Sentiment in the stock market is positive, as investors traded several positive factors: the first is the attitude of the Fed to remain "patient" about raising interest rates in 2015. Second, the expected stimulus from the European Central Bank in early 2015. Third, the time interval until the end of 2014, which is characterized by the so-called rise of indices for Christmas and investment project of the European Commission worth 315 bn. Euros.
For positive moods and help the temporary stabilization of the Russian ruble and the oil price, koitouspokoiha fears of a possible financial crisis. Of course there are negative factors that will have a negative impact on the stock market, but they will be ignored in the coming trading sessions until the end of 2015.—"patience."
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