Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Merck’

The DJIA continues to break the bearish trend today

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Today’s session at the leading U.S. stocks opened with a small increase in stock indexes as the Dow Jones index increased +133.74 (1.37%), the S&P rose 0.1% and the Nasdaq grew 0.2.%. Just before the beginning of today’s trading the prices for raw materials grew rapidly, leading to the shift of investor’s moods. By the beginning of the session the oil quotations rose more than 1%, overcoming $72 per barrel. DJIA is 9,877.36 points at the moment.


Pessimism of investors and stock market crash vs the DJIA bullish trend

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average will start bidding with minus about 0,5%, but by mid-session support for the Dow index would grow and DJIA will direct growth. Thursday, July 1 main U.S. stock market indexes have completed the session in the red area. Attention players fully focused on the state of the U.S. market, Europe’s problems on the backburner: single European currency strengthened against the dollar by more than 2%.


Dow Jones Industrial Average isn’t ready for the new bearish attack

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Bearish trend rules at the U.S. stocks today. Dow Jones Industrial Average remains on shaky position, floating between the green and red zone. Talking about the growth of the U.S. stock market is difficult, because the overall trading volumes remain low. Dow Jones index is at around 10,440.21 points, losing -2.20 points. At the same time, the dollar index declines by 0.06%, gold and silver are traded in positive territory at 0.5% and 0.9% respectively, industrial metals and energy prices show mixed dynamics.


Dow Jones Industrial Average trample bearish trend

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Dow can’t go down, – as the bulls say… Alcoa makes the Dow Jones Industrial Average to rise throughout the day. The stock market situation today is mostly driven by the move of the Central Bank of China. As reported, Chinese monetary authorities have allowed some revaluation of yuan and that caused some euphoria among the traders. Later, when the facts about yuan new state policy become clarified the market euphoria was evaporated. By fact, the free-float yuan remains an distant American dream, furthermore – the announced move can devalue yuan in the long term.


U.S. Stock Market: Dow Jones forecasts and past losses

Monday, May 31st, 2010

Dow Jones industrial average could not be a hero of the new week. Now trading in the stock market does not pass, but the forecast for the rest of the week remains relatively negative. On Friday, May 28, the U.S. stock markets are putting an end not only by the outcome of the day and week, but ending the month as a whole since Monday 31 May in the U.S. will be closed on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance for the victims in all the battles of American soldiers.


Dow Jones Industrial Average: new data led to further losses

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average can not boast of growth. New economic statistics added problems of bulls. Fall Average Dow Jones Industrial reaches the mark of 10,154.84 points. Loss of Dow Jones is equal to one percent. Prior to the opening of trading in the U.S. in world markets in varying degrees has occurred Rally – Asian indices closed in positive territory, European and grew up in commodity markets dominated by upward movement. However, as the release of the American Statistical positive was no longer valid, Europe partly left in a minus. Exterior “clouds” were to thicken, when media published a statement of the North Korean general with the new threats of war against the South Korean.


Dow Jones Industrial Average goes down at the beginning of trades

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average was unable to keep the trend of growth. At 17:30 the Dow Jones IA index fell by 0.55% to 10,725.74 points, the index of Nasdaq – on 1,21% to 2,346.03 points and the S & P 500 – by 0.60% to 1,152.73 points. U.S. stock trading opened on Tuesday decrease in indexes on the background of concerns about the development of Greek fiscal debt crisis.


U.S. stock indexes: DJIA rose, S & P 500 fell

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

U.S. blue chips on Wednesday rose against the better-than-expected reports on profits, Boeing and United Technologies, but the broader stock index Standard & Poor’s 500 fell, despite a strong record of Apple in response to falling equity in healthcare sector, under pressure in connection to reform its management.