© Reuters. Germany is higher at the close of trading; DAX up 0.25%
Investing.com – Germany stocks were higher after the close on Wednesday as gains across sectors and sectors led stocks to higher.
At the close of trading in Frankfurt, the value rose 0.25%, while the index rose 0.47% and the index rose 0.74%.
The best performers in the session were Bayer AG NA (DE :), which rose 4.16% or 2.10 points to close at 52.59. Vonovia SE (DE 🙂 gained 2.31% or 1.30 points and ended at 57.50. Deutsche Wohnen AG (DE 🙂 gained 2.25% or 0.920 points to 41.810 in late trading.
The worst performers at the session were Delivery Hero AG (DE :), which fell 3.43% or 4.60 points to close at 129.35. Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (DE 🙂 lost 1.21% or 0.845 points and ended at 69.085 and Daimler AG NA O.N. (DE 🙂 fell 1.16% or 0.675 points to 57.280.
The top performers in the MDAX were Siemens Energy AG (DE 🙂 with an increase of 4.08% to 33.67, Tag Immobilien AG (DE 🙂 with an increase of 3.19% to 25,220 and Grand City Properties SA (DE :), which gained 2.96% and closed at 20.86.
The worst results were achieved by Prosiebensat 1 Media AG (DE :), which fell by 6.12% to 13,2700 in late trading, while Thyssenkrupp AG O.N. (DE 🙂 which lost 2.98% to settle at 9.223 and CTS Eventim AG (DE :), which fell 2.50% to 52,600 at the close of trading.
The top performers in the TecDAX were Pfeiffer vacuum Technology O.N. (DE :), which rose 4.46% to 189.70, Eckert & Ziegler AG ON. (DE 🙂 with an increase of 2.78% at 47,380 and LPKF Laser & Electronics (DE 🙂 with an increase of 2.16% at 28,400.
The worst performers were United Internet AG NA (DE :), which fell 1.37% in late trading to 35,950, Cancom SE O.N. (DE 🙂 which lost 1.07% to settle at 44,300 and software AG (DE :), which fell 1.00% to 32.680 at the close of trading.
Rising stocks outperformed falling stocks on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by 353 to 323 and 27 ended unchanged.
The shares of Siemens Energy AG (DE 🙂 rose to an all-time high; Gain of 4.08% or 1.32 to 33.67. Shares in Pfeiffer Vacuum Technology O.N. (DE 🙂 rose to all-time highs; Gain of 4.46% or 8.10 to 189.70.
The value that measures the implied volatility of DAX options fell 3.26% to 23.15.
Gold futures for February delivery rose 0.77%, or 14.15, to $ 1,858.35 a troy ounce. Elsewhere in commodities trading, crude oil for delivery fell 0.21% or 0.11 to $ 53.10 a barrel in February, while the Brent oil contract fell 0.57% or $ 0.32 a barrel in March to hit 56 . $ 26 a barrel was trading.
EUR / USD fell 0.40% to 1.2159 while EUR / GBP fell 0.09% to 0.8922.
The US dollar index futures rose 0.30% to 90.330.
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