Dow Jones Industrial Average is trying to grow on the bones of Europe

Dow Jones Industrial Average may fall down because of bad cars and European crisis

In brief: Terrible news from the Eurozone and the massive withdrawal of American cars makes Dow Jones Industrial Average falling.

Dow Jones Industrial Average continue trading at the U.S. stock market in the green zone, then in the red zone. At this point in time collapse Dow Jones Industrial was replaced by some growth. Stock trading in Europe ended in the fall of the major indexes amid fears of investors about the financial crisis in several countries of the Old World.

Pull quotes from the red zone could not even post on the growth of manufacturing orders was higher than analysts’ forecasts. As a result of trading the British FTSE 100 fell to 5069.06 points (-1.11%), French CAC 40 – to 3413.72 points (-1.21%), German DAX – up 5904.95 (-0.57% ). Pan-European FTSEUROFIRST 300 fell to 990.49 points (-0.81%). Sad news came from the U.S. automotive sector. The U.S. automaker Chrysler withdraws a total of about 600,000 vehicles in connection with various malfunctions in several models. It will be withdrawn 284,831 minivans models Chrysler Town and Country and Grand Caravan 2008 – 2009. issue in connection with problems that can cause a short circuit in the lock the sliding door. At 288,968 units of model Jeep Wrangler 2007-2010 years. release can be observed leaking brake fluid. It should be noted that these cases are in addition to Friday’s recall of 25,336 cars models Dodge Caliber and Jeep Compass, 2007, in which the observed problems with faulty gas pedal.

Ukrainian Globalist
2010-06-07 17:34, Economics.

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