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Good news prevent collapse, Dow Jones Industrial climb to record levels by the end of trading

Monday, July 26th, 2010

The DJIA adds point by point. The rise of Dow index looks confident amid rising stock of banking sector and the stability of industrial assets. Dow Jones Industrial Average gained +62.44 points (0.60%) due to Alcoa and Bank of America Corp. today. The DJIA is in the green zone and is 10,487.06 points.

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The stock markets today: Dow Jones Industrial and Nasdaq Composite begin a successful week

Monday, July 26th, 2010

The DJIA indicator of blue chips continued to grow, as stock markets closed in the green zone today. Standard & Poor’s 500 is trading with an increase of 0.84% on a mark to 1,111.87 points, Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 0.63% to a level of 10,489.86 points and Nasdaq Composite index of high-tech sectors traded in positive territory at 0, 42% at around 1883.3 points.

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Pessimism of investors and stock market crash vs the DJIA bullish trend

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average will start bidding with minus about 0,5%, but by mid-session support for the Dow index would grow and DJIA will direct growth. Thursday, July 1 main U.S. stock market indexes have completed the session in the red area. Attention players fully focused on the state of the U.S. market, Europe’s problems on the backburner: single European currency strengthened against the dollar by more than 2%.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average may reach maximum at the end of bidding

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average touched the green zone and began to fall again. Bulls are not going to join the battle yet. On Wednesday, June 16, key stock indexes of the United States by mid trading session reside on the negative territory, and Nasdaq Composite “floats” with slight changes. Be happy there is nothing particularly investors, macroeconomic statistics for the most part did not bring a positive. The number of homes started construction in May dropped from 672 thousand to 593 thousand, while expected to drop to 650 thousand (10% reduction rate was the highest since March 2009 due to the expiration of tax concessions by the Government).

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Bulls rescued the Dow Jones Industrial from a terrible fate, the collapse canceled today

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

The DJIA is near 10,403.64 points at the moment. Dow index lost 1.13 points (-0.01%) today. Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to decline against the background of mixed statistics from the U.S. and Europe. The level of support for Dow Jones from the bulls remain high. Home Depot was also weak, sliding 1.1% after data showed a plunge in May housing starts. Alcoa fell 1.3% as metals futures edged down.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is losing ground and can’t escape from the red zone

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is in the red zone since the start of trading. The level of support Dow index dropped to its lowest level this week. Bulls do not try to save the situation, as successfully used by bears. Dow Jones close to the minimum point of 10.350 points. Dow Jones Industrial Average was at 10,365.85 points and continues to decline.

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Collapse: Bears are preparing a surprise for the Dow Jones Industrial

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average could fall victim to bear the strongest attacks against the U.S. financial sector problems. First half of trading on the U.S. stock market for Dow Jones will be calm enough, but the second half of the session will be dangerous. A few minutes ago it became known that the Australian company buys a problematic American company.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is going down due to bad news

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average may continue trading on the U.S. stock market in a negative mood on the background of macroeconomic problems the United States. U.S. stock futures slid Wednesday after home construction plunged in May, adding to the concerns about global growth amid new worries over Spain’s fiscal stability. Following the housing data, Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell 61 points to 10271, while Standard & Poor’s 500-share futures dropped 8 points to 1101 and Nasdaq 100 futures slid 12 points to 1881.

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