Dow Jones Industrial falls into the abyss of new problems

Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to strive to minimize

In brief: Dow Jones Industrial Average could not resist the bearish trend in the U.S. stock market. Dow Jones continues to fall in the second half of the session.

New challenges of the local level in the U.S. forced Dow Jones Industrial Average go down lower and lower. Dow Jones Industrial started the day on stock trades in the U.S. with an excellent trend. Growth Dow Jones index reached 0.43% in the first few minutes, but after half an hour bears took control of the market. The reason for this was bad news from Europe.

The stock markets of the Old World trades have ended in the negative zone for all the major indexes. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 23.96 points, at 9955.93 during midday trading. Wall Street had been hit hard on Friday after US employment figures were weaker than expected. The other cause was European problem with default awating. Now Dow is falling rapidly. Investors began to get nervous after it became aware of the feedback of Chrysler cars from the U.S. market. Another bad factor was the fall of stock market indexes UK and Germany. Bulls lament the lack of shoulder support.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-06-07 19:08, Economics.

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