Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Stock markets after President inauguration,

U.S. markets remained closed yesterday. Today is the big day for Americans but mostly for Barack Obama who has its inaugural day. The influence of the inauguration of the markets should not be significant. Investors have taken into account the master plans of new President earlier.

However MoneyCNN states that from 1932 S&P 500 index, during the "time defending" 100 days after the inauguration of the President, on average strengthened by 1,6%. Research also distinguished average growth under the political jurisdiction of the first man: Index increased by an average of 0.9% with the Republican President and 2.2% with Democrat.


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