Banking stock slumps 14%, rocks global markets on Thursday (27) – Money Times

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Credit Suisse shares plunge 14% after billionaire loss and drive risk aversion in global markets. (Photo: REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann)

Bone world markets operate without clear direction this Thursday (27), with the negative highlight for the 14% collapse of the shares of a major Swiss bankwhich undermines investors’ risk appetite european scholarships.

O Swiss credit reports a loss of one billion dollars 3T22 (Q3) and taking its shares to the web this trading session, being listed at $4.17 each.

The bank announced a loss of 4.03 billion Swiss francs during the period, an amount equivalent to 4.09 billion US dollars, with business Russia beyond the hedge fund scandal archegos.

On Europe, fr Stoxx 600 — an index that brings together the most traded stocks on the continent — fell 0.45% with 408.47 points.

New York stock index futures traded sideways on Thursday. O S&P500 increased slightly from 0.1% to 3,845.50 points.

O Ibovespa (IBOV) had another day of losses yesterday and fell 1.62% to 112,700 points with the 2022 election make prizes like never before.

state owned Petrobras (PETR4) e Bank of Brazil (BBAS3) were in the red.

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