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 The  German stock market was lower on Monday before trading.So the opened DAX closed on Friday 0.77 percent firmer at 13,993.23 points. Also the TecDAX increased slightly by 0.23 percent to 3,519.47 points.

After the index record at 14,169 points, there was a lack of follow-up purchases on the German stock market. © www.de24.news The  lack of momentum made itself felt in stagnation. © www.de24.news The  specifications from the US stock exchanges are also not very powerful, the markets there closed almost unchanged on Friday.

Stockbrokers see the market in the field of tension between rising interest rates and optimism in view of the brighter corona situation. © www.de24.news The  message from the weekend could be received positively, according to which the vaccine from BioNTech and Pfizer could also protect against infection with the corona pathogen. So far, there has only been knowledge to what extent the agent protects against diseases. According to the Israeli Ministry of Health, the agent prevents around 99 percent serious disease or death after the second vaccination.

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© www.de24.news The  European stock exchanges picked up on Friday.Of the EuroSTOXX 50 started with a small profit and then expanded it. From trading it was 1.03 percent firmer at 3,718.78 points.

Initially, the focus was on the small expiry date on the futures exchanges. © www.de24.news The  February options on the EuroSTOXX 50 and on the DAX expired at noon.

But the bond market remained the overriding issue. “Rising interest rates remain the topic of the hour on the stock exchanges,” said portfolio manager Thomas Altmann from QC Partners. After it had been ignored by investors for a long time, it was now causing “gloomy clouds to appear on the previously blue stock market sky”. “© www.de24.news The  mood on the stock market has not yet turned, but worries and nervousness are noticeably increasing.”

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On Wall Street, the US stock exchanges were relatively directionless before the weekend. Of the Dow Jones was relatively lethargic before the weekend and closed practically unchanged at 31,494.32 points. Of the NASDAQ Composite gained 0.07 percent to 13,874.46 points.

In the past few days, concerns about the pace of economic recovery, high tech stocks and rising bond yields had weighed on sentiment somewhat. Investors’ eyes therefore continued to focus on the bond markets, with yields rising again on Friday. With higher yields, bonds become more attractive and provide an alternative to riskier stocks. In addition, the associated risk of inflation makes it difficult to continue the loose Monetary policy.

“A major driver of equity markets over the past few months has been a lack of competition,” said Kiran Ganesh, strategist at UBS Global Wealth Management.

However, activity growth in the US economy accelerated slightly in February. © www.de24.news The  composite index collected by IHS Markit for production in the private sector – industry and service providers together – improved somewhat compared to the previous month. In Europe, some very good purchasing manager data provided a slight upward impetus. However, sales of existing homes have increased contrary to expectations.

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© www.de24.news The  Asian stock exchanges show inconsistent at the start of the week.

© www.de24.news The  leading Japanese index Nikkei increases at the start of the week and shows up at 07:37 CET, 0.46 percent firmer at 30,156.03 points.

Meanwhile, in mainland China, investors are in a less cheerful mood Shanghai Composite loses 1.10 percent to 3,655.34 points. In Hong Kong, too, bears dominate, the Hang Seng in Hong Kong lost 0.48 percent to 30,497.02 points.

© www.de24.news The  markets continue to move in the area of ​​tension between the burden of rising yields and the hope that is fueled by additional government spending and the loose monetary policy worldwide. © www.de24.news The  focus is still on vaccination campaigns and falling numbers of new infections. Participants see the fact that Beijing tightened monetary policy after the New Year celebrations as a negative factor. KGI Securities expects this to limit price gains in the Shanghai and Hong Kong markets in the near future.

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