The Vienna Stock Exchange presented itself little changed at noon on Wednesday after clear price gains had been posted the day before. The domestic lead index ATX gained an insignificant 0.01 percent to 2,605.74 points. By contrast, the ATX Prime lost a small 0.02 percent to 1,326.31 points.According to retail sales figures from Germany presented in the morning, producer prices and labor market data published in the course of the morning for the entire euro zone did not provide any strong impetus. In the afternoon, on the economic side, the ADP job report for November is due before the Federal Reserve’s economic report (“Beige Book”) is published in the evening.
Looking at the heavily weighted stocks in the ATX, Erste were 0.24 percent higher. OMV also posted a price increase of 1.23 percent. Raiffeisen also gained: the bank’s shares rose by 1.16 percent.
In contrast, UNIQA probably had a negative impact on the domestic benchmark index, which fell by more than two percent. Wienerberger lost 1.97 percent and Verbund slumped 1.42 percent.
The voices of analysts also moved into focus on the Vienna Stock Exchange. Warburg Research has raised its price target for the shares of the Upper Austrian auto supplier Polytec from EUR 9.00 to EUR 12.00. At the same time, the analyst Marc-Rene Tonn confirmed his “Buy” recommendation. The shares recently trended minus 0.69 percent at 7.15 euros.
The papers of Vienna Airport were quoted unchanged from the previous day at EUR 26.85. The securities experts from HSBC recently increased their price target for the shares of the airport operator in an industry study from EUR 20.0 to EUR 23.00. The sell recommendation “Reduce” was retained due to the difference to the current share price.
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