Dow Jones Industrial Average is trying survive in the red zone

DJIA is kept in the red zone, but the support from the bulls is increasing

In brief: Pharmacies supported Dow Jones and Stock Market: Rite Aid has published data on the smaller quarterly loss.

Dow Jones did not keep the first onslaught of the bears and went into minus. Red Zone pulled Dow Jones Industrial Average as a magnet. At the time Dow Jones Industrial conducts trading in the stock market at the level of 10,256.72 points. The overall negative for the blue chip index was -36.80 points (-0.36%).

At the same time, Good news does come from the pharmaceutical industry: Largest U.S. national drugstore chain Rite Aid published data on the smaller than expected, losses for the first quarter. Net loss totaled $ 76 million, or 9 cents per share, compared with $ 98.5 million, or 11 cents a year earlier paper. Analysts expected losses of 14 cents per share. Forecast for damages for 2011 fiscal year remained unchanged from 41 to 65 cents per share.

Ukrainian Globalist
2010-06-23 15:54, Economics.

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