German shares fall at shut of buying and selling; DAX down 1.30%
© Reuters. German stocks fall at close of trading; DAX down 1.30%
Investing.com – Germany stocks were lower after Thursday's close as losses in and sectors drove lower stocks.
At the close of trading in Frankfurt, the index was down 1.30%, while the index was down 0.25% and the index was down 0.04%.
The best performers in the session were Continental AG ON. (DE :), which rose 0.99% or 1.05 points to close at 107.33. Meanwhile, Delivery Hero AG (DE 🙂 added 0.52% or 0.55 points to end at 105.55 and RWE AG ST O.N. (DE 🙂 rose 0.53% or 0.180 points to 34.360 in late trade.
The worst performers at the session were Siemens AG Class N (DE :), which fell 3.59% or 4.22 points to close at 113.31. Infineon Technologies AG NA O.N. (DE 🙂 fell 2.71% or 0.730 points to end at 26,200 and E.ON SE NA (DE 🙂 fell 2.48% or 0.235 points to 9.245.
The top performers in the MDAX were Stroeer SE (DE :), who rose by 6.73% to 73,700%. United Internet AG NA (DE 🙂 rose by 5.26% to 32,230 and Gerresheimer AG (DE 🙂 grew by 3.35% and closed at 98,700.
The worst performers were Varta AG (DE :), which fell 5.51% to 114,900 in late trading, RTL Group SA (DE 🙂 who lost 4.59% to settle at 37,000 and Aroundtown Property Holdings PLC (DE :), which fell 3.77% to 5,160 at close of trade.
The top performers in the TecDAX were Drillisch AG (DE :), which rose 5.58% to 19.690, United Internet AG NA (DE :), which rose 5.26% to 32.230, and New Work SE (DE :), which rose 3.06% gained and closed at 252.50.
The worst results were achieved by Varta AG (DE :), which had fallen by 5.51% to 114,900 in late trading, while Infineon Technologies AG NA O.N. (DE :), which lost 2.71% to level off at 26,200, and LPKF Laser & Electronics (DE :), which fell 2.48% to 18.860 at close of trade.
The falling shares outperformed those on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by 395 to 276 and the 20 ended unchanged.
The value that measures the implied volatility of DAX options rose 1.93% to 25.38.
Gold futures for December delivery rose 0.89%, or 16.50, to $ 1,878.10 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for December delivery rose 0.60% or 0.25 to $ 41.70 a barrel, while the January Brent oil contract rose 0.43% or 0.19 to 43.99 USD per barrel rose.
EUR / USD rose 0.34% to 1.1817 while EUR / GBP rose 1.03% to 0.8997.
The US dollar index futures fell 0.17% to 92.865.
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