Está ficando difícil.
Fico até um pouco mais tarde acordado, lendo minhas revistas e notícias na internet e quando vai se aproximando das 23:00 h procuro informações sobre o mercado asiático. De certa forma dá pra imaginar como será o dia amanhã.
O problema é que faz tempo que não aparecem boas notícias. Agora, por exemplo, 23:27 h do dia 09 de outubro, ainda quinta-feira no Brasil, veja abaixo que a palavra tsunami talvez não seja exagero... Em Inglês.
Japan's Nikkei 225 tumbles more than 11%
HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- Japanese stocks slumped Friday as panic-stricken investors dumped shares across the board after Wall Street stocks suffered deep losses overnight.
The Nikkei tumbled as much as 11.4% -- touching a low of 8,115,41, a level it hasn't seen since May 2003 -- before recovering slightly. The Average was recently down 9.8% at 8,261.85, while the broader Topix index fell 7.2% to 840.18.
"I think people are trying to liquidate positions, but there just aren't any buyers there. It's the nature of the markets that there are very few people willing to buy stocks," said Andrew Sullivan, a sales trader at Main First Securities. "A lot of people sitting on cash are happy to be sitting on cash at the moment."
He added the selling was likely intensified because of a holiday in Japan on Monday.