(In the stock section on Asia, the reference to Hong Kong was removed as there was no trading there due to a storm.)



GERMANY: – STABLE – After the shaky Tuesday, the Dax stands out Little exercise at first in the middle of the week. The broker IG valued the German leading index around two hours before the start of trading 0.1 percent higher to 15,167 points. The day before, it had again almost slipped to the 15,000 point mark in early trading and had thus also subjected the 200-day line to another test. In this important support area, however, buyers quickly found themselves again, preventing the chart image from becoming clearer. There is good news from China’s economy: the boom in Chinese exports is continuing. In September exports from the second largest economy rose significantly. The increase was even higher than in the previous month. The US reporting season starts at noon with the results of the JPMorgan bank Drive on.

USA: – MODERATE LOSSES – The US stock exchanges increased the losses they suffered at the beginning of the week on Tuesday. Just before the start of corporate reporting season, investors shied away from risk. In the coming days, major banks in particular will present fresh quarterly figures. The leading index Dow Jones Industrial After a mixed start, it finally fell by 0.34 percent to 34,378.34 points. The S&P 500
fell by 0.24 percent to 4350.65 points. For the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 it went down 0.35 percent to 14,662.11 points. In general, investors are currently torn between the prospect of rising corporate earnings in the wake of the macroeconomic recovery on the one hand and inflation concerns on the other. The focus is currently particularly on oil prices, which are still trading at over US $ 80 per barrel and thus close to multi-year highs. However, their recent strong increase has recently weakened again somewhat.

ASIA: – INCONSISTENT – Investors on the Asian stock exchanges held back on Wednesday. Fears of inflation continue to shape sentiment. Good export data from China only partially offset this. The Japanese leading index Nikkei-225

fell 0.3 percent. The CSI-300 index , which includes the 300 most important companies from mainland China, increased.

DAX 15146,87 -0,34%

XDAX 15143,58 0,09%

EuroSTOXX 50 4055,09 -0,43%

Stoxx50 3535,37 -0,38%

DJIA 34378,34 -0,34%

S&P 500 4350,65 -0,24%

NASDAQ 100 14662,11 -0,35%



Bund-Future 168,37 -0,01%


Euro/USD 1,1550 0,18%

USD/Yen 113,52 -0,08%

Euro/Yen 131,11 0,10%


Brent 83,33 -0,09 USD

WTI 80.54 -0.10 USD

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