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Dow Jones Industrial Average: the week will bring some nasty surprises

Monday, June 14th, 2010

The U.S. stock market on Friday, June 11, opened lower prices of most the blue chips. After a bad start bulls supported Dow Jones Industrial Average. A look at the market at the beginning of the week: Dow Jones Industrial Average began to grow on a background of positive news from Asia, Latin America and the United States. At the same time, European problems and political collapse in Belgium can bring some nasty surprises for Dow Jones.


Dow Jones Industrial Average: prospects, projections and look back

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average justified forecasts of analysts, S & P rose against the distrust of investors. U.S. trades in the stock market finished the week on a positive note. Happy Friday, May 21, futures on the S & P continued to decline and reached 1051.5 points, significantly interrupting anti-record of the day “mistakes trader” and came close to the level of the three-month minimum. As a result, at the opening of trading value of the Dow Jones was substantially (80 points) below the psychologically important level of 10,000 points, which on 6 May seemed unattainable, and in February for two weeks kept the quotes from the fall.


Dow Jones Industrial Average: the tragic history repeated

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average continues to seek a foothold in the background of turmoil and instability in high-tech sectors of the U.S. economy. Market analysts believe in the power and strength of Dow Jones, but the reaction from the traders hadn’t come. Stock trades in the U.S. opened a small increase in the leading index. In the absence of statistics on the U.S. economy to the forefront of the news from Europe. On the eve of world capital markets is a new wave of uncertainty in connection with the debt problems of the eurozone countries and the potential impact of these problems on the pace of U.S. economic growth. Investors got rid of almost all assets, except for U.S.