DAX on Frankfurt stock exchange in the open case - again well below 12,000 marks
On Thursday, the German leading index gives in. The focus on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Parquet is particularly a newcomer. © provided by Finanzen.net Raymond Boyd/Getty Images The DAX started the trading day 0.33 percent lower at 12,143.21 points. In the further course, it goes deeper and deeper on red terrain: the DAX currently loses 2.2 percent to 11,915.40 points. Europe's stock exchanges expand the losses on Thursday afternoon and mark new daily lows.
The middle of the Frankfurt stock exchange parquet. © provided by Finanzen.net Philippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images
The DAX showed 0.13 percent more firmly at 14,013.72 points on Wednesday. Finally, the stock market barometer unchanged at 13,994.87 points and thus slides just under the round of 14,000-point mark.
on the stock exchange lacks impulses between the years. Many investors are on vacation in the last week of the year. Important economic data and corporate messages are also not on the agenda. Data from the US real estate market are only published in the afternoon, but this should hardly cause significant impulses.
Infineon share in the focus of the focus could be on the shares of the chip manufacturer
Infineon after an interview with CEO Jochen Hanebeck in the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung". According to Hanebeck, Infineon is ready for larger takeovers worth several billion euros. "In addition to the strategic aspect, every supplement must also fit us culturally and make financial sense," said the manager at the same time.
14,000 points in the DAX No safe Bank .
After the preliminary jump to over 14,000 points, the round mark on Thursday afternoon is in danger in the DAX. If the German leading index had initially recovered to almost 14,161 points in the early trade, he then turned into the minus with 0.31 percent to 14,054.02 points. Market experts Andreas Lipkow explained that the skepticism about the further course of the economy in Europe and the thin trading volume before Christmas had the course profits melt away.