The MDax of medium-sized German companies came under significantly more pressure than the Dax on Thursday with a decline of 1.26 percent to 32,227.05 points.
Analyst Martin Utschneider from the bank Donner & Reuschel named another negative factor: “Warren Buffett recently caused a change of mood on the global stock exchanges with his sales of Apple shares”.
The US major investor had reduced its stake in the iPhone manufacturer the day before. Apple shares widened the previous day’s losses on Thursday. With the price rally of the past few months, they had been one of the driving forces behind the stock exchanges.
Shock at K + S
The financial supervisory authority Bafin has initiated an audit of the 2019 consolidated financial statements. It is about the suspicion that the fertilizer producer could have written off incorrectly and in parts too late. K + S now wants to rebut this suspicion of the Bafin.
MTU under pressure
The DAX taillight with a minus of 4.7 percent were the shares of MTU. JPMorgan expert David Perry commented that the engine manufacturer’s targets for 2021 are partially below market expectations. Airbus frightened investors with a billion-dollar loss for the past year and with the renewed cancellation of the dividend.
The course lost almost three percent.
Varta scores an own goal
The price had risen sharply in the past few weeks.
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VW is fueling investor euphoria with a possible Porsche IPO
The Stuttgart company’s final business figures for 2020 were well received on the stock exchange.
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Thyssenkrupp has to give up
The industrial group ended the talks with Liberty Steel about the sale of its steel division without success. That could disappoint investors for the time being, wrote analyst Christian Obst from Baader Bank.
The strong pound, which could worsen the competitive opportunities of British companies, had a negative impact here. Against the US dollar, the pound rose to its highest level in almost three years.
In the US, the Dow Jones Industrial slipped 0.8 percent at the close of trading in Europe.
The European Central Bank (ECB) had previously set the reference rate at 1.2084 dollars.
The Bund future lost 0.22 percent to 174.65 points in the evening.
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The system was close to collapse”
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Allianz: Corona crisis has only left slight scratches so far – shares are still lagging behind
Bitcoin: Blackrock is also approaching the cryptocurrency
The re is no longer any trace of the crisis in the share price – but the fundamentals look different – this is how analysts are now evaluating the paper
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