Global stock markets
Since our last analysis on the VIX or Fear indicator on 13/05/2012, the reading was 19.89 and the latest reading as of 27/05/2012 is 21.76. It did managed to touched 25 point on 18/5/2012. To refresh our memory, the indicator VIX can be interpreted as when the VIX reading is less than 30 means investors are feeling positive and complacent. And if it moves towards 50 and beyond means investors are nervous and indecisive and hence the markets are unstable. Anyway an increase of 2 points in the indicator since our last analysis represents an increase in the volatility of Stock Markets.
Let’s revisit some selective markets for next week’s analysis. Below is the Executive Summary on our analysis on selected Global Markets.
Source: Financial Market Analytics
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An Introduction to Global Financial Markets
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