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Investors come to Russia despite terror attacks in Russia
Investors were shaken by the terrorist explosions of residential blocks in Moscow five years ago but ignored all the subsequent attacks. Likewise, the stock market disregarded the Beslan tragedy, writes the Vedomosti newspaper. "Investors in Russia seem to have nerves of steel," starts a study from the Aton investment company on the impact of terrorist attacks on the stock markets of different countries. Aton experts note that the stock market grew despite the loss of the two planes and the terrorist attacks in Moscow and Beslan, which have claimed nearly 450 lives within a fortnight. After 9/11, the US market crumbled but later hardly noticed new threats and the large-scale war against terrorism. Kirill Tremasov, chief analyst of the Bank of Moscow, believes the investors may panic only if terrorist attacks strike at the industrial or business infrastructure.
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