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The harsh rejection of the withdrawal agreement with the EU, the British Parliament has left the financial markets mid-week, once cold. “The markets remain calm. It seems that traders and investors had been well prepared,” said chief strategist Michael McCarthy from the Broker CMC Markets. The Broker IG prized the Dax almost two hours before the start of trading 0.15 percent higher on 10.908 points. The British index FTSE 100 has changed very little.

Also on the Tokyo stock exchange, it remained, in spite of the turmoil in the British Parliament – remarkably calm. The benchmark Nikkei lost until lunch while less than one percent, however, had to do the, apparently, more with profit taking than with Theresa may’s crashing defeat.

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On Wall Street, the major stock market had closed indices on the eve with a Win. The price for the crisis investment popular Gold rose only slightly. The reason for the subdued reaction in the case of Economists, common assessments, seem to be with the Mays of clear defeat, the probability increases for a significantly “softer” Brexit.

Representative expressed this opinion Adrian Paul, European Economist at the investment Bank Goldman Sachs: “We think the prospect of a disorderly ‘No-Deal’-Brexit faded.”

Larger fluctuations in there before and after the vote, especially the British pound. Now has calmed down the situation but also here. The British currency is quoted against the US Dollar back to the level from before the Brexit vote. “This shows how uncertain the exit process remains and how little the yesterday’s decision has been reached,” said Analyst Craig Erlam from the Broker Oanda.


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