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Czech markets  |  March 28, 2013 09:11:06

Share views 3.28: Shares of O2 for the first time since 2004 under 300 CZK, pessimism persists even NWR


European stock markets yesterday lost with how Eurodollars continued to fall, and descended to the level of $ 1.2750. On certain markets was evident nervousness of it until today after ten days reopens Cypriot banks. It is clear that starting today erupt expected runes on banks. Complete and rapid collapse could prevent the action taken. The Cypriots will be able, from their bank accounts to collect only 300 euros a day. Another limitation relates to payments via credit card. On the territory of Cyprus should be unlimited, while abroad will be limited amount of € 5,000 per month with the fact that this sum may even change over time. The purpose of this measure is to maintain liquidity in the Cypriot banking system since the credit card payment is also always something contribution. But it is clear that bank runs and their subsequent bankruptcies can not be totally avoided.These measures will help to delay the problem only with the hope that eventually "go away." The solution in this case is not the nationalization of banks, since the state itself is in the process of bankruptcy and not as a means of capital injections. If some of the Cypriot banks with great happiness survive in good health, it will be only the largest, but not the most credible, because that at the moment there is no ...

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Akciový výhled 28.3.: Akcie O2 poprvé od roku 2004 pod 300 Kč, pesimismus přetrvává i u NWR

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