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Technology stocks were meanwhile in the lead with plus 0.6 percent.

The sales forecast of the telecom and internet supplier surprised the market positively. Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall also spoke of the stock’s increasingly attractive valuation.

Applied Materials papers gained 5 percent. Here, too, analysts spoke of optimistic forecasts by the manufacturer of systems for the semiconductor industry. The bank RBC and the trading houses Cowen and Stifel raised the price targets for the shares and recommended buying them.

Walt Disney shares were up 1.6 percent. The entertainment empire is gradually recovering from the corona shock, which had shut down large parts of its activities. The focus on streaming video directly to the consumer is paying off, noted Goldman Sachs analyst Brett Feldman.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – Price gains on the stock exchanges in the USA and Asia lay the foundation for new profits on the Dax on Monday. A good two hours before the start of Xetra, the German leading index was valued by broker IG 1.16 percent higher at 13,229 points in the morning. It is thus once again consolidating the 13,000 point mark that was still in danger the previous week after the strong start.

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In the USA, the Dow Jones Industrial was up by more than one percent on Friday, and in Japan, Seoul and the mainland stock exchanges in China, things picked up again in the morning. The Dax is now following this with price gains. Instead of 13,000 points, he can measure himself again with the high of 13,297 points, which he reached last Monday because of the sudden onset of vaccine hope.

The prospect of an early availability of vaccines against the coronavirus is now still considered a support. In Asia, meanwhile, economic data from China and the largest free trade agreement in the world caused a lot of talk. China has concluded this with 14 Asia-Pacific countries. The agenda also shows over the course of the week that the corporate reporting season has passed its peak.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – On Friday, the Dax has to fight for the 13,000 point mark. The broker IG estimated the German benchmark index a good two hours before the Xetra start, around half a percent lower to 12,998 points. During the night, IG had already seen the Dax at 12,930 points at times.

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The Dax continues to pay tribute to the price jump on Monday, which at times catapulted it by over 800 points to almost 13,300 points.123helpme.me Despite taking profits in the meantime, the weekly balance is currently plus 4.5 percent.

In the US, Dow Jones Industrial and the broad-based SP 500 are moving further away from their record highs on Monday. The recovery of the indices on the Nasdaq technology exchange stalled.

According to Axi broker market strategist Stephen Innes, investors are reducing their risks ahead of the weekend.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – Investors increasingly shy away from the risk before the weekend. After the first clearer profit-taking the day before, it went a little further down this Friday in the Dax. The 13,000 point mark is now at risk again.

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In view of the increasing number of corona infections worldwide, the great euphoria about the clear progress made in the search for a vaccine has somewhat dissipated. A new high in new infections has also been reported in this country. In addition, even after the vaccine has been approved quickly, it will take a long time before enough people are vaccinated.

In early trading, the leading index lost 0.17 percent to 13,030.29 points, which means the weekly plus is still more than four percent thanks to strong gains on Monday. The MDax of the 60 medium-sized stocks turned positive after initial losses. Most recently he won 0.18 percent on 28,385.80 points. The leading Eurozone index EuroStoxx 50 was slightly above its previous day’s close with a plus of 0.03 percent.

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The companies continued with the submission of quarterly balance sheets. The real estate company Deutsche Wohnen reported on the Dax, its share increasing by 1.0 percent. According to analysts, the nine-month balance was slightly better than generally expected. In addition, the forecast for valuation gains in 2020 is slightly above the market estimate, according to the US bank Goldman Sachs.

The SDax included quarterly reports from Deutsche Euroshop and Tele Columbus, whose shares developed in opposite directions. The business of the real estate investor Euroshop, which specializes in shopping centers, recovered strongly in the summer from the corona shock of the first half of the year. The bottom line was a profit again, which gave the shares an increase of 1.8 percent.

For Tele Columbus, however, it was down 3.4 percent. The cable operator sees itself on course with its annual targets. The numbers themselves were surprising, it was also said on the market. For the paper of the financial company Wüstenrot Württembergische (WW) went down by 0.6 percent according to the figures.

The automotive supplier Stabilus gave detailed figures and an outlook for the rest of the year. After initially heavy losses of almost 5 percent, the share turned positive and most recently gained 0.3 percent. One trader called the sales outlook “ok” in an initial reaction, but at the same time criticized the fact that the expected adjusted EBIT margin was below expectations.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – On Thursday, slight profit-taking is emerging in the Dax. Broker IG valued the German leading index just under two hours before the Xetra start, half a percent lower to 13 155 points. After the price jump on Monday, the Dax has so far been up almost 6 percent this week. After almost 13,300 points at the beginning of the week, the index was only able to prevail against sellers with difficulty over the past two days.

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In the US, Dow Jones Industrial and the broad SP 500 remain below their record highs from Monday. After all, the indices of the technology exchange Nasdaq recovered significantly from their sharp setback the previous evening.

The shifts from technology stocks of the “New Economy” to classic branches of the “Old Economy” are decreasing, said market analyst Jeffrey Halley from broker Oanda. The day before, it was already observed in Europe that investors were saying goodbye to the previous corona losers who had previously experienced a multi-day recovery rally.

NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – Shortly before the hurdle of 30,000 points, the Dow Jones Index showed weakness on Wednesday. After two strong trading days, the leading index closed 0.08 percent in the red at 29 397.63 points. However, this keeps the Dow in contact with the next big round mark of 30,000 meters. US bond trading was closed due to a public holiday, which experience has shown to result in lower stock exchange turnover.

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The recently weak technology stocks showed themselves to be strong again. The technology-heavy Nasdaq 100 gained 2.31 percent to 11,892.93 points again. He had given way in the past two trading days. The market-wide SP 500 advanced by 0.77 percent to 3572.66 points and, like the Dow, has unchanged its sights on Monday’s record high.

As in the past two days, the prospect of a vaccine against the lung disease Covid-19 ensured a generally good mood on the stock market. “News about vaccines and their use should drive the markets further in the coming months,” said chief investor Mark Haefele of the investment bank UBS. The expert saw investors well positioned for the next upward movement on the stock markets.

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Goldman Sachs analyst Chris Hussey drew attention to how much the major stock market indices depend on the weal and woe of the tech giants. “It’s difficult for the SP 500 to rise when investors sell the mega-tech.” This includes the expert above all Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft and the Google holding company Alphabet.

In the Dow, too, the reinvigorated technology stocks were at the forefront. For example, shares in the software companies Microsoft and Salesforce rose by 2.6 percent each. Apple gained 3 percent at the top of the Dow. Intel and Cisco Systems also grew. In the Nasdaq-100, chip manufacturers Qualcomm and AMD as well as software provider Adobe also included major tech titles among the winners.

Lyft shares initially went up almost 8 percent. The travel agent increased sales in the third quarter by more than half and limited the loss more than expected on the market. In the course of trading, however, the shares almost completely gave up the high profits and closed with a plus of one percent.

The euro recovered from initial losses and was last listed at $ 1.1780. The European Central Bank (ECB) had previously set the reference rate at 1.1766 (Tuesday: 1.1808) dollars. The dollar had thus cost 0.8499 (0.8469) euros./bek/he— By Benjamin Krieger, dpa-AFX —

PARIS / LONDON (dpa-AFX) – Investors in Europe’s stock markets have taken a breather after the recent rally. The most important indices were moderately negative on Thursday morning.

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The EuroStoxx 50, the leading index for the Eurozone, recently fell by 0.44 percent to 3452.20 points. The previous weekly balance shows an increase of almost 8 percent, as the stock exchanges responded on Monday with a fireworks display to the election victory of the Democratic US presidential candidate Joe Biden and the prospect of a corona vaccine. But now the markets are consolidating for the time being, wrote market strategist Stephen Innes of the trading house Axi.

The French Cac 40 fell 0.73 percent to 5405.33 points. The British FTSE 100 (“Footsie”) lost 0.38 percent to 6357.60 points.

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In the sector overview, bank stocks across Europe recorded the largest losses with minus 1.9 percent. Technology stocks were meanwhile in the lead with plus 0.6 percent. At the top of the industry index, the shares in the holding company Prosus, which specializes in tech stocks, rose by almost 5 percent. Good news came from their most important holding, Tencent: The Chinese technology giant continued to do well in the Corona crisis thanks to the booming video games business and clearly exceeded market expectations in terms of net profit.

In Milan, Pirelli’s shares fell by around six percent. The Italian tire manufacturer expects less profit in the current year. The company justified this with exchange rate effects, raw material prices and other costs.

In London, Rolls-Royce shares lost initial gains of a good eight percent and were most recently more than five percent in the red at the “Footsie” end. The badly ailing British engine manufacturer has already sold 94 percent of the new shares as part of its ongoing capital increase.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – The still rising number of corona infections are fueling the fear of further economic and social restrictions on the stock market. In the new week you should suppress the joy of the supposed breakthrough with a vaccine a little more.

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Experts see the high effectiveness of a vaccine developed by Biontech and Pfizer against the lung disease Covid-19 and the victory of Democrat Joe Biden in the US presidential election as a game changer, i.e. groundbreaking events