Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Washington’

The Fed: Mixed feelings and US deflation

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

When the policy of the Fed met in Washington to measure the economic pulse and to identify policies, their thoughts were busy prices. And to be precise – they fall. Can not say that we are now suffering from deflation. Consumer Price Index, excluding food and energy, in April and May grew by 0.9% on an annualized basis – a slight increase in 44 years.

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Dow Jones Industrial will grow rapidly as JPMorgan Chase & Co ceases to fall

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Bulls no longer nervous and are trading with confidence. Dow Jones Industrial gained about 1% after a slight fall in early trading today. DJIA made a stop at the mark of 10,413.50 points, taking with bears +91.20 points (0.88%). JPMorgan Chase & Co becoming more expensive to 1,067% after early fall.

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Free trade and US new financial reform: myths

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Financial reform is coming to the U.S.. To understand what happens let’s look back. Last year in New York held a debate entitled “Politics” buy American / hire Americans – two-edged sword “, was attended by several hundred people. Then the three defenders of free trade to the challenge of three known protectionists, who often flash across our television screens. Initially it was assumed that the outcome of the voting audience of supporters of free trade lose to a team: 45% to 55%.

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Obama sacrifices banks and begins a historic reform of the U.S. financial system

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

President Obama signed into law the most radical since the Great Depression of the 1930 reform of the mechanisms regulating the U.S. financial system. The main purpose of the law is to prevent the recurrence of financial crisis in the U.S. two years ago and then engulfed the entire world. “Legislation on the reform of financial regulation is a necessary and far-reaching step towards preventing the recurrence of the recent financial crisis,” – said on the eve of the signing of the law Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.

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Dow Jones Industrial climbed higher and higher as the FTSE 100 won 1% today

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average has prevented all attempts to impose a bear trend. Dow index is at around 9,918.45 points, having won 174.83 points (1.79%) for the last day. DJIA rising steadily against the background of recent statements by Chinese officials and the successful closing of European stock exchanges. European stocks have grown up to the auction on Wednesday 7 July. Shares of banks were on the rise in anticipation of information on methods for stress tests. BP shares have risen in price thanks to speculation of a sale of the share of Arab investors. Pan-European Stoxx Europe 600 index rose by 1.3% to 246.06 points, Britain’s FTSE 100 – has increased by 1% to 5015 points, Germany’s DAX – on 0,8% to 5993 points, the French CAC-40 – for 1,7 % to 3483 points.

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Obama, Cameron and oil spill

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

So now we have a statement of the president Barack Obama. His anger at the situation with BP does not have a nothing personal. Just business. In a conversation held with British Prime Minister, David Cameron, the American president said that his obvious desire to find the one who “Pour on the first number in BP, totally not a manifestation of anti-British sentiments. The president’s words, of course, encouraging. But the situation with BP was a sad reminder that for the widely advertised “special relationship” between the U.S. and Britain hidden mutual hatred, ready to boil over at the first emergency.

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The DJIA collapse and the beginning of the second wave of crisis

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average fell victim to a combination of circumstances today. Fears about the pace of global growth hit financial markets hard Tuesday, with stocks sliding and investors stampeding into the safety of the dollar and U.S. government bonds. Concerns about euro zone sovereign debt were once again partly driving the weaker sentiment, as the European Central Bank scrambled to reassure markets that Thursday’s expiration of a EUR442 billion bank-lending program won’t destabilize the financial system.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average and S & P500 are near new collapse

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average was 10,465.21 points. Dow Jones Industrial tried to grow from the very beginning of trading, but after an hour began to fall in the level of 10,415.11 points. S & P500 reached the upper limits of the first line of resistance. Yesterday the U.S. stock market, something happened that we predicted a week ago. Moving in the uplink, index of wide market S & P500 touched the upper boundary of the zone of resistance at 1,130 points.

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Currency exchange rates today: Dollar, euro, pound and the effect of the phoenix

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Currency exchange rates today remain unstable and unpredictable. Will the dollar exchange rate equal to the euro? When the British pound will regain the position of absolute leader in the foreign exchange market? Can defaults in Europe finally derail the exchange rate euro? To answer these questions should consider the situation in global financial markets in a macroeconomic perspective. Again calls the followers of the old economic Religion: Repent before it’s too late; pay for financial sins – death. But perhaps time has come to save?.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average goes for a new spurt up, S & P is going down rapidly

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average close to the mark of 10,469.69 points. Dow Jones Industrial seeking growth +35.52 points (0.34%). At the moment of time S & P is on 1.39 points (-0.12%) – up to 1,114.86 points , index Nasdaq – on 2.49 points (-0.12%) – up to 2303.91 points. Stock trades in the U.S. on June 18 opened a decrease in the leading index in anticipation of expiration of options and futures on stocks and indices. In this regard, traders expect that the session today was formed rather calm and volatility observed in the previous days, some will fall. In addition, there is no statistical data on the U.S. economy, which could make substantial changes in the dynamics of quotations on American stock trades.

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