Dow Jones Industrial Average is losing ground now

Dow Jones begins to count losses

In brief: Dow Jones Industrial Average was brought down all hopes of bulls to the rapid growth in early trading. U.S. stock markets opened in a significant minus.

Dow Jones Industrial Average was unable to oppose anything bearish trend. Bears take control trading in their paws. Brokers reduce the volume of trades at the outset. Positive statistics are not played a decisive role in the auction in the last day of the week. Now Dow Jones Industrial Average is losing 27.82 points (-0.27%). Dow Index continues trading on the stock market at around 10,230.00 points.

U.S. market have not affected for the positive data from Asia. Japan’s Nikkei 225 added 1.28% in weight, the Australian S & P / ASX 200 rose by 1.79%, South Korea’s Kospi was “difficult” to 0,95%. Reducing showed only Chinese index CSI 300 “thinner” at 0,34%. The Stock Exchanges of Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia auctions were not conducted in connection with national holidays. Higher prices for oil and metals had a favorable effect on the market capitalization of companies Commodities sector. For example, Chinese oil Cnooc added to its asset 2,7%, shares of the third-largest mining company Rio Tinto Group grew by 1.8%, rates in South Korea’s largest oil company SK Energy have jumped by 7%.

Anrey Torbinski
2010-05-28 14:38, Economics.

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