Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Chancellor’

Dow Jones Industrial Average will try to rally in order to avoid collapse

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average will start bidding with growth against a background of positive data from China. Rising Asian stock market may provide investors with new hope. At the same time, there remains the danger a collapse Dow Jones Industrial index. Meanwhile, demand for risky assets recovered due to improved economic expectations in the world, which greatly contributed to the recent macro statistics from Asia, as well as voiced by Ben Bernanke forecasts for economic growth the United States.

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Stock market today: Dow Jones Industrial Average works like a jackhammer

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

U.S. stock market is much stronger today. The level of support Dow Jones Industrial from bulls growing with each passing minute. Start trading on the U.S. stock market started with the growth of the NYSE and NASDAQ. Dow Jones Industrial rose 28.65 points (0.29%), and took a mark 9,968.63 points. Good statistics from U.S. supprots stock market greatly. American manufacturer of telecommunication and network equipment Ciena reported a net loss for the second quarter ending April 30 with a $ 90 million or 97 cents a share, compared with $ 503.2 million, or $ 5.53 per share a year earlier.

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Germany isn’t ready for new financial problems

Monday, June 7th, 2010

The Government of Germany has taken unprecedented for a country program for which the year 2014, intends to save the budget about 80 billion euros. Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel called the measures “power and non-alternative. By 2014 the country will save about 80 billion euros.

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Forecast: euro exchange rate is under strong pressure

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Exchange rate euro can not overcome the psychological factor. The euro is continuing, and the dollar strengthens against the background of European chaos and recession. The once mighty euro has recently reached a four-year low against the dollar may continue to fall regardless of whether it will be successful attempts to European leaders to tame rebellious debt crisis. The currency has fallen almost 4% against the dollar, and analysts predict it inevitable bleak future for the coming months, had stunted the economic problems in the region. If the recession will not be too harsh, it will likely not bring Europe into trouble.

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In pursuit of European bonds

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

On Friday, May 14 at the European government bond market initiative, the second consecutive day, owned bulls. Excessive demand for protective assets increased against a background of speculation about the fact that Greece fails to pay their debts. That view, in particular, the head of Deutsche Bank Josef Ackermann, who declared that for the full repayment of its debts, Greece should make “unbelievable effort.” Statement by J. Ackerman served as the impetus for the beginning of active purchases of German and French bonds.

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Forecast exchange rate euro: survive or go into hiding?

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

The exchange rate euro set another historical low. Will the single currency to exist in 10 years? Now the question is even harder to answer than three months ago, when the leaders of the European Union gathered in Brussels for the first time to make threatening gestures with his finger and give the markets of Greece dim promise of “unity” in the event of financial difficulties. Exchange rate euro falls faster and faster. Do not underestimate the political will to preserve the single currency. Indeed, since February, the EU restores power. But the domestic crisis is growing even faster.

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European economy is set for shock therapy

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is not joking when promised market shock therapy in a series of measures aimed at curbing the sovereign debt crisis. Europe received Bazooka, which had always dreamed of former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paulson. Germany’s Chancellor Merkel and President of the European Central Bank’s Trichet responsible for its reliability. What are the implications for the liquidity and solvency? For the single currency and U.S. dollar?

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Rate of the European currency continues to fall, the EU is trying to help

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

The rate of the single european currency are trying to save. The euro exchange rate over the past few days has collapsed to a record low. “General mobilization” to “reflect the attack on the euro” was announced by the country euro zone. This was explained by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, following a crisis summit of Heads of State and Government of 16 countries of the EU, united by a common currency.

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Volcano in Iceland changed everything

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland changed all the plans of ordinary passengers and VIP guests. They all are changing plans because of the volcanic eruption in Iceland. For example, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel was unable to return home. Her plane was flying from the U.S. to Germany, but was forced to change its route from behind the clouds of volcanic ash. As a result, Merkel airline landed in Lisbon instead of the planned landing in Berlin.

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Volcano in Iceland threatens lifes of European people

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland brings new problems. Europe expects to lift the ban on flights, and wait for the opposite: as reported by the observers, a volcanic eruption under the glacier Eyyafyatlayokudl increased. Volcanic ash reached an altitude of 8.5 km, although not previously been raised above 6 km. Moreover, the particles of ash began to jump on the ground.

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