Germany is higher at the close of trading; DAX up 0.17%
© Reuters. Germany is higher at the close of trading; DAX up 0.17%
Investing.com – German stocks were higher after Thursday’s close as gains across sectors and sectors drove stocks higher.
At the close of trading in Frankfurt, the value rose 0.17% while the index rose 0.45% and the index rose 0.88%.
The best performers in the session were Delivery Hero AG (DE :), which rose 2.50% or 2.85 points to close at 116.75. Meanwhile, Adidas AG (DE 🙂 gained 2.04% or 5.52 points to end at 276.75, and RWE AG ST ON (DE 🙂 gained 1.83% or 0.620 in late trading Points to 34,520 too.
The worst performers at the session were Covestro AG (DE :), which fell 2.38% or 1.360 points to close at 55.760. Daimler AG NA ON (DE 🙂 lost 1.62% or 1.230 points to end at 74.470 and Deutsche Bank AG NA ON (DE 🙂 fell 1.34% or 0.140 points to 10.330.
The top performers in the MDAX were Puma SE (DE :), which rose by 5.55% to 90.71, Sartorius AG VZO ON (DE :), which rose by 3.48% to 448,800, and Carl Zeiss Meditec AG (DE 🙂 which gained 2.76% to close at 138,000.
The worst results were achieved by K&S AG (DE 🙂 which fell 2.95% to 8,500 in late trading, Deutsche Lufthansa AG (DE 🙂 which lost 2.72% and settled at 11.270 and 11.270 Lanxess AG (DE :), which fell 2.60% to 63.045 at the close of trading.
The top performers in the TecDAX were Sartorius AG VZO ON (DE :), which rose by 3.48% to 448,800, and Carl Zeiss Meditec AG (DE :), which rose by 2.76% and rose to 138,000 and Eckert & Ziegler AG ON (DE :), which rose 2.55% to close at 70.350.
The worst performers were Drillisch AG (DE :), which fell 1.76% in late trading to 23,420, United Internet AG NA (DE :), which fell 1.49% to level off at 33.810, and Cancom SE ON (DE :), which fell 1.28% to 48.690 at close of trade.
Rising stocks outperformed falling stocks on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by 352 to 324 and 77 ended unchanged.
The value that measures the implied volatility of DAX options fell 2.56% to 17.51, a new 52-week low.
Gold futures for delivery in June rose 0.92%, or 16.05, to $ 1,757.65 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for delivery in May fell 0.12% or 0.07 to $ 59.70 a barrel, while the oil contract for Brent rose 0.27% or $ 0.17 in June to hit 63 . $ 33 a barrel was trading.
EUR / USD rose 0.40% to 1.1918 while EUR / GBP rose 0.33% to 0.8669.
The US dollar index futures fell 0.44% to 92.067.
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