Dax opened in the negative: fear of the second Corona-the shaft pushes the stock exchanges

The German benchmark index, launched on Monday with a strong decrease of 2.7 percent on 11.642 points in the trade. The mood was already in the last week, turne

Dax opened in the negative: fear of the second Corona-the shaft pushes the stock exchanges

The German benchmark index, launched on Monday with a strong decrease of 2.7 percent on 11.642 points in the trade. The mood was already in the last week, turned Negative, because the American Central Bank, the Fed gave a gloomy Outlook on the economy.

Now, the fear of a new Corona-outbreaks, the stock markets down further. As China's capital, Beijing, is struggling with a new outbreak and also the Japanese capital, Tokyo, new cases are reported.

The M-Dax index of German medium-sized stocks lost on Monday morning 2.3 percent to 24.883 points and fell

again under the mark of 25,000 meters. The Euro zone benchmark index, the
the Euro Stoxx 50 index lost 2.3 percent.

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The fear of a second wave of Infection has led to the beginning of the week, the stock markets in Asia Occurs. For uncertainty, dozens were new Coronavirus cases in Beijing, all of which are associated with a food wholesale market in connection. Also, the increase in the case in the United States, investors are worried the numbers.

the Nikkei of 3.5 percent Minus

The American CDC had reported more than 25,000 new infections. On the buying mood also conveyed that China's industry increased after the Corona-restrictions on production in may, weaker than expected.

In Tokyo after the Nikkei Index, 3.5 percent to 21.531 points. The broader Topix Index dropped 2.5 percent. The stock market in Shanghai, traded 0.6 per cent weaker. The Index of the most important companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen, lost 0.8 percent. In Hong Kong the Hang Seng was 2.2 percent lower. In South Korea it was even just five percent down.

Updated Date: 15 June 2020, 05:20

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