Germany: The equity markets have finished the session down this Friday; the downturn in the sectors Construction, Industry, and financial Services contributed to this decline.
With the close in Frankfurt, the DAX index was down 0.49%, while the index MDAX recorded a decrease of 0.51%, and the index TecDAX recorded a decline of 0.66%.
The best performance of the session for the DAX index is to the credit of the title Deutsche Bank AG (DE:DBKGn) increase of 2.47% is 0,173 points for a closing price of 7,175. In the second position, we find Linde PLC (DE:LINI), which is gaining 0.73 per cent or 1,300 points for a close at 180,050. Title Fresenius Medical Care AG&Co (DE:FMEG) completes the top three with an increase of 0.51% or 0,360 points for the end of the session to 71,060.
Siemens AG, Class N (DE:SIEGn), sign the worst performance of the session, losing to 2.94%, that is, by 3.10 points for a closing price of 102,44. HeidelbergCement AG (DE:HEIG) gives up 2,47%, or 1,740 points and ends at 68,800. For its part, Covestro AG (DE:1COV) loose 1,44% is 0,630 points for a closing price of 43,220.
The best performance index MDAX return to Zalando SE (DE:ZALG), which won 6,19% for a course of 40.51, Leoni AG (DE:LEOGn) increased 3.33% to 13,960 and Morphosys AG O. N. (FROM:MORG) which gains of 2.79% for a closing price at 90,2500.
The values of the less powerful are Knorr-Bremse AG (DE:KBX) was down 4.30% to 92,25 in closing, Kion Group AG’s (DE:KGX) which lost 3.52 per cent to 54,26 and Dialog Semiconductor (IN:legislative decree), down 2.95% to 36,250 in close.
The best performance index TecDAX return to Morphosys (FROM:MORG), which gained 2.79% in for a course of 90,250, Medigene (DE:MDG1k) increased 1.16% to 7,420, and Nordex SE (DE:NDXG) which gains of 0.97% for a closing price at 14,640.
The values of the least-performing Dialog Semiconductor (IN:legislative decree) down 2.95% to 36,2500 in closing, Jenoptik AG (DE:JENGn) who loses 2,92% to 26,600 and Siltronic AG (DE:WAFGn), down 2.67 per cent to 61,960 in close.
The titles in the drop exceeded the number of titles on the rise on the Frankfurt stock Exchange by 410 values of 251 and 93 stable.
The DAX New Volatility index, which measures the implied volatility of options on the DAX index, rose 5.10% up to 13.39.
On the other hand, the gold for delivery in August lost 1.42 percent or 20.15 percent points, to $1,400,75 a troy ounce. Regarding other raw materials, crude oil for delivery in August rose by 0.17 per cent or 0.10 points for a $57,44 the barrel, while the Brent for delivery in September gained 1,69% 1.07 points for a $64,37 the barrel.
The pair EUR/USD recorded a decrease of 0.56% to 1,1221, while the pair EUR/GBP fell 0.03% to 0,8965.