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DAX unchanged in the end – Wall Street catches losses – Tesla beats analyst expectations – DIC Asset expects lower profits – Focus on BVB, Boeing, Fresenius, Rheinmetall, AIXTRON

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The leading German index was undecided on Wednesday.

the Dax The trading day started marginally higher. It then hovers around the zero line before sliding into the red. Sometimes it also fell below the psychologically important mark of 15,000 points. However, during the afternoon, it managed to limit its losses and ended up down just 0.08 percent at 15,081.64 points at the end of the day. the techdax It hardly changed at the beginning of trading. But as the year progressed, it fell deeper into the red. In the end, it fell 0.52 percent to 3,155.39 points.

The publication of the IFO Business Climate Index for Germany provided a bit of a negative impetus. Although the business climate brightened as expected, the sub-index for assessing the situation suddenly fell. As Joerg Kramer, chief economist at Commerzbank, told dpa, the business climate for IFO is still at the same level as regular recessions in the past. “A mild recession remains the most likely scenario,” says Kramer.

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Investors in Europe were cautious on Wednesday.

the Euro Stoxx 50 It traded near the previous day’s close at the beginning of trading before heading lower. However, it managed to contain its losses again throughout the day and finally ended the session up 0.12 percent at 4,148.11 points.

Business on European stock exchanges was also somewhat subdued in the middle of the week. According to Dow Jones Newswires, market participants are increasingly focusing on the reporting season and numbers for individual companies. According to the dpa-AFX analyst, the course of the company’s reporting season has not yet been enough to convince investors to buy larger shares.

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Wall Street started with big losses, which were compensated by the end of the trade.

the Dow Jones It opened the session lower and then remained initially in the red. However, the mood improved in the last few hours of trading, as the US traditional index finally closed up 0.03 percent, at 33,743.84 points. the NASDAQ Composite I also started lower. However, in the course of further trading, investors were a little more confident again, with the technology index making up for a large portion of the losses incurred in the meantime. At the close of trading, losses amounted to only 0.18 percent (closing value: 11313.36 points).

US stock exchanges initially featured renewed profit-taking on Wednesday, but many investors used lower bids during trading to get started. In some cases, indices have been able to fully recoup their losses with closing dings.

The mood is currently being weighed down by a rather meager reporting season. With Microsoft, another company has joined the ranks of somewhat moderate annual reports. Market participants were particularly critical of the dovish outlook. As a result, fears about a recession have once again become the focus of investors. Even Boeing couldn’t convince with its numbers. Tesla’s after-hours numbers were received slightly positively by investors in an initial reaction.

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Most Asian stock exchanges were still on holiday in the middle of the week.

However, trading took place in Tokyo on Wednesday. This is where the leading Japanese indicator lies Nikki by 0.35 percent to 27,395.01 points by the time the closing bell rang.

In China, on the other hand, stock exchanges remained closed. in mainland china, Shanghai boat It rose 0.76 percent to 3,264.81 points by the end of Friday’s session. He had it in Hong Kong Hang Seng A significant increase of 1.82 percent to 22,044.65 points before the end of the week.

Lunar New Year celebrations continued in Shanghai and Hong Kong, which is why the stock markets there were lethargic. In mainland China there is no trading all week, in Hong Kong business resumes on Thursday.

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