Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Bank of England’

FTSE 100 falls as Barclays (LON: BARC) and Xstrata (LON: XTA) move into the red abyss

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

The British stock market is in a deep red. Bears captured the market from the start bidding. FTSE 100 index tumbled to 5,290.13 points, giving the bears -86.28 (-1.60%). Barclays PLC (LON: BARC) is near its lowest level 323.20 points, losing -10.45 (-3.13%).

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Recession in the UK: the history repeating…

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

In 1970 I was 6 years old and I remember very little of that time. The collapse of the Beatles walked me to a party, as well as the football World Cup in 1970, and I have only vague memories of that year held a general election, when a Mr. Heath has changed some of Mr. Wilson. The only event that made an indelible impression on me, was the first manned landing on the moon. I still remember those grainy photographs taken in 1969 when Neil Armstrong uttered his now famous words. Then I decided that I would be an astronaut. Then I grew up.

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The Bank of England leaves the economy floating

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

Bank Aglii remains true to tradition. The Committee on Monetary Policy Bank of England on the results of its July meeting is expected to leave key interest rate and program buying bonds unchanged: the rate will remain at 0.5%, and program buying bonds – at 200 billion pounds. Most economists expect that rates will remain unchanged until the beginning of 2012. However, their views on the program asset purchases, continue to disagree.

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Foreign exchange rates today: Pound to dollar falls against the terrible UK data

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Foreign exchange trading is under the sign of the dollar today. Pound / dollar fell against the background of disappointing data from the UK, which, according to currency analysts BNP Paribas, signaling that the economic situation in the UK is deteriorating. Symptoms of anxiety are observed in respect of the housing market, decreasing the number of approved applications for mortgages in May and a low index of house prices Nationwide.

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UK economy may fall back into recession

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

UK economy is currently in a stage of moderate recovery, though it is still possible for it to fall back into recession, said one of the Bank of England’s seniors Adam Posen this Wednesday.

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The threat of collapse: Dow Jones Industrial can grow at the end of trading

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

DJIA avoids collapse, but the weak last data make a pressure. Weak housing data weighed on the stock market as investors awaited word from the Federal Reserve on its latest interest-rate decision and the outlook for the U.S. economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which entered Wednesday’s trading on a two-day losing streak, held steady just after the open but recently turned lower, trading down 22 points, or 0.2%, to 10271, hurt by declines of more than 1% each in Caterpillar, Cisco, DuPont, Intel, General Electric, Chevron and Microsoft.

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The stock market today: Dow Jones Industrial has collapsed early

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

The stock market remains in a negative trend today. Dow index is going down to 10,257.78 points. Trading in Europe ended lower indicators within 1%. In the U.S., the fall has increased to 1,6%. Dow Jones Industrial finished the day deep in the red zone. Analysts expect further decline in Dow Jones Industrial today. The pressure on the market have weak data from secondary housing market and falling prices for black gold. Stock exchanges in Asia today are also showing pessimism, Nikkei lost nearly 2%. Futures on the indexes in the U.S. plus 0.25%. Oil prices continue to fall (-0.6% to 77,6 dollars / Brent), precious metals have shown mixed dynamics within 1%. The exception is nickel contracts traded slightly above yesterday’s closing.

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Currency rates: The Bank of England helped the pound to rise against the euro and the dollar

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

The British pound reacted growth to publish the protocol of the June meeting of the Bank of England, where 7 out of 8 members of the monetary policy voted for retention rates at the same level, with the exception of Sentence, which voted for a hike to 0.25%. Pound / dollar rose above $ 1.4880, and the execution stops on her breakthrough allowed to reach a pair of $ 1.4900.

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Exchange rates today: Pound begins to rise to the euro and to the U.S.

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Foreign exchange rates puts pressure on the pound in Britain today. GBP remains in the green zone, but grows slowly. Pound suffered a small wave of sales during Friday’s trading after reaching the monthly maximum, but the movement has not found continue. Meanwhile, published reports were more optimistic than we expected.

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Stock markets today: Dow Jones Industrial, gold price and U.S. dispute with China

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Stock markets could bring a lot of surprises today. Gold price and Dow Jones have become flagships of the markets last week. Support and confidence of buyers for the gold and blue-chip Dow Jones was huge. Last week, the U.S. and China entered into a dispute about the import, export and exchange rates. Dow Jones Industrial Average was able to grow to a peak of 10,450.64 points last time. The level of growth was +16.47 points (0.16%). Gold has set an absolute record of the year … World trade is returned in an era when it was not private, and public business, and most important source of national sovereignty served as gold.

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