Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Bundesbank’

The DJIA can collapse on the background of the controversial closing of trades in Europe

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is falling on the background of recent statistics, the U.S. and mixed dynamics in the stock markets of the Old World. The DJIA approached the mark of 9,868.31 points. Loss from the beginning of trading amounted to about 0.02%, but the bearish trend for the Dow index continues. And now the latest news from Europe: Germany’s main stock indicators, in the course of trade fluctuated around the zero mark, completed the session in a small black. The results of the auction to provide a three-month ECB loans to European banks showed investors a relatively favorable.

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Currency exchange rate today: euro falls, dollar is rising, pound is at a standstill

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Private markets in the U.S. and the UK provided an excellent atmosphere of tranquility and lazy fluctuations in the currency market. Of course, the absence of a large number of players could lead to high volatility, but nothing like this has happened, except for the weakening of the yen in response to political developments in Japan. Nevertheless, we expect that in the near future the dollar will retain its status as the most popular currencies, given the uncertainty about global economic prospects.

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