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
The French Cac 40
“There is now consensus that the Fed will announce its entry into the exit from the ultra-loose monetary policy,” said portfolio manager Thomas Altmann of QC Partners. The stock exchanges were expecting a concrete roadmap for reducing monthly bond purchases, which will probably begin this year.
The mining stocks, which are important in the FTSE, suffered from sharply falling iron ore prices after China ordered production cuts. The shares of mining companies like BHP
Falling oil stocks also had a negative impact on the British “Footsie”. BP
Investors also generally turned their backs on the leisure sector. Flutter shares plummeted from this sector
Meanwhile, bad news also came for the shareholders of the chip company AMS
The titles of the Swiss personnel service provider Adecco
There was another big loser in London with the papers from Standard Chartered
With the shares of AP Moller-Maersk
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