Germany shares blended at shut of buying and selling; DAX up 1.87%

© Reuters. Germany stocks mixed at close of trading; DAX up 1.87% – German stocks were mixed after Wednesday’s close as gains in sectors and sectors led to higher stocks while losses in sectors and sectors led to lower stocks.

At the close of trading in Frankfurt, the value rose 1.87%, reaching a new all-time high, while the index rose 0.25% and the index fell 0.14%.

The best performers in the session were Deutsche Bank AG NA ON (DE 🙂 which was up 6.10% or 0.539 points to trade at 9.369 at the close. Allianz SE VNA ON (DE 🙂 gained 5.60% or 10.98 points to end at 207.18, and BASF SE NA ON (DE 🙂 rose 4.87% or 3.130 points in late trading to 67.380.

Worst of the session was Vonovia SE (DE :), which fell 4.12% or 2.46 points to close at 57.18. Deutsche Wohnen AG (DE 🙂 lost 3.45% or 1.490 points and ended at 41.760 and Delivery Hero AG (DE 🙂 fell 3.19% or 4.60 points to 139.50.

The top performers in the MDAX were K & S AG (DE :), which rose by 8.14% to 9.711, and Thyssenkrupp AG ON (DE :), which rose by 6.11% to 8.775 and 8.775 Commerzbank AG ON (DE :), which rose 5.75% to close at 5.668.

The worst results were achieved by Tag Immobilien AG (DE :), which fell by 4.24% to 24.820 in late trading. LEG Immobilien AG (DE 🙂 which lost 3.55% to settle at 122,800 and Teamviewer AG (DE :), which fell 3.59% to 43.24 at close of trade.

The top performers in the TecDAX were Nordex SE ON (DE :), which rose 5.16% to 24,040, United Internet AG NA (DE :), which rose by 3.25% to 36,840 and Drillisch AG (DE :), which gained 2.96% and closed at 21,890.

TeamViewer AG (DE 🙂 achieved the worst results, falling by 3.59% to 43.24 in late trading. Aixtron SE (DE 🙂 lost 3.23% to trade at 14.418 and LPKF Laser & Electronics (DE 🙂 fell 3.28% to 28.050 at close of trade.

Rising stocks outperformed falling stocks on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by 442 to 227 and 28 ended unchanged.

BASF SE NA ON (DE 🙂 shares rose to 52-week highs; 4.87% or 3.130 increase to 67.380. The shares of Nordex SE ON (DE 🙂 rose to three-year highs; Up 5.16% or 1.180 to 24.040.

The value that measures the implied volatility of DAX options fell 13.08% to 23.60.

Gold futures for February delivery fell 2.48%, or 48.50, to $ 1905.90 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for delivery in February rose 1.08% or 0.54 to $ 50.47 a barrel, while the oil contract for Brent rose 1.36% or $ 0.73 to 54 in March, $ 33 a barrel rose.

EUR / USD fell 0.15% to 1.2275 while EUR / GBP rose 0.28% to 0.9048.

The US dollar index futures rose 0.36% to 89.727.

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