Robust data give Dax a small plus

Frankfurt / Main (dpa) – The Dax got a little fresh momentum on Friday after a previously rather meager week on the stock market. Quite robust sentiment data from German industry and positive signals from the hard-hit Chinese real estate group Evergrande gave a little boost.

The German benchmark index even had the 50 – day line for the medium-term trend recaptured and closed 0, 46 percent up at 15. 542, 98 points. On a weekly basis, the stock market barometer has a minus of 0, 28 percent. The MDax of the medium-sized values ​​moved up on Friday by 0, 28 percent to 34. 824, 99 points before.

Among the individual stocks from the Dax, some stocks from the auto industry were back in the fast lane after the recent losses. BMW gained 1.7 percent and Volkswagen (VW) 2.2 percent. As a result, the shares of the Porsche holding company rose by 1.4 percent.

At the auto supplier and tire manufacturer Continental, the prospects have meanwhile once again clouded over, as expected, with the lack of parts in the auto industry. Accordingly, the investors remained calm at the end: The shares closed in line with the market by 0.5 percent. At the top of the MDax, the shares of Auto1 climbed 2.8 percent after a buy recommendation.

The Eurozone leading index EuroStoxx 50 increased by 0, 80 percent to 4188, 81 Points. In Paris, the Cac 40 rose similarly, while the British FTSE 100 closed only moderately in plus. In the USA, the Wall Street Index Dow Jones Industrial was practically unchanged at the close of European trading.

The euro fell: The European Central Bank set the reference rate at 1. 1630 (Thursday: 1, 1637) US dollars fixed. The dollar cost 0, 8599 (0, 8593) euros. On the bond market, the current yield rose from minus 0. 19 percent to minus 0. 19 percent. The Rex bond index fell by 0, 36 percent to 143, 46 Points. The Bund future gained 0, 26 percent to 168,37 Points.

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