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Germany’s Dax index rose to a record intraday high on Friday as growing investor confidence in corporate earnings made it Europe’s second-best-performing main equity market this year. The index, a measure of Germany’s 40 biggest listed companies, added 0.9 per cent to more than 16,320, surpassing its previous high of 16,290 set in November 2021. Shares in Adidas and Siemens are up almost a quarter this year as investors have warmed to stronger than expected corporate earnings, enabling the market to shrug off concerns that Europe’s largest economy is on the cusp of recession.
US stocks reversed early morning losses and climbed to end higher on Wednesday after a hotter-than-expected retail sales report suggested to investors that interest rates might stay higher for longer. The DJIA rose 38.78 points or 0.11%, to 34,128.05.The S&P 500 rose 11.47 points or 0.28%, to 4,147.60.The Nasdaq Composite rose 110.45 points or 0.92%, to 12,070.59.Stocks rose in the three major European markets.The FTSE 100 rose 43.98 points or 0.55%, to 7,997.83. The German DAX rose 125.78 point
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【彭博】-- 德國股市基準指數周一收盤從9月低點以來錄得的累計漲幅略低於20%，未能正式確認進入牛市。中國放鬆防疫限制、中美關係回暖助長樂觀的市場情緒，德國DAX指數周一一度上漲1.5%。然而，收盤前漲幅回吐，最終上漲0.6%。該指數距離成為歐洲首個重回牛市的主要基準指數僅一步之遙，僅相差0.4個百分點。「金融市場上周釋放切實利好後，我們可以看到各個資產類別的模式都發生了改變，DAX指數也在快速切換，」Comdirect Bank策略師Andreas Lipkow表示。自9月低點以來，對指數做出最大貢獻的包括軟件公司SAP SE、西門子、工業氣體公司Linde Plc、安聯和空中巴士。原文標題Germany’s DAX Index Closes Just Shy of Bull Market Territory (1)More stories like this are available on bloomberg.com©2022 Bloomberg L.P.
(Reuters) -European shares fell on Wednesday, as fears about a global recession deepened after chiefs of the European Central Bank and U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman stuck to their hawkish stance. The era of ultra low inflation that preceded the pandemic was unlikely to return and central banks needed to adjust to significantly higher price growth expectations, ECB President Christine Lagarde said. Fed Chair Jerome Powell, meanwhile, said that while there was risk of recession, the bigger risk is rising prices.
(Reuters) -European shares hit more than one-year lows on Thursday as slowing euro zone business activity heightened growth worries, while German shares dropped 1.8% after the country triggered the "alarm stage" of its emergency gas plan. The continent-wide STOXX 600 index dropped 0.8%, with euro zone banks shedding 4.5%. Euro zone bond yields also slid as did the euro.
(Reuters) -European stocks bounced off session lows on Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the U.S. central bank is "strongly committed" to bringing down inflation. Wall Street erased losses to turn positive after the remarks at a hearing before the U.S. Senate Banking Committee, while the pan-European STOXX 600 closed down 0.7%, after having fallen 1.8% to its lowest since January 2021. Equity markets took a beating last week as recession fears heightened after the Fed raised its key interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point, and signalled more.