Dow Jones Industrial is not afraid of collapse after McDonald’s income and Honeywell up

The DJIA lost trading volumes, but can grow

In brief: Dow Jones Industrial Average lost a foothold in the early trading the U.S. stock market today, but McDonald's has offered to help the bulls.

The DJIA lost a few points in early trading the U.S. stock market. The first moments of frustration brought Dow Jones Industrial Average buyers, but after growth McDonald’s stock has changed for the better.

In addition, Honeywell profit surpassed analysts’ expectations in the second quarter. Honeywell U.S. corporation that produces electronic control systems and automation, has published data on the growth of sales and profits in the second quarter of this year. Net income rose to $ 468 million, or 60 cents a share, compared with $ 450 million, or 60 cents a share, a year earlier. Analysts expected a profit of 57 cents per share. Sales rose 7.9% to $ 8.16 billion compared with $ 7.6 billion for the same period last year.

Igor Tringlers
2010-07-23 14:08, Economics.

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One comment к “Dow Jones Industrial is not afraid of collapse after McDonald’s income and Honeywell up”

  1. idiots in charge Says:

    wrong again and upir English not improving.
    The market fears nothing it is an inanimate concept. The market is a fact, in motion. Two things make it move: Up = more buyers than sellers. Down = more sellers that buyers.
    simple as that. A trade happens when one person thinks a stock is too high and another thinks it is too low. one will be right the other will be wrong. That what makes a horse race.

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