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Journal: Scientia fructuosa (Vol.89, No. 3)

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Page : 74-82

Keywords : stock market; volatility; capitalization; high-frequency trade.;

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Background. The current state of the global stock market is characterized by increasing instability in the conditions of system uncertainty of global development. Despite the fact that the stock market and the real economy are relatively autonomous systems, there are some relationships among them, especially strong influence of stock market on the real sector is observed in crisis situations. The purpose of the research is to identify the major trends in global stock markets in the conditions of financial instability of post-crisis development. Results. The researched analysis gives a possibility to claim that the uncertainty in the global economy is caused by asymmetry trends between developed and less developed countries. Many developing countries are already showing signs of "overheating" of the economy, which could deepen the crisis in the public and financial sectors in these countries. Conclusions. The research of the stock market has found its disproportionality, synchronicity of fluctuations, interdependence and wave nature of the situation. The increased frequency and intensity of financial crises and their international implications, enhanced global stock market volatility increases the instability of the economic system and require a serious reassessment of the traditional neo-liberal economic theories to regulate the global system. Thus, the main feature of overcoming the crises will be the institutional restructuring of the global economy. Until this happens, it is too early to speak about the crisis overcoming.

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