Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Korean peninsula’

Dow Jones Industrial Average: today is the day of bullish victory

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average has an opportunity to play a big minus, which has grown over the past trading days. Now Dow Jones is a mark of 10,127.56 points. Growth Dow Jones index exceeded 1%. As a result of trading on June 1 2010. Dow Jones index dropped by 112.61 points (-1.11%) – up to 10,024.02 points. Similar dynamics of quotations has been associated primarily with an external negative background and geopolitical tensions: adversity persists on the Korean peninsula and the Middle East. Earlier it was reported that the Israeli Air Force planes have been attacking the Lebanese military during a reconnaissance mission over Lebanon.

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Stock market today: the inside story

Monday, May 31st, 2010

The stock market is facing a new choice today. After consolidation in the previous session at the “bears” in the scenario, the new course came a trump card in the form of lowering agency Fitch sovereign rating of Spain at one stage to AA + (rating stability) that stepped up who had begun to calm down fears that the development of the debt crisis of the “problem” of the euro area not be deterred. The experts responded to the rating agency recently announced measures to reduce public spending, which they believe will lead to a sharp deceleration of growth of the Spanish economy, compared with a forecast of the Government (1.7% and 1.9% in 2012-2013. Against 2.5% and 2.9%).

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Oil prices: forecasts can’t help – everything depends on Dow Jones

Sunday, May 30th, 2010

Everything depends on Dow Jones Industrial Average… Players of the American stock market recorded a profit. The reason for this was enough. On the eve of the major U.S. indices soared 2,85-3,73%, and ahead of the market a three-day weekend (Monday U.S. stock exchanges are closed on the occasion of Remembrance Day), for which Europe has a lot to happen. This negative began to flow on Friday: First, Spain has revised GDP growth forecast in 2012. downward – from 2,9 to 2,5%, and in the evening the international rating agency Fitch Ratings downgraded the long-and short-term issuer default ratings of Spain’s foreign and local currency from AAA to AA +. Investors in these circumstances could not close his eyes.

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The stock market today: forecast

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Forecast Trading on the stock market is pretty gloomy today. On Thursday, major stock indexes opened with a significant increase by providing long-awaited support for risky currencies. The reason for this was the People’s Bank of China, in an official statement that was contradicted by information about the possible change in the proportion of foreign exchange reserves, in particular, reducing the proportion of investments in Eurobonds. Recall that a day earlier rumors about the restructuring of the currency diversification of the Central Bank of China was lowered to the level of 1.2150 euros.

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Good Dow Jones is dead Dow Jones

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Dow Jones can not fight with a bear trend. The overall negative mood of investors the U.S. stock market is reinforced efforts by some speculators to bring Dow Jones Industrial Average ended with a plus not a fiasco, though unable to bring the index to make sure a plus. Today, the American stock market in the first half of the trading session demonstrates a sure retreat, surrounded on all sides by an external negative.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is ready to fly down

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average was unable to contain the onslaught of the next bear flocks. Drop in U.S. stock market began with the Dow Jones and moved to the other – namely, the Standard & Poors and Nasdaq. At the opening of stock trading in the U.S. on May 25 is expected to decrease in leading indexes. In the quotations will be pressure new fears of investors in connection with the debt problems of countries of the Old World. At this point in time quotations of futures for the Dow Jones index fell by 227 points (-2.26%), the index S & P – at 27.7 points (-2.59%), the index of Nasdaq – by 39.25 points (- 2,17%).

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