Apple shares in the European Exchange Weakens

Written By Admin on Thursday, October 6, 2011 | 8:43 PM

USA - The death of Steve Jobs turned out to affect the development of Apple's stock. This seems to give a negative sentiment on Apple's stock movement in the stock exchanges of Frankfurt, Germany. Steve Jobs's death adds to the negative sentiment in the German stock exchange amid the financial crisis of Europe.

At the opening of stock trading on the Frankfurt stock exchange today, Apple's stock recorded a decline of 3.3 percent. Apple shares began to trade on the German stock exchange on December 23, 2009.
"This news is enveloped in the midst of discussions regarding the financial crisis. At least just for today," said Member of Close Brothers Seydler as quoted by Reuters on Thursday, October 6, 2011.

Over the last month (month to date), shares of APC at the Frankfurt stock exchange rose 6.08 percent was recorded. Even in the last three months of Apple's stock has risen 14.55 percent and 37.7 percent over the last year (year to date)

In trading yesterday on the NYSE, AAPL stock price traded at the level of U.S. $ 378.25 per sheet
Previously, the capital market in the United States is still optimistic about the death of the founder of Apple Inc., Steve Jobs, will not have a big impact on Apple's stock price movements in the New York Stock Exchange. In fact, Apple's stock will continue to move with the trend rising.

Nevertheless, analysts are very confident, investors should give top honors to Steve Jobs, who has been building a work culture in the information technology companies

"We believe that born Jobs ethos, vision and work ethic, will sue Apple forever," said Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster of one influential in the U.S. capital markets in a research diary as quoted by Forbes page.

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