Dax in the Minus: investors back to the crisis mode

The international stock markets have lost on Tuesday, because of the fear of investors of the Corona is returned to the crisis and geopolitical tensions. The Ge

Dax in the Minus: investors back to the crisis mode

The international stock markets have lost on Tuesday, because of the fear of investors of the Corona is returned to the crisis and geopolitical tensions. The German stock index Dax initially had to submit a positive Start to the week, but then the pessimists gained the upper hand. Until Tuesday afternoon, Dax was Minus 1.4 per cent to approximately 12.615 points to beech. The wide scope of the F. A. Z.-Index also fell nearly 1.4 percent on 2218 points. The M-Dax index of medium-sized values decreased with a decrease of nearly 1.5 percent to 26.580 counter. The pan-European Euro Stoxx 50 lost as much as 1.6 percent to 3295 points.

Mark Fehr

editor in the economy.

F. A. Z.

trigger for the mood change, the development was on Wall Street, where investors have the richest American state of California were due to the closure of Bars, museums or theaters in the population on Monday evening in cover gone. The American indices lost in early trading on Tuesday – the S&P 500 by 0.3 percent and the Nasdaq 1.3 percent.

in addition To the Concerns of the investors again, the long-smoldering tensions between America and China, also. It is now more than just tariffs and sanctions against companies, which showed that Washington claims to territory of the people's Republic in the South China sea meadow officially back. That made the stock market seem to be afraid of the conflict between heavily armed superpowers could escalate to a military confrontation. "This demonstrates the will of Washington, not to fight against China on various fronts," said Neil Wilson, chief Analyst for the Online Brokers Markets.com.

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In Asia, the major stock market indexes showed on Tuesday also losses. In Japan, the Nikkei fell more than 1 percent on 22.566 points. The Hong Kong Hang Seng and the CSI 300 on the Shanghai stock exchange lost more than 1 percent. The Chinese exchanges had been celebrated to an incomparable Hype.

Return the facts

Shortly beforehand, the strong optimism had on the international stock exchanges for astonishment for observers. "It is becoming more and more of the opinion that the courses are run too far," said Portfolio Manager Thomas Altmann from the financial Advisor QC partner. Also, according to the Economist Thomas Gitzel, it seems to be over with the euphoria. "Now, back to the facts," said Gitzell, economist of the Liechtenstein VP Bank, on the occasion of the on Tuesday by the Mannheim-based economic research Institute ZEW will publish monthly sentiment barometer. The ZEW-Index attempts to measure the economic mood of the financial market actors. In June, the optimism of the traders receive a shock, whereas it had previously been three increases in a row. A gradual increase in the gross domestic product by the ZEW survey, only in the second half of the year and the beginning of 2021 to be expected.

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at the end of Verga gner week investors helped the share price of electric car pioneer Tesla to new heights, so that the company has become the most valuable car manufacturers in the stock market before Toyota. Also, the already highly-rated American Tech companies like Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, or Google experienced a stock market hype. The shares are now suffering, especially among the profit-taking on Wall Street. The German Tech-values in the Dax felt. The manufacturer of business software, SAP lost on Tuesday to 3.7 percent and computer chip specialist Infineon recorded even a decline in the share Price more than 4 percent. Both stocks led the afternoon the losers list for the Dax.

Updated Date: 14 July 2020, 14:20

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