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Daily outlook for January 7th: DAX jumps to 13,900 points. Focus on banks and oil! – columns

Wednesday, 01/06/2021 17:44 of onemarkets blog | Views: 168 Inline warrant on DAX [HypoVereinsbank/UniCredit]- Trade shares permanently for 0 euros!…

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In the morning: Focus on Grenke, TUI and Delivery Hero – Nord LB column

The German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) has lowered its growth forecast for the current year to 3.5% due to…

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Focus on climate goals – columns

Wind and sun alone are not enough to produce enough environmentally friendly electricity for everyone. According to calculations by McKinsey…

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S&P 500: 10-EMA in focus – UBS column

Review: The S&P 500 index is on a long uptrend. Since the low of 3,233 points in early November, the…

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In the morning: AXA, Airbus and Boeing in focus – Nord LB column

The growth of Chinese industry continued in December, but fell slightly compared to November. The official purchasing managers’ index for…

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DAX: Focus on the upper gap – UBS column

Review: The DAX has been moving sideways for the most part since June, but has increasingly attempted to break out…

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In the morning: Bayer, Lockheed Martin, Shell and Tele Columbus in focus – Nord LB column

The mood among German exporters brightened somewhat at the end of the Corona year. The export expectations of the industry…

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In the morning: Apple, Hornbach Holding and Vodafone in focus – Nord LB column

In view of the current second corona wave, consumer sentiment in Germany is clouding over. At -7.3 (-6.8) points, the…

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Outlook for December 22nd: DAX tilts! Focus on platinum and oil. – columns

Monday, December 21, 2020 17:52 of onemarkets blog | Views: 160 Call on DAX [HypoVereinsbank/UniCredit]- Trade shares permanently for 0…

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In the morning: Philips, Blackberry and FedEx in focus – Nord LB column

The Japanese government expects on March 31. The fiscal year ending next year will see a stronger economic slowdown than…

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