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Dec. 14 (Bloomberg) Institutional investors around the
world expect the euro area to avoid a full-fledged crisisthat would lead to a break up of the monetary union, according
to a survey by Barclays Capital. The banks first Global Macro Survey, which includes investors such as hedge funds, money managers, proprietary trading and corporate trading desks, showed just 4 percent of respondents think the break-up of the euro currency is a likely outcome. More than 50 percent said the impact of the sovereign-debt crisis on the euro over the next quarter will be modest.The results of this survey point to a confidence that fiscal issues in the euro area can be resolved, said Piero Ghezzi, head of economics, emerging markets and currency research at Barclays Capital in London. Nevertheless,institutional investors are very concerned about how government debt and fiscal policy is handled in advanced economies around the world.The poll also showed 40 percent of respondents see equities as assets of their choice in 2011, followed by 34 percent for commodities. Fewer than 10 percent expect U.S. Treasuries to outperform.The survey was started on Nov. 29 and captured the views of 2,007 investors, according to the bank.


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14:47 14Dec10 RTRS-GERMAN GOVT OFFICIAL SAYS GERMANY IS VERY CONFIDENT WEAKER EU COUNTRIES CAN IMPROVE THEIR COMPETITIVENESS
14:50 14Dec10 RTRS-GERMAN GOVT OFFICIAL SAYS GERMANY BELIEVES GREECE CAN GET ITS FINANCES ON SUSTAINABLE PATH IF ALL MEASURES ENACTED
14:53 14Dec10 RTRS-GERMAN GOVT OFFICIAL SAYS BELIEVES ECB WOULD EXPECT ANY GREATER CAPITAL BASE WOULD SHOW FINANCIAL MARKETS IT HAS ENOUGH CAPITAL TO BUY NEW BONDS
14:54 14Dec10 RTRS-GERMAN GOVT OFFICIAL SAYS NO OTHER COUNTRY IS ABOUT TO NEED AID FROM RESCUE MECHANISM




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ATHENS, Dec 14 (Reuters) ECB funding to Greek banks rose 2.9 percent at the end of November from the previous month, Greek central bank data showed on Tuesday. Lending to euro area credit institutions related to monetary policy operations, which reflects ECB lending to Greek banks, stood at 95.05 billion euros ($127.5 billion) compared to 92.4 billion at the end of October, the Bank of Greece statement said. Greek banks lost wholesale market access in the wake of the country's debt crisis, becoming increasingly reliant on the ECB. ECB funding stood at 49.7 billion euros at the beginning of the year. Some Greek lenders have recently begun to open up credit lines with foreign banks.

MADRID, Dec 14 (Reuters) Spanish banks borrowed 64.5 billion euros from the European Central Bank in November, down from 71 billion in October, data from the Bank of Spain showed on Tuesday.That was some way down on a record high of 140 billion euros hit in July. The total borrowed subtracting the amount that banks redeposited at the ECB was 61 billion euros.


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13:00 14Dec10 RTRS-ZEW INSTITUTE DEC GERMAN ECONOMIC SENTIMENT INDEX 4.3 PTS VS 1.8 PTS IN NOV (POLL 4.0)
13:00 14Dec10 RTRS-ZEW INSTITUTE DEC GERMAN CURRENT CONDITIONS INDEX 82.6 PTS VS 81.5 PTS IN NOV (POLL 84.0)


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12:38 14Dec10 RTRS-Spain sells 2.51 bln euros in treasury bills
ISSUE YIELD PREVIOUS PRICE PREVIOUS BID ALLOCATED
12-month 3.449 2.363 96.564 97.583 4,445 1,991
18-month 3.721 2.664 94.446 96.176 2,372 523
The bid-to-cover ratio on the 12-month bill was 2.23 versus 1.90 at the last auction.
The bid-to-cover ratio on the 18-month bill was 4.54 versus 3.66 at the last auction.

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NEW YORK, Dec 14 (Reuters) Bank of America Merrill Lynch forecast the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index will rise to 1,400 in the next 12 months, with energy and technology most likely to outperform other sectors, the firm said on Tuesday.
Driving the U.S. market will be earnings, which should reach record levels in 2011, David Bianco, chief U.S. equity strategist, said at the firm's 2011 outlook conference. "2010 was a good year for the stock market, and I expect 2011 to be an even better year," he said. It's going to be an asset class that comes back into favor.The firm is forecasting a 2011 earnings per share for the S&P 500 of $93 and $99 for 2012. It's just remarkable how strong the corporate profit recovery has been. It surprised everybody to the upside," Bianco said. Bianco said he sees more of a chance that the 1,400 target will go up instead of down by the end of next year.On Tuesday, the S&P 500 index was at about 1,245. Besides energy and technology, the firm recommends investors overweight materials and industrials. It calls the four sectors the global cyclicals, since they tend to benefit from global economic growth.The firm recommends underweighting healthcare, utilities, and telecoms. Equal weight domestic equities is recommended for the financials, consumer discretionary and consumer staples. Emerging markets will lead the global economy, the firm's strategists said, noting it expects both the United States and Europe to grow at a slow pace, however no double-dip recession is expected.

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