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ROUNDUP / Aktien Europa Conclusion: Gains in New York boost late trading

PARIS / LONDON (dpa-AFX) – Europe’s stock markets picked up speed on Wednesday after an initially lethargic course in late trading. Price gains on the US stock exchanges provided positive impetus. Previously, shortly before the Christmas weekend and in view of the ongoing corona worries, investors tended to shy away from a clear positioning.

The EuroStoxx 50 (EURO STOXX 50) expanded its clear previous day’s gains and closed with a plus of 1.01 percent on the daily high of 4217.06 points. The French CAC 40 gained 1.24 percent to 7051.67 points – this was also the highest price of the day. The British FTSE 100 finished trading with a gain of 0.61 percent to 7341.66 points.

In a European industry comparison, investors favored stocks from the technology sector after the New York Nasdaq stock exchange again expanded its high price gains from the previous day in the middle of the week. Among the top values ​​in the EuroStoxx, the shares of the payment processor Adyen (Adyen BV Parts Sociales) gained 3.2 percent and those of the chip industry supplier ASML (ASML NV) around two percent.

At the top of the EuroStoxx, Airbus (Airbus SE (ex EADS)) added another four percent to their high price gain on Tuesday. In doing so, they closed the price gap from the end of November. The group is well on the way to being able to deliver 600 aircraft by the end of the year, reported the Bloomberg news agency, citing informed people. By mid-December, Airbus had achieved around half of the 82 deliveries that were still required in the final month.

The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair lowered its forecast for the current financial year. Because of the spreading coronavirus variant Omikron and the associated travel restrictions, a higher loss than previously expected, it said. For January, Ryanair cut its flight capacities by 33 percent. Investors left everything completely cold: The papers listed in London gained almost five percent.

The shares of the food delivery service Just Eat Takeaway (Just Eat Takeawaycom) initially stood out after a week-long price weakness with an increase of six percent, which, however, fell to only 0.7 percent at the close of trading. In the beginning, they benefited from the fact that competitor Delivery Hero discontinued its food delivery service in Germany after a short period of time./ajx/he

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