© Reuters. Germany shares lower at close of trading; DAX lost 0.37%
Investing.com – Germany stocks were lower after the close on Wednesday as losses in the, and sectors drove lower prices.
At the close of trading in Frankfurt, the index was down 0.37%, while the index was down 0.65% and the index was down 0.65%.
The best performers of the session were Vonovia SE (DE :), which rose 5.01% or 2.48 points to trade at 51.90 at close. In the meantime, Deutsche Bank AG NA O.N. (DE 🙂 added 2.93% or 0.325 points and ended at 11.435 and Münch. Reverse VNA O.N. (DE 🙂 rose 1.71% or 4.28 points to 254.13 in late trade.
The worst performers of the session were Bayer AG NA (DE :), which fell 2.92% or 1.43 points to trade at 47.50 at the close. Volkswagen AG VZO O.N. (DE 🙂 declined 2.91% or 5.17 points to end at 172.55 and Covestro AG (DE 🙂 fell 2.47% or 1,400 points to 55,200.
The top performers in the MDAX were Scout24 AG (DE :), which is up 5.14% to 60,980, LEG Immobilien AG (DE :), which has risen by 1.78% and is leveling off at 125,450 and Hannover Re SE (DE :), which rose 1.18% to close at 163.10.
The worst performers were CompuGroup Medical AG AT. (DE :), which fell 7.42% to 66,100 in late trading, Aixtron SE (DE 🙂 lost 6.62% and settled at 18.835 and AUTO1 Group SE (DE 🙂 lost 5.07% to 26.20 at the close of trade.
The top performers in the TecDAX were Morphosys AG O.N. (DE :), which increased by 7.05% to 36,680, Nordex SE O.N. (DE :), which has risen by 4.41% and levels off at 15.390 and Pfeiffer vacuum Technology O.N. (DE :), which rose 1.16% and closed at 218.00.
CompuGroup Medical AG O.N. (DE 🙂 which fell 7.42% to 66.100 in late trading, Aixtron SE (DE 🙂 which lost 6.62% to level off at 18.835 and Nemetschek AG AT. (DE :), which at close of trade was down 4.41% to 101.800.
Falling stocks exceeded the rising ones on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by 377 to 319 and 77 ended unchanged.
AUTO1 Group SE (DE 🙂 shares fell to an all-time low; Decrease by 5.07% or 1.40 to 26.20.
The one that measures the implied volatility of DAX options rose 2.11% to 19.80, a new 1-month high.
Gold futures for December delivery rose 0.18%, or 3.15, to $ 1,786.95 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for delivery fell 0.18% or 0.14 to $ 78.36 a barrel in January, while the Brent oil contract fell 0.26% or 0.21 to $ 82.10 a barrel in January fell.
EUR / USD lost 0.49% to 1.1191 while EUR / GBP fell 0.08% to 0.8397.
The US dollar index futures rose 0.41% to 96.890.
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