Jul 18 2014
The crash of an airliner in malaisien1 Ukraine2, which could have been shot, shook the western markets and fall titles airlines Exchange Thursday as investors feared the impact of the disaster on the economy mondiale.A Wall Street3 where indices nosedived after the announcement of the crash, the Dow Jones4 abandoned around 18:00 GMT 0.42%, 0.81% and the Nasdaq5 the broader S & P 500 0.60%. European shares have also been hit hard by these uncertainties and ended sharply lower: the Paris market ended down 1.21%, in Frankfurt, the DAX index fell 1.07% and the Stock Exchange London dropped 0.68%. Asian stock markets were still closed at the time.The foreign exchange market remained relatively stable in the evolving euro6 dollar7 1.3523 after falling to 1.3517 at 2:55 p.m. GMT dollar, a new low in a month, 1.3524 against dollar on Wednesday to 9:00 p.m. GMT.L ' euro evolves its lowest against the Japanese yen, a value considered as "safe haven" by traders from février.Du side pétrole8, New York crude (WTI) for August delivery climbed almost $ 2 and Brent the North Sea to London has appreciated by 0.73% to 107.91 dollars.L ounce of OR9 has appreciated and ended at $ 1,302.50 at auction evening in London, against 1,301 dollars Wednesday . U.S. bond market, where operators take refuge in times of uncertainty left his side sharply higher. The yield on 10-year Treasury fell to 2.467% against 2.538% Wednesday, and the 30-year to 3.287% against 3.348% veille.Signe the nervousness in the market, the VIX index, called "index fear "soared 15.45% reading at its highest levels of the dangerous semaine.Plus for markets that sanctionsLes markets have suddenly lost ground to 1530 GMT as investors have learned that a plane Line Malaysian Amsterdam left for Kuala Lumpur crashed in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine guaranteed cash advance. "It is frankly very bad news, rather than Western sanctions announced" Wednesday night responded Gregori Volokhine of Meeschaert Financial services. "It calls into question the safety of air routes in this region of the world and in other regions", as in the Middle East, continued Gregori Volokhine. However, "air traffic is very important for the economy." What worries the most, as portfolio manager, "is that this is not an accident but a downed aircraft is going to ask questions that had never been asked previously. Risk stray bullets "on airliners. "This is unsettling for travelers and investors," he has estimé.Secteur global air in baisseDes both sides of the Atlantic, particularly information on the aviation sector weighed American Airlines10 fell by 2.52% at $ 42.38, Delta Airlines yielded 1.95% to 37.13 dollars, United Continental 2.03% at $ 42.99. The aircraft manufacturer Boeing11 limited the damage and let go only 0.30% to 127.04 dollars.L German Lufthansa12 giant European airline, which announced after the close of trading on Thursday that decided to bypass "substantially" space Ukrainian air, closed down 2.37% to 14.61 euros on Euronext Paris Francfort.A Air France13-KLM fell by 1.45% to 8.77 euros. At the London Stock Exchange, International Consolidated Airlines Group, parent company of British Airways and Spanish carrier Iberia, fell 3.02% to 330.70 pence and easyJet 1.18% to 1,341 pence.