Ukraine war on ticker: DAX rises — Asian stock markets finally disagree — Continental with profit warning — Tesla beats expectations — Ackman sells Netflix stake — Sartorius in the spotlight | news

Thanks to the good data from the company, investors in Frankfurt will return to access on Thursday.

Of the DAX opened trading 0.09 percent higher at 14,376.05 points and then expanded it. Of the TecDAX it was 0.09 percent lighter at 3,252.05 points at the start of trading, but is now gaining significantly.

“Investors have gotten used to the current geopolitical situation and rising interest rates in the US,” said market watcher Christian Henke at broker IG.

According to Credit Suisse, investors are now turning their full attention to the reporting season that has just started. There was good news from Sartorius and Continental, as well as electric car pioneer Tesla.

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European markets posted heavy surcharges on Thursday.

Of the Euro STOXX 50 it rose 0.12 percent to 3,901.33 points when the stock market opened and then rose significantly.

The recent drop in yields in the bond markets gives investors hope. This is interpreted to mean that the so-called “inflation peak” may have been reached.

Also, the very strong development of the reporting season so far is supportive. In Europe, Nestlé, Carrefour and ABB, among others, will be in the focus of investors this Thursday. “Given the company’s strong performance, some investors see the stock as attractive value and are buying it,” says QC Partners.

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The US stock market did not find a consistent direction on Wednesday.

so opened dow jones at a profit and then extended it. Ultimately, it closed 0.72 percent higher at 35,160.99 points. On the other hand was the technological index. NASDAQ Composite turned negative after initially rising. His final score: 13,453.07 points (-1.22 percent).

The US leading index thus continued the positive trend of the previous day. After the market received the previous reporting season very differently, investors expect the company’s next figures to be positive. Here the question arises whether companies were able to pass on their increased costs to end users.

In the tech index, however, sentiment was clouded by Netflix. In the last quarter, the streaming service had to deal with a decline in the number of customers for the first time in more than ten years.

In the evening, the release of the US Federal Reserve’s economic report (“Beige Book”) was on the agenda. This shows that the US economy has recently grown at a moderate pace. Inflationary pressures remain high.

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Most markets in Asia fell on Thursday.

The main Japanese index Nikkei it finally increased by 1.23 percent to 27,553.06 points.

In mainland China, the sunken Shanghai Composite meanwhile 2.26 percent to 3,079.81 points. Of the hang seng Hong Kong fell 1.25 percent to 20,682.22 jobs.

Chinese stock markets also remained weak, with selling pressure mounting. In retail, there was talk of a dimming economic outlook. Also, there was disappointment that the central bank decided not to lower key interest rates the day before. The People’s Republic is currently battling a bad corona outbreak and is responding with strict lockdowns.

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