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Money BÖRSEN-TICKER foreigners sell Japanese shares for the 14th consecutive week

11:00  21 may  2020
11:00  21 may  2020 Source:   stern.de

BÖRSEN-TICKER-Thyssenkrupp still in demand - search for partners

 BÖRSEN-TICKER-Thyssenkrupp still in demand - search for partners Frankfurt, May 19 (Reuters) - The stock market ticker on important price movements on the international financial markets and their causes follows: 07.55 a.m. - The announced conversion at Thyssenkrupp is contributing the troubled industrial group for tailwind. The company's shares at Lang & Schwarz rose 1.2 percent after trading 12.5 percent the day before. The conversion from a "tanker to a speedboat" may come just in time to turn the tide at Thyssenkrupp, said a dealer.

Foreigners were net sellers of Japanese stocks for the second consecutive week that ended on Dec. At the end of last week , net foreign outflows from Japanese equities for this quarter swelled to 5.84 trillion yen, compared with net inflows of 970.9 billion yen in the whole of June-September quarter.

(Reuters) - Foreign investors sold Japanese stocks for the third consecutive week as increasing trade friction between the United States and China hit After imposing tariffs on billion of Chinese exports to the United States last week , the Trump administration threatened 10 percent tariffs on 0

Frankfurt, May 21 (Reuters) - The stock market ticker on important price movements on the international financial markets and their causes follows: 8:28 a.m. - Foreign investors sell the 14th Week in a row Japanese stocks - the longest period with cash outflows so far. Last week, they parted with holdings of 404.9 billion yen. 7:31 am - The following shares are traded at a dividend discount: German companies Closing price Dividend figures in euros SAP 110.20 1.58 Telefonica 2.80 0.17 Germany Uniper 26.04 1.15 United 36.40 0.50 Internet Pfeiffer Vacuum 162.80 1.25 Technology (Compiled by the Reuters market team. If you have any questions, please contact the editorial team on 069 - 7565 1236 or 030 - 2888 5168.)

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