Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘major U.S. stock indexes’

Oil prices fell to a minimum today

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Oil prices fell today. Quotes of the oil market on Monday 28 June on the basis of bidding closed with a decrease in price in light of weakening demand for crude oil and refined products amid fears of a mature storm in the Gulf of Mexico. On the New York Stock Exchange New York Mercantile Exchange price of July futures for petroleum of mark Light Sweet fell by 0.61, or 0.8%, and its price was 78.25 dollars per barrel.

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Japan can arrange new Pearl Harbour for Dow Jones

Friday, June 11th, 2010

The level of support for the Dow will be in the medium range. According to analysts, the threat of default in Japan will not lead to the collapse of the leading indexes the U.S. stock market today. Negative investors will move to the beginning of next week. Yesterday’s steady growth of Dow Jones Industrial Average could escalate into a violent crash on the background of unexpected bad news from Japan. Tokyo claims the new threat of default in the country and the repetition of the Greek script.

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China made oil prices higher

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Oil prices began to rise. Prices for “black gold” on the world trading in Thursday, June 10, continued to grow steadily, surpassing the mark of 75 dollars per barrel. On the New York Mercantile Exchange crude oil contracts on Light Sweet Crude Oil from the date of delivery in July rose in price on 1,10 dollars, and by the end of the session traded at 75.48 dollars per barrel.

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Oil prices and gold prices began to play hide and seek

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Gold prices were more stable than oil prices. Quotes of the oil market on Thursday, May 27 closed a record increase in prices to a two-week peak against the more optimistic investors in the global recovery. On the New York Stock Exchange New York Mercantile Exchange price of July futures for petroleum of mark Light Sweet rose by 3.04, or 4.3%, and its price was 74.55 dollars per barrel. At the exchange InterContinental Exchange Futures Europe in London, Brent crude futures price rose 2.92, or 4.1%, to 74.66 dollars per barrel.

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