Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘G-20’

G-20: the fiscal consolidation

Monday, July 5th, 2010

The threat of defaults, the second wave of the global financial crisis and the collapse of the American dream are the reasons for a paradoxical decision by the powerful of this world. Was the last summit Big Twenty, held in Canada, a step forward to understanding and cooperation, or back to “his shirt? Paradoxically, but most likely, and those and others. In calling for “fiscal consolidation, does not violate the processes of growth, each offering something for themselves. But overall, this is just what one would prove: the rapid fiscal consolidation at this stage will contribute to growth, not impede it.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average will complete the day with collapse or a sharp increase

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average reached 10,149.86 points after a sharp fall in early trading the U.S. stock market. G-8 summit and the G-20 ended with a solemn promise to the leaders of the largest economies in the world to mend budget hole by half by 2013 the ninth year, and eventually to stabilize the budget (I mean to drive the deficit to 3% of frame) in 2016. Stock markets react to the summit meeting of the volatile, Dow Jones Industrial Average rising slightly. DJIA is strong today, – as the experts say.

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Avoiding collapse: the Dow Jones Industrial goes from the green zone in the red

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to swim between the red and green zone. At the time Dow Jones Industrial is a mark of 10,451.70 points in the green zone. Dow index rose to +9.29 points, or 0.09%. So, the American stock market in the first half of the trading session shows weakly positive dynamics, the major indexes with the exception of Nasdaq while balancing on the verge of zero change, and only then began to rise as an indicator of high-tech sector still looks better than the market. Global stock markets rising drive now faded away, the Chinese factor was played up and down yesterday, and today it is time for the sound of doubt and reassessment of the events.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average and S & P500 are near new collapse

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average was 10,465.21 points. Dow Jones Industrial tried to grow from the very beginning of trading, but after an hour began to fall in the level of 10,415.11 points. S & P500 reached the upper limits of the first line of resistance. Yesterday the U.S. stock market, something happened that we predicted a week ago. Moving in the uplink, index of wide market S & P500 touched the upper boundary of the zone of resistance at 1,130 points.

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