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Currencies  |  October 15, 2012 12:19:05

The advent of the Communists would not harm in the eyes of investors CR

Who picked up the latest issue of The Economist, it could run into the analysis of how, despite the relative success of globalization are increasing inequalities both in income and in wealth.

Commentators weekly arrive at the view that it the most important mainstream parties in the developed world should lead to a revision of their political programs, which would allow more equitable distribution of the fruits of global capitalism, without damaging the long-term growth potential of the economy. If it fails, it may happen that the willingness of the public to listen to extremists, including the red-left, will grow.

Czech reinforces the extreme left

When outsiders look at results of Czech regional elections we could easily get the impression that the Czech voter fills warning The Economist with a strong lead over voters in other more or less developed countries. Thus merciful interpretation weekend electoral success of the Czech Communists would be very misleading.

Not only Czech political commentators, as well as financial markets know well what lies behind the success of the extreme Left. In the Czech case, the disgust over the "bahnivostí domestic political scene," as someone aptly wrote.

I therefore now no one will not run quickly sell Czech koruna or Czech government bonds. Although markets are forward-looking, but predicting political events or development of social mood is really hard discipline. And that's why most of those who hold assets Czech, deliver tactics "sit and wait".

After all, no one knows whether a weekend election result will lead to early parliamentary elections. Similarly, no one knows how they eventually fell elections at the national level (and now it does not matter whether it was a good choice, or premature). You could very well happen that votes and seats, which on Friday were on the street and lifted the Communists may pick someone completely different, yet unknown to us. I only wish (and especially those who own assets Czech), so it was a reasonable one, not another extremist in a row. (Source: CSOB)

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