Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘North Korea’

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 record lows

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial started trading with a significant minus. The negative trend is due to horrible news from outside the United States and depressing reports of the local scale. Investors were not ready for such an eventuality. Bears went into the new attack, the index continues to lose its point by point. U.S. indexes lost more than 2% at the opening followed by other markets, which react to the challenges of the European banking sector and the threat of North Korea against the South.

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Paint it red: stock market can rescue only a miracle today

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Since yesterday, the majority of the stock indicators around the world re-painted in red. The pretext for another bout of panic sales served as a message from Spain, where on Saturday the Central Bank took control of a small Commercial Bank Cajasur, saving him from bankruptcy. Before there were rumors that the bank provided 550 million euros is not enough to stabilize its financial situation. Is not excluded that the figure may be increased to 2 billion euro, which is very impressive for a small amount of the bank.

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South Korea promises strict response to ship sinking

Friday, May 21st, 2010

The North Korea is considered responsible for the sinking of South Korean warship this March. Experts from the US, South Korea, Great Britain, Australia and Sweden came to this conclusion after the identification of torpedo’s fragments found on the seabed near the sunk ship. These fragments were considered to be identical to the ones of North Korean torpedo that South Korea obtained 7 years ago.

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North Korea has today attacked South Korea

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

The authorities of North Korea have already confirmed that today have fired artillery to the sea border with South Korea. But this fact is explained as military exercises. South Korea has fired in response.

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The USA refuted Korean propositions

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

In response to the Korean statement about continuing negotiations on nuclear problems in exchange for concluding peace treaty the USA has made its own propositions.

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Korea: nuclear security in exchange for peace treaty

Monday, January 11th, 2010

The official Pyongyang has at least proclaimed the conditions of its participating in the negotiations on its nuclear demilitarization. In exchange it claims the conclusion of peace treaty with the USA and lifting of sanctions against Korea.

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Robert King: North Korean human rights are in terrible condition

Monday, January 11th, 2010

The US ambassador claimed North Korean human rights to be in terrible condition. According to Robert King, US representative for human rights, North Korea is one of the worth places in the world regarding this issue.

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The US representative arrived in Pyongyang

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Stephen Bosworth has arrived in Pyongyang, North Korea. During his three-day visit he will meet the country leader, Kim Jong Il and will try to convince him to return to the six-nation negotiations about the nuclear weapon.

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