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Monday, November 27th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – The Dax (DAX 30) has shown to the week start without clear direction. In the area of ​​tension between strong economic data and a strong euro that comes along with it, investors find it difficult to weigh up, because a rise in the value of the single currency can make it more difficult for German companies to export goods, the market said. Around noon on Monday, the leading index eventually gained 0.07 percent to 13,068.68 points after some backlash. The MDAX index, the MDAX, rose 0.30 percent to 26,783.01 points. The technology index TecDAX lost 0.20 percent to 2565.86 meters. Slight losses were recorded in Asia, while most of Europe's stock exchanges swung into positive territory: The EuroStoxx 50 (EURO STOXX 50) recently gained 0.27 percent. After the Dax plummeted in early November, it has been trying since last week between 12 900 and 13 200 points. At the bottom, according to Jochen Stanzl, market expert at CMC Markets, the leading index is hedged because of the economic situation in Germany and the Eurozone. The simultaneously strong euro, however, burdened. This holds stable since Friday as a result of the more recent very positive data from Europe over 1.1900 US dollars. Most recently, it was trading at $ 1.1937. Among the individual stocks, stocks in the chip industry, such as Infineon, Dialog Semiconductor, or Aixtron (AIXTRON SE), suffered price losses. Infineon gave 1.25 percent at the end of the Dax. In the TecDax, especially the Aixtron shares were weak at minus 3.17 percent. According to US Bank Morgan Stanley, the demand cycle for memory chips is expected to peak in the near future. Accordingly, the experts of the bank expect risks for the profit growth of the industry. The papers of Commerzbank, however, rose on the Dax peak by 1.20 percent. They benefited from a report in the Swiss newspaper "NZZ am Sonntag". This had reported from informed circles that the Swiss bank UBS was interested in parts of the German financial institution. The shares of Lufthansa gained in second place 0.86 percent. Germany's largest airline struggling after the rip off of its competitor Air Berlin against allegations of price gouging. "What is rumored about alleged price increases, is demonstrably not applicable," said Lufthansa board member Harry Hohmeister the newspaper "Welt am Sonntag". In SDAX were three companies with their quarterly figures in view. The shares of the automotive supplier Stabilius (Stabilus) gave to a trader according to disappointments in the revenue outlook. They lost 1.76 percent. The shares of the food supplier Delivery Hero initially found no clear direction, based on sales figures and a confirmed annual outlook. Around noon, they then gained 1.44 percent. Rising rents in major German cities and a strong portfolio helped the shares of Aroundtown Property (Aroundtown SA) to profit. The papers of the company specializing in commercial real estate advanced by 0.96 per cent./ck/— By Claudia Müller, dpa-AFX —


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