Corona alarm! In Berlin, only 91 intensive beds are free - and every day 25 patients come
! GOT TO! BUT! EVEN! THE! Last! Shake! Berlin is facing the collapse of the emergency supply system. There are hardly any intensive care beds free, as a Charité doctor betrays. And the location around the many Corona patients is getting more dramatic. © Provided by Berliner Kurier "The Corona situation is very worrying and currently not under control," said Gernot Marx, President of the German Interdisciplinary Association for Intensive and Emergency Medicine (Divi), recently.
Before the weekend, the DAX bends heavily. © Provided by finanzen.net Daniel Roland / AFP / Getty Images
The DAX will be charged on Friday from the worries in front of a new Covid-19 variant. He started 3.35 percent in minus at 15,383.90 points. In the further course, it goes downstairs: in the previous day low up to 15,282.69 meters. Currently, the German guide index loses 3.59 percent to 15,346.18 units.
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Thus, the recent stabilization attempts in the German key index as a short straw fire and the course correction started last week continues.
Previously, Virus Mutation had already spoiled the last trading day of the week in Asia and cared for partly high price losses. On Friday, on the other hand, there are no specifications from the United States, as the financial markets were closed on Thursday because of the holiday "Thanksgiving". Many market participants in the United States use this for a long weekend, which is why the impulses from the US should be rar to this trading day. At Wall Street, only a shortened trading takes place. Federation Finanzen.net / DPA-AFX
DAX between virus fishing and bargain hopping: Leading index with a new recovery attempt .
The German key index manages a recovery attempt on Friday. © Provided by Finanzen.net Thomas Lohnes / Getty Images The DAX is clearly recovered for the trading start on Friday in the previous detail. The first course is marked at 15,422.90 points - 1.00 percent above the closing course from Thursday.