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MetaBourse, 30 janvier 2007 - 22h00

The MetaBourse Planetary Index, July 7, 2001

and the 7 July 2005 London bombings

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FTSE 100 index (Footsie):
- daily candlesticks.

Planetary index:
- medium.
- compound drawing.


Comment:

The bombings, that came while the UK was hosting the first full day of the 31st G8 summit, a day after London was chosen to host the 2012 Summer Olympics, had a high impact on the public opinion. Let us see how the stock exchange reacted about.

Usually stock markets perform consistently with the planetary index. A important event could probably bother them temporarily, but they would find pretty quickly their normal way.

On July 7, 2005, the markets were bullish for weeks, and the rise had been clearly indicated by the Metabourse Planetary Index. The day of bombing, the FTSE 100 Index fell by about 4,41 percent in the two hours after the first attack, then he recovered. After that, the rise continued until August, in accordance to the Metabourse planetary index. It seems that the attack did not have any further influence on the stock prices.

See also World Trade Center 9/11.


Warning: Our stock market forecasts are set up very carefully, using daily tested technologies. But obviously, there are some remaining risks. Our forecasts are not advices of stock-exchange investment, and we do not provide any warranty. You may use them under your own responsibility.

Take care: The planetary index indicates a trend, it does not claim to give an exact forecast of the prices. There may be slight time-lags between forecasts and reality. There is no steady accurate ratio between prices and planetary indexes. Speculative trades must always be secured, even if using planetary indications.

Comments:
upper chart: The real prices on the Stock Exchanges. The curves stop at the last traded prices.
lower chart: The planetary index, as a percentage of the likely daily change. The curves are computed for the future, and for the past as well.
coloured areas: Their colours indicate rising or falling. Their sizes suggest their contribution to the daily change. The strength of the colours are significant of the probability of this change.
yellow line: Gives a mean estimate of the daily percentage of change. The direction of the line, increasing or decreasing, is more important than his position in the positive or négative area.

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