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Übernahme im Fokus der Wall Street: Anleger und Analysten schauen heute vor allem auf die Aktien der News Corporation von US-Medienmogul Rupert Murdoch. Quelle: ap

Focus on acquisition of Wall Street: Investors and analysts see today on the shares of News Corporation by U.S. media mogul Rupert Murdoch. Source: AP

HB NEW YORK. On Wall Street today outweigh the buyer: Dealer referred as forked column for the friendly mood of investors in the successful completion of auctions of government bonds of several EU countries. The latest U.S. economic data, however, would have provided different signals, it said. Thus, while import prices fell in May in a single month by 0.6 percent. This tends to suggest that inflation could be controlled. On the other hand, the mood darkened a surprise among U.S. farmers houses in June.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose in early trade at 1.03 per cent to 10 295 points, after he had lost yesterday in the wake of the gradation of the creditworthiness of Greece by the rating agency Moody’s 0.20 percent. The broader S & P 500 index increased by 1.1 percent to 1101 points. On the more technological Nasdaq Composite Index gained 1.4 percent to 2274 points. The selection index Nasdaq 100 posted a gain of 1.5 percent to 1874 points.

Media mogul on a shopping spree

The focus of the investors were the shares of News Corporation U.S. media mogul Rupert Murdoch. He wants the British pay-TV providers British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB) completely take over and expand so that its influence on Europe. The transmitter signaled approval in principle, but the price expectations are still apart. The News Corporation has been 700 pence per share, BskyB Calls 800 pence. David Buik of BGC market strategist Partners, commented on the offer is interesting to come, but not unexpected, since there had been rumors for some time, Murdoch wanted his empire into shape. Title of News Corporation jumped to 5.26 percent, to $ 13.80 in height, BskyB Papers became more expensive in London, at 16.99 percent to 702.50 pence.

Flying favorites

As was the start of the week included titles by airlines once again among the favorites of investors. Sun won the shares of AMR, the parent company of American Airlines, 2.96 percent, to $ 8.70. The airline expects the second quarter, rising average earnings. Papers Continental Airlines Holding and U.S. Airways put even more pronounced.

Dirty problems

Even the titles of oil companies ensured in view of the continuing problems of BP with the oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico to talk about. BP America Mckay-chief is in a hearing before the U.S. Congress from representatives of the American BP Competitors Chevron, Exxonmobil and Conocophillips accompanied, to ward off the negative developments for the oil industry as a whole. pay for the rating agency Moody’s said it would probably have the whole industry, the oil spill. The titles of the U.S. oil companies got into a favorable market environment, from 0.39 to 1.46 percent.

Bitter pills

Hershey will break down 500-600 points, equivalent to five percent of the workforce. The confectionery manufacturer expects this annual savings of 60-80 million dollars. Also intends to Hershey 250-300 million dollars in upgrading and expanding a factory plug. The shares fell 1.42 percent, to $ 50.16.

Disappointing tee

The golf equipment manufacturer Callaway Golf, with the Adidas Taylor Made division competes expected for the second quarter sales and profit at the same level and disappointed that the market expectations. This clearly put the papers under pressure, they sagged off by 7.11 percent. Shareholders of Best Buy had on the number template also suffered heavy losses. The electronics retail chain, with its quarterly results disappoint market expectations. As a result, the shares collapsed to 6.92 percent on a $ 38.21.