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The stock markets today: Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo cheer for the bulls as the Dow Jones Industrial moved from defense to attack

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

The DJIA is trying to overcome stiff resistance from bears. Beef shoulder support is weakening today. Dow Jones Industrial approaching the mark of 10,242.45 points, gaining +12.49 points (0.12%). Yahoo!, The owner of the second most popular in the U.S. search engine on the Internet, fell 8% after the company reported on sales for the second quarter, did not justify analysts’ forecasts, due to transfer some customers placing online advertising on a competitive sites.


The DJIA turned out to be hopelessly weak, but the bulls are preparing a surprise for the Bears on Monday

Sunday, July 18th, 2010

The DJIA lost his footing at the start of trading on Friday. Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to hold above 10,000 points, but lost 2.52% in one day. Dow index fell victim to the terrible statistics. Thus, the consumer price index in the U.S. fell by 0.1% in June, which was the third consecutive monthly fall, said on Friday, Ministry of Labour of the country.


Google buys ITA Software

Monday, July 5th, 2010

U.S. Internet giant Google has agreed to buy for $ 700 million company ITA Software, a software (SW) used by airlines, travel agencies and specialized sites for selection of routes flights. Google plans to integrate this service into its search engine that allows users to plan trips without the mediation of tour operators and agencies.


Dow Jones Industrial was hit below the belt as gold prices had crashed

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

DJIA completed next week with losses. Dow Jones Industrial Average was unable to recover by the end of the trading session on Friday, losing -0.47% per day. Trading in U.S. stock indices ended lower. Players for a long time analyzing conflicting economic data, which led to volatility in the auction. Last week the indices suffered heavy losses, as the gold prices decreased.


Google leads in the BrandZ Top-100

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

In the world there is no more expensive brand than the most popular search engine Google. According to a new ranking of the most expensive brands of the world BrandZ Top-100 first line confidently took the brand search engine Google. Its total cost, not including assets, just for the brand, amounted to 114.26 billion dollars.