pemerintah amrik akan mereview kembali tentang keselamatan lingkungan atas semua tambang minyak offshore yg bisa menyebabkan operation cost perusahaan-perusahaan minyak offshore naik………..EXXON & CHEVRON …..jika mengalami nasib yg sama dgn BP………………….DOW bisa 8000 !!!!!
dilihat kejadian BP mirip sama kejadian enrg lapindo
bedanya BP tanggung sendiri akibat kerugiannya
sedang enrgi lapindo brantas ditanggung juga oleh pemerintah lewat apbn
kesimpulan dinilai BP oil lebih profesional dan tidak ngemis
kok jadi balik ijo sih..ah payah nih \r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nEurope shares recover sharply after upbeat US data\r\nat Reuters(Tue 1:00PM EDT)\r\n\r\ndi saat2 terakhir balik merah lagi. \r\n\r\nU.S. stocks fell, adding to losses from the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s worst May since 1940, as BP Plc’s failure to plug a leaking oil well dragged down energy producers and Agence France-Presse reported Lebanon fired on on Israeli warplanes. \r\n\r\nTransocean Ltd., Anadarko Petroleum Corp. and Halliburton Co. fell more than 11 percent after BP gave up trying to plug the worst oil spill in U.S. history any sooner than August. Benchmark indexes erased earlier gains triggered by growth in construction spending and manufacturing after a senior Israeli security official told AFP that the nation’s aircraft were targeted by Lebanese anti-aircraft guns. \r\n\r\nThe Standard & Poor’s 500 Index decreased 1.7 percent to 1,070.71 at 4 p.m. in New York. The S&P 500 lost 8.2 percent in May, its worst month since February 2009, on concern Europe’s debt crisis will hamper the global economic recovery and China will take more steps to cool its economy. The Dow lost 112.61 points, or 1.1 percent, to 10,024.02 today. \r\n\r\n“The nervousness about the global economic recovery continues,” said Giri Cherukuri, portfolio manager and head trader at Oakbrook Investments in Lisle, Illinois, which manages $2.2 billion. “Also, political tension across the world is making investors more cautious.” \r\n\r\nThe S&P 500 has fallen 12 percent from a 19-month high on April 23 on concern that widening budget deficits in Europe could derail global growth. The five-week slide is consistent with a temporary pullback within a bull market, said Thomas J. Lee, the chief U.S. equity strategist at JPMorgan Chase & Co. \r\n\r\n‘Pretty Normal’ \r\n\r\n“It is a pretty normal correction in a bull market,” Lee said today in a Bloomberg Television interview. “It pays up to be a slow buyer here. If you start to get enough positive headlines to offset the negatives, that would be a way to build confidence. Investors are seeing good opportunities to buy.” \r\n\r\nStocks fell to the lowest levels of the day after AFP said Lebanon’s military fired at Israeli planes as they flew over its airspace, according to a senior Israeli security official. The report came a day after nine people were killed in an Israeli commando raid on boats carrying pro-Palestinian activists to the Gaza Strip. Israeli forces killed two Palestinians who tried to infiltrate from the enclave today and another three who tried to fire a rocket, according to an army statement. \r\n\r\nEnergy companies extended losses after Attorney General Eric Holder said the U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether any criminal or civil laws were violated in the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. \r\n\r\n‘A Tragedy’ \r\n\r\n“We will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law anyone who has violated the law,” Holder said. “This disaster is nothing less than a tragedy.” \r\n\r\nBP plunged 15 percent in New York, its largest retreat since at least 1980. Transocean, owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig that exploded April 20, declined 9.4 percent to $51.45. Halliburton, which provided oilfield services on the well, dropped 13 percent to $21.72. Anadarko Petroleum Corp., which owns a 25 percent stake in the well, lost 16 percent to $43.99 for the biggest drop in the S&P 500. \r\n\r\nTenet Healthcare Corp. fell 15 percent to $4.89 for the second-biggest drop in the S&P 500. The third-largest publicly held U.S. hospital chain said it is discussing a potential acquisition of Healthscope Ltd., the second-largest private hospital company in Australia. \r\n\r\nChina, Europe Slowdown \r\n\r\nConcern that economic growth in China and Europe will slow also weighed on equities. China’s Purchasing Managers’ Index slid to 53.9 from 55.7 in April, the Federation of Logistics and Purchasing said today. That was less than the median 54.5 estimate in a Bloomberg News survey of 18 economists. Readings above 50 indicate expansion in manufacturing. \r\n\r\nChina is the world’s biggest consumer of industrial metals including copper and zinc, and the second-biggest consumer of crude oil after the U.S. Emerging markets such as China are driving the global economy, which the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimates will expand 4.6 percent this year. Excluding emerging countries, the forecast is 2.7 percent. \r\n\r\nThe euro touched a four-year low against the U.S. dollar after the European Union’s statistics office said the jobless rate in the 16-nation currency zone increased to 10.1 percent in April, the highest since June 1998. The currency has lost 14 percent of its value against the dollar this year as the ability of countries such as Greece, Spain and Portugal to avoid debt restructuring has discouraged investment in the region.
Stocks tumbled Friday after the Labor Department said hiring remains weak and Hungary became the latest European country to report its economy is in crisis. Interest rates dropped as investors moved their money into the safety of Treasury bonds and notes.
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