Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘U.S. Treasury Department’

General Electric (NYSE: GE) and American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) may fall

Friday, August 20th, 2010

General Electric (NYSE: GE) fell below 15.05 points, losing -0.20 (-1.31%). American International Group, Inc. (NYSE: AIG) shares continue to trade in the green zone close to – 35.65 points, gaining +0.10 (0.28%) in early trading.


The DJIA is ready to leap: the question is – up or down?

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial conducts successful trading session today. The level of support for the Dow index rising, but change is inevitable. The DJIA is a mark of 10,417.32 points, Dow index gained +95.02 (0.92 per day. At the same time, the U.S. Treasury still intends to sell 1.5 billion shares of Citigroup. The U.S. Treasury Department announced the U.S. intention to sell Citigroup announced a few hours ago.


The DJIA and the whole U.S. stock market reacted for 1.1 billion shares of Citigroup sale

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average decreased from the first minutes of trading on the stock market today. Dow Jones Industrial loses some points -11.94 (-0.12%). Dow index stands at around 9,762.08 points. Bulls do not replace the shoulder support for DJIA. Meanwhile, the U.S. Treasury sold another 1.1 billion shares of Citigroup.


Dow Jones Industrial Average: 1% of growth is not guaranteed avoiding collapse

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Stock trading USA moving into a phase of the game on a short-term positions. Trading volume on the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling on the background of a slight increase sales and reduce shopping. At this moment the Dow Jones index rose by 86.23 points (0.85%) – up to 10,277.12 points, the index S & P – at 10.03 points (0.92%) – up to 1,099.66 points, the index Nasdaq – by 26.46 points (1.18%) and amounted to 2,270.42 points.


Dow Jones Industrial Average is afraid of a new powerful collapse

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

The national debt will exceed GDP by 2015. This statement was another blow for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the entire U.S. stock market. Economic growth in the U.S. is at a low level and expect to rise in Dow Jones Industrial will be very difficult. While the whole of Europe is occupied by a reduction of existing public debt, the U.S. continues to build up sovereign debt, trying to “shake up” the economy, showing occasional faint signs of recovery.