European and U.S. stock exchange trading week to ends on large declines

2.4% growth forecast for the world economy in 2013

Stock Exchange concluded the “Wall Street” of America, yesterday on the transactionsmass decline of key indicators, and lost the Dow Jones industrial average 240.60points, to close at 10913.40 points, down by 2.16%.

The benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 “S & P 500” broader, by 28.98 points, to settle at 1131.42 points, a decline of 2.50%. The Nasdaq Composite Index “Nasdaq” and thetechnology-laced, trading down by 65.36 points, to reach the level of 2415.40 points, a decline of 2.63%

The other hand, European shares closed lower yesterday as well, posting its worstperformance since late 2008, as the market is still suffering from a slowdown in global growth and the crisis of sovereign debt in the euro area.

Where the index fell to ‪ pan-European FTSEurofirst 1.6% to 918.44 points in the declinein stocks led associated with economic cycles, including the shares of auto companiessuch as BP. Um. W., which lost 5.3%, and the index lost 17.3% during the third quarter, the worst quarter since the end of 2008.

In the markets of Europe, the Financial Times Index was down by 2.0% British and theFrench CAC index fell ‪ rate of 2% and Germany’s DAX index fell by 3%