Swiss Exports Drop Putting Pressure On SNB.Fundamental Headlines • Fed Official Sees Second-Half Recovery- Wall Street Journal • Calif. Deal Closes $26 Billion Deficit- Wall Street Journal • Drug groups to reap swine-flu billions- Financial Times • CIT n. 1. A citizen; an inhabitant of a city; a pert townsman; - used contemptuously.
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- Emerson. $3 Billion Bondholder Rescue May Not Prove Permanent Cure for Lender- Bloomberg • Stocks Rise on Earnings Forecasts; Credit-Default Swaps Decline, Yen Gains- Bloomberg USDCHF - The June Swiss trade balance report showed the country's surplus shrank to 1.57 billion from 2.0 billion as weak global demand continues to put pressure on exports which fell by 2.6%. On a positive note imports rose by 3.8% after a 4.9% drop in May which could be a sign that domestic demand is improving. Nevertheless, the Swiss economy is dependent on exports and the lack of demand for its goods will continue to lead to more layoffs. The SNB SNB Snowboard
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