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Computerized Investing > April 2011

Impact of Japanese earthquake and Libyan civil war weighs on markets

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by CI Staff

Global events finally caught up with investor sentiment this part month. The massive earthquake in Japan and the subsequent Pacific tsunami have left many pondering the worldwide economic implications of these events. On the other side of the world, the civil war in Libya continues to play out, with NATO forces now enforcing a no-fly zone to protect civilians and rebel forces. The unrest in the region continues to propel oil prices higher, which could hamper the global economy.

The S&P 500 and Wilshire 5000 indexes saw their first back-to-back weekly losses since November of last year. This market weakness pushed investor optimism to its lowest level since August 26, 2010, and led to the first negative bull-bear spread—the difference between bullish and bearish sentiment—in 29 weeks.

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