Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘European government’

The exchange rate euro fell all day long

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Exchange rate euro losing ground the whole day. Start Trading in Europe was accompanied by a strengthening of the euro first 15 minutes, then began rising dollar. At the world’s stock markets yesterday, there is a benign dynamics. European indices added 1,5% – 2,3% after the shares of mining and resource companies on a background of rising metals prices.

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Stock market in Tokyo continues to subside

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

During the first 35 minutes of trading on the exchange in Tokyo on Thursday the main index Nikkei, reflecting the quotation 225 largest companies in the country, fell to 0.67% or 63.38 points, to 9 459.28 points. The index of wide spectrum Topix lost 2.68 points and was 856.32 points.

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Nikkei index falls in Asia

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

It should be recalled, that trading in the United States on Wednesday ended in a decrease in stock indices. Positive changes were observed for a long time after the opening of trading, was crossed out the depreciation of the euro and China’s announcement that it might reconsider its attitude to European government bonds.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average loses in the end

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

U.S. stock market went in the negative area. All the major indexes finished trading in negative zone. Trading in the U.S. on Wednesday May 26 ended a decrease in stock indexes. Dow Jones Industrial Average looked confident at the time of bidding, but in the final Dow Jones index fell.

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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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