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DAX morning analysis on June 7th, 2021 with an easier start of the week – columns

The DAX start of the week could begin with a slight consolidation, as the last highs are close together. What…

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DAX morning analysis on June 3rd, 2021 after volatile fatigue – columns

The DAX volatility fell sharply, the market digested the new record high and the wait for the US labor market…

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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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In the morning: Bayer, CureVac, LafargeHolcim and Ryanair in focus – Nord LB column

Despite the partial lockdown, German industry surprisingly received more orders for the seventh month in a row. New business grew…

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In the morning: Moderna, BMW, VW and Tiffany in focus – Nord LB column

China’s service industry grew more slowly in December. According to a survey by Caixin / Markit, the Purchasing Managers’ Index…

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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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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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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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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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