Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘America’

Greece is richer than the U.S.?

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Global financial markets are still shaking in all modes at the thought of a possible Greek defaulted. Yields on long-term government bonds in Greece by 700 basis points over similar Treasury securities yields USA. Thus, it seems that in America things are much better than in Greece. Unfortunately, it has nothing to do with the truth. Greek debt represents 120% of vnturennego GDP, twice more than in the U.S..


The DJIA to fly away: Bernanke said it is necessary, the Senate said yes

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Ben was unable to prevent the growth of Dow Jones Industrial Average today. The DJIA is at 10,314.43 points, gaining +193.90 (1.92%) since the beginning of the trading session. Bristol-Myers was marked record growth today. Meanwhile, at yesterday’s hearing in the U.S. Senate Federal Reserve head Ben Bernanke clearly signaled to lawmakers that talked about the victory over the recession is premature. Describing the current economic moment, the main financier of America used the phrase unusual uncertain, which can be translated as extraordinary uncertainty.


International Energy Agency: who devour the earth energy?

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

China surpassed the U.S. consumption of energy and became its largest customer, notes the report of the International Energy Agency (IEA). One of the key factors in this process was a huge population of China, which is four times the U.S. population, as well as the growing popularity of consumer goods among the Chinese.


Dow Jones Industrial is ready for great rally, but the threat of crumple remains today

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

U.S. Stock market opens after 3 days of leave. U.S. Independence Day suspends unsuccessful bid last week, but the yield of statistics took place yesterday. Dow Jones bulls react to positive data on futures trading, the level of support for the DJIA is an average against the sluggish trading in Europe and the mixed index dynamics in the Asian region.


The Dow Jones Industrial collapse is a harbinger of a terrible crisis in the U.S.

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

The collapse of the Dow Jones Industrial Average becoming the new omen of an early start of the next wave of financial crisis in the U.S.. Dow Jones Industrial approaching the mark of 9,895.47 points. Losses for the Dow Index reached -243.05 (-2.40%). Facts speak louder than all that the U.S. economy in the way of the second bottom, of course it is up to him have not yet got. Of course, the various signals may be false, and perhaps this time everything will be different. But reality says otherwise.


Obama, Cameron and oil spill

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

So now we have a statement of the president Barack Obama. His anger at the situation with BP does not have a nothing personal. Just business. In a conversation held with British Prime Minister, David Cameron, the American president said that his obvious desire to find the one who “Pour on the first number in BP, totally not a manifestation of anti-British sentiments. The president’s words, of course, encouraging. But the situation with BP was a sad reminder that for the widely advertised “special relationship” between the U.S. and Britain hidden mutual hatred, ready to boil over at the first emergency.


Dow Jones Industrial Average will complete the day with collapse or a sharp increase

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average reached 10,149.86 points after a sharp fall in early trading the U.S. stock market. G-8 summit and the G-20 ended with a solemn promise to the leaders of the largest economies in the world to mend budget hole by half by 2013 the ninth year, and eventually to stabilize the budget (I mean to drive the deficit to 3% of frame) in 2016. Stock markets react to the summit meeting of the volatile, Dow Jones Industrial Average rising slightly. DJIA is strong today, – as the experts say.


Dow Jones Industrial and S & P 500 are falling into the red abyss

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Trading on the stock market scare Dow Jones mixed dynamics today. The set of statistics from Europe, Asia and America look rather grim for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. IHS Global Insight say about the loss of world leadership in the production of consumer goods from the U.S.. This statement will be a bad signal for the DJIA and S & P 500 today. Dow index starts trading at around 10,293.52 points. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ( DJIA ) was hammered for a 149-point loss yesterday, and the DJIA enters today trading below a 50% retracement of its 2010 high and low.


NYSE: all the hopes lie on the Dow Jones Industrial today

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average may be the flagship for trading on the U.S. stock market today. Dow Jones begins trading at the level of 10,450.64 points. Analysts expect, that Dow index would rise to the level of 10,550.00 U.S. stock market closed Friday negligible growth. Major purchases were concentrated in the securities of banks and commodity companies.


British Petroleum and Obama: criminal deception

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Corruption is not a private know-how in Eastern Europe. Impudent schemes are pushing the very eyes of the amazed public dollars. In accordance with the laws of the United States a penalty for a barrel of oil spill to commercial companies can be from 1400 to 2500 dollars. Each day the platform was destroyed British Petroleum spewing from 1,7 to 2,5 million barrels of oil. Do we not good reason to pick up the calculator and calculate how much is actually worth paying British Petroleum?