ROUNDUP / Aktien Frankfurt opening: recovery paused – Deutsche Bank weak
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FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – After two strong trading days, the German stock market took a break in the middle of the week. After all, the leading index has Dax
The Dax fell by a quarter of a percent to 15,718 points in early trading. The MDax, on the other hand, moved up slightly by 0.12 percent to 35,149 points. The leading Eurozone index EuroStoxx 50
Despite the recent price strength, the general mood “continues to show a noticeable uncertainty and indecision on the part of market participants,” wrote analyst Martin Utschneider from the private bank Donner & Reuschel. The decisive factor here is not least the sharp rise in yields on federal and US bonds. “In addition to the current inflationary pressure, this also exacerbates concerns about rising interest rates in Europe and the USA,” said Utschneider.
With Deutsche Bank
At BASF, even higher annual targets for sales and profit could not drive the course, it stepped on the spot. The new, higher forecast for operating profit only confirms market expectations, noted a trader.
On the other hand, the messages from Puma were well received. The rival of Adidas (adidas share)
The shares of K + S
On Friday there is also a change in the Dax. Because of the takeover of the Deutsche Wohnen real estate group
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