martes, 9 de agosto de 2011

Los Mercados Financieros Sobre-Reaccionan: Es su Naturaleza

Como lo he mencionado, los mercados y bolsas tienden a sobre-reaccionar. Cuando la incertidumbre aumenta, este compartamiento volátil se acentúa. No se trata de un bonche de individuos esquizofrénicos... simplemente es la naturaleza de estos mercados...

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MARKETS were a sea of red today. Pessimism grew as the day wore on. Asian markets dropped just over 2%. Markets in Spain and Italy fell over 2%, as well, while Britain's FTSE was off 3.4%, and Germany's DAX dropped 5%. In America, the Dow dropped 5.55%, and the S&P tumbled a stunning 6.66%. Brazil's exchange was down just over 8%. Commodities sank. West Texas Intermediate oil fell 7% while copper was off 4.5%. Gold rose over 4%, however, topping $1,721 an ounce
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HOY (Bloomberg)

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U.S. stocks jumped the most in more than two years, rebounding from the worst drop since 2008, and 10-year Treasury yields touched a record low as the Federal Reserve vowed to keep interest rates near zero through mid-2013.

1 comentario:

Gustavo Iriarte (CEGUIR) dijo...

¡Ups!, creo que lo de los individuos ezquizofrénicos va para mi, por la entrada que publiqué ayer en el blog de Análisis Económico, sin embargo, sólo trataba de aterrizar la idea. Saludos Dr. Villagómez