Germany shares blended at shut of buying and selling; DAX up zero.92%

© Reuters Germany stocks mixed at close of trading; DAX up 0.92% – German stocks were mixed after Wednesday's close as gains in sectors and sectors led to higher stocks while losses in sectors and sectors led to lower stocks.

At the close of trading in Frankfurt, the value rose 0.92%, while the index rose 0.33% and the index fell 0.25%.

The best performers of the session were MTU Aero Engines NA O.N. (DE :), which rose 4.73% or 9.25 points to close at 204.70. Meanwhile, Heidelbergcement AG O.N. (DE 🙂 added 3.83% or 2,500 points to end at 67,770 and Bayer AG NA (DE 🙂 rose 3.17% or 1.69 points to 55.04 in late trade.

The worst performers at the session were Delivery Hero AG (DE :), which fell 3.38% or 3.80 points to close at 108.70. Deutsche Wohnen AG (DE 🙂 lost 1.33% or 0.530 points and ended at 39.260 and E.ON SE (DE 🙂 fell 1.06% or 0.092 points to 8.558.

The top performers in the MDAX were Aareal Bank AG (DE :), which rose by 13.13% to 21,620, Fraport AG (DE :), which rose by 6.21% to 53.975 and software AG (DE :), which gained 3.95% and closed at 38.130.

The worst performers were Scout24 AG (DE :), which fell 3.21% to 63,300 in late trade, Zalando SE (DE :), which fell 2.77% to level off at 87.00, and Puma SE (DE :), which fell 2.48% to 84.92 at the close of trade.

The top performers in the TecDAX were S & T AG (DE :), which rose by 5.35% to 22.44, Software AG (DE :), which rose by 3.95% to 38.130, and Bechtle AG (DE :), which gained 2.01% and closed at 157.100.

The worst performers were Telefonica Deutschland Holding AG (DE :), which fell by 2.39% to 2.288 in late trading, Sartorius AG VZO O.N. (DE 🙂 which lost 2.15% to settle at 428,400 and Qiagen NV (DE :), which fell 1.85% to 42.635 at the close of trade.

Rising stocks outperformed falling stocks on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by 456 to 215 and 26 ended unchanged.

The value that measures the implied volatility of DAX options fell 7.08% to 22.57.

Gold futures for April delivery fell 0.68%, or 12.35, to $ 1,793.55 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for April delivery rose 2.68% or 1.65 to $ 63.32 a barrel, while the May Brent oil contract rose 2.84% or 1.83 to $ 66.31 per barrel rose.

EUR / USD fell 0.17% to 1.2128 while EUR / GBP fell 0.09% to 0.8600.

The US dollar index futures rose 0.15% to 90,305.

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