ROUNDUP / Aktien Europa End: Up – Cac 40 at its highest level since 2000

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PARIS / LONDON (dpa-AFX) – The European stock exchanges picked up on their latest price gains on Tuesday. However, investors were a bit more cautious, as the US Federal Reserve was already moving more into the spotlight with the interest rate decision expected in the middle of the week. Another focus was the season of company reports, which had last supported the prices.

Based on the US stock exchanges, which also continue to rise, the EuroStoxx 50 its gains to 0.37 percent. The leading index of the Eurozone closed at 4296.22 points almost at its daily high. It was thus at its highest level since 2008. Since the beginning of October, when it was still fighting for the 4,000 point mark, it has now increased by around 7.5 percent within a few weeks.

There was another big loser in London with the papers from Standard Chartered that slipped 7.9 percent. The market complained that the bank’s return to growth, which is targeted for 2022, was disappointing. The bank is planning a slower recovery than some of its competitors, it said.

With the shares of AP Moller-Maersk but there was also a positive quarterly report, in Copenhagen these advanced by 3.5 percent. Thanks to continued very high demand, the shipping company earned more money in the third quarter than ever before in such a period. The Hamburg logistics company Senator International is also taken over with record profits. / Tih / he


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