Entertainment: DAX makes initial profits - further risks

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The DAX handed over its opening profits on Monday. The German leading index recently fell by 0.14 percent to 13,776.76 points. Signs of a declining US inflation had given the stock exchanges vigorously in the past few days. But the risks for the markets are still available. The MDAX hardly not changed with minus 0.02 percent to 27,903.14 points. The Eurozone-Leiten-Leindex EuroStoxx 50 also came on the spot.

Der Dax ist der wichtigste Aktienindex in Deutschland. © Fredrik von Erichsen/dpa The DAX is the most important stock index in Germany.

Economic data from China was weak at the beginning of the week. They showed that the growth locomotive in the Middle Kingdom loses journey, said Christian Henke, analyst at the broker IG. He also noted that energy and raw material prices are still significantly too high and inflation still removes worlds from the target value of the central banks.

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The further falling Rhine level also proves to be less helpful for the stock market. This threatens restrictions on shipping on the transport route so important for the economy. After the dispute over the Taiwan visit by US top politician Nancy Pelosi about two weeks ago, the visit to a further US delegation in Taipei also ensures new geopolitical tensions.

In the DAX, the papers of the consumer goods group Henkel fluctuated quite strongly after quarterly figures and increased sales forecast. Finally, they were just noted in the minus. JPMorgan analyst Celine Pannuti sees profit from a possible price weakness.

Hellofresh rapidly by more than nine percent high after final quarterly figures. In the details, experts saw light and shadow, but also referred to the recently lowered annual goals. It could also work that the US bank JPmorgan looks more positive at the European Internet sector. The conditions for growth improved, it said in a recent study by analyst Marcus Diebel.

The shares of the Uniper supplier made another relaxation attempt with an increase of almost nine percent. According to numbers, the shares of the solar and wind farm operator Encavis also highly high, but Nordex dropped by 2.7 percent. The regular shares of the car rental company Sixt sank after a purchase recommendation painted by the investment house Stifel by three percent.

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