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World markets  |  March 05, 2013 16:30:00

The main stock indexes on several maximums


Western European stock indices are growing by up to 2%, as investors again began to bet on further stimulus by central banks. Wider European Stoxx 600 index thus got the highest level in more than four years. Today, the most successful financial and cyclical shares of individual stocks are growing strongly as stocks British financial group Standard Chartered, whose results beat market expectations. Growth of about 1% of the U.S. equities also opened up the Dow Jones thus reached its historical maximum. Optimism in the markets was also supported by higher-than-expected ISM index value (56.0 points compared to the consensus of 55.0 points).

Good mood today passed on the Prague Stock Exchange. PX Index rose throughout the day and eventually added 1.1%. Profits attributed to most of the major issues, most Erste Bank (3.1%).Good results were shares of CEZ and Commercial Bank shares Telefonica Czech strengthen only slightly despite carrying out its announced launch of a new round of buyback of shares. The strongest growth was recorded in the shares of Fortuna, the first time since last August closed above 90 crowns apiece.


Author: Josef Dumb

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