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Markets  |  October 10, 2012 17:21:35

Greece still "haunted" Europe

Today European markets opened in the red. German stock market index DAX shortly after the beginning of the session for a moment fell into the "green numbers", then failed during the morning to nearly the level of 7200 points, the afternoon is returning back to the opening values. German Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday for the first time since the outbreak of the debt crisis visited Greece, where she "welcomed" thousands of demonstrators. Merkel after meeting commended Greece for reforms and savings that operates and urged the Greek government to ensure that the trend continued. "There is nothing that would be created from day to day.We talk about the issues that arose decades, is not resolved by magic, "said Merkel told reporters. Decline in the morning on the European markets could help the fact that trade unions in Greece announced another nationwide strike against austerity measures, which the Greek government is committed. Prague Exchange experienced a quiet trading today, the PX index moved in a relatively narrow corridor of 981 to 986 points. KITD Most lost titles and CME, which are currently traded in the U.S. on the Nasdaq. With its "graceful ride" against the market today shares continued KB, which managed to add nearly 1% and 4.200 CZK overcome. biggest today on the floor of the PSE shares traded energy company CEZ. Overall, in the SPAD system shares were traded on volume of more than 1 billion CZK, PX index ended the session at 983.59 points worth (-0.24%).I think that by the end of the week are more likely to grow than slight declines.

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