The major shareholder Heinz Hermann Thiele has raised his stake before the crucial extraordinary General meeting to state entry to over 15 percent. On the trade gate the papers then had a 2.5 percent compared to the Xetra closing the day before.
Thiele criticized in a recent Interview with the F. A. Z., that the state aid had been as an alternative presented, and accuses the company chief Carsten Spohr, not hard enough negotiated. Thiele does not want to block the state rescue at the annual General meeting, while hopes, however, that the terms of the rescue package is still something could be. The approach could also make investors more hope.
Thiele could improve the conditions of the state participation from a shareholder's point of view may, said a trader. The share might be sufficient to block the approval of the extraordinary General meeting. So he was afraid, possibly a significant dilution of existing shareholder rights through the participation of the Federal government. On the other hand, the Alternative in the case of a non-state sounds of insolvency, the traders come to of the deal well.LUFTHANSA -- -- (--) Xetra London SE Int. Level 1TradegateStuttgartLang & black Frankfurt Switzerland OTCSchweiz OTCWienSchweizSchweiz 1T 1W 3M 1J 3J 5J For detail view
The German stock market overall has not moved in the face of new coronavirus outbreaks in Beijing, and an incident on the Chinese-Indian border from the place. The Dax remained in early trading on a "Black Zero". Also the confrontation of North Korea with South Korea is weighing on the stock exchanges: The North Korean General staff announced relocation of soldiers in the demilitarized border area.
investors in Asian stock markets after the recent price gains on Wednesday cash. In Tokyo, the 225 values comprehensive Nikkei Index lost 0.6 percent to 22.455 counter. The broader Topix Index was 0.4 percent.
Also in China, the prices declined. More Coronavirus cases in Beijing were the investors ' hopes of a rapid economic recovery to the test, traders said. "A serious second wave of cases in the main industrial countries is the greatest risk, the shares are exposed to markets," said Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy at Fund Manager AMP Capital. This should be associated with less pressure on the health systems and a lower death rate, it is unlikely that the stock exchanges are advised as under the wheels like in March. Dark mood also spread economic data from Japan. The exports in may plummeted due to the weak demand from the United States since the global financial crisis in 2009. They fell to 28.3 per cent compared to the same month last year, as the government in Tokyo announced. Economists had said a not-so-sharp decline of 26.1 percent.Updated Date: 17 June 2020, 04:20