Entertainment DAX marks new record high
DAX closes after record high in the plus - 15,000 points brand is in reach
The German Leading Index Dax is on Monday the jump on a new all-time high successful. © Provided by finanzen.net Andrew Burton / Getty Images The DAX has already been added to the trading start up to 14,809.80 points and exceeded its all-time high of March 18th. In the further course, the German Leading Index rose even further. The highest course was 14,845.42 meters. Ultimately, a profit from 0.47 percent was 14,817.72 points on the DAX chalkboard.
at the beginning of the new trading week, the record run on the German stock market continues.
Therose with a plus of 0.20 percent at 15,496.87 points in the trade, which is enough for a new record high. It creates the stock market barometer for the first time at 15.501.84 points over the 15.500-he brand. It was not until Friday the German Leading Index marked a new record at 15,473.83 points. Currently, the DAX is 0.06 percent to 15,469.62 upwards.
investors are fully focused on the opportunities for the economy at a time after the Corona Pandemic - hoping for successful vaccination campaigns coupled with the measures of governments and central banks. Worldwide, the stock exchanges with ever new records in the US. Even in Asia, the stock exchanges for the weekly rattens mostly developed solid with the exception of India, where high infection numbers pressed the courses."Refund rather the normal case"
According to the market expert Thomas Altmann from the asset manager QC Partners, at the German stock market, after the imposing record hunt, a setback rather the normal case would now be a surprise. For this purpose, the seasonal effect, he wrote and reminded of the balance "Sell in May and Go Away". Accordingly, May May be a good month to take profits before the summer months. REDACTION FINANCEN.net / DPA-AFX
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