Grant Capital (Grant Capital)
Markets  |  September 18, 2012 14:54:16

Europe falls on the second day, the major banks and automakers

European markets today followed yesterday's losses, the intensity in many cases intensified. DAX30 German and French CAC 40 lost around 0.8%, only slightly smaller loss showed London FTSE 100 (-0.65%). Significant fared worse Spanish IBEX35 main index, which lost 1.2%, Italian FTSE / MIB lost even 2%. In the European region shares automakers failed to significantly weaker after the publication of new registrations in the EU decreased for the shares of banks and other financial institutions.

During the morning were published ZEW index, which indicated a slight improvement in the business climate in Germany and a significant improvement in the whole euro area.

The PSE weakened to 0.5%. Failed to shares of Erste Bank and the Commercial Bank, which lost both around 1%, while they added shares Philip Morris, Unipetrol, Orco or Kit Digital.

Futures on U.S. indexes lost during the day and 0.5%, later the situation improved and indicators of trafficking in the U.S. were getting back to zero. Opening U.S. markets are likely to take place without significant movement.


Miroslav Hlavoň

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