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Markets  |  December 28, 2012 17:09:37

Mild fear of New Year's Eve merriment


Today's trading session observed partial nervousness of Sunday's meeting of top leaders of the Republicans and Democrats in the U.S.. Ongoing debate regarding the resolution of the problem of fiscal cliff no end and according to yesterday's statement of U.S. Treasury Secretary Geithner is possible that stretch well into 2013. Nervousness today mainly affected financial stocks, for example, when the German Commerzbank wrote off 1.5% (1,434 EUR) and the French BNP Paribas 2.5% (€ 42.37). On the other hand managed to defensive stocks, such as shares of Henkel, which strengthened by 1.25% (62.2 million).The German DAX index lost so today 0.57% and closed the year on the value of 7612.39 points.

Uncertainty in financial titles are also transferred to the Prague scene, where 0.49% wrote Erste Bank (607 CZK) and 0.99% Commercial Bank (4010 CZK). Flourished on the contrary, shares of CEZ (680 CZK), which added 0.92% and thus contribute to the PX to close this year in positive figures on the value of 1038.7 points. Before us is whether it will be this year's transition to a platform Xetra benefit and whether the liquidity on the Prague Stock Exchange back at least to the levels of years past. Well, let us surprise you. All the best for 2013!



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