Wall Street closed on Wednesday in minor key

Wall Street closed on Wednesday in a minor key on concerns about Greece

The situation in Greece
adversely affected not only
European markets but also overseas:
Wall Street indexes fell. DJIA
lost 0.98%. Of the 30 companies included
in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, has risen
Only Apple, others
showed negative
dynamics. S P 500 lost
0.74%; Nasdaq Composite fell
0.73%.

yesterday, more expensive
shares of Facebook Inc: they went
in price to the historical record of $ 89.25,
and by the end of the day added 1.1%.

Agrochemical
corporation Monsanto Co ahead
Market expectations for profit in the I
quarter, but its revenue was
worse than expected, so yesterday it valuable
paper fell to 5.7%.

Goldman Sachs lowered
rating to General Motors
“Neutral” from “buy.” therefore
GM shares have fallen in price
3.1%. The opposite situation has been done
with Ford, as a result
Ford increased its capitalization
1.4%.

1%
lost aerospace group Boeing:
there is a change in the company
CEO.

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Dollar correction continues

Dollar correction continues

We begin the new month with a bank holiday in many countries today and Monday, so we will probably see some calm sessions, in particular, because today do not go out on non-farm employment data in the US that have been moved to next Friday. At night, there was no special activity in the Asian markets, and today out researches of the industrial sectors of the UK and the US, as well as consumer sentiment index of the Institute of Michigan, which can cause some momentum for the pound and the dollar.

If you look back at the events of this week, you will remember it for a dollar correction. Since mid-March, when the dollar reached an eleven-year high, the dollar index has lost 5.6% after the evaluation of economic data releases investors in April, which is not expected anything good, and now the majority of moves first rate hike since June on the back burner. At the end of next week’s key release will be the publication of the Fed’s non-farm employment data, which is expected to reduce the unemployment rate from 5.5% to 5.4%, and the main data is expected to jump from 126k to 208k.

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