10 to 9: Friday on the stock exchange: 10 important facts – DAX recovery rally expected | news
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1. DAX higher expected
Of the DAX is expected to be in the profit zone on the last trading day of the week after the pronounced recovery rally on the US stock exchanges.
2. Stock exchanges in the Far East with significant gains
The major Asian stock exchanges are up on Friday.
The leading Japanese index wins in Tokyo Nikkei temporarily 3.48 percent to 27,150.67 points.
In mainland China, the Shanghai Composite meanwhile by 2.00 percent to 3,076.68 points. In Hong Kong he lays Hang Seng meanwhile by 3.33 percent to 16,934.62 points (8:00 a.m. CET).
3. Rosneft is suing the federal government for forced administration of German subsidiaries
In the dispute over the trusteeship of the German Rosneft subsidiaries, the Russian oil company is suing the federal government. Rosneft filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Economic Affairs with the Federal Administrative Court on Thursday, the Berlin law firm Malmendier announced on the LinkedIn careers network. To the message
4. German gas storage capacity reaches 95 percent
Germany’s gas storage facilities are more than 95 percent full. Within 24 hours, the level rose by 0.17 points to 95.14 percent, according to information from Europe’s gas infrastructure operators late Thursday evening. To the message
5. Goldman Sachs lowers price target for Holcim
The US investment bank Goldman Sachs has downgraded Holcim from “buy” to “sell” and lowered the target price from 58 to 38 francs. To the message
6. Goldman Sachs lowers target for Heidelberg Materials
The US investment bank Goldman Sachs has lowered the price target for Heidelberg Materials from EUR 51 to EUR 36 and left the rating on “Sell”. To the message
7. Not just GameStop: These short squeezes cost hedge funds billions in losses
With the hype surrounding GameStop and AMC last year, the topic of short squeezes was very popular with investors. Similar events had previously occurred, some of which resulted in high losses for the short sellers. To the message
8. Gold price: There is a risk of a significant weekly loss
Growing interest rate concerns are responsible for the impending weekly loss. It is currently down 2.0 percent. On Friday morning, the gold price presented itself with held quotations. By around 7:45 a.m. (CEST), the most actively traded futures on gold (December) had fallen by 1.00 to $1,676.00 per troy ounce. To the message
9. Oil prices: Quiet end to the week so far
The oil price was stable on Friday morning. As of around 7:45 a.m. ET, the next-dated WTI future was up 0.36 to $89.47, while its Brent counterpart was up 0.32 to $94.89.
10. That’s why the euro is gaining some ground – Pound holds recent gains
In the morning, the euro was trading at $0.9783, slightly higher than the previous evening.
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