Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Secretary’

Dow Jones Industrial Average will avoid the collapse due to the revaluation of the yuan

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial is approaching a dangerous risk. Dow Jones Industrial Average is coming out with 10,442.41 points. The only decent support for the Dow index, analysts said the revaluation of the yuan. The most discussed topic in the markets – the revaluation of the yuan (the Bank of China on Saturday said it will continue the reform of exchange rate policy and increase the flexibility of RMB exchange rate). Although Chinese authorities have not made statements on how the revaluation will be implemented.

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Stock markets today: Dow Jones Industrial, gold price and U.S. dispute with China

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Stock markets could bring a lot of surprises today. Gold price and Dow Jones have become flagships of the markets last week. Support and confidence of buyers for the gold and blue-chip Dow Jones was huge. Last week, the U.S. and China entered into a dispute about the import, export and exchange rates. Dow Jones Industrial Average was able to grow to a peak of 10,450.64 points last time. The level of growth was +16.47 points (0.16%). Gold has set an absolute record of the year … World trade is returned in an era when it was not private, and public business, and most important source of national sovereignty served as gold.

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Currency exchange rates today: Dollar, euro, pound and the effect of the phoenix

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Currency exchange rates today remain unstable and unpredictable. Will the dollar exchange rate equal to the euro? When the British pound will regain the position of absolute leader in the foreign exchange market? Can defaults in Europe finally derail the exchange rate euro? To answer these questions should consider the situation in global financial markets in a macroeconomic perspective. Again calls the followers of the old economic Religion: Repent before it’s too late; pay for financial sins – death. But perhaps time has come to save?.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is preparing for a rapid rally, but is afraid of collapse

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Bulls look at the Dow Jones Industrial Average with great hope. Yesterday’s steady growth of Dow Jones Industrial Average was a huge surprise to many. At the same time, the bad news from Japan may significantly increase the risks of collapse Dow index.

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Pretend to be frightened, oh, China the great!

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Just a timid guy… Timothy Geithner (U.S. Treasury Secretary) is known as a rather timid and indecisive accuser. But the upcoming election for Congress and the Democratic Party ordered him to act – to try to criticize China over alleged unfair methods of export subsidies by an undervalued yuan. Geithner did its job in a spirit of intellectual timidity, trying to persuade China, as infants are forced to eat porridge.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average does not give up and sacking the bear pack

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is not trying to achieve maximum bidding. Index of blue chips is growing slowly, firmly and confidently. Bulls already sharpening their horns and are waiting for strong growth in Dow Jones Industrial Average close to the end of the week.

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Europe is about the future of hedge funds

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

EU finance ministers agreed on the regulation of hedge funds. In particular, the heads of financial institutions in favor of more stringent restrictions on the activities of hedge funds and private equity firms. An appropriate statement was made today by the Minister of Finance of Spain, Elena Salgado, the meeting with colleagues in Brussels. “I believe that we have reached a definite agreement on this issue,” – said EA Salgado.

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European economy is set for shock therapy

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is not joking when promised market shock therapy in a series of measures aimed at curbing the sovereign debt crisis. Europe received Bazooka, which had always dreamed of former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paulson. Germany’s Chancellor Merkel and President of the European Central Bank’s Trichet responsible for its reliability. What are the implications for the liquidity and solvency? For the single currency and U.S. dollar?

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