- Aug 23 Tue 2011 23:08
- Aug 20 Sat 2011 16:24
- Aug 20 Sat 2011 16:16
- Aug 19 Fri 2011 12:01
- 紐約匯市─債券避險買盤 支撐美元走高
- 【歐股盤後】跌逾4% 利空多
- 能源盤後─擔憂經濟減緩 原油大幅收低美元；【能源盤後】慘跌 經濟不妙
- 貴金屬盤後─投資人奔逃 黃金衝上1822美元；【金屬盤後】金價續登天 銅跌
- 克魯曼：義大利和西班牙或走出危機 但脫離歐元區的風險升高
- 以史為鑒 美股標普500指數將再創新低 因暴跌需要時間來治療
- Aug 19 Fri 2011 10:24
U.S. Stocks Tumble on Global Economy, European Funding Concerns
U.S. stocks tumbled, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average down more than 400 points for the fourth time this month, on concern the global economy is slowing and speculation that European banks lack enough capital.
- Aug 18 Thu 2011 23:55
Morgan Stanley Cuts Global Growth Forecast With U.S. ‘Close’ to Recession
Morgan Stanley cut its forecast for global growth this year, citing an “insufficient” policy response to Europe’s sovereign debt crisis, weakened confidence and the prospect of fiscal tightening.
- Aug 18 Thu 2011 09:47
- Aug 18 Thu 2011 09:11
Wells Fargo analysts: Gold bubble will burst
Gold prices, now driving toward their 11th straight year of annual gains after climbing 26 percent thus far this year, are set to crash and burn, a financial services company is warning.
According to analysts with Wells Fargo & Company, the precious metal is prepped to suddenly lose value, Bloomberg reports. Having seen other commodities' bubbles burst, the firm wrote the report out of consideration for gold enthusiasts, the lead analyst told the news service.
- Aug 16 Tue 2011 15:03
Google to Buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 Billion to Gain Wireless Patents
Google Inc. (GOOG), the biggest maker of smartphone software, agreed to buy Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. for $12.5 billion in its largest acquisition, gaining mobile patents and expanding in the hardware business.
- Aug 16 Tue 2011 14:58
- Aug 16 Tue 2011 14:55
European, U.S. Index Futures Drop, Euro Slides
The euro slid from a three-week high versus the dollar and European equity-index futures fell before data forecast to show economic growth for the region slowed. Asian stocks rose as Google Inc. (GOOG)’s largest acquisition boosted technology companies.
- Aug 11 Thu 2011 09:13
- Aug 10 Wed 2011 11:06
- Aug 10 Wed 2011 10:43
PARIS—The French government said it was ready to do whatever it takes to stick to its deficit-reduction plans, signaling its determination to remain among the six euro-zone nations still sporting a top-notch triple-A credit rating.