U.S. Stock Market Making Record

Stock markets in the United States set records for 5 months at the close of trading yesterday. The Dow Jones and S & P 500 closed strengthened each 69.78 points or 11.38 and 0.56 points, or 0.89 percent.

The same thing happens on the NASDAQ index that rise 25.94 points, or 0.97 percent to 2702.50.

"Investors are still focused on European conditions, but their attention is not as big in November 2011," said Head of NYSE floor operations for Meridian Equity Partners in New York, told Reuters on Wednesday, January 11, 2012.

Unfortunately, the focus of investor attention could have changed quickly. The main key, the sale of bonds from Italy and Spain in recent weeks could be negative sentiment for market.

"Historically, take profit season making market always strong. So let us lift up our hats to celebrate this. But do not forget about what happened in Europe," he said.

In trading yesterday, shares in the industrial sector and the material associated with economic growth, closed up. While banking stocks, continued to rise.

While in Asia, Hong Kong shares open higher today due to the financial sector stocks continues to show an increase since last two days.

The Hang Seng Index in trading today open at 0.36 percent higher to 19,071.9.

The same thing happens in Japanese stock market. Nikkei index opened higher as investors see a positive movement in the U.S. stock market. At the close of trading yesterday Nikkei 225 index opens up 0.1 percent to 8431.23

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