Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Economist’

U.S. GDP growth to slow down

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

The professor of economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business Nouriel Roubini believes that in the third quarter U.S. GDP growth won’t exceed 1%. The economist evaluates the chances of a repeated recession at 40%. One can hardly question Roubini’s estimates, but how could they help to make money with such forecasts?

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Free trade and US new financial reform: myths

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Financial reform is coming to the U.S.. To understand what happens let’s look back. Last year in New York held a debate entitled “Politics” buy American / hire Americans – two-edged sword “, was attended by several hundred people. Then the three defenders of free trade to the challenge of three known protectionists, who often flash across our television screens. Initially it was assumed that the outcome of the voting audience of supporters of free trade lose to a team: 45% to 55%.

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Dow Jones Industrial climbed higher and higher as the FTSE 100 won 1% today

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average has prevented all attempts to impose a bear trend. Dow index is at around 9,918.45 points, having won 174.83 points (1.79%) for the last day. DJIA rising steadily against the background of recent statements by Chinese officials and the successful closing of European stock exchanges. European stocks have grown up to the auction on Wednesday 7 July. Shares of banks were on the rise in anticipation of information on methods for stress tests. BP shares have risen in price thanks to speculation of a sale of the share of Arab investors. Pan-European Stoxx Europe 600 index rose by 1.3% to 246.06 points, Britain’s FTSE 100 – has increased by 1% to 5015 points, Germany’s DAX – on 0,8% to 5993 points, the French CAC-40 – for 1,7 % to 3483 points.

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Stoxx Europe 600 fell down today, as Commerzbank and Credit Agricole have new problems

Monday, July 5th, 2010

European stocks fell amid concern over the economic outlook. Trading volume was quite low due to the fact that the U.S. now trades do not take place because of the holiday on the occasion of Independence Day. Pan-European Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 0.2% to 236.88 points, the British FTSE 100 – on 0,3% to 4,823.53 points, Germany’s DAX – on 0,3% to 5,816.20 points, the French CAC-40 – by 0,5% to 3,332.46 points.

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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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Nasdaq, DJIA and S & P 500 have collapsed at the beginning of a new quarter

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

DJIA continues to weaken against the negative statistics. Bulls cleared shoulder support for Dow index at the beginning of the trading session. Trading in U.S. stock indices ended lower. The pressure on the market has had a series of negative macroeconomic data published in recent days. As a result of trading the index of “blue chips” Dow Jones Industrial Average fell to 41.5681 points or 0.43%, to 9732 points. The index of wide market S & P 500 closed down fall to 3.34 points or 0.32%, at around 1027 points. “High-tech” Nasdaq Composite closed lower at 7.88 points or 0.37% at around 2101 points.

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Roosevelt made a fatal mistake: the future of the dollar

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

Dollar may fall to a record low by the end of this year. This assumption is expressed most European economists. The exchange rate of the dollar, which is at a high level may fall a few days. The future of the dollar in the hands of China. Franklin Roosevelt made a mistake, but not stimulating the economy through public spending, and listening to the advice advocates reducing the deficit during his second campaign. As a result, the U.S. economy returned to a recession.

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Forecast: Dow Jones Industrial Average and the future of the euro

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average stands at around 10,272.59 points. Falling Dow Dzhones a little more than -20 points or -0.20%. Analysts have hope for the growth of Dow Jones Industrial Average at the end of auction. So, in the last day decline in the euro stalled. Yesterday afternoon data on the business climate index germanskomu IFO, showing growth instead of the expected decline, supported the euro. And then a substantial drop did not happen even though the yield poor statistics on sales of homes on the secondary market in the U.S., the euro showed a minimum of only 1.2244.

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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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Italy, Greece and Spain begin to freeze wages

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

On the streets of the Old World is hot, but Europe freezes. Greece, Italy and Spain have started to freeze wages in the public sector. Hungary freeze government spending. Not without reductions – cut jobs, social benefits, state and local budgets. The race on the road to strict financial savings kicked off when the markets began agitation against the background of the financial situation in several European countries, starting with Greece.

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