Echo to the North

Until late last week the markets in Europe and the US remained relatively stable amid sell-offs in Asia on Monday already tidal wave flooded exchanges and west. Trade in Europe and the US began with the mass decreases in the leading indices. Against the background of continuing decline in commodity prices index STOXX 600 Basic […]

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Asian dominoes

The collapse in China affect the stock exchange in Hong Kong, where the Hang Seng index slid more than 4 percent. In Japan, the Nikkei fell to a new low level in five months after the yen rose against the dollar amid bets that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in the US in […]

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The great China Crash

Last week the indices of stock exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen lost 11%, and this week began with the cancellation of growth this year. The main reason is that investors had expected the central bank to reduce its requirements for bank reserves. So would free up funds to pour liquidity to raise stock prices and […]

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