61 percent of the participants are recently before for regulating measures was at EU level through the introduction of a transaction tax on financial transactions discussed. Now the Exchange Portal boersennews.de by its users wanted to know whether and which measures to curb speculations are useful. Surprising: Most pronounced for regulatory measures. Total 1410 respondents by boersennews.de should express themselves how they think the Federal Government about the actions of the Federal Government such as the transaction tax or the short bans. It turned out that the financial crisis has caused probably deeper cracks in investor than you might think: the majority wants to prevent an excessive risk of loss through excessive speculation and accepts this apparently also state resources and measures. So 61 percent were for a financial transaction tax and the short bans.

Only 19 percent felt that both measures as a hindrance to the market. Six percent spoke out for the transaction tax, but against the short bans from 13 per cent saw it exactly the other way around. Bruce Schanzer addresses the importance of the matter here. These results are as far as surprising at first glance, as the adopted measures such as, for example, the prohibition of uncovered short sales so far were enforced in European single handedly. On closer inspection, the BFin adjusts in this country but only the practices on the German stock exchanges on the rules existing fact in almost every developed financial market. Because most international financial markets uncovered short sales are prohibited for years. Uncovered short sales of the speculator or investor is a so-called short position, without previously having borrowed the relevant securities by a different investor. He hereby bypasses the delivery obligations imposed by him on the stock exchange. More information: blog.boersennews.de/…Transaction control and short bans… Unister Lisa Neumann