Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘JPY’

Japanese bank SFCG Co had deceived creditors

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Police in Japan plans to launch an investigation against several suspects in the illegal transfer of funds of the bank SFCG Co., Bankrupted in 2009, its subsidiary. According to the agency, former president of the credit institution Kenshin Oshima and several other people suspected that acted against the interests of creditors. Oshima, knowing about the plight of SFCG Co., Gave us his relative large mortgages.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: buyers’ mood becomes positive

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures trading began with the increase. Level of support for the Dow Jones Industrial Average from the bulls is increasing. The main background for the growth of index futures trading has come from Asia. On Friday, June 11, world stock markets as a whole showed positive dynamics, although the situation was not rosy. Asian markets have provided impetus to the growth of data on retail sales and industrial production in China and in Europe, the growth indices was not as noticeable on the background of the continuing concerns about the financial situation of the several States.

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Currency exchange rates today: the future of Euro looks like very poor

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Currency exchange rates today today are unstable against bad news from Asia. For several months, there is lowering of the euro and analysts say its oversold. The overall negative background for the euro area, hampering the growth of buyers and the euro while speaking prematurely.

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Dow Jones industrial average will be the object of interest of all investors today

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Bidding on Monday marked was low-active due to lack of U.S. players, who have gone for the weekend. At the same time, all the hopes of investors and speculators are trading around the U.S. stock market today. The main priority of becoming blue chips, more precisely – Dow Jones industrial average. While brokers fear the negative impact of stock exchanges in Europe and Asia. At the vovent of time Dow Jones is near 10,160 points.

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Oil prices continue to fall in Japan today

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Prices for oil futures Middle East Crude Oil for Tokiyskoy Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) today decreased by 0,7%. As a result of trading on June 1 at TOCOM official price of the most active futures transaction (October) amounted to 43.170 (-0.290) thousand yen per kl (about 75.62 dollars per barrel).

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Rubber will become the new gold

Saturday, May 29th, 2010

The cost of natural rubber could soar by 25% and reached a peak in 30 years thanks to growing demand in China, the largest consumer of this type of stuff, and despite fears of reduction in consumption in Europe, analysts say the Japanese broker Yutaka Shoji Kazuo Tetsu.

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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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The exchange rate euro reached a minimum in Japan

Monday, May 17th, 2010

The euro fell again against major world currencies. Trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange opened a sharp depreciation of the euro. The exchange rate euro can not recover the price of more than two consecutive weeks.

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Exchange rate euro fell to its lowest level

Friday, May 14th, 2010

The exchange rate euro declines in price, recent reports from Europe are not added to investors confidence in the single European currency. At the global forex exchange is continuing decline quotes single European currency. In the course of trading the euro fell below the 1.25 dollars / euros – to 18-month low at 1.2447 dollars / euros. This figure is 0.6% below the closing of the previous trading day.

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The exchange rate euro fell against the dollar strengthening

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

The exchange rate euro on Wednesday failed to keep positive momentum against the dollar and continued to lose in price to the U.S. currency amid concern about the inability to survive in the multibillion-dollar stabilization fund to solve the fundamental problems of the region’s economy.

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