in its history. The beneficiary of Adhar DBT to IOC is maximum as IOC were providing 60% of subsidized LPG Kerosene out of the three OMC .

15. Highest Advance tax paid in its history for the fourth quarter. A GUARDED SECRET LEAKED.

16. Re- Rating of OMC done .

17. Tax relief of 69000 crore to IOC at Pradip Refinery for a period of 11 years.

THIS MONTH IOC IN LIME LIGHT BEFORE ITS RESULT 27/5/16.TO BREAK PRICE OF xxxx AND REACH xxxx. UNEXPECTEDLY AND HISTORICALLY FINEST RESULT.
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https://plus.google.com/114297483316548833163 betiforex binary option : Ny Federal Reserve says Forex Swaps With the ECB totaled $1.005 Bln in Latest Week NY FEDERAL RESERVE...
Ny Federal Reserve says Forex Swaps With the ECB totaled $1.005 Bln in Latest Week

NY FEDERAL RESERVE SAYS FOREX SWAPS WITH THE ECB TOTALED $1.005 BLN IN LATEST WEEKThe material has been provided by InstaForex Company - www.instaforex.comThe post Ny Federal Reserve says Forex Swaps With the ECB totaled $1.005 Bln in Latest Week appeared first on Forex.
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https://plus.google.com/116369219763365309292 world news : #money #bank #news Greece hopes to qualify for ECB's QE, cheap bank lending swiftly: By Lefteris Papadimas...
#money #bank #news Greece hopes to qualify for ECB's QE, cheap bank lending swiftly: By Lefteris Papadimas ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's finance minister said on Thursday he hoped Athens could swiftly qualify for the European Central Bank's quantitative easing (QE) programme after the successful conclusion of its first bailout review this week. "With this review one of our aims was ... to enter the quantitative easing programme, which we hope will come very soon," Euclid Tsakalotos told reporters two days after the decisions by euro zone finance ministers. Under the QE programme, the ECB is currently buying 80 billion euros of bonds each month to pump new stimulus funds into the euro zone economy. #business #bank www.goo.gl/NOFUUP
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https://plus.google.com/104964146467869671986 Πολιτική Επικοινωνία : RT @nicolas_veron: Greek crisis over: ECB to accept Greek bonds as collateral again, first time since...
RT @nicolas_veron: Greek crisis over: ECB to accept Greek bonds as collateral again, first time since February 2015. reuters.com/article/greece…
RT @nicolas_veron: Greek crisis over: ECB to accept Greek bonds as collateral again, first time since February 2015. https://t.co/iFkq4SvNT7
RT @nicolas_veron: Greek crisis over: ECB to accept Greek bonds as collateral again, first time since February 2015. reuters.com/article/greece
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https://plus.google.com/105882997103304547896 GM2 Success, LLC : The Euro debt crisis crippled struggling nations' fiscal policy when their credit ratings plunged. How...
The Euro debt crisis crippled struggling nations' fiscal policy when their credit ratings plunged. How should the ECB help?
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https://plus.google.com/116039065970106462248 Hellas Channel :

ANA-MPA: Greece has a brilliant future, ECB's Nowotny tells ANA-MPA
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https://plus.google.com/105484973338472780925 wcangel : Is populism a threat to Europe's economies? By Becky Branford BBC News 26 May 2016 From the section...
Is populism a threat to Europe's economies?

By Becky Branford BBC News
26 May 2016
From the section Europe

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36381019

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The rise of populist parties across Europe, it is saying, has made the implementation of the orthodox economic reforms - espoused by the EU as a route to greater economic success and stability - less certain.
"This, in turn, may cause renewed pressure on more vulnerable sovereigns and potentially contribute to contagion and re-fragmentation in the euro area".

Re-fragmentation in the euro area? That really doesn't sound healthy for the future of the part of the bloc using the single currency. And the survival of the monetary union is indeed one of the big worries of these pillars of the European establishment.

What's the context?
The document feeds in to a broader narrative about the crisis - whereby the perceived failure of centrist or social democratic parties and the political establishment to deal with economic malaise has opened the door to upstart parties with "extreme" solutions - whether of the right or left.

From Finland to France to Hungary, the nationalist right has enjoyed recent success; and in Greece and Spain, radical left parties have gained fresh electoral appeal.

As populations ring the changes at the ballot box, European policymakers are keen to the threat that may be posed to their policy prescriptions by new parties which reject the old political and economic consensus.
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Has the ECB got its analysis the wrong way about?
It has, according to Olivier Vardakoulias, economist at the UK's New Economics Foundation (NEF).

"The ECB is mistaking the effect for the cause," he says - the rise of so-called populist parties is the result of economic and financial turbulence brought about by the way the crisis was handled by eurozone authorities, member states, and of course European institutions including the ECB itself.

Its response was to force member states to undertake "structural reforms" - "reactionary social measures including dismantling of the welfare state, dismantling of labour rights, reduction in social spending and so on", themselves deepening the crisis.

That in turn provoked different reactions - a pro-European far left challenging austerity and an openly anti-European far right.
In Greece and elsewhere, he says, the pro-European parties have been humiliated. "Greece was literally crushed and its democratic sovereignty was crushed" - "a reaction which was itself extreme".

"This is the danger, I think - if these movements fail to offer an alternative then I very much fear that people will turn to nationalist anti-European parties - and this will be a disaster for Europe."

What's his alternative?
Mr Vardakoulias insists that Europe needs to come to terms with the fact that its strategy has not delivered - and is putting at risk the political stability of Europe.

"The question is do they want to or are they ready to accept these facts and move towards an alternative policy for Europe as a whole - democratising the institutions, and actually resolving the crisis in the periphery but also in countries like France?

"If they don't there is a high risk that the eurozone will implode."
Is populism a threat to Europe's economies? - BBC News
A small paragraph in an ECB report highlights the economic dangers posed by insurgent so-called "populist" parties in Europe - but do other observers agree?
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https://plus.google.com/101041126131338486420 WBP Online :

ECB's Angeloni: We Will Look at How Banks Cope With Low Rates - WBP Online
The Frankfurt-based central bank plans an in-depth control of how lenders are dealing with low rates.
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https://plus.google.com/101041126131338486420 WBP Online :

ECB to Accept Greek Bonds as Collateral: Reports - WBP Online
The Frankfurt-based central bank will resume, accepting Greek government paper as collateral for lending funds to Greek banks, sources told Reuters on Wednesday.
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https://plus.google.com/104258417147455060981 Wilhelmsen Ships Service : Post-combustion fuel treatment cuts vessel costs Soot accumulation in a ship’s exhaust gas boiler (...

Post-combustion fuel treatment cuts vessel costs

Soot accumulation in a ship’s exhaust gas boiler (EGB) is a serious issue, leading to reduced EGB efficiency, significant cleaning costs, corrosion, and the risk of soot fires. However, a simple post-combustion fuel treatment can solve all these problems, at negligible cost.

Refined heavy marine fuels are full of contaminants, such as Vanadium, Sodium, Aluminium, Silica, and Potassium, which leave deposits when burnt. These particles, soot, pass through vessel exhaust valves and turbo chargers, continuing with the flue gases until they reach the EGB. Here they stick to the boiler’s heat transfer surfaces and impair its efficiency, as Jonas Östlund, WSS Product Marketing Manager, Marine Products, Oil, explains:

“Just like any heat exchanger, an obstructive deposit will reduce the transfer of heat and therefore reduce the efficiency of the equipment,” he notes. “Soot deposits are particularly effective at reducing heat transfer as they insulate extremely well. A 1mm layer of soot can reduce EGB efficiency by 10%. Left to build up to a 3mm layer, EGB efficiency can be reduced by up to 50%.

“Obviously this calls for cleaning, with typical EGBs requiring around five hours of cleaning during port calls, usually every two to three months. This means labour, equipment, and the disposal of wash water that contains acidic soot – the latter being something currently up for regulatory discussion, with an expectation that it will have to be disposed of onshore, at extra cost.

“So, the cleaning task is more than a minor hassle – it’s a major inefficiency, cost and labour burden for the engine room.”

Cleaning and EGB inefficiency are the most obvious problems, but it doesn’t stop there. Östlund states that un-burnt fuel and lubricants can also be deposited in the EGB. These lower the ignition temperature of soot, and increase the risk of soot fires.

“These can permanently damage the ECB and, although uncommon, pose a very real threat,” he says.

“In addition, cold corrosion is also a factor. Sulphur in the fuel reacts with oxygen during combustion to form Sulphur Dioxide and Sulphur Trioxide. When the temperature drops below 135°C, which occurs in EGBs operating at low velocities, the Sulphur Trioxide reacts with the moisture in the air and forms sulphuric acid. This is very corrosive to tube surfaces, and affects metal in a similar way to rust.”

The problems are myriad, but the solution is simple, according to Östlund. He stresses that post-combustion fuel treatments – such as WSS’ Unitor’s FuelPower Soot Remover Liquid Plus – provides easy relief, adding “fuel treatment shouldn’t just end in the fuel tanks.”

In the case of WSS’ proprietary Unitor offer, it is automatically dosed four times a day, dispensed as a fine mist that condensates onto the soot and continues to oxidize it. The result being that almost no soot is deposited in the EGB. The solution is active from 180°C, making it suitable for the low exhaust gas temperatures associated with slow steaming.

Unitor’s FuelPower Soot Remover Liquid Plus has been thoroughly tested over the course of the last year on board Wilh.Wilhelmsen’s 76,500 GT RoRo MV Tønsberg. Prior to its daily dosing, the vessel’s EGB required regular cleaning every two months.

However, after ten months of regular treatment, every six hours, the vessel, which has a busy trading pattern between Europe, the US and Japan, has yet to require EGB cleaning – saving time, money and a lot of work.

Stein Gravdal, Chief Engineer on the M/V Tønsberg, refers to the product as a “magic potion that works wonders”, adding that the EGB still looks almost completely clean after the extensive test period.

“And the best thing about this,” Östlund concludes, “is the cost. The outlay is negligible when measured against the very real efficiency gains the treatment delivers. It amounts to less than half a per cent of daily fuel cost. 

“The ROI on this is, to say the least, compelling.”
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https://plus.google.com/110689882971164104463 Eugene Plawiuk :

Bayer could get ECB financing for Monsanto bid, rules show
Bayer (BAYGn.DE) could receive financing from the European Central Bank that would help to fund a takeover of Monsanto (MON.N), according to the terms of the ECB's bond-buying program.
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