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Oil gained over 8% and jumped to $53/barrel

2/5/2015 8:08:37 AM

Oil gained over 8% and jumped to $53/barrel   Oil (Light Crude) is experiencing one of the wildest rides there are. Yesterday, it gained over 8% and jumped to $53/barrel, today, it’s worth $48.45/barrel which equals to a 8.67% downfall. On the other hand, all major metals ended green as gold went up by 0.69%, silver gained a little extra value in a form of +0.06%. Copper did almost just like silver, as it climbed up by 0.04% and platinum gained almost a half of a percent.   Most ...

GBP managed to gain 0.20%

2/4/2015 9:07:55 AM

GBP managed to gain 0.20% Canadian Dollar (CAD) ceased going up as it dropped down by 1.30%. European Euro (EUR) lost a little under half a percent. British Pound (GBP) managed to gain 0.20% after today. Australian Dollar (AUD) shed 0.44%. One of the today’s gainers was Japanese Yen (JPY), which finished at + 0.12%.   Oil (Light crude) is “on a fire”. Oil (Light crude) is “on a fire”. Gaining 8% two days ago, 1% yesterday and another 7.02% today means ...

Stocks in U.S. were blooming

2/4/2015 8:52:51 AM

Stocks in U.S. were blooming   North and South American Stock Markets North and South American Stock Markets finished much higher today. Stocks in U.S. were blooming, as S&P 500 jumped up by another 1.44%, Dow Jones joined the trampoline and added 1.76% to its value and Nasdaq didn’t stay far behind, gaining 1.09%. Down south, the Bovespa soared by 2.76% and Mexican IPC followed all of them by gaining 1.52%.   Asian Stock Markets Asian markets finished sharply ...

Asian markets finished sharply lower

2/3/2015 8:40:22 AM

Asian markets finished sharply lower   North and South American Stock Markets North and South American Stock Markets finished mixed today. Stocks in U.S. were green, when S&P 500 soared by 1.30%, Dow Jones went up by 1.14% and Nasdaq jumped up by 0.89%. In Brazil, the Bovespa gained 1.58% and the IPC from Mexico posted a fail, as it lost 2.18%.   Asian Stock Markets Asian markets finished sharply lower after today with China leading the region. Shanghai Composite Index ...

Canadian Dollar (CAD) is on a rise

2/3/2015 8:38:41 AM

Canadian Dollar (CAD) is on a rise Forex Canadian Dollar (CAD) is on a rise, getting an extra 0.90% today. European Euro (EUR), is green and got 0.28%. British Pound (GBP) didn’t really change, as it only lost a 0.02%. Australian Dollar (AUD) lost a small portion, only 0.10%. Last major currency on our list is Japanese Yen (JPY), which closed today’s session 0.71% lower.   Commodity Oil (Light crude) posted another gain and finally crossed the $50/barrel line, gaining ...

United States’ S&P 500 is 1.30% lower

2/2/2015 8:28:35 AM

United States’ S&P 500 is 1.30% lower   North and South American Stock Markets Markets on the western side of Atlantic finished much lower after today’s trading session. United States’ S&P 500 is 1.30% lower, Dow Jones dropped by 1.45% and Nasdaq is off by 1.03%. This had an effect on South American markets, as Brazil’s Bovespa is 1.79% in the red and Mexico’s IPC lost 2.18%.   Asian Stock Markets Asian markets finished mixed today, ...

Canadian Dollar kept on rising

2/2/2015 8:25:53 AM

Canadian Dollar kept on rising Canadian Dollar (CAD) kept on rising, when it gained another 0.90% today. Another gainer was European Euro (EUR), which went up by 0.28%. British Pound (GBP) stayed almost unchanged, as it lost 0.02%. Australian Dollar (AUD) moved slightly down, losing 0.10% and Japanese Yen (JPY) finished at minus 0.71%.   Commodities   Oil (Light crude) is again the most interesting commodity to watch, as it flew up high by 8.33% in floor trading, but lost 0.81% ...

Tech companies report, lead by Apple and Facebook

1/31/2015 6:01:07 AM

Tech companies report, lead by Apple and Facebook   First, lets take a look at Facebook’s shares. Facebook’s monthly active users went up by 13% from the previous year. There used to be 1.2 billion of them, there are 1.4 billion monthly active users now. The time people spend on Facebook also went up from previous year, almost by a 10%.   All of this lead to growth of their profit up to $701 million in the fourth quarter, which is a 34% more. They also cut down on ...

Too much oil for too little money

1/31/2015 5:41:59 AM

Too much oil for too little money   While last year, prices for a barrel of oil were (on average) about $93, they dropped below the $44 line now, which matches prices during the Great Recession in 2009. Last year, rigs were popping up all over United States, as people were drilling for more and more money, but as the price got slashed by a half, people have to cut back on producing more.   The demand for oil is not that high anymore, oil supplies are overflowing and countries ...

American markets finished mixed at the closing time today

1/30/2015 12:12:47 PM

American markets finished mixed at the closing time today   American markets finished mixed at the closing time today. While all major United States’ shares went up, Mexican IPC is down by 0.70% and Brazil’s Bovespa is up by 0.14%. In the U.S., S&P 500 is 0.95% higher, Dow Jones gained 1.31% and Nasdaq climbed up by 0.98%. Asian Stock Markets Asian markets are trading lower, as shares in Hong Kong and China are red. Chinese Shanghai Composite Index is down by 1.12% ...