Dow Jones is looking for new highs after a long weekend

Dow Jones overthrow the bears government

In brief: Stock trades in the United States were closed yesterday. The reason was Memorial Day in the country. Today, Dow Jones will attempt to win back losses Friday.

Today’s bid should specify the overall tone of a new trading week. Analysts and experts believe in stabilization of the market after three days off. Dow Jones remains the undisputed leader in the early futures trading on the U.S. stock market. At the same time, the bears are preparing to play against the background of negative statistics from Europe and the problems of China. Dow Jones is a mark of 10,136.63 points to the opening of tenders.

Stock trades in the U.S. on May 31 were not carried out in connection with Remembrance Day, celebrated annually on the last Monday in May in memory of all deceased citizens of the United States. Initially, honored the dead in the Civil War, but now it is Memorial Day all died in all wars. Officially, the holiday was proclaimed on May 5th 1868. Gen. John Logan and was first celebrated on 30 May 1868. when flowers were laid at the grave of Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery. The American Stock Exchange will resume work today – June 1, 2010. The previous trading session on May 28 this year closed decreasing leading indexes: the Dow Jones index dropped by 122.36 points (-1.19%) – up to 10,136.63 points, the index S & P – at 13.65 points (-1.24%) – up to 1089.41 points, Index Nasdaq – by 20.64 points (-0.91%) – up to 2,257.04 points.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-06-01 08:34, Economics.

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