tutti temono le "buone notizie" - gz
By: GZ on Giovedì 20 Marzo 2003 20:02
Al momento tutti temono le "buone notizie".
Cioè hanno paura a vendere per poi ritrovarsi che un ora dopo risulti vero che ad es Saddam sia stato colpito ieri sera nell'attacco mirato con cui hanno tentato di prenderlo
Tu puoi avere ragione sulla scenario generale negativo o sull'indicatore tecnico negativo o quello che ti pare, ma se arriva la notizia di Saddam colpito o di reparti dell'esercito che lo tradiscono o dei campi petroliferi occupari nel nord il mercato fa un balzo e basta
Gli indicatori tecnici sono belli, ma di questi giorni i veri indicatori tecnici sono le conferenze stampa del pentagono o le notizie che passano su dow jones, reuters o ansa
tipo questa che ha risollevato di diversi punti gli s&p e se ne arriva un altra dello stesso tenore li spinge a 880 anche se siamo ipercomprati
US Sees Iraq Leaders Impaired But TV Shows Saddam
WASHINGTON (AP)--U.S. intelligence picked up early signs the Iraqi leadership
might be incapacitated or out of communication with military field commanders
who failed to muster a coordinated response after a dawn Thursday strike on a
suspected Saddam Hussein hideout, government officials said.
But Iraqi television showed pictures of Saddam at a meeting with other Iraqi
The officials, who spoke to The Associated Press only on condition of
anonymity, said it was too early to determine whether Saddam and his sons were
caught in the dawn attack, but there was growing optimism the strike had left
the Iraqi leadership in disarray.
Early intelligence reports suggested Iraq's leadership wasn't organizing any
coordinated response to the U.S attack, suggesting the Iraqi regime might be in
chaos or cut off from the military.
There was no coordination in security and military efforts around Baghdad and
the rest of the country, the officials said.
Military officials "believe it is significant that there is a lack of
coordination and significant resistance to what we did," one official said.
"It's little things here and there. Some individual commanders are hunking
down while others are launching small attacks and setting fires," the official
At the Pentagon, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said military planners had
good reason to believe Iraqi leaders were at the site of the bombing.
"We are in communication with still more people who are officials of the
military at various levels - the regular army, the Republican Guard, the Special
Republican Guard - who are increasingly aware that it's going to happen, he's
going to be gone," Rumsfeld said.
The sources said U.S. intelligence suspected Saddam's sons, Qusai and Odai,
may have been with him during the strike on a complex where Iraqi leaders were
suspected of sleeping.
However, Iraqi television said that Saddam Hussein had met during the day with
other top Iraqi leaders.
Al-Shabab television, owned by Saddam's son Odai, reported that the Iraqi
leader met Thursday with his top aides to "review military and other measures to
resist the aggression."
It said those attending the meeting included Vice President Taha Yassin
Ramadan, Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz and Foreign Minister Naji Sabri.
Even if Saddam and his sons weren't killed, U.S. officials hoped the surprise
attack would leave them distrustful of their inner circle, suspecting betrayal
by one of their advisers.
Officials said the surprise attack was the product of a complex operation that
benefited from human intelligence, electronic spying, special military
operations and changes in technology that permitted military chiefs to quickly
reconfigure the cruise missiles for a special, pinpointed attack. The officials said the attack began with about three dozen cruise missiles that leveled the aboveground structures and which were followed up quickly by Air Force F-117 precision bunker-busting bombs that could penetrate deep into
the leadership compound.
Modificato da - gz on 3/20/2003 19:4:0