Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘U.S. Department of Commerce’

Dow Jones Industrial Average: the fall continues, the collapse may begin by the end of trades

Friday, June 11th, 2010

Data on economic statistics, the U.S. continues to oppress bulls Dow Jones Industrial Average. Trading volumes remained low. Dow index is at around 10,130.21 points. Dow Jones fell by -42.32 points or -0.42% since the start of trading the U.S. stock market. Now look at the statistics:

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Dow Jones Industrial Average: the end of bidding will be marked by the collapse

Friday, June 11th, 2010

The energy and high technology sectors of the U.S. economy become the leaders of reduction. Stock trading in the U.S. on June 11 movement opened up different directions leading indexes against the background of macroeconomic news. After the start of the trading session came the report of the University of Michigan index of consumer confidence in the U.S., which, according to preliminary data, in June 2010 rose to 75.5 points from the May value of 73.6 points.

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The exchange rate euro and expensive oil

Friday, June 11th, 2010

The exchange rate euro starts the game to increase. What was happening in the past few days, the strengthening of the euro and at the same time weakening the dollar could not affect the primary sites – up to yesterday’s trading oil has risen again. The July Brent crude contract rose in price by 1,37%, reaching values of 75.29 dollars per barrel, the next grade WTI futures rose to 1,48% – to 75.48 dollars per barrel.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average began trades with the minuscule risk

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average began trading on the stock market in the U.S. in the positive zone. Yesterday’s increase in the growth of Dow Jones Industrial index gives the bulls a new portion of hope. At the opening of stock trading in the U.S. on June 3 2010. expected to increase leading indexes. This is evidenced by the dynamics of futures on U.S. stock indicators, which are likely to continue to grow today after the conclusion of the previous trading session increased more than 2%. As a result of trading on June 2 2010. Dow Jones index rose by 2,25% – to 10,249.54 points.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is preparing for the week of great recovery

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is a potential leader of growth on the world’s stock trades on the week. Dow Jones surprised the bear resistant to the negative data of international statistics. Stock trades in the U.S. on June 1 2010. approached the second half of trades mainly with the increase of leading indexes against the backdrop of favorable statistics. Investors are closely watching the developments in the national economy. Today the U.S. Department of Commerce provided data on the amount of construction costs in the U.S. in April 2010. The index rose by 2,7% compared to the revised rate in March and amounted to 869.1 billion dollars. Meanwhile, analysts expect that this figure will not change.

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Dow Jones Industrial starts rapidly and fights back the bears

Thursday, May 27th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average did not fall throughout the trading session today. Investors look confidently into the future. Stock trades in the U.S. opened a sharp rise of the leading index, while the previous trading session had closed the Dow Jones falling below the psychological mark of 10,000 points. Toward the middle of the trading the Dow Jones index rose 208.96 points (2.09%) – up to 10,183.51 points, the index S & P – at 171.34 points (1.48%) to 11,715.24 points, the index Nasdaq – by 59.19 points (2.7%) to 2,255.07 points.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to squeeze out the bears to a minimum

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average has failed to keep, plus 1%, but still trades above 10,000 points. Now Dow Jones Industrial Average gained +27.05 (0.27%) and returned to a mark of 10,070.80. Stock trades in the U.S. opened on May 26 the growth of leading indexes, whereas since the beginning of the week stock indicators dropped incessantly. Other stock market indexes are: Index S & P – at 180.93 points (1.57%) – up to 11,699.01 points, the index of Nasdaq – by 32.94 points (1.49%) – up to 2,243.89 points. Thus, as predicted, there was a technical rebound upwards. The positive trend emerged before, when opened in a minus, the Exchange to its closure were still able to play most of the losses.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is in a suspended state

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average to justify the hopes of bulls and some experts, although the increase in the index looks uncertain. The stock market is prepared to attack bears, but the losses remain. Dow Jones intends to find a new foothold in the reports, which will be released in the U.S. before the end of the week. Stock trades in the U.S. 18 May 2010. open to different movements of leading indexes against the background of statistical data on the U.S. economy and corporate reporting the largest U.S. companies. In general, submission of quarterly reports from companies were sufficiently favorable.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average came as a wedge into the bear flocks

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average prefers to grow slowly in the short period of time. Dow index will not try to grow by 5-7% during the same session, but to lose ground and does not intend to. The growth of Dow Jones Industrial Average is progressive and powerful. Major U.S. stock indices at the opening of trading on Tuesday, rising against the background of the strong development of statistics on the real estate industry in the country and producer prices, according to data exchanges.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average is waiting for better times

Friday, May 14th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average was weak. Dow Jones index traded on the rising trend in volatility during yesterday’s trading on U.S. exchanges. Investors talk about a new wave of cuts and falls. Stock trades in the U.S. have closed significant and undeniable decline in major indexes, including the reduction of S & P. Impact on market participants provided data on unemployment in the United States. Data on unemployment have influenced the change of quotations of leading U.S. banks. Than became the next problems: Goldman Sachs (-1,73%), Morgan Stanley (-0,65%), Citigroup (-2,15%), UBS (-2,40%).

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