Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Moody’s’

Bank of America corp. (NYSE: BAC) gets more expensive, despite Moody’s as the DJIA futures are in green

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) is at its peak, completing trades at around 14.19 points yesterday. Favorable banking news provided an opportunity for Bank of America to complete trades, gaining +0.04 points (0.28%). Bank of America corp. futures up to 14.22 (+0.21%) today. Dow Jones Industrial futures grow in the range 0,1-0,25% in early pre-market. Meanwhile, The DJIA has completed trades at around 10,537.69 (0.12%) points yesterday.

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The stock market forecast: S & P-500 will continue to disappoint the bulls

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

S & P-500 is another weak one at the U.S. stock market. On Wednesday, the U.S. stock market fell again. At this time, the average loss index was about 1% on news that ratings agency Moody’s has placed the sovereign rating of AAA of Spain to the list for a possible fall. Data from ADP also brought optimism to the market, showing growth in the number of jobs in the private sector of the U.S. in June, only 13000, the forecast increase of 60000. And finally, the curtain of the trading session selling intensified when speculators managed to press through the index S & P-500 below the level of 1040, which technically opens the way for further reduction in the range 950 – 850 points.

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Currency exchange rates today: threat of collapse for the euro

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Currency exchange remains unstable and prone to a large number of small and large risks. The level of support remains high only for the pound. The exchange rate euro fluctuates within 3%. Single European currency was little opportunity to catch his breath, and partly to adjust their positions relative to the U.S. dollar. Since the early trading session, market participants recorded gains on short evrovym positions, thereby strengthening euro.

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The exchange rate: the future of the euro

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

The future of the euro looks much brighter than it looked like a week ago. Foreign exchange analysts note steady position BBH euro, despite the downgrade of the Greek agency Moody’s, Chairman’s Statement of Spanish bank BBVA that credit markets remain closed for small businesses, as well as weak data for Germany, which were lower than projected.

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The stock market today: grand rally continues

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

The positive trend will dominate at the Stock Market today. Trading on stock exchanges in Asia Wednesday, June 16, will likely show growth of quotations on a background in commodity prices, exchange rates, positive macroeconomic factors, and outcome of trades in the United States. Players will ignore new concerns related to the lowering of Moody’s sovereign rating of Greece.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: ups, collapse and ghostly future

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Bidding for the Dow Jones Industrial Average at the U.S. stock market did not bring fun today. The first half of the trading session was marked by positive mood, but the danger remains. High levels of negative forces yesterday bulls make up the steps carefully. Dow Jones Industrial Average is at 10,316.20 mark, the level of today’s gains is +125.31 (1.23%). We must recall that yesterday the U.S. stock market was uneasy:

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: the danger of collapse remains at the market of blue chips

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average may begin a sharp decline after the release of bad news from Spain. Dow index continues to strive for higher levels of 10.200 points, but the bears are making serious attempts to attack. Trading volumes are falling. Also disappointing customers news from Greece. Traders seemed unfazed by news that credit rating agency Moody’s lowered its rating on Greece’s debt to junk status. At the time Dow Jones Industrial is located at around 10,233.14. Index of blue chips was up to the level of 10,270, but the growth stopped. Overall growth for the Dow Jones today was +22.07 points (0.22%).

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Buffett defended the rating agencies and faith in Dow Jones Industrial Average

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is preparing for another marathon growth. Dow Jones index will leverage the support of the Warren Buffett. Dow Jones Industrial rose by – +225.52 points yesterday. Warren Buffett, billionaire, for whose investments Wall Street followed with a religious faith, had to hard, when on Wednesday he appeared before the U.S. Congress and testified about the role of rating agencies in fueling the financial crisis.

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Spain leads to the collapse of euro

Monday, May 31st, 2010

So, Friday evening ended with the collapse of euro. Rating agency Fitch downgraded the rating of Spain at one stage to the level of AA +, which is why the euro fell to 1.2263 on Friday. As Fitch indicated that the sovereign credit profile of Spain remains a “very powerful”, but the agency forecasts that by 2013 the national debt will reach 78% of GDP.

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Europe saved euro exchange rate, but what is the price?

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Is it true that Europe has made the impossible and got free cheese? And it looks that way, judging by the movement of stock markets, currencies and securities with fixed interest rates after the implementation of programs to save 750 billion euros. Investors breathed a sigh of relief, and shares soared upwards in all areas of the world after reporting a 20 percent increase in stock price of European financial companies, which is hard to believe.

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