Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Egypt’

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.


Ukrainian millionaires continue to feed Cyprus

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

Ukraine during the first quarter of 2010 invested in objects other countries 587,800,000 dollars, which 8.4 times the figure for the entire year 2009. Direct investments from Ukraine were carried out in 47 countries, from 93,4% of them were sent to Cyprus.


Stock markets today: Dow Jones Industrial, gold price and U.S. dispute with China

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Stock markets could bring a lot of surprises today. Gold price and Dow Jones have become flagships of the markets last week. Support and confidence of buyers for the gold and blue-chip Dow Jones was huge. Last week, the U.S. and China entered into a dispute about the import, export and exchange rates. Dow Jones Industrial Average was able to grow to a peak of 10,450.64 points last time. The level of growth was +16.47 points (0.16%). Gold has set an absolute record of the year … World trade is returned in an era when it was not private, and public business, and most important source of national sovereignty served as gold.


Real Estate in Turkey rises in price unexpectedly

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

The global fall in house prices was not reflected fully in the growing resort markets of countries with positive population trend. The fact is that real estate markets in Turkey, the Dominican Republic, the resort towns of Mexico and Egypt continue to stay in the green zone. Index of growth of the Turkish real estate exceeded 8% in the first quarter of 2010, which was European record for the market.


Volcanic eruption in Iceland continues, but the aircraft began to fly

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland continues to actively spewing magma, but airlines have dared to resume the flights. Sheremetyevo International Airport said the resumption of flights to a number of areas that were previously canceled due to the closure of airspace in Europe.


Volcano in Iceland and global cataclysms

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Volcano in Iceland is only a speck of dust in the system of global cataclysms. Icelandic volcano, whose name I will not dare say without hesitation, have reached the hackneyed idea of the fragility of civilization, that nature is still far stronger than man, well and the transitory nature of existence in general. With such a melancholy head Europeans should be particularly pleased to enjoy the heavenly glow of the eruption – an unprecedented scarlet and purple sunsets, like the one he saw in his unit Shakhmatovo June 4, 1901:


Britain will return artifacts to Egypt

Friday, March 5th, 2010

Great Britain is ready to return to Egypt 25 000 of antiques. This result has been reached after long lasting negotiations. These artifacts of the period from Stone Age to seventh millennium BC are to be exhibit in the Museum of Ahmed Fehri now being built in the oasis Dahla.


Israel is to fence its territory from Egypt

Monday, January 11th, 2010

Israeli authorities have accepted the plan of constructing the barrier on the border with Egypt. The wall is to be built in order to prevent the infiltration of refugees and fighters.


Gaza War: the conflict continues

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

This night Israeli bombers have bombed Gaza territory. The pursuit-planes F-16 have fired missiles straight to the two tunnels on the border of Gaza and Egypt used for smuggling weapons. According to the information four people have got injuries. Eyewitnesses say that also two shots have been made by Israeli tanks.


Protests in Cairo continue

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

After mass demonstrations and a hunger strike, the Cairo protest leaders accepted the offer of Egyptian government to allow 100 protesters to cross the Gaza border. Though it’s quite a small quantity, considering that the number of protesters surpasses thousand, the demonstration leaders still consider it a partial victory. According to them, such offer is a sign of progress in Gaza problem, because earlier Egypt didn’t allow any of the protesters to enter the blockaded city.