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Offbeat Thursday on the stock exchange: 10 important facts

10:31  30 july  2020
10:31  30 july  2020 Source:   finanzen.net

Tuesday on the stock exchange: 10 important facts

 Tuesday on the stock exchange: 10 important facts

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The stock market , centered at the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street in New York City, was the scene of reckless speculation, where everyone The stock market crash of 1929 – considered the worst economic event in world history – began on Thursday , October 24, 1929, with skittish investors

These 10 facts should make the markets move today.

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Keep an eye on the complete current trading day here. 1. DAX expects a friendly start to trading The DAX is likely to go into trading on one of the most turbulent days of the reporting season with a small profit. The leading German index is expected to be 0.14 percent higher at 12,840 points.

2. Asian stock markets inconsistent The stock exchanges in Japan and on the Chinese mainland hardly come off on Thursday. However, clear gains can be seen in Hong Kong. In Tokyo, the Nikkei is currently 0.15 percent lower at 22,364 jobs. On the Chinese mainland, the Shanghai Composite shows a tiny minus of 0.01 percent at 3.2984 points at the same time. In Hong Kong, investors are more in a buying mood and are sending the Hang Seng up 0.85 percent to 25,096 points.

tech numbers make Europe's investors braver

 tech numbers make Europe's investors braver © Reuters / KAI PFAFFENBACH A plastic bull figurine, symbol of the Frankfurt stock exchange is pictured in front of the share price index DAX board at the stock exchange in Frankfurt Frankfurt (Reuters) - Surprisingly strong numbers from the large US tech groups have given European investors confidence at the end of the week. Dax and EuroStoxХ- $ both gained about 0.9 percent on Friday mornings to 12,498 and 3233 points, respectively.

US stocks plummeted into a bear market Thursday after President Donald Trump used a national address on the coronavirus to announce a ban on most travel from Europe, but failed to deliver the comprehensive economic and medical response to the outbreak that investors are craving.

Stocks closed lower as tech struggled once again while traders pored over mixed economic data. Amazon closed around the flatline along with Facebook. Netflix was the outperformer among Big Tech stocks , rising 0.79% ahead of its earnings release.

3rd Volkswagen with loss of billions - dividend for 2019 significantly reduced The Volkswagen Group has felt the corona crisis in terms of sales and earnings and has slipped into the red as expected. Before taxes, there was a loss of 1.4 billion euros in the first half of the year, as the DAX Group announced on Thursday in Wolfsburg. To the news

4. Fresenius dares annual forecast for robust 2Q - FMC increases double-digit profit

Fresenius made marginally more operating profit in the second quarter in the middle of the corona pandemic and somewhat less on the bottom line. The good development at dialysis subsidiary Fresenius Medical Care limited the decline. Sales increased slightly. To the news

5. Airbus slips deep into the loss zone Airbus saw a drop in sales and earnings in the first half of the year in view of the aviation crisis. Sales fell by 39 percent to 18.9 billion euros, as the aircraft manufacturer announced. To the news

Thursday on the stock exchange: 10 important facts

 Thursday on the stock exchange: 10 important facts These 10 facts should make the markets move today. © Provided by Finanz.net GmbH Hannelore Foerster / Getty Images Keep an eye on the complete current trading day here. 1. DAX expects a friendly start to trading The DAX is likely to go into trading on one of the most turbulent days of the reporting season with a small profit. The leading German index is expected to be 0.14 percent higher at 12,840 points. 2.

Stock futures were slightly higher Wednesday evening as market participants continued to digest the Federal Reserve’s latest monetary policy statement, which was largely viewed as dovish. Stock futures kicked off the overnight session slightly higher, adding to gains during the regular session.

Stock Markets 16 minutes ago (Jul 29, 2020 04: 10 PM ET). New York (Reuters) - U.S. stocks added to gains on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve repeated a pledge to use its "full range of tools" to support the economy but cautioned that the outlook "will depend significantly on the course of the

6. HeidelbergCement with high net loss - no forecast HeidelbergCement wrote deep red numbers after massive goodwill amortization in the second quarter. The building materials manufacturer posted a deficit of 3.028 billion euros after minority interests - after a surplus of 290 million euros in the previous year. To the news

7. Samsung thanks to solid chip demand with higher quarterly profit Due to the robust demand for memory chips in the corona virus crisis and rising prices, the market leader Samsung made significantly more money in the second quarter of 2020. To the news

8. Credit Suisse continues to cut costs despite rising profits Shiny transactions in bonds and other securities have surprisingly brought the Swiss big bank Credit Suisse a leap in profit in the Corona crisis. The bottom line was a surplus of just under CHF 1.2 billion (EUR 1.1 billion), almost a quarter more than a year earlier. To the news

9. Oil prices little changed The oil prices moved little on Thursday. In early trading, they were unable to match the previous day's gains and fell slightly. In the morning, a barrel (159 liters) of North Sea Brent cost $ 43.68.

10th Euro stops high The Euro did not continue the high of the past trading days for the time being. In the morning, the common currency, the euro, was trading at $ 1.1766, a little lower than the previous evening.

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