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Fitch revised the outlook for global economic growth

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

International rating agency Fitch Ratings revised the outlook for global growth in 2010 upwards to 3.1% from 2,8%, which were cited in the prediction of three-month prescription. This information is covered in the next quarterly Global Economic Outlook forecast.


The second wave of recession, poor DJIA forecast and defaults in the Eurozone

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a record low yesterday. The collapse of the Dow index was a real sorrow for all the world’s stock markets. Trading on the U.S. stock market for Dow Jones Industrial Average will start with a mark 9,774.02 points, and analysts predict a further decline in DJIA. If you save the current dynamics of exchange rates and economic growth, the recent reduction in the current account deficit in the U.S. will remain in the past – debts start to grow again. On the global financial markets volatility has returned. As a result, U.S. investors seem to be again a safe haven, and the dollar strengthened against the growth in demand for U.S. assets.


Gold price rises sharply in India today

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Gold prices again rising. Metal – asylum is so called gold in recent years. Record gold prices have been awarded in India today. Quotes for gold closed with an increase in the price of the background leaving investors in the asset-seekers because of concerns about the pace of global economic recovery.


The collapse of the Dow Jones Industrial Average was prevented by Europeans

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is in the green zone. The level of support for the Dow Jones Industrial growth over the last 20 minutes. Dow Jones of 10,161.34 points. The overall level of growth for the Dow is +17.53 points (0.17%). German stock market was trading in the green zone. Investors regain the outcome of the Summit G20. In addition, the positive macroeconomic statistics for the euro area is encouraging. The growth of consumer lending in the euro area is gaining momentum in May grew by 0,2%. Data from U.S. personal income and spending also refreshed the market: in May, Americans spent more, earnings growth remained constant 0,4%.


FIFA World Cup 2010: results and economic lesson

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

FIFA World Cup 2010 showed Europe how to live. To live in a big way, western countries only need to sell their precious assets neighbors full purse. I was recently asked about how Spain should respond to the crisis. “Do not bother,” – I replied. “While they were still ahead of Honduras and Chile, we can assume that all is well.” World Cup – an old trick. Only a few countries manage to win. Some may win only when playing on their field (England in 1966, Goad and France in 1998). But someone still play where they won on every (Germany, Argentina and, if we turn to the pre-war history, Italy, Uruguay and). And only one team can not win at home, but it always wins in a foreign field. This done, the Brazilian team.


U.S. stocks: day of joy and a week of losses for the Dow Jones Industrial

Friday, June 25th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average won the fight but lost a week-long battle. Trading in the U.S. on Friday, June 25 ended primarily due to growth of stock indices shares of financial companies. Investors are pleased with the fact that concerted Senate and House of Representatives of the Draft Law on the regulation of the financial sector was not as tough as expected. But the following week, the indices fell.


JPMorgan aimed at acquiring the Brazilian hedge fund

Monday, June 21st, 2010

JPMorgan Chase is in talks over the acquisition of Brazilian hedge fund. There are some rumors at high circles that the New York bank is discussing the possibility of buying the company, under which is approximately $ 5.3 billion in assets.


Dow Jones Industrial Average: buyers’ mood becomes positive

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures trading began with the increase. Level of support for the Dow Jones Industrial Average from the bulls is increasing. The main background for the growth of index futures trading has come from Asia. On Friday, June 11, world stock markets as a whole showed positive dynamics, although the situation was not rosy. Asian markets have provided impetus to the growth of data on retail sales and industrial production in China and in Europe, the growth indices was not as noticeable on the background of the continuing concerns about the financial situation of the several States.


Europe shows the Dow Jones Industrial Average upward path

Friday, June 11th, 2010

On the U.S. stock market begins to dominate bullish trend. First began to grow Dow Jones Industrial Average, followed by NASDAQ. Psole prolonged fall in the first half of the trading session, the Dow Jones fell below 10.110 points. After this fall the bulls on the Dow Jones began to recover. Now Dow Jones is about the level of 10.140 points. So, news from Europe:


Europe kills new hope for Dow Jones Industrial rapid growth

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average could not resist bull trend because of the negative trading began in Europe and poor statistics in the Eurozone. Problems of the Chinese economy also does not give U.S. investors a good mood. Bears are most likely taking aim at the new assault on Dow Jones. Stock trades in Europe on June 2nd 2010 opened in negative area. There is a reduction of leading indices, that reacted to bad news from Japan and the USA. At the Tokyo Stock Exchange Investors sold shares today hastily, anxious statement Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama’s resignation.