The stock market rose after Bernanke’s surprise announcement today

The stock market shows steady growth today

In brief: The stock market today: Ben Bernanke suggested the SEC how to grow properly.

The stock market began to grow steadily today. Asian stock markets on Tuesday, June 8, showing the most growth of quotations on a background in commodity prices, exchange rates, as well as the statements of the U.S. Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke, who reassured investors about the economic recovery of the United States. It should be recalled, that trading in the United States on Monday ended in the fall of stock indices.

In the course of trading observed in mixed trends against the backdrop of conflicting news from Europe and the U.S., but in the last 30 minutes of trading established downward trend. Index of Asia-Pacific MSCI rose 0.5% to 110.19 points at 11:07 in Tokyo. The Australian Index S & P / ASX 200 gained 1.1%. Straits Times index in Singapore rose by 0,2%. New Zealand Stock Exchange lost 1.3%. The Tokyo Stock Exchange following a morning session of the Nikkei index rose 35.47 points (0.37%) and at 9 556.27 points, Topix index gained 1.13 points. The yen is currently trading at 91.84 – 91.86 for one U.S. dollar (0.37). At the moment the main index KOSPI Korean Stock Exchange rose by 0.92% (14.99 points), now he is 1 652.96 points. On the mood of the players affected, and macroeconomic data. Thus, the monetary aggregate M2 in Japan grew by 3,1% in May compared with the previous month. Analysts expected an increase in rate by 2,8%. Recall that in April of monetary aggregate gained 2,9% in monthly terms. Bank lending in the country decreased by 2,1% in May compared with the same period last year. Recall that in April, this figure fell to 1,8% in annual terms. Account surplus in Japan declined in April to 0.448 trillion. yen and reached 1.242 trillion. ¥ 1.340 trillion in the forecast. yen. Recall that in March the figure reached 1.77 trillion. yen.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-06-08 03:27, Economics.

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