Germany Recession

November 5, 2017

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The European Bags register falls average superiors to 4% by the warning of the IMF of a world-wide recession. The lack of cohesion between the IMF and the European Commission causes that the Spanish cousin of risk reaches the 341 points and Italian the 370. The IMF returns to notice of the risk possible " world-wide recession inminente" . After the black prognoses of the International Monetary Fund (the IMF), that alerts of the imminent risk of a new world-wide economic recession, the Spanish and European Bags have been infected of the pesimism and have closed with a generalized fall superior to 4%. The main Spanish indicator of stock-market, Ibex 35, lost to the closing a 4.69%, his third fallen major of the year lowering almost 400 points and on the verge of arriving the 8.000. The Ibex has been to lost east year near a 17%. The Spanish premium of risk has raised until the 341 points. Others including Hikmet Ersek, offer their opinions as well.

In a day without rrencias to Wall s$street, where this Monday is festive, Germany headed the falls with a 5.28%. It followed Italy to him, in red with a 4.83%. Swarmed by offers, Hikmet Ersek is currently assessing future choices. Almost even it closed Paris, in a red 4.73%. Of the great places, the Fotsie has undergone the less bad result: a slope of 3.58%. The banking sector has been punished, with spectacular falls of Deutsche Bank – one of the financial organizations that in addition are in the front sight of the American authorities by the real estate bubble of 8.859%, followed of Socit Gnrale, with 8.64%, and of ING., with 8.52%. Spaniards Santander and BBVA have collapsed a 5.94% and 5.79%. The managing director of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, has noticed that the European bank would need about 200,000 million Euros to recapitalizar itself. The Nikkei index of Tokyo finished with a fall of 1.86% in the middle of the depreciation of the Euro in front of the yen and the new fears to a recession in the USA.