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The DJIA: the statistics induce Bulls butt Bears

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

The Dow Jones Industrial Average won’t dive into the red zone today, analysts believe. The Dow Jones Industrial is approaching a crucial level of 10,474.84 points, gaining +172.83 (1.68%) in the last hours of trading.

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DJIA and Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) may rise sharply in the end of trading

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

Positive statistical data return bullish trend in the U.S. stock market in late trading. The Dow Jones Industrial Average returned 0.7% and is approaching the green zone as the Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) lost about 1%.

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The Dow Jones Industrial lost the last hope for salvation

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

U.S. Stock market is like an undertaker without cemeteries. Funerals for the Dow Jones Industrial Average began in the early trading today. Bulls let the matter take its course and the Dow Jones Industrial Average began to drop to record lows. At the time Dow index was 9,881.15 points. Total losses exceeded -257 points or -2.54%.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: the collapse is expected by the end of the trading

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average – nervous atmosphere in the market remains the second consecutive day. Yesterday’s loss of Dow Jones have left their mark. Tuesday, June 8, the stock market of the United States by mid-session trading in a moderate positive territory after a period of fluctuation of the “red” zone in the “green” and vice versa. Nervous atmosphere in the market remains the second consecutive day, helped by the ambiguous information background.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: retail sales and mortgage have supported bulls

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average exceeded the growth of 1,5%. Dow Jones is 10,197.17 points. Overall growth Dow Jones Industrial up +173.15 points (1.73%). Bulls do not cease to maintain high trading volumes on the background of good statistics. Investors believe that the current growth could be the sign for a further rise in of the U.S. stock market.

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