Friday, August 5, 2011

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dow jones today
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American investors are very happy with macroeconomic news, The GDP growth, over the forecasted, and the fall of weekly unemployment helped to make this September an excellent one in Wall Street.

Although doubts spread by the Federal reserve after his last meeting, Wall Street closed his best September since 1939.
Macroeconomic news have been very good for Wall Street

The Macroeconomic data is favorable to the interests of Wall Street. The GDP growth during the second quarter was 0f 1.7%, over the 1.6% forecasted by analysts. Although Wall Street made a positive interpretation of the figure, this means a stagnation of GDP growth, that in the second quarter of 2009 was by 5%, and in the first quarter of 2010 by 3.7%.

The other great new in Wall Street are the weekly demands of unemployment subside, according figures given by government, in the past week have been reduced to 453000, improving expectations of Wall Street, that expected a fall to 460000.

With these references the screens of Wall street are green .