Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Conference Board’

The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) falls faster as the DJIA lost point by point

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average goes into the red zone against the background of the fall of The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) shares. DJIA shows no signs of life and trading volumes are reduced. Poor records and reports do not provide Dow Jones Industrial rise above. Conference Board released a report stating that the index of consumer confidence in the country in July 2010. decreased compared to the previous month at 3.9 points and totaled 50.4 points, which did not meet analysts’ forecasts.

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The stock market today: Nikkei 225 and Hang Seng Index will be exposed to bearish trend

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

The stock market remains volatile after a controversial U.S. trading. Trades in the stock exchanges in Asia will show the fall of quotations on the background of the outcome of trading in the U.S., disappointing macroeconomic data. Nikkei 225 and Hang Seng Index will fight for the green zone. Nikkei 225 has a greater chance of recovery than the Hang Seng index, which depends on the mood of industrialists.

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The threat of collapse remains, until the DJIA is trying to find the maximum point

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is trying to continue the tremendous climb to new peak today. The DJIA crossed the mark 10,319.54 points, gaining just over 199, or 1.97%. Bears stop the pressure and retreating. At the same time:

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The threat of collapse remains, but Dow Jones Industrial overcomes the negative trend

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average recovered after a negative trend. The level of support for the Dow index rising. Dow Jones Industrial is 9,869.78 points, losing -0.52 (-0.01%), ,while the S & P rose by 1.53 points (0.15%) – up to 1,042.92 points and the index Nasdaq – by 8.5 points (0.4%) – up to 2,143.84 point. Stock trading USA opened mostly higher leading indexes, playing the loss of the previous trading session, which resulted in the Dow Jones index sank 2.65% on.

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The DJIA collapse and U.S. stocks nearest future

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

The Dow Jones Industrial Average collapsed on 2,65-3,85% along with the other major U.S. indexes yesterday. This happened due to a wave of sales that has swept all the world’s stock exchanges this Tuesday. The main adverse event of the day was the news about the state of the Chinese economics.

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3% is the cruel fate for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and oil prices

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average close to 3% loss per day. Dow index is 9,843.02 points, losing almost 300 points per day (-2.91%). At the same time, with the Dow Jones Industrial fall and major European stock indices. European stocks crumbled on the basis of trading on Tuesday amid concern slowing economic growth in China, but also because of the negative data on the U.S. economy, according to data exchanges.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: the threat of further collapse increases

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average index is the most vulnerable in the global stock market. Dow Jones Industrial dropped to mark 9,910.21 points, losing -228.31 (-2.25%). So, the stock trades in the U.S. opened on 29 June 2010. the fall of leading indexes. On the mood of the players today to tell a message that the index Standard & Poor’s / Case-Shiller, reflecting the cost of housing in 20 U.S. metropolitan areas, in April 2010. increased by 0,8% on a monthly basis. At the same time in the past six months, this figure decreased. The rise in prices, analysts said, reflects the desire of the “buy” property in the country until the termination of tax benefits for housing, expired in late April 2010.

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Collapse… Dow Jones Industrial is attempting to climb out of the deepest minus

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average could fall to 0.5% by the end of trading, say the Open Knowledge analysts. Stocks and interest rates tumbled Tuesday after signs of slowing economies around the world spooked traders. The Dow Jones industrial average (DJIA-9,895.09-243.43-2.40%) fell about 230 points in midday trading to drop below 10,000 for the first time since June 10. The Dow and other major indexes each lost more than 2 per cent.

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The DJIA collapse and the beginning of the second wave of crisis

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average fell victim to a combination of circumstances today. Fears about the pace of global growth hit financial markets hard Tuesday, with stocks sliding and investors stampeding into the safety of the dollar and U.S. government bonds. Concerns about euro zone sovereign debt were once again partly driving the weaker sentiment, as the European Central Bank scrambled to reassure markets that Thursday’s expiration of a EUR442 billion bank-lending program won’t destabilize the financial system.

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The bad news drove a Dow Jones Industrial Average into the collapse

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones fell by 120 points (-1.19%), the index of Nasdaq – by 22.75 points (-1.24%), the index S & P – by 12,4 points (-1.16%). At the opening of stock trading in the U.S. occurred lowering the leading indexes. Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to lose about 0.1% every 5 minutes. On today’s crash showed the dynamics of futures on the leading stock market indicators are showing a decrease of more than 1%. Negative impact on investor sentiment affects the latest statistical news on the Chinese economy. According to specified data research organization Conference Board, the index of leading economic indicators rose in China in April at 0.3% rather than 1.7% reported earlier this month, causing uncertainty about the stock market players in the pace of recovery largest economy Asia.

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