Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘FTSEurofirst 300’

Rio Tinto plc (NYSE: RTP) has collapsed after yesterday’s sharp rise as the FTSE 100 falls

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

Rio Tinto plc (ADR) (NYSE: RTP) rose to 54.65 points in the U.S.. Rio Tinto plc gained +2.73 points, or 5.26%. Company’s shares are reduced during pre-market up to 54.57, losing -0.15% today. At the same time, FTSE 100 index was 5,380.87 points, losing -16.24 points (-0.30%) from the very beginning.


Treat of collapse for the Dow Jones Industrial and oil prices today

Friday, June 18th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average managed to overcome bearish trend yesterday. Level Dow Jones Industrial Average 10,434.17 points, +0.24% was achieved yesterday due to good economic statistics. At the same time, European stock markets closed on Thursday, increasing against the background of the Spanish auction on placement of government bonds, and this occurred despite the very poor statistics from the U.S..


Dow Jones Industrial Average may change the growth for substantial collapse

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average is on a slippery foothold. Bears are confident in today’s victory against the collapse of the Japanese and all Asian markets. Bulls on the Dow Jones Industrial index fear the growth of commodity markets. European stock markets fell on Tuesday on continued European debt crisis, the pressures on the restoration of the world economy.


Dow Jones Industrial Average is trying to grow on the bones of Europe

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average continue trading at the U.S. stock market in the green zone, then in the red zone. At this point in time collapse Dow Jones Industrial was replaced by some growth. Stock trading in Europe ended in the fall of the major indexes amid fears of investors about the financial crisis in several countries of the Old World.


Mixed dynamics can’t guarantee the growth of Dow Jones Industrial Average

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average will be exposed to risk associated with many important European factors. Dow Jones Industrial rose yesterday to a record amount – +225.52 points (2.25%). Trading on the U.S. stock market will begin to Dow Jones from a mark of 10,249.54 points. At the same time, European stock markets were closed on Wednesday in al minus background of negative attitudes of investors to take risks.


Dow Jones Industrial Average is ready to fly down

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average was unable to contain the onslaught of the next bear flocks. Drop in U.S. stock market began with the Dow Jones and moved to the other – namely, the Standard & Poors and Nasdaq. At the opening of stock trading in the U.S. on May 25 is expected to decrease in leading indexes. In the quotations will be pressure new fears of investors in connection with the debt problems of countries of the Old World. At this point in time quotations of futures for the Dow Jones index fell by 227 points (-2.26%), the index S & P – at 27.7 points (-2.59%), the index of Nasdaq – by 39.25 points (- 2,17%).


Forecast exchange rate remains negative for euro

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Exchange rate euro pressed to its lowest level. The fall of the euro due to the massive problems the euro area and U.S. growth. Experts see a drop in euro and in the long term. European stock markets were closed on Monday different directions against the continuing European problems and not the desire of investors to take risks.


Dow Jones and hope for the new week

Monday, May 17th, 2010

European stock markets were closed on Friday, falling due to the growing concerns associated with Greece and the whole state of the eurozone. “We see a lot of (shares) in the red zone. There is concern about how long they would act in the eurozone plan,” – said Peter Dixon, economist at Commerzbank. “Before weekends investors do not want to leave the position (open). The banking index DJ EURO STOXX fell on Friday to 172.05 (-6.84%). Paper Societe Generale have fallen by 8.63%, BNP Paribas at 7.41%, UBS at 4.67%, Banco Santander to 8.98%, Deutsche Bank at 4.15%.


FTSE and Dow Jones are supported by Allianz and ING Groep

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

European stock markets closed on Wednesday the growth against the background of good financial reporting by companies Allianz and ING Groep, as well as Spain’s decision to move to austerity measures in the financial sector. “Companies continue to show strong statements, as well as economic statistics, continues to positively surprise”, – said Kevin Lilley of Royal London Asset Management.