Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘IBM’

The DJIA: best guesses – Red or Green?

Monday, July 19th, 2010

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell prominently as the blue-chip indicator decreased approximately 261 points, being affected by the negative macroeconomic statistics and bank reports last Friday. The S&P 500 lowered to the 1,065 level at the end of Friday’s session.


Stock markets today: The DJIA will try to find a bullish trend carefully

Monday, July 19th, 2010

Stock markets today: the U.S. and Europe. The DJIA is attempting to fast growth against a background of lack of bad news. Asian markets lost positions, but Dow Jones Industrial Average will play into the rise thanks to the positive correction of the earlier statistics. Stock indices in the New World collapsed on 2,5-3,1% against the negative values of the index of consumer confidence and fixing positions as it moves unintelligible reports of U.S. financial companies.


The DJIA collapsed from the beginning of the trading

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

The beginning of today’s session at the leading U.S. stocks was marked with the slight decrease in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the other U.S. indexes. During the first minutes of the trading the DJIA and the S&P 500 fell 0.19%, followed by the Nasdaq that lowered 0.25%.


Dow Jones Industrial Average is ready for the real gap

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Major U.S. stock market indexes are going up gradually. Customers have begun trading on the stock market very carefully. Dow Jones Industrial Average began to grow within the limits of 0,4% since the start of trading. Level of support bulls growing, but trading volumes remain below average. The blue chip Dow Jones Industrial Average rise in price, but there are outsiders: IBM, HP and Bank of America.


DJIA: brand new day brings new collapse

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

The Dow Jones Industrial Average along with the other U.S. stock indexes ended the day with another fall on the background of a weak data from the labor market yesterday. According to ADP, this June the private sector of the U.S. economy created only 13 thousand new jobsites although the analysts predicted there would be approximately 59 thousand of jobsites.


Dow Jones Industrial Average is at the abyss of a new crisis … 3% is not the limit

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average carries the worst day of trading throughout the summer today. Losses Dow Jones Industrial may exceed 3%, – assured analysts the stock market. U.S. stocks dropped heavily throughout today’s midday session as pessimism dominated global markets, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average index dropped bellow 10,000 amid concerns over China’s growth, and after the U.S. Conference Board announced consumer confidence fell in June to 52.9 from 62.7.


Dow Jones Industrial suffers from the new fiasco today

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

U.S. stock market – the indices continue to decline, Dow Jones Industrial trying to avoid another fiasco in the background of mixed statistics. Index broad market Standard & Poor’s 500 is trading with a decrease at 0.59% on a mark to 1,088.83 points, the light blue-chip Dow Jones Industrial Average decreased 0.29% to a level of 10,262.97 points and the index of high-tech Nasdaq Composite traded in a minus on 0,56% at around 2,249.04 points.


Dow Jones Industrial Average began to grow rapidly

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average and S & P 500 steadily kept in the green zone. On Wednesday, May 12, the American stock market in the first half of the trading session demonstrates positive dynamics. At the epicenter of the rally were regional banks have received favorable reviews from analysts, Morgan Stanley. Gold – for the second consecutive day traded in positive territory, taking advantage of the desire of investors to get a protective asset in the face of European debt crisis.


Google leads in the BrandZ Top-100

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

In the world there is no more expensive brand than the most popular search engine Google. According to a new ranking of the most expensive brands of the world BrandZ Top-100 first line confidently took the brand search engine Google. Its total cost, not including assets, just for the brand, amounted to 114.26 billion dollars.