Investiční bankovnictví (Komerční banka)
Markets  |  January 15, 2013 16:34:00

European markets lose, Pegas improved four-year maximum


European equities are now failing again. The German DAX index depreciated by almost a percentage. The drop among others involved share software giant SAP, whose results for the last quarter of last year disappointed the market, and also the energy company RWE, which weakens after bad investment recommendations. Not very morning was not favorable statistics of GDP growth in Europe's largest economy. Trading in Europe also affected the development of the growing nervousness about the debt ceiling in the U.S., where there is a similar political complications as in the case of the financial cliff.
The PX index closed with a loss of 0.49%. NWR surpassed yesterday's slump after the announcement of weak sales of coal and its shares are against Friday already cheaper by 11%. The second day in a row also weaken Orca shares and media group CME.Among the large emissions failed to Erste Bank, which this morning announced the amortization of goodwill for the Romanian bank BCR and investors did not please either view full-year profit. The best result of the strengthening of 0 0,6% in the case of shares Pegas Nonwovens, which means improved over the four-year maximum.


Author: Miroslav Adamkovič

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