Auto Shows: after "Sell Everything Day": Dax with a minus start on Frankfurt Stock Exchange

-based optimism on Frankfurt Stock Exchange: Dax grapes on 13,500 mark

-based optimism on Frankfurt Stock Exchange: Dax grapes on 13,500 mark on the German stock market are easy plus signs on Tuesday. © provided by yasuyoshi chiba/afp/getty images The DAX opened Tuesday trading by 0.36 percent higher at 13,450.39 points and then moved slightly higher. The leading index currently gains 0.53 percent to 13,473.07 units. of its youngest deep since July, the stock market barometer had recently recovered by over 6 percent. Especially in the past two trading sessions, the DAX dynamically climbed back over the 50-day line.

The shock after the US inflation data from the previous day also has the DAX under control on Wednesday.

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with the DAX we went to the Handelseröffnunbg on Wednesday by 0.44 percent 13,131.34 points south.

the day before, the German leading index was still at 13,564 points to its 100-day line before the high US inflation caught the investors cold.

inflation worries press the

US dollar and the capital market interest in the United States according to the disappointing inflation data , which suggests that investors expect further significant interest rate by the US Federal Reserve, in parallel to the deep red stock markets. . The core inflation that is so important for the course of the Fed, which leaves the volatile energy and food prices out, was surprisingly 0.6 percent above the previous month and 6.3 percent above the same period in August.

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Commerzbank was then spoke of a "Sell Everything Day" - a day when investors completely shy away from risks and sell through the bank with a view to the stock market.

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pilot strike ensures doldrums of Lufthansa hubs .
The pilots of Lufthansa stepped into a full-day strike on Friday. As a spokesman for the Union Association Cockpit said on Friday morning, the strike started as planned. Lufthansa had already deleted almost the complete program on the turnstile Munich and Frankfurt on Thursday. Around 130,000 passengers of more than 800 flights are affected, which fail at the Frankfurt and Munich hub.

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