Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Spanish Government’

Currency rates today: euro begins to rise sharply, the dollar surrenders without a fight

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Currency rates today are volatile and unstable. As a result of the trading day Thursday, the euro was more than 2% foothold against U.S. rival. Such positive dynamics on the single currency was due to successful outcome of the auction on placement of the Spanish government bonds. In particular, despite a recent warning agency Moody `s about a possible downgrade to the Spanish Kingdom, southern Europeans still managed yesterday is relatively easy to draw on the debt market of 3.5 billion euros. Thus, the tension around the Spanish debt problems, and the whole financial system of the region declined slightly, which has stepped up buying euros.

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Nasdaq, DJIA and S & P 500 have collapsed at the beginning of a new quarter

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

DJIA continues to weaken against the negative statistics. Bulls cleared shoulder support for Dow index at the beginning of the trading session. Trading in U.S. stock indices ended lower. The pressure on the market has had a series of negative macroeconomic data published in recent days. As a result of trading the index of “blue chips” Dow Jones Industrial Average fell to 41.5681 points or 0.43%, to 9732 points. The index of wide market S & P 500 closed down fall to 3.34 points or 0.32%, at around 1027 points. “High-tech” Nasdaq Composite closed lower at 7.88 points or 0.37% at around 2101 points.

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Stock markets are falling convulsively today: Nikkei falls to 2%, FTSE and DAX lost about 1,5%

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Stock trades in Europe began with lowering the leading index by an average of 1,5%. The British FTSE 100 index fell by 79.74 points (-1.62%) – up to 4,837.13 points, the French CAC 40 – at 69.38 points (-2.02%) to 3373 , 51 points; German DAX – on 83,79 points (-1.4%) to 5,881.73 points, while the Swiss SMI dropped by 83.89 points (-1.37%) – up to 6044.1 points.

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The future of the euro is grim because of default threat in Spain

Monday, June 21st, 2010

The exchange rate depends not on the euro in Greece or Hungary, and from one of the countries – the founders of the euro area … The future of the euro looks unreal. Greece went into the background, now it is just “the opening act.” All eyes are on Spain, a country that is destined to have a significant impact on the future of the euro, as well as to determine whether a new system of management control over the budgets of the Eurozone countries. It will be a crisis in Spain – the situation will change for the better in the world.

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Exchange rates today: euro, dollar and floating pound

Friday, June 18th, 2010

USD. Ultimately, the optimism of victory: approaching the last working day of the week, we can say with confidence that the markets for the time forgot about dire predictions about the spread of European debt crisis. Euro received support after the successful auction of the Spanish government bond. The country was to sell T-bills at 3.5 billion euros, and the success of this operation has caused the demand for risky assets, as confirmed that investors have confidence in Spain, but not all of these terrible rumors. In addition, and economic data from the U.S. dollar have not brought the support on which he had hoped.

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Italy, Greece and Spain begin to freeze wages

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

On the streets of the Old World is hot, but Europe freezes. Greece, Italy and Spain have started to freeze wages in the public sector. Hungary freeze government spending. Not without reductions – cut jobs, social benefits, state and local budgets. The race on the road to strict financial savings kicked off when the markets began agitation against the background of the financial situation in several European countries, starting with Greece.

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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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Oil prices and gold prices began to play hide and seek

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Gold prices were more stable than oil prices. Quotes of the oil market on Thursday, May 27 closed a record increase in prices to a two-week peak against the more optimistic investors in the global recovery. On the New York Stock Exchange New York Mercantile Exchange price of July futures for petroleum of mark Light Sweet rose by 3.04, or 4.3%, and its price was 74.55 dollars per barrel. At the exchange InterContinental Exchange Futures Europe in London, Brent crude futures price rose 2.92, or 4.1%, to 74.66 dollars per barrel.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average falls, the dynamics change every minute

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is falling. The trading volume of the market fell sharply. Experts are sounding the alarm. Monday, May 24, major indexes of the American stock market in the first half of the trades have shown mixed dynamics. Note that the Spanish government has supported a small local bank CajaSur, morphed into rumors of significant problems experienced by other representatives of the European banking system, and upset investors around the world. Nevertheless, the published data on the U.S. housing market and the recommendations of analysts for securities representatives of high-tech sector pulled the indicators S & P500 and Nasdaq from the “red” zone.

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Forecast – euro dollar exchange rate decreases

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Exchange rate euro can not be restored next week in a row. Another series of offerings of U.S. Treasury could support dollar this week. Thus, the euro-dollar on Monday morning fell by almost two figures from the opening at around 1.2563 to 1.2375 minimum, thereby returning to a designated earlier range of 1.21-1.24. The dollar strengthened across currencies except the yen, while, judging by evrovym crosses, the euro is falling even faster pace.

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