Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘U.S. Department of Commerce’

Collapse: DJIA, Bank of America (NYSE: BAC), Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC), Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) and Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG)

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

U.S. stock trading opened with a sharp decline in the leading index on the background of macroeconomic news. Banks suffered first. Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) shares fell to 13.30 points lost -2.42%. Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) fell to 26.69 points, a decrease of -3.89%. Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) stood at 26.70, losing -2.31%.


The DJIA can make a jump at the end of today’s trading

Friday, July 30th, 2010

The DJIA will try to grow at the end of trading today – assured analysts. Dow Jones Industrial Average was at around 10,495.84 points, gaining +28.68 (0.27%). Stock auctions have opened decrease in leading indexes after the publication of preliminary data on the country’s GDP in the II quarter.


The DJIA is losing support as the Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) fell lower and lower

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE: BAC) moved down 14 points yesterday. Bank of America Corp. up 13.99 points, losing -0.20 (-1.41%). U.S. economic data disappointed investors. The DJIA declined throughout the second half of the trading session yesterday. Dow Jones Industrial Average losses could be greater, but the bulls to support the market in the last minute. Thus, the volume of orders for durable goods in the U.S. in June decreased by 1,0%. This was reported in U.S. Department of Commerce.


The fall of the DJIA is expected during today’s session

Friday, July 9th, 2010

The decrease of the Dow Jones Industrial Average along with the other leading indexes is expected by analytics at the first half of today’s session at the U.S. stocks. Such forecasts are based on the dynamics of futures for leading stock market indicators. During the previous trading the confident growth of the U.S. stock indexes was observed due to the published U.S. economy statistics that appeared to be better than predicted.


The Dow Jones Industrial collapse is a harbinger of a terrible crisis in the U.S.

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

The collapse of the Dow Jones Industrial Average becoming the new omen of an early start of the next wave of financial crisis in the U.S.. Dow Jones Industrial approaching the mark of 9,895.47 points. Losses for the Dow Index reached -243.05 (-2.40%). Facts speak louder than all that the U.S. economy in the way of the second bottom, of course it is up to him have not yet got. Of course, the various signals may be false, and perhaps this time everything will be different. But reality says otherwise.


Forecast: Dow Jones Industrial Average will rise sharply to the new highs

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Average Dow Jones Industrial is located at around 10,167.99 points. Bulls were able to pay dividends for the Dow Jones Industrial in the form of +24.18 points (0.24%). At the opening of stock trading is expected to increase leading indexes tomorrow. Investors are encouraged by the results concluded in Toronto Summit G20, which participants agreed on the reduction of public deficits and continue to stimulate the economy.


Dow Jones Industrial Average will complete the day with collapse or a sharp increase

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average reached 10,149.86 points after a sharp fall in early trading the U.S. stock market. G-8 summit and the G-20 ended with a solemn promise to the leaders of the largest economies in the world to mend budget hole by half by 2013 the ninth year, and eventually to stabilize the budget (I mean to drive the deficit to 3% of frame) in 2016. Stock markets react to the summit meeting of the volatile, Dow Jones Industrial Average rising slightly. DJIA is strong today, – as the experts say.


U.S. stocks: day of joy and a week of losses for the Dow Jones Industrial

Friday, June 25th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average won the fight but lost a week-long battle. Trading in the U.S. on Friday, June 25 ended primarily due to growth of stock indices shares of financial companies. Investors are pleased with the fact that concerted Senate and House of Representatives of the Draft Law on the regulation of the financial sector was not as tough as expected. But the following week, the indices fell.


Dow Jones Industrial continues to wallow in a swamp of red zone

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial Average began to fall rapidly. Support for the Dow index was left behind. U.S. stock trading on June 16 opened with a decrease in leading indexes against the background of macroeconomic news, which are today the focus of investors. At this time the Dow Jones index dropped by 34.61 points (-0.33%) – up to 10,370.16 points, the index S & P – on 3.04 points (-0.27%) – up to 1,112.33 points, and Index Nasdaq – on 6.26 points (-0.27%) and amounted to 2,299.56 points.


The stock market today: Dow Jones Industrial waits for Asian miracle

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

Stock market today begins its ascent from Asia. Dow Jones Industrial Average will depend on future trading in Asia. Dow Jones index ended trading on a positive note on Friday and expects to increase on Monday. Trading on stock exchanges in Asia Monday, June 14, will likely show growth of quotations on a background of raw material prices, appreciation of the yen against the euro, the outcome of trading in the U.S., as well as reduce the fears of debt crisis in Europe.