Bangladesh Stocks Plunge By More Than 10% For Third Time In 2011
Bangladesh investors just can't catch a break. After the Dhaka stock exchange dropped by 7% in December 2010, leading to widespread rioting and mostly looting, this was subsequently followed by two other market crashes in January both of which were about 10% in magnitude. Today, third time for 2011 may or may not prove to be the charm for the DHAKA, after overnight the stock exchange was in a 10.3% free fall. It is about time Sack Frost hold seminars to the less than developed nations, and teach them just how to deal with that phenomenon, which the WHO recently declared as extinct, known as selling, on those rare occasions it does flare out despite inoculations to the contrary. And while stock market induced rioting comes and goes as margin lenders realize that money is long gone, it is nothing compared to what may happen should the Rough Rice rocket continue taking out all highs. And one look at today's grains and softs futures demonstrates just what happens to commodities nominal prices when the Chairman refuses to allow even one down day in stocks.
In the meantime, for all our Bangladeshi readers, we hope you have taken your dramamine.
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