Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘American Institute’

U.S. stocks: DJIA and NASDAQ are afraid of horrific statistics

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial and NASDAQ continues to fall against the background of general negativity and bad statistics. Dow Jones Industrial Average lost their last foothold after the release of negative statistics. Dow Jones is on the verge of another collapse at the level of 9,661.49 points. DJIA lost over 112 points (-1.15%).


Oil prices and U.S. cheap real estate affect the Dow Jones Industrial today

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial is 10,305.92 points. The overall level of incidence for the Dow index is +12.40 points, or 0.12%. Consumers have begun trading on the U.S. stock market more active. At the indexes affected by the new data for statistics: The average price of sales of new homes in the U.S. in May fell by 1% to 200,900 dollars from 202,900 dollars to the revised (initially U.S. $ 198,400) value in April, year on year decline in May was 9.6%.


Dow Jones Industrial Average may fall into coma on a background of European defaults and oil prices

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Dow Jones keeps the level above 10000 points. Although growth slowed, the bulls have removed the main shoulder support. The market blue chip Dow Jones Industrial Average recession. The index lost 40 points, which are purchased today. At the time Dow Jones stands at around 10,017.52 points, rising up today +77.54 points (0.78%). The main reasons for the fall were new threats of defaults in Europe and the oil market:


Dow Jones Industrial Average is preparing for the week of great recovery

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is a potential leader of growth on the world’s stock trades on the week. Dow Jones surprised the bear resistant to the negative data of international statistics. Stock trades in the U.S. on June 1 2010. approached the second half of trades mainly with the increase of leading indexes against the backdrop of favorable statistics. Investors are closely watching the developments in the national economy. Today the U.S. Department of Commerce provided data on the amount of construction costs in the U.S. in April 2010. The index rose by 2,7% compared to the revised rate in March and amounted to 869.1 billion dollars. Meanwhile, analysts expect that this figure will not change.