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World Deadline for the discharge law: stockbrokers let Dow Jones start in positive territory

18:02  20 october  2020
18:02  20 october  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

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Slight profits can be seen on Wall Street.

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The Dow Jones starts 0.18 percent higher at 28,245.85 meters on Tuesday.

The main focus is on the "deadline" for negotiations between Republicans and Democrats on a new US economic stimulus package. An agreement must be reached by Tuesday evening in order to work out a discharge law that can be passed before the election, according to the trade. However, hopes for a common solution are now quite low. However, should a new stimulus package actually occur, it could cause the stock market to rally, according to one observer.

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In addition, the rapidly increasing number of new global infections is being looked at with concern. Lockdowns are being reintroduced in more and more countries and regions, which is likely to have a negative impact on the expected rapid economic recovery. "The headlines keep getting worse, but our base scenario is still that there will not be another full lockdown," said Fahad Kamal, chief investment officer at Kleinwort Hambros. "There is still a big difference between local, targeted lockdowns and the lockdowns we had in March and April," adds the participant.

Fresh economic data

In terms of economic data, only the construction starts and permits for September were published. Construction starts rose less than expected, but building permits climbed more significantly than forecast. Finanzen.net / Dow Jones Newswires

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