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Germany stocks higher at close of trade; DAX up 0.81% By Investing.com


© Reuters. Germany stock prices higher after close of trade, DAX up 0.81%

Investing.com – Germany stocks were higher after the close on Friday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.

Frankfurt closed with the gain of 0.81% and the index adding 0.55%. The index also gained 0.40%.

RWE AG ST O.N. was the best performer of the session. (DE:), rose 4.52%, or 1.390 point to trade at 32.115 by the close. During this time, HelloFresh SE (DE:), 4.01%, or 3.12 points was added to reach 80.96 Delivery Hero AG In late trade, the (DE:), was up 3.1% or 4.10 to 114.60

The worst performers of the session were Henkel & Co KGaA AG Pref (DE:), which fell 1.18% or 0.93 points to trade at 77.56 at the close. Sartorius AG VZO O.N. (DE:) declined 0.75% or 4.000 points to end at 526.400 and Fresenius SE & Co KGAA O.N. (DE:), was at 40.905 with a drop of 0.66%, or 0.270 points.

Deutsche Lufthansa AG was tops on MDAX (DE) with a rise of 4.56% and 6.013. Fraport AG (DE) was 3.12% higher to settle at 63.120 Varta AG (DE:), which saw a gain of 2.60% and closed at 130.050.

These were the worst performers TeamViewer AG (DE) was trading at a loss of 3.71% and 13.77 in late-trade. Wacker Chemie O.N. O.N.

SMA Solar Technology AG, DE: was the top performer on the TecDAX. It rose 5.22% and reached 40.340. Nordex SE O.N. SE O.N. Suse SA (DE) closed at 39.23 after gaining 3.62%.

TeamViewer AG (DE) was among the worst-performing companies, falling 3.71% to 13,77 in late trading. Evotec AG O.N. O.N. Morphosys AG O.N. (DE:), which fell 1.48% at 39.270 by the end.

By 0 to 0, falling stocks outnumbered advancing stock on Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

TeamViewer AG’s shares (DE:), fell to their lowest level in 3.71%, or 0.53 to 13.77. The shares of TeamViewer AG(DE:) plunged to new lows, falling by 3.71% (0.53 to 13.77). Suse SA’s shares rose to new heights, rising by 3.62% (or 1.37 to 39.23).

The, which tracks the implied volatility for DAX options was at its lowest point 52 weeks ago, fell 4.38% to 15.93.

Dec delivery gold futures were down 1.65%, or 29.70, to $1768.20 an troy ounce. In commodities trading, Crude Oil for Delivery in December was unchanged at 0.00% to $81.73 per barrel. The December Brent oil contract increased 1.00% to $84.84 per barrel.

EUR/USD rose 0.06%, to 1.1601, and EUR/GBP dropped 0.47%, to 0.8438.

US Dollar Index Futures were down 0.00% at 92.996.

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Mike Robinson
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