The störtdyk has led to a fullkomplig kapitulering, on the other, the market in the morning, " says Jim Reid, a strategist at Deutche Bank, in the Financial times in the morning.
the stockholm stock exchange, plunged 6.8 per cent on the opening nine, but then, at lunch-time low, the OMXSPI index on a minus five per cent.
The foundation is Saudi arabia's decision to sharply reduce its prices. A barrel of oil is trading at lunchtime on Monday to more than 35 dollars a barrel, a decline of about 22 per cent, which has also had impacts on the price of petrol.
börsrasen the oljetunga the Oslo stock exchange, which woke up ten per cent down, and after a recovery low in OSEBX still less, between seven and eight per cent. Although Milan is a major blow on Monday, with declines of around ten per cent.
as the Red numbers appeared in London and Frankfurt, both of which are less-between five and six per cent.
the organization of petroleum exporting countries, of which Norway had a police force in relation to the currencies of the fall. The Norwegian krone fell to less than three per cent, as against the English during lunch time. Similar effects were seen in Canada, where the dollar fell by almost two per cent against the Swedish krona.<