Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Vietnam’

Asian markets don’t fail to astonish bidders

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Thursday, October 2, the principal Asian markets, with the exception of Indonesian and Thai markets, closed in green. According to yesterday’s data, the ISM index grew in July from 55.5 to 56.3 points, surpassing analysts’ forecast of a decrease towards 53 points.

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Coffee prices set an absolute record

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

The futures of Arabica coffee have reached the uptick of 12 years in New York today. Robusta coffee also hit highest level in two years in London due to the tropical storm closing on the coffee-producing countries.

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Avoiding collapse: DJIA is creeping upward, The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) shares rise

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

The DJIA stopped at 10,445.93 points, gaining +1.40%. The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) is still in the green zone. Bulls are bringing Coca-Cola shares to 56.23 points, gaining +0.35 (0.63%) in the first half of the trading session.

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BP plc (NYSE: BP) makes a deal with Talisman Energy Inc. (NYSE: TLM)

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

BP plc (NYSE: BP) shares totaled 41.33 points, rising to +0.65 points, or 1.60%. The British company British Petroleum agreed to sell its assets in Colombia, which will allow it to receive 1.9 billion dollars needed to pay off the victims as a result of oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Temasek is the last of the Mohicans

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

Annual profit investor in real estate company Mapletree Investments Pte, a subsidiary of Singapore state fund Temasek Holdings Pte, rose by 87%. The company plans to double its assets over the next five years. Net profit Mapletree for the fiscal year ended March 31 rose to 393.8 million Singapore dollars ($ 281 million).

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Moody and Fitch have killed the hopes of Greece with Japan

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

On the same day when the agency Moody downgraded the sovereign credit rating from A2 to Greece A3, the rating agency Fitch warned that the credit rating of Japan’s growing debt threatens the country. However, strangely enough, the latter may be a source of funds for the first.

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