Europe is growing over 1.5%, the Fed introduced the next phase of quantitative easing
European markets now react to yesterday's "bazooka" from the Fed, adding more than 1.5%. Governor Bernanke yesterday announced purchase of mortgage-backed assets in the amount of USD 40 billion per month, and the period in which rates will remain low until mid 2015. U.S. markets reacted yesterday, Europe and up to today.
German DAX30 its growth lags behind other markets when it grows "only" 1.3%, the French CAC 40 added 1.9%, London's FTSE 100 rising by 1.4%. The growth adds Prague PX Index (+2.1%), growing mainly Erste Bank, which strengthens almost 7% and attack cost CZK 470. Significantly doing well CETV shares which increase by 7.5% to CZK 140. VIG shares or Commercial banks grow around 2.5%.
The USA Today published retail sales for August, which rose by 0.9% in expectation of 0.7%, inflation for August rose slightly faster pace than expected - mom CPI rose by 0.6% +0.5 expectations %.Index University of Michigan consumer confidence in September tentatively reached 79.2 b 74 b when expectations
Opening U.S. markets saw a growth of more than 0.5%, in line with previous guidance furutes.
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