Posts Tagged ‘Dow Jones’

U.S. Stock Market Got Weak Again

U.S. stock market closed lower amid three positive economic data. Market participants consider three data is not enough to withstand potential selling pressure towards the close of this year. Nevertheless, the S & P 500 rose 6.5 percent this month. Thus, this index is in the best performance in December since 1991. Earlier, three U.S. economic data (USA) get positive. Labor market reports, business activity and housing all showed surprising strength.

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Steve Jobs, The Successful Apple CEO

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Corporate., Steve Jobs became a star in American business. His success brought Apple from bankruptcy into a company renowned sparkling encourage American media, MarketWatch rewarding tribute to Steve as the CEO of the top in this decade. MarketWatch, Dow Jones-owned subsidiary of United News Corp media magnate, Rupert Murdoch rate that Apple has developed into the most successful technology companies in the world.

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Wall Street Raises Because of FedEx & Technology

Trade world stock sell-off lately observed, monitored rose on Wall Street. Strengthening FedEx is supported by a bullish outlook for growth is expanding. Admittedly, the shares have recorded a good performance in 2010, on Thursday gave big gains as investors tried to increase their profits back at the end of the year. In addition to the number of stocks that fell on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq.

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Dow Jones Appears to Increase

Dow Jones appears to increase, as well as the S & P 500 due to investors' views that the fading of the Chinese action to tame growth. In addition, the technical index in the short term this seems too low.

While the Nasdaq index closed lower end the increase for eight consecutive days because most technology sector stocks suffered profit taking action. The volume of transactions recorded approximately 7.32 billion shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. Still far below the daily average this year of as much as 8.62 billion.

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