يا رايح يم ظهران ...ترا الوعد راس تنوره

الموضوع في 'السوق الأمريكي للأوراق الماليه' بواسطة أبو وليد, بتاريخ ‏5 فبراير 2002.

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    يا رايح يم ظهران...ترا الوعد راس تنوره

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    هذه الأبيات تذكرني بقول الشاعر الشعبي؟؟ عندما قال له جماعته : ابق معنا في البلد ولا تسافر الخير هنا كثير... قال مالي ولكم ..أنا رايح لبلاد بها أمريكان نبغى نتمدن (من المدنية عكس البداوة والقروية) ولما وصل وبدأ حياة جديدة مع "الدافور" بدل الحطب ..والباقي معروف قال هذه الأبيات... وهذا يذكرني بزميل أشار عليه قبل سنة الزملاء بالتعامل بالأسهم السعودية فقال اترك أسهم تطلع ربع ونصف ريال عليك بالأسهم الأمريكية تطلع بالعشرة والعشرين دولار ..واشترى NXTL بمبلغ كبير ولكن بنزولها الكبير اليوم تذكرته والرماح على هذا السهم اليوم كأنها أشطان بئر في لباد الأدهم ..كما قال عنترة... والسبب أن عليها ديون تصل إلى 16 بليون دولار ..وهذه معروفة لكن أصبح المستثمرون يخافون من الشركات التي عليها ديون كبيرة بعد مشكلة إنرون ...وهذه مقتطفات عن أسباب نزول بعض الشركات اليوم




    NEW YORK (CBS.MW) - Telecommunications stocks on Tuesday retreated again amid a warning by optical equipment maker Ciena and disappointment with Sprint's 2002 forecast.

    In recent trading, the American Stock Exchange's Networking Index, which represents large manufacturers, slid 2.1 percent.

    The biggest decliner: Ciena (CIEN: news, chart, profile). It fell 7 percent to $9.41 after saying it would incur a larger-than-expected loss in the first quarter. The company also predicted weaker sales for the next two quarters, triggering a 12 percent reduction in the company's workforce. See full story.

    ADC Telecom (ADCT: news, chart, profile) and Juniper Networks (JNPR: news, chart, profile) each declined 5 percent.

    Cisco Systems (CSCO: news, chart, profile) was the only notable advancer, up a few pennies to $18.35.

    The Nasdaq Telecommunications Index, which tracks younger equipment manufacturers and phone carriers, gave up 3.1 percent. Nine of the largest 10 stocks in the index retreated. JDS Uniphase (JDSU: news, chart, profile) surrendered 5 percent to $6.30.

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    And big phone stocks, as measured by Standard & Poor's Communications Services Index, dropped 2.2 percent.

    In the local phone sector, Verizon (VZ: news, chart, profile), SBC Communications (SBC: news, chart, profile) and BellSouth (BLS: news, chart, profile) all moved mildly lower.

    Long-distance stocks mostly fell. Sprint (FON: news, chart, profile) pulled back 9 percent to $14.55 after issuing a drab financial forecast for 2002. Its wireless arm, Sprint PCS (PCS: news, chart, profile), tumbled even further - down 20 percent to $10.97. See full story.

    WorldCom dipped 4.7 percent to $7.75, continuing a severe slump, amid concerns about the finances of the company and its chief executive. See related story.

    Qwest Communications (Q: news, chart, profile) was a surprise gainer, up 20 cents to $9.16, after filing to sell up to $2.5 billion in stock and convertible bonds in an effort to reduce higher-priced debt. The company said it likely will only sell half the filed amount. At the end of the fourth quarter, Qwest had nearly $25 billion in long-term debt.

    Elsewhere, wireless stocks slumped yet again. Aside from Sprint PCS, Nextel Communications (NXTL: news, chart, profile) was another big loser. It shriveled 29 percent to $4.84. Amid the Enron scandal, investors are worried about other companies with large debts. Nextel has around $16 billion in longterm debt.

    Jeffry Bartash is a reporter for CBS.MarketWatch.com in Washington