The Nasdaq 100 lost 1.36 percent to 9956.65 points

The Nasdaq 100 lost 1.36 percent to 9956.65 points

Grubhub shares jumped nearly five percent, while Uber’s stocks plummeted nearly eleven percent.

The share certificates of the second largest US automaker, Ford, collapsed by around ten percent. In America, he calls numerous vehicles back to the workshops because of possible defects in the door lock.

The euro suffered from the strong US dollar and was last traded at 1.1293 US dollars. The dollar is regarded as a global reserve currency, which is often in increasing demand in uncertain times. The European Central Bank had previously set the reference rate at 1.1348 (Wednesday: 1.1375) dollars. The dollar cost 0.8812 (0.8791) euros. In the US bond market, trend-setting ten-year government bonds benefited from their safe-haven status, rising 18/32 points to 99 19/32 points. They yielded 0.666 percent./la/he— Von Lutz Alexander, dpa-AFX —

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – After a brilliant recovery rally and a hard setback, the German stock market is facing bumpy trading days in the new week. With the return almost back to the mark of 13,000 points, some investors in the Dax had recently been looking at the record high of February at 13,795 points. Cautious signals from the US Federal Reserve then acted as a sudden brake on euphoria and the Dax dropped below the 12,000 mark. From the point of view of many market observers, this slowdown was long overdue. But now the question arises as to whether this is a new trend or a temporary setback. This certainly also depends on the great decline on the futures exchanges, which is due at the end of the week.

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Market analysts are increasingly based their answer on the progress of the corona pandemic and whether it remains under control. New corona outbreaks in some US states had recently sparked fears of a second wave of pandemics. In addition, fears of another major coronavirus outbreak are growing in China after many infections were discovered at a wholesale market in the Chinese capital Beijing.

In the days before, US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell had also promised a very uncertain path for the economy. This did not match the hopes of shareholders for a rapid economic recovery. On Wall Street there was a panic U-turn last week, which also dragged the German market down.

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The keyword of the reality check is currently making the rounds after the prices had run far ahead of the real economy in their upward trend in recent weeks. For example, the Dax had moved up by a good 56 percent from its Corona low in mid-March at 8255 points to its preliminary high last Monday at 12,913 points.

The investors had relied on a steep, V-shaped recovery from the severe Corona recession, and thus assumed the optimal case. Berenberg chief economist Holger Schmieding points out that the majority of the latest economic data from the industrialized countries actually point to an upturn in May after the low point in the previous month. However, investors would have to be prepared for the fact that, after the gradual easing, consumer spending and corporate investments are likely to lag behind supply for a while.

Nevertheless, according to the assessment of the market observer Andreas Büchler from Index-Radar, the recent losses in the Dax are not yet an absolute negative signal. At the latest at the mark around 10 700/800 points should the current consolidation in one "healthy" Upward trend" will stop again, believes the chart expert. Actually, a solid catchment point is already waiting at 11,200 points.

The agenda for the coming week is well stocked, but with the meetings of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Fed, as well as the US labor market report, the most important stimuli are already behind the stock exchange traders. Economic indicators such as the ZEW index on Tuesday and US indicators such as the Philly Fed on Thursday are expected to continue.

The Bank of Japan will also make its interest rate decision on Tuesday, and the British central bank will follow two days later. Chief investment strategist Chris Oliver-Schickentanz from Commerzbank expects that the British monetary authorities will also raise the upper limit for their bond purchases by a further £ 100 billion. In addition, the summit begins, at which the EU heads of state and government will for the first time discuss the joint € 750 billion Corona rescue fund.

On the company side, the payment processor Wirecard finally wants to present detailed annual figures for 2019 on Thursday. The payment service provider, who was under pressure due to alleged balance sheet manipulation, had postponed the publication several times because the auditor EY could not complete all audit procedures. /Tav/ag/ajx/mis— By Tanja Vedder, dpa-AFX —

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – The Dax struggled in vain on Friday to recapture the psychologically important mark of 12,000 points. The leading German index closed with a minus of 0.18 percent at 11,949.28 points. On a weekly basis, there is a loss of almost seven percent, the first setback since mid-May.

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The resurgent Wall Street had initially given the German market some tailwind in late trading, but then profits there also crumbled a little. "Investor behavior continues to be characterized by caution and restraint. Nobody wants to lean too far out of the window before the weekend and take greater risks", stated market observer Timo Emden from Emden Research.

The MDax of the medium-sized German stock market values ​​lost 0.15 percent on Friday to 25,477.06 points.

At the beginning of the week, the recovery rally had brought the Dax to close contact with the round mark of 13,000 points, but then the market had swung to the correction course that observers had long expected. On Thursday, pessimistic statements by the US Federal Reserve on economic development and concerns about a second corona wave pulled the stock exchanges down significantly worldwide.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – After the sharp slide of the Dax back below 12,000 points, the downward trend is likely to continue at a slower pace on Friday: Broker IG estimates the German leading index a good two hours before the Xetra start around 0.3 percent lower to 11,940 points.

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Wall Street caught profit-taking after the previous recovery rally with nearly 7 percent in the Dow Jones Industrial and nearly 6 percent in the broad S&P 500 the night before even harder than the Dax in holiday trading. The Nasdaq also ended its record hunt on its own and fell back massively.

CMC Markets’ market strategist Michael McCarthy compared the sharp slowdown to the pace of the previous build-up of euphoria and spoke of one "U-turn after a V-shaped recovery". After the cautious tenor of the US Federal Reserve and the increasing number of corona cases in the USA, investors fled back on the defensive. The fear of a second corona wave has ruined the mood of investors, it said at Credit Suisse.

There was recently a brilliant recovery rally on the stock exchanges: By Monday, the Dax had risen by up to almost 19 percent to 12,913 points in just eleven days without a major stop. It had thus approached its record high from February of 13,795 points to less than 7 percent.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – The gloomy economic forecasts of the US central bank scared investors on the German stock market on Thursday. After a two-week rally, investors were now shying away from risk again, wrote market observer Edward Moya from broker Oanda. The Dax continued its correction mode for the third day in a row and slipped even further below the 12,000 point mark shortly before the final gong. He left the trade at a discount of 4.47 percent at 11,970.29 points.

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Because of the Corpus Christi holiday, which is celebrated in some federal states, trade was smooth, although profit-taking and weak demand may have led to higher price fluctuations. Additional selling pressure came in the course of the US stock exchanges, where the gloomy Fed statements on the economy and concerns about a second corona wave also resulted in high price losses.

The MDax of the medium-sized German stock market stocks closed with a minus of 3.33 percent to 25,514.79 points.

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – After the steep slide the previous day back below 12,000 points, the Dax fell further on Friday. At the beginning of the week, the leading index had the round mark of 13,000 points in mind, but is now more than 1,000 points lower. Shortly after the opening of Xetra trading on Friday, it lost 1.03 percent to 11,846.92 points. From a weekly perspective, this shows a minus of 7.8 percent. The Dax was back in reality, it was said on the market.

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In its daily outlook, Helaba spoke of a setback with advance warning. The impression arises as if the discrepancy between the real economic data and the recent enormous upswing in the DAX is decreasing.

The price slump was triggered by a gloomy economic forecast by the US Federal Reserve in the middle of the week. In addition, there is the fear of a second corona wave.

The MDax of the medium-sized German stock market values ​​lost 1.22 percent on Friday morning to 25 202.37 points. The leading Eurozone index EuroStoxx 50 was 0.9 percent lower.

NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – The gloomy outlook of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) including the disappointment about the lack of further monetary policy measures pushed Wall Street significantly into the red on Thursday. Investors were also unsettled because of the new infection figures in the corona crisis. In some southern states, including Florida and Texas, new infections rose.

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The leading index Dow Jones Industrial expanded its recent losses and dropped 3.12 percent to 26,148.97 points. For the market-wide S&P 500 was down 2.57 percent to 3108.14 points.

The technology-heavy Nasdaq stock exchanges, which had recently rushed from record to record, also went back into reverse. The Nasdaq 100 lost 1.36 percent to 9956.65 points.

NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – Wall Street has recovered a little from the panic slide the day before. The most important stock indices closed on Friday after a nervous trading process, some clearly in the plus. Ultimately, encouraging economic data provided confidence: The consumer confidence surveyed by the University of Michigan rose faster than expected in June.

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The US leading index Dow Jones Industrial rose 1.90 percent to 25,605.54 points, but recorded a weekly loss of 5.55 percent. Because on Thursday the stock market barometer collapsed by almost 7 percent. A gloomy economic assessment by the US Federal Reserve and the fear of a second corona wave had driven investors to flee.

For the market-wide S&P 500 went up 1.31 percent on Friday to 3041.31 points. The technology-heavy Nasdaq 100 gained 0.79 percent to 9663.78 points.

NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – On Wall Street, the interim recovery from the panic slide the day before has fizzled out. Most of the most important stock indices even slipped into the red. In early trading on Friday, statements by an economist and advisor to US President Donald Trump caused a buying mood. Kevin Hassett had said the day before that July would be a "good time" for a new US aid package for the economy. However, this assessment did not make a lasting impression on investors.

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The leading index Dow Jones Industrial recently only increased by 0.13 percent to 25,161.33 points and is heading towards a weekly loss of more than 7 percent. On Thursday the stock market barometer fell by almost 7 percent. A gloomy economic assessment by the US Federal Reserve and the fear of a second corona wave had driven investors to flee.

For the market-wide S&P 500 was down 0.25 percent on Friday to 2994.60 points. The technology-heavy Nasdaq 100 lost 0.63 percent to 9527.88 points.