For first time this week European markets closed

For the first time this week, European markets closed in the red

On Thursday, the stock
European markets showed a negative
Movement – investors fear that
the world economy is not sufficiently strengthened,
to survive without loss increase
Rates in the United States. Following the auction, the consolidated
Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 1.22%, the British
FTSE 100 – 1.18%, the French CAC 40 – 1.46%,
German DAX – 0.9%, and the Greek ASE
grew by 0.87%.

Investors think
good reports on the US labor market may
be a decisive argument for the Fed
favor of lifting the base interest
rates at the meeting on 16-17 September. Already
Now the probability of a rate hike
estimated at 28%. Yesterday it became known,
that the number of people applied for the first time
unemployment benefits for Americans
decreased and amounted to 275 thousand -. indicator
in line with expectations.

"Panic about
the collapse of the Chinese economy and the collapse of
world markets as a whole has come to naught –
says fund manager Seven Investment
Management Ben Kumar. – The next most important
the question is whether it is sufficient
Is strong global economy to improve
rates in the US".

Worst of all show
yourself mining stocks yesterday
companies because of the fall in metal prices.
Paper BHP Billiton fell by 5,9%, Glencore Plc – on
7.8%. Shares of British retailer Wm
Morrison Supermarkets Plc collapsed by 4% due to declining
Profit in the first half. shares of another
retailer, Next Plc, grew by 1.3% thanks
A good report.

Paper Banco Santander, which
receives 28% of its revenue in Brazil, fell
3.3%, when S P downgraded
Brazil’s ratings before "trash"

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