Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Mediterranean’

Malta real estate market goes to the bottom

Friday, July 16th, 2010

The small European country became the latest victim of the mortgage. Malta, that is the cradle of Mediterranean European culture, a country with developed agriculture, says goodbye to high real estate prices.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: tension increases

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Rising oil prices triggers Dow Jones Industrial Average to a decrease in futures trading in the U.S.. The opening of the stock market will be extremely tight – believe brokers. Dow Jones Industrial Average may go into a negative zone from the start of trading on fondovos U.S. market – experts say. Meanwhile, oil prices are not falling.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: the terrible news from Europe may lead to the final collapse

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average could not resist the bears, who got down to business with renewed vigor after the next bad news from the Old World. Dow Jones Industrial Average falls below a boundary mark. Bulls demonstratively leave the market. Now Dow Jones is a mark of 10,218.40. Losses on the basis of today grew up not so much -40.59 points (-0.40%).

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Volcano in Iceland has sent new portion of ashes and dust

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Volcano continues to make great problems for EU, that can’t be solved anyway. In some European countries once again extend a cloud of volcanic ash – from the volcanic eruption in Iceland. Hundreds of flights canceled in airports in Portugal, Spain and Germany. Disrupted as flights in France, Italy, closed some airports in Austria.

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Volcano in Iceland and global cataclysms

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland is only a speck of dust in the system of global cataclysms. Icelandic volcano, whose name I will not dare say without hesitation, have reached the hackneyed idea of the fragility of civilization, that nature is still far stronger than man, well and the transitory nature of existence in general. With such a melancholy head Europeans should be particularly pleased to enjoy the heavenly glow of the eruption – an unprecedented scarlet and purple sunsets, like the one he saw in his unit Shakhmatovo June 4, 1901:

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France and Spain remain hostages of the cold cyclone

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Europe is still in the captivity of severe winter. Snow has today covered the beaches of France and Spain. Sharp temperature drop has paralyzed the stabile life of coastal cities on the Mediterranean shore. In the epicenter of the snowstorm is now France and Spain.

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Japanese cuisine is recognized the most healthy by Forbes

Friday, March 5th, 2010

The middle age of Japanese people is about 82 years. Besides, only 1.5% of people suffer from obesity. These are the best results of cooking audit made by Forbes. Popular magazine Forbes has named TOP-10 countries which cooking traditions support longevity. Thus Japanese cuisine is recognized the most healthy.

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