Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Volkswagen’

Dow Jones Industrial Average overcomes the threat of collapse and is ready for a new record

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

The DJIA waited for his finest hour, the bulls are no longer afraid of a new collapse. Dow Jones Industrial Average was 10,343.11 points, picking up +222.58 points, or 2.20%. Meanwhile, the European stock market ends trading in the green zone. Stock market in Germany again concluded the session on the positive territory with a significant increase in the indices.

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The stock market today: FTSE 100 falls steadily, Aviva and Schroders falling at record lows

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

The stock market started to plummet today. FTSE 100 lost about 1%. Trading on major European markets have opened more than one per cent gepom and in the first hours of the session indexes continued to decline. Closer to the afternoon, the situation is normalized with respect and value stock indicators returned to levels of discovery.

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Stock market today: FTSE, DAX 30 and CAC grow after the collapse, Dow Jones Industrial Average is waiting for new tests

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

The Stock market today is under the great bearish pressure. The level of support for the futures bids of Dow Jones Industrial Average is rising. Stock market for the U.S. Dow Jones Industrial Average will open in the green zone. Today, the leading European markets adjusted upwards after yesterday’s collapse of. British FTSE 100 increased by 0.81%, German DAX 30 grew by 0,54%, French CAC 40 became more expensive to 0,71%.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average remains under threat of a new collapse, the bulls hope for Alcoa

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial may fall to their lowest point of the week – 10,200.00 today. This opinion was expressed by analysts on the eve of Open Knowledge. The overall negative on global stock markets makes the bulls keep from large volumes of trades on the Dow Jones Industrial today. At the same time, there is hope for support from the rapid growth of Alcoa.

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China makes the DAX index grow today

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Monday, June 21, the German index showed healthy growth indices. The main reason for this was China’s announcement coming weakening currency corridor. In addition, the central bank of Germany has raised its forecasts for GDP growth to 1.9% this year and 1,4% in 2011 The German DAX index added 1.22% and reached a level of 6,292.97 points and the index TecDAX advanced on 1,60% to a mark of 789.61 points.

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DAX calls Dow Jones Industrial Average to be careful and avoid the collapse

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to be in the green zone. At the time Dow Jones index stands at around 10,446.90 points. Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 12.73 points (0.12%). On Friday, June 18, trades on the German stock exchanges were spineless. Macro-economic statistics of European countries came out mixed. Producer price index for the last year in Germany was above expectations, and the UK budget deficit in May was in better condition than anticipated.

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Porshe suffers from significant losses due to Volkswagen

Friday, June 18th, 2010

The Porsche company said Porshe a loss for 9 months due to costs associated with integration with Volkswagen.

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Dow Jones Industrial is approaching the red zone rapidly and is ready for collapse

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average conducts trading in futures U.S. stock markets in a negative zone. Analysts are not predicting a collapse for Dow Jones, but the index will not grow rapidly. So the news from the auto market in Europe: Representatives of the company Continental, which is the second largest European manufacturer of automotive components, announced plans to sell bonds worth 4 billion euros ($ 4.9 billion) in several steps to reduce dependence on bank finance companies.

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Dow Jones Industrial is approaching the red zone rapidly

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average conducts trading in futures U.S. stock markets in a negative zone. Analysts are not predicting a collapse for Dow Jones, but the index will not grow rapidly. So the news from the auto market in Europe: Representatives of the company Continental, which is the second largest European manufacturer of automotive components, announced plans to sell bonds worth 4 billion euros ($ 4.9 billion) in several steps to reduce dependence on bank finance companies.

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Oil prices made Dow Jones Industrial Average powerful and fearless

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average began trading on the U.S. stock market with low start. At the time Dow Jones is stepped over the line in glvny 10000 points. Dow Jones is 10,056.14 points. Growth rate of index Dow +116.16 points (1.17%). The positive trend started by good statistics and reports on oil reserves in the U.S..

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