Brian Stelter, autor del blog sobre medios TV Newser critica la cobertura que está realizando la cadena de televisión CNBC a los últimos máximos históricos del Dow Jones:
"They have some quality analysts but their producers should have the network conduct more analysis and less cheerleading about generally-meaningless numbers and milestones. The Dow may be high, but other indicators (ie, bonds) are horrible right now - not to mention, even a few of their Wall Street guests have shrugged off "Dow 12K" as a non-issue for their firms.
I mean, from red text flashing at the bottom of the screen to orange-colored flip-graphics on the top of the screen, let's look at how sensational this network has become as of late:
It was "breaking news" as the Dow approached 12K last week.
It was "breaking news" when we hit Dow 12K last week.
Now it's "breaking news" that there's a new intraday high.
Mathematically, unless the Dow goes down, there ALWAYS will be a "new intraday high," correct? So my question to CNBC is this: so what? Are they going to roll out a "new intra-week high" alert after the Friday close? Then a "new intra-month high" alert? Where will this crass "breaking news" tripe end with them?
The network's close to losing me as a longtime and loyal viewer."
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