Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Markets  |  March 27, 2013 12:31:13

Belgium is considering selling some shares in the companies to reduce debt, France has started it - danger for the stock markets


According to the Belgian press its government considers the plan to sell off some of its shares in the companies to maintain total debt below 100% of GDP . The Belgian government may sell their shares in the dominant mobile operator Belgacom or example, up 10 percent stake in the French BNP Paribas and the like.

Sale of the state stake in Safran announced today by the French Government. Safran is a leading European manufacturer of aircraft engines.

From the perspective of capital markets such considerations are quite annoying, because they cause pressure on the titles or the entire industry sectors. Investors also may fear that selling shares in companies could be a new trend on the individual countries seek to increase their revenue for optical improving their fiscal balances. The resulting "surplus" offer could increase the risk of a general decline in equity markets.

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