Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Libya’

Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LON: LLOY) aims higher as Barclays PLC (LON: BARC) pays a fine

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LON: LLOY) rises to 70.07 points, gaining +0.66 (0.95%) at the beginning of the UK stock market trading today. Barclays PLC (LON: BARC) shares rose in price up to 320.15 points, increased by 0.58%.

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BP plc (NYSE: BP) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) fly down after jobless data

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) shares lost in value because of the bearish trend of the U.S. stock market. Microsoft Corporation shares to close 24.47 points, losing -0.39 (-1.57%). BP plc (NYSE: BP) was 38.28 points, decreasing by -0.51 (-1.31%).

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The DJIA continues to crumble as BP plc (NYSE: BP) is lost in the red abyss

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

The Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to fall against the background of the global stock market meltdown and the U.S. bad statistics. The DJIA fell to 10,388.45 points, down -255.80 (-2.40%). Meanwhile, BP plc (NYSE: BP) lost more than 3% in the bidding. BP plc shares stopped by 38.81 points, losing -3.24%.

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Oil prices are in fear of a strong dollar

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

Strong dollar saves OPEC from large losses in exports of oil, putting into question the willingness of OPEC to defend a certain price. This month, oil futures have fallen in price on American sites by 26%. 18-month intraday maximum of $ 87.15 per barrel on Thursday replaced a minimum of $ 64.24 per barrel. This is the lowest point since July 30. On Thursday, crude oil price set at $ 68.01 a barrel on the background of large stocks of raw materials, problems in Europe and the stock market crash.

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Aircrash in Tripoli: most of the victims are Hollanders

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Citizens of nine countries have become victims of air disaster this Wednesday in Libya. 70 of them are from Netherlands.

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Saving the exchange rate euro reduces the price of oil

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

The European Union puts the main task of saving its currency – euro. The exchange rate euro stabilized in growth. Euro exchange rate makes new troubles. Oil prices fell Tuesday below $ 76 a barrel after the financial market euphoria over 1 trillion fund for the EU has exhausted itself, reports Reuters. After a brief restoration of the euro against the dollar, the U.S. currency began to grow again to major currencies. The June contract for WTI Light fallen in price on 1.17 dollars to 75.63 dollars per barrel, Brent – at 0.88 dollars to 79.24 dollars per barrel.

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