Posted by | February 5, 2007 | blog, World | No Comments

Variety is the spice of life, and this holds true in case of the U.S. Market also. In the recent weeks blue chip companies had mixed results. HP gained 1.8% after it had acquired Bristol Technology. IBM added 1.2% by seeling 3.5% after selling its stake to Lenovo Group. But surprisingly Microsoft had falled down by 1.9% because after Vista’s release, the company recorded a fall in its share and not the other way round. On the whole the market had performeed badly with S&P making a downslide of 1.40points and the technology heavy NASDAQ had registered a downtrend of 5.28 points. The only market seeming to make a flurry is that of the Real Estate Market.

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