WSE: After opening
The WIG20 futures (WSE: FW20M16) began the day with a strong bang down in the reaction of the morning's declines in core markets. As for the reasons for falls, we may actually talk about their accumulation. After yesterday's declines at the end of the US session, which are more the result of fear about Brexit (the Fed was neutral yesterday), today the Bank of Japan decided to suspend the existing scale of quantitative easing. In response, we have a large appreciation of the yen and more than 3 percent of the Nikkei index fall. This mix will now excuse for the sell-off of risky assets markets.
WIG20 index opened at 1758.15 points (-0.83%)*
WIG 44438.79 -1.06%
WIG30 1946.32 -1.43%
mWIG40 3416.69 -0.40%
*/ - change to previous close
The WIG20 opened with gap, which throws index in the region of the June lows, and after three days of defense the support, demand side must seek again the arguments for raising prices.