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RBS Round Up: 13 December 2010

RBS Round Up: 13 December 2010

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Equity Structured Products and Warrants
This material has been produced by RBS sales and trading staff and should not be considered independent.
The Round Up
13 December 2010
Issue No. 462
The Round Up is a comprehensivedaily note produced by the RBSWarrants team providing an overviewof market movements along withquality ideas for warrant traders andinvestors.
Daily Monitor
Global Market Action
Scoreboard, commentary
Aussie Market Action
SPI Comment, Events & Dividends
Equinox Minerals (EQNKZB) MINI Trading Buy 20.5% stake in CGGthrough
BHP Billiton (BHPKZJ) MINI Trading Buy
Deploying the cash
Origin Energy (ORGKZC) MINI Trading Buy
Cashflow set to surgeAustralian Strategy Monthly Market Review - November 2010
Equity Structured Products and Warrants
Overnight Commentary
United States Commentary
Better than expected eco data from both on and offshore coupled with comments from the Commerce Department thatthe US trade deficit had narrowed saw US indices stronger across the board Friday. GE added 3.4% after raising itsdividend for the second time this year while JPMorgan, BOA and Amex added 1% to 1.5%. National Semiconductor shed7.8% after reporting weaker than expected sales numbers while a number of stocks rallied into their addition to the 500on Friday. Volumes were lower than average which will continue to be a theme as we near Christmas.
United Kingdom and Europe Commentary
UK -
The FTSE managed a slight gain Friday as strong Chinese import data sparked demand for miners. Howevervolumes were lower than average with fears of further Chinese interest rate rises setting a cautious undertone.Vedanta was best on ground, adding 3.2%, as copper hovered near all time highs while ENRC, Xstrata and RIO added0.4% to 2.9%. Banks returned some of the previous sessions gains with Barclays and Standard Chartered shedding1.4% and 2.6% with the latter hampered by broker downgrade. Diageo added 1% as it was rumoured they were in talkswith a Turkish firm in hopes of capturing some earnings within the emerging markets.
Equity Structured Products and Warrants
Commodities Commentary
Last % MoveGOLD 1391 0.50%OIL 87.79 -0.70%NI 23919 1.60% AL 2289 -1.30%ZN 2274 -1.10%CU 8990 0.40%CRB -0.40%
SPI Commentary
The SPI traded up 4 pts to 4759. Open at 4755 with a high of 4763 and a low of 4730. Volume 31,786. Overnight the SPI traded up 12pts to 4771.
SPI Intraday SPI Daily
*SPI report taken from the 9:50am open to the 4:30pm close on the previous trading day. Charts taken from IRESS 
Upcoming Economic Events for the Week
NAB Business Confidence 
PPI, FOMC Rates decision
Westpac Consumer Confidence 
Consumer Inflation Expectation
Housing Starts, Initial Jobless
*Dates are indicative only and may change 

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