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Monday, February 5th, 2018 | bitcoin updates

FRANKFURT (GERMAN-BOERSE AG) – It had long been predicted, now it seems to be there: the turnaround. Yields in Europe and the US are picking up sharply and stock markets are reacting with a sniff.5. February 2018. FRANKFURT (Frankfurt Stock Exchange). The yield on ten-year German Bunds has risen to 0.76 percent, the highest since summer 2015, and yields on ten-year US Treasuries have reached their highest level since early 2014 at 2.78 percent have, the stock markets are down rapidly. Last week, the DAX lost over 4 percent to 12,785.16 points, on Monday morning it is 12,634 counters.The Dow Jones also fell in the course of the week by over 4 percent to last 25,520.96 points. Among the fears of interest contributed to the Friday published US labor market data, which showed an unexpectedly strong wage development. This makes a faster interest rate hike more likely – and higher interest rates are usually toxic to the stock markets. At the start of the week, Asian demand is also bad: the Japanese Nikkei collapsed 2.6 percent this Monday, to a one-and-a-half month low of 22,682 points. Drops in price as opportunity "More than expected rising bond yields remain the main risk for the stock markets in 2018. They bring back more volatility to the stock markets, "commented Robert Greil of Merck Finck. But for him this is a "piece of more normality". A decisive pillar for the stock markets is the continued good global economy, and it is precisely now that further convincing macro data is important. Chris-Oliver Schickentanz, chief investment officer of Commerzbank, assumes that the profit taking will continue for the time being. "However, the fundamental environment remains positive, and therefore stronger price reductions are more likely to be seen as selective entry opportunities." Only catch-up effectsHelaba believes that the inflation risks have not increased so much that monetary policy would need to tighten the reins faster and more clearly. "Rather, in particular on the US bond markets, the catch-up will be made up for what did not happen in 2017," says Helaba analyst Claudia Windt. The US Federal Reserve continued its gradual interest rate hike, with three increases expected in 2018, the first in March. For the ECB, the focus was first on the reduction of the purchase program, with a strong increase in consumer prices is not to be expected. "Equally, equity markets are catching up, as we've been pointing out for quite some time: equities are relatively high and prone to correction in phases of rising interest rates, despite continued healthy growth in both the US and the eurozone." DAX resigners torn important brands: According to Christoph Geyer of Commerzbank, the DAX completed a "False Breakout" last week, a failed attempt to break out. "This was accompanied by a sell-signal and a divergence in the MACD indicator." Shortly thereafter, the short-term uptrend line was broken and reached the support area at the end of the week. "At the start of the week, it depends on whether this area can be defended." If the range falls below 12,700 points, the downward movement will probably continue to expand. "The last few trading days have left a clear mark on the DAX's chart image," explains Christian Schmidt from Helaba. In equal measure, important supports were broken, as a result of which both the short- and the medium-term trend turned negative. "A change in the long-term trend is also on the agenda as the relevant 200-day-line is undercut at 12,748 points today." Important Economic and Economic DataTuesday, February 6, 8:00. Germany: Industrial Orders December. Commerzbank expects a small plus of 0.5 percent compared to November, which corresponds to the consensus estimates. In November, the total number was pressed by comparatively few orders in the field of other vehicle construction, here is to be expected with a noticeable countermovement.Wednesday, 7 February 08.00 clock. Germany: Industrial production December. According to DekaBank, production data will be weak but only slightly negative, with a minus of 0.3 percent. That was already good news, because the previous month had been "strong as a bear". Thursday, 8 February 13.00 clock. United Kingdom: interest rate decision of the Bank of England. According to the Commerzbank, the February deadline for a change in interest rates should bring nothing new. Much more exciting is the inflation report.by: Anna-Maria Borse5. February 2018, © Deutsche Börse AG (The content of the column is the sole responsibility of Deutsche Börse AG.) The contributions are not an invitation to buy or sell securities or other assets.)


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