Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘SSE 50’

Oil prices tend to minus

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Oil prices have not been able to maintain a positive trend. Oil futures Brent and Light Sweet traded in negative zone below 73 dollars per barrel. At the moment the price of oil futures transactions were ($ / bbl.): Light, Sweet Crude Oil (July) – 72.36 (-0.22) with the range of quotations 71,76-72,94; IPE Brent Crude (July) – 72.60 (-0.11) in the range of quotations 72,06-73,10.


Shanghai Composite fell into a deep coma

Monday, May 17th, 2010

The composite index of Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai Composite – China’s main stock index – has completed today’s trading record drop to 5.07% – its lowest level over the last year in 2559.93 points. The reasons for today’s drop quotes are very similar to the previous collapse May 6 2010 (Shanghai Composite Index dropped to 4,1%, when the occasion served as a fire-sale investors’ expectations for further action by the Chinese authorities to curb speculative capital inflows into real estate).


Forecast: Dow Jones Industrial Average waits for interesting rally

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Predictions about the rising or falling Dow Jones Industrial Average are very vague and depend on many factors, anticipate these factors ahead of a very, very difficult, but possible. It is quite possible that the index Dow Jones Industrial Average set sights on a mark at 12 000 points by the end of the year and 13 000 points in 2011. The American stock market lies ahead rally. This opinion is shared by Peter Moric, a professor of business school named after Robert Smith at the University of Maryland and former chief economist of the International Trade Commission USA.


Oil prices have fallen sharply

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Oil is under pressure. The reason – the refusal of investors to buy long-term futures. Oil futures Brent and Light Sweet today traded in negative zone after the oil markets on the eve of the first time in five trading sessions has risen. Since the beginning of the day oil fell more than $ 1 per barrel.