Oil registered a small rise but remains in less than $ 50

The price of a barrel of oil closed this Wednesday’s session registering a rise in New York, driven by Wall Street and an unexpected decline in crude stocks in the United States. However, the oil price remains under $ 50. A barrel of “light sweet crude” (WTI)...

Wall Street shows increases in its indicators

The rise of the shares movement are showing the kind of volatility that preceded in the past to big drops, which some believe to be one of the most aggressive escalation that has been on Wall Street. The market has shown large swings under the influence of the collapse of oil...
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Facebook Shares are Recovering

Facebook’s share prices rose 2.3% after hitting a low of $ 18.75 last Friday. The price dropped to rumors and concerns about the ability of the company to increase its revenues. With this new increase, the shares are at $ 19, half the price they had at their release three months...
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Facebook Enters Wall Street High-Priced

The social network Facebook will begin trading today on the New York Stock Market with a starting price of $ 38 per share, above expectations. This price will raise the value of the company to more than 100,000 million dollars, an historical price of a U.S. company at the tim...

Ina Drew Steps Down after Billionaire Loss

According to the Wall Street firm, JPMorgan executive, Ina Drew responsible for the London-based division made a trading mistake of two billion dollars, now she will resign after more than 30 years of service. The bank’s co-chief of global fixed income in its investment bank,...

Facebook is preparing to go to Wall Street

Today, the social network Facebook began its procedures for its output to the stock exchange in New York with a public offering of shares (IPO). The internet company hopes to raise 5,000 million dollars. Facebook, which has eight years of existence, wants to start tradingunder...

‘Time’ chose The Protester as 2011 Person of the Year

Time magazine has named “The Protester” as its Person of the Year for 2011, citing a worldwide outburst of people-power from Tunisia to Moscow to Wall Street. “A year after a Tunisian fruit vendor set himself ablaze, dissent has spread across the Middle East, to...

More than 200 U.S. outraged were arrested

Hundreds of riot police arrived at the camps anti Wall Street early Wednesday and dismantled hundreds of tents located in a park near City Hall in downtown Los Angeles, while another thousand uniformed were blocking the streets. About 250 people were arrested in the U.S. (200 in...
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