Athens – A sudden sneeze Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras during a speech today has caused on the stock exchanges of euphoria. Meanwhile, the DAX rose to an all-time high of 11,247 points, the European stock index Euro Stoxx 50 and London’s FTSE 100 index also grew mightily. Speculation about the importance of the event for Tsipras’ health were also the dominant theme in the afternoon on the stock exchanges.
It is not the first time that the markets react nervously to the 40 -year-olds. Just hours before the sneeze Tsipras had sent the courses with the presentation of his government’s program to a temporary decline, which was abruptly stopped by the nose of the Greek Prime Minister only by the involuntary and explosive discharge of air.
Completely finished with the nerves: Stockbrokers’ The markets are very sensitive when it comes to Greece’, explains financial expert Ernst Frankfurt.’ If Tsipras sneezes, can the many in the stock market on a serious illness or even hope the approaching death of SYRIZA politician.’ However, it is also conceivable that the Greek Prime Minister had merely looked too long into the light.’ Ultimately, we can use the fiscal implications of his sneeze is not yet clear,’ said Frankfurt.
After Tsipras had collapsed in the hours after the incident, neither had resigned for health reasons, prices fell back to their previous level.’ The markets continue waiting,’ said the financial expert.’ The Nies boom is over.’
Alexis Tsipras is not the only Greek leaders that triggers on the stock market turmoil. His finance minister Yannis Varoufakis provides regularly for turbulent fluctuations, when he throws himself on his motorcycle in the Athens city traffic.