Market information Tuesday October 6th 2015

Air France executives were forced to run after workers stormed into a meeting at Charles de Gaulle airport in protest at 2900 planned job cuts.

Glencore lost more than 29 percent last week. However, the stock rose a record 21 percent in London yesterday. The bonds rose and five-year credit-default swaps dropped 50 basis points. In contrast with last week when analyst thought the stock could be worthless if metal prices keep sliding.

US stocks are in track for its longest winning streak this year, growth in the economy will be strong enough to support corporate profits. Because a weaker dollar climb, overseas earnings are increasing for American multinationals.

Stocks are the most interesting investing alternative for the fourth quarter of 2015 according to the Financial Telegraph. Grow stagnation seems lower than expected in the Netherlands and the AEX rose with 3 percent in the first days of this quarter.