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Czech markets  |  November 19, 2012 09:20:00

View stock 19.11: O2 leaving investors, stocks are the lowest since 2008


The decline in equity markets for the time being stopped, when the major U.S. stock indexes hit on a significant level of support. The DJIA index is at 12,500 points and the S & P 500 at 1,350 points. Also NASDAQ 100 is reflected from the level at 2500 points and headed towards the above with how Friday Apple shares (AAPL), which have the largest representation in the index, end his slump and turned into green numbers. Short-term correction, which lasts from the beginning of October, is probably at its end. Investors threat of a fiscal cliff fall more or less assimilated. In addition, in the event that the agreement between the two parties in the U.S. government did not, investors can always count on Ben, who willingly enters into a helicopter and we will be in the air crashing down wads of cash. It is worth noting also that a relatively large amount of liquidity in recent days flowed on the market safe government bonds.Revenues of U.S. government bonds with maturities of over 10 years are moving at record low levels, while the investors in the financial markets is currently not possible to say that they were risk-averse. This development is largely caused by purely technical factors that have long duration. Bond market as likely to expect an outflow of liquidity, resulting in higher prices in the equity and commodity markets ...

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