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Investors in Germany were positive on Thursday.

Of DAX opened the day with a slight increase and continued to rise as the trade progressed. However, he was unable to regain the mark of 14,500 units. In the end, the stock market barometer rose 1.01 percent to 14,485.17 points. Of TecDAX was somewhat stronger at the start of trading and could then position itself more clearly in the profit zone. In the evening, there was a plus of 1.59 percent to 3,193.31 points on the price board.

According to Credit Suisse experts, market sentiment remained fragile. There were predominantly negative signals from Asia and the United States. Investors were also eagerly awaiting the meeting between the OPEC + countries, which took place on Thursday. It was the first meeting since the EU agreed on the oil embargo against Russia. The oil cartel OPEC + decided to increase its production in the summer much more than in recent months.

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European markets rose on Thursday.

Of Euro STOXX 50 was listed at the start of trading with a minimal plus, but then rose more markedly. At the close of trading, it rose 0.95 percent to 3,795.13 points.

The specifications from Asia and the United States were predominantly negative. The US Federal Reserve’s Beige Book, published the night before, revealed only modest economic growth. This could argue for a minor tightening of the gel policy. However, the outlook had only given Wall Street shares a brief boost.

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Finally, on Thursday, Wall Street was still in a buying mood.

Of Dow Jones was initially unresolved in the trade, but eventually chose green territory and closed with a 1.33 percent plus of 33,248.02 points. Of NASDAQ Composite rose even more Thursday, rising 2.69 percent to 12,316.90 points.

Although solid economic data recently gave rise to the prospect of a possible easing, fears of a tighter one rose again at the same time. monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve in focus for investors. It is feared that currency watchdogs will raise the key interest rate faster than last signaled in a positive environment to bring high inflation under control.

“The U.S. economy is still looking pretty good, and that means the Federal Reserve can maintain the pace of 50 basis point rate hikes over the summer,” Dow Jones Newswire Oanda analyst Edward Moya was quoted as saying. “Everyone expects economic activity to slow down over the next few months, especially as the risk of inflation remains high and the Fed has now begun to trim its balance sheet.”

The list of economic data was again well filled on Thursday. ADP May’s job report for the private sector came out before open trading and came below expectations. However, there were virtually no surprises in the weekly first unemployment applications. Non-agricultural productivity for the first quarter, meanwhile, was slightly better than expected at second reading compared with the previous quarter.

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The leading Japanese index rose on Friday. The Chinese markets remain closed on public holidays.

In Tokyo, it is rising Nikkei currently 1.2 percent to 27,742.60 points. (From 7:37 CET).

On the Chinese mainland won Shanghai composite Thursday finally 0.42 percent to 3,195.46 points. In Hong Kong is hang bed a minus of 1 percent to 21,082.13 index points.

The Japanese stock market is based on the positive guidelines from Wall Street on Friday. The OPEC + group decided the day before to increase monthly production more than agreed.

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