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Every major crisis causes stock favorites to change – JP Morgan AM Column

According to the experts at JP Morgan Asset Management, major crises not only cause volatility in the stock markets, but…

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EUR / USD: Trend channel wobbles – UBS column

Review: The EUR / USD currency pair has been moving in an upward trend for months and in a rising…

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BioNTech, CureVac, Moderna: mRNA technology – potential to revolutionize medicine – Commerzbank column

The new “mRNA vaccines” are not only considered a major milestone in the fight against the corona pandemic – the…

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Column: Stock market madness from Plug Power to Tui

The Tui share has soaredimago images / Aviation-Stock If the primary job of a stock exchange service is to alert…

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US Retail Sales: Persistent Weakness to Close 2020 – Nord LB Column

In the United States, current (and preliminary) figures on the development of retail sales were published a few minutes ago.…

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The US consumption engine was switched off in the fourth quarter of 2020 – VP Bank column

In the US, retail sales fell 0.7% in December compared to the previous month. The decline was not expected. The…

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Outlook: ECB confirms monetary policy course and drives on sight – DWS column

While a reduction in bond purchases in the USA (“tapering”) has been discussed on the capital markets since the beginning…

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German economy shrinks by 5% in 2020 – VP Bank column

According to an initial calculation by the Federal Statistical Office, Germany’s gross domestic product (GDP) slumped by 5% last year.…

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In the morning: VW, Just Eat Takeaway and Ford in focus – Nord LB column

In December, car sales in China climbed 6.4% compared to the same period in the previous year to 2.83 million…

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Halver’s column: Will interest rates become the natural enemy of stocks again? – columns

The main drivers of the global equity rally since 2009 are a torrential money supply and gagged interest rates. The…

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