Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘American Petroleum Institute’

Forecast: The DJIA goes up into the sky higher and higher

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Ben Bernanke’s biannual report has disappointed markets yesterday, but the Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to gather strength in his fist and grow to very large marks. The DJIA is at 10,326.38 points, Dow index rose 05.85 (2.03%). This growth rate was a record for Dow Jones this summer. The main ideas expressed by the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve, concluded that the uncertainty in the U.S. economy remains “unusually high”, there is no source of growth in household incomes and hence demand, which leads to a difficult situation on the labor market.

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Dollar index and oil prices continue rally today

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Oil prices do not cease to grow the entire trading today. Oil futures Brent and Light Sweet traded in the positive zone. Prices of oil futures have risen since the beginning of the day by about 0.5%, after the day before they fell in one day at 3% and for the first two weeks have been established below the level of 76 dollars per barrel.

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Oil prices rise sharply today

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Bulls continue to increase trading volumes of oil. Oil prices are rising today. Oil futures Brent and Light Sweet traded significantly higher than the $ 75 per barrel. While remaining in the last few hours in the positive zone. At the time oil prices oil of futures transactions are ($ / bbl.): – Light, Sweet Crude Oil (July) – 75.85 (0.73) with a range of quotations 74,62-76,03; – IPE Brent Crude (July) – 76,19 (0.99) with a range of quotations 74,79-76,26.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average may play dead on the background of oil prices growth

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average falls in early trading on the U.S. stock market. The negative statistics from the Eurozone countries and the collapse in Asian stock markets provokes minus the U.S. market. Dow Jones Industrial increases by 0.39%, trading volume remains low. Everything depends on oil prices.

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Oil prices tend to minus

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Oil prices have not been able to maintain a positive trend. Oil futures Brent and Light Sweet traded in negative zone below 73 dollars per barrel. At the moment the price of oil futures transactions were ($ / bbl.): Light, Sweet Crude Oil (July) – 72.36 (-0.22) with the range of quotations 71,76-72,94; IPE Brent Crude (July) – 72.60 (-0.11) in the range of quotations 72,06-73,10.

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Oil prices: Forecast 2010

Sunday, May 30th, 2010

2010 will not be good for oil. Oil prices could fall on Friday even stronger, but the support of the oil market has had a positive makrostatistika in the United States, notes senior analyst “Zerich Capital Management Victor Markov. As recalled by the expert, the price of oil and oil products on the basis of trades fell. At the InterContinental Exchange Futures in London, the price of futures Brent crude for delivery in July was $ 69.55 (- $ 1.62) per barrel. On the New York Mercantile Exchange in New York the price of oil varieties Light Sweet Crude for delivery in July was $ 68.75 (- $ 1.46) per barrel.

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Oil prices have stopped in falling

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Oil prices since the beginning of the day recovering from almost continuous decline in the past three weeks,. Today in trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) futures on U.S. light crude (Light Sweet) came close to a mark 71 dollars / barrel. At the close of the day before the official price of the most active contract on the NYMEX was 68.75 dollars per barrel. In part, the oil helps quotation returning to the markets of interest to cheapened risky assets. European stocks today confidently grow, futures on stock indexes traded in the U.S. as black.

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Oil prices are falling fast

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Prices for oil futures Brent and Light Sweet continues to decline, while the cost of the main contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) fell below $ 68 per barrel. On the eve of futures on U.S. light crude on the NYMEX closed at 70.21 dollars per barrel.

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Oil prices have surprised a bear pack

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Oil prices on world markets continue to grow after 5-day fall. Over the previous two weeks, prices for “black gold” fell by nearly 20% amid fears that the Greek debt crisis may prevent the restoration of the global economy. Quotations of futures on U.S. light crude oil (Light Sweet) in New York handled today in a mark in $ 72 per barrel.

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Oil prices are looking for support

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Oil futures Brent and Light Sweet today traded in the various vectors after the previous day on the NYMEX crude oil prices dropped by 0,6% – to 76.37 dollars per barrel. against a background of doubt about the stabilization mechanism of the EU the volume of nearly 1 trillion dollars.

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