^GDAXI - DAX PERFORMANCE-INDEX

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
12,041.29
-197.65 (-1.61%)
At close: 5:45PM CEST
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Previous Close12,238.94
Open12,226.85
Volume0
Day's Range11,993.91 - 12,246.50
52 Week Range10,279.20 - 13,204.31
Avg. Volume87,956,566
  • Reuters7 hours ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stock markets slide as worries about Huawei fallout mount

    Investors already on edge about an escalating U.S.-China trade dispute were further rattled after Beijing accused Washington of harbouring "extravagant expectations" for a trade deal, underlining the gulf between the two sides. Asian shares had managed to reverse some of last week's losses on Monday after Washington said it would lift tariffs in North America, and as investors cheered apparent wins by Conservative incumbent parties in elections in Australia and India. U.S. President Donald Trump's government added Huawei to a trade blacklist last week, imposing restrictions that will make it difficult to do business with U.S. companies.

  • Investing.com14 hours ago

    StockBeat - Infineon, STMicro Fall as Huawei Ban Roils Chip Market

    By Geoffrey Smith

  • European Equities: It’s All Eyes and Ears on the Oval Office. What’s Next?
    FX Empire15 hours ago

    European Equities: It’s All Eyes and Ears on the Oval Office. What’s Next?

    A quiet day on the economic calendar leaves the Oval Office as the main area of focus. What’s the next move in the U.S – China trade war?

  • CNBC4 days ago

    Europe stocks trade lower as trade fears linger; Brexit talks collapse; Thomas Cook shares down 29%

    U.S. President Donald Trump's bid to blacklist Huawei has further intensified trade tensions, while the Chinese ruling Communist Party's newspaper has insisted the trade war will only make China stronger. The morning's biggest loser was British tour operator Thomas Cook, which saw its shares plummet 30% by mid-morning, hitting their lowest since July 2012 and on track for the biggest one-day drop since November 2011. European stocks traded lower Friday as trade fears ratcheted up, amid the U.S. administration's bid to blacklist Chinese telecoms giant Huawei and the ruling Chinese Communist Party's newspaper striking a defiant tone.

  • Investing.com4 days ago

    StockBeat - EasyJet Defies Market Gloom With Upbeat Outlook

    By Geoffrey Smith

  • European Equities: A Lack of Stats Leaves Trade in the Spotlight
    FX Empire4 days ago

    European Equities: A Lack of Stats Leaves Trade in the Spotlight

    The Eurozone’s trade surplus widened from €17.9bn to €22.5bn in March. Imports increased by 4.8% over the same period, leading to a narrowing of the trade surplus from €46.5bn to €43.5bn in Q1. Finalized inflation figures out of Italy had a muted impact, with the finalized numbers being in line with prelim.

  • Stocks resilient in face of latest US trade moves
    Associated Press4 days ago

    Stocks resilient in face of latest US trade moves

    LONDON (AP) — Stocks recovered their poise Thursday after dropping over President Donald Trump's decision to limit U.S. exports to foreign telecoms companies, an order that appeared aimed squarely at China.

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Dow Futures Edge Higher, Global Stocks Slide As Trump Targets China's Huawei

    Global stocks drift lower amid a series of moves on trade and security that underscore the depth and breadth of the U.S.'s trade wars. Huawei is added to the U.S. 'Entity List' that blacklists company's from doing business with the United States, just hours after the President declares an information technology national emergency. Weak U.S. data pushing 10-year bond yields to 15-month lows, while TIC data shows China sold the most U.S. Treasuries in more than three years in March.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    European stocks dip as U.S. sanctions on Huawei add to trade anxiety

    European shares retreated on Thursday after Washington blacklisted Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, adding another confrontational element to the U.S.-China trade dispute. The U.S. Commerce Department said it was adding Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and 70 affiliates to its Entity List, which bans the company from acquiring components and technology from U.S. firms without government approval. News on Wednesday that U.S. President Donald Trump was planning to delay the imposition of tariffs on imported cars and parts helped European markets swing higher late in the session.

  • Investing.com5 days ago

    StockBeat: U.S. Huawei Ban Lifts Nokia, Ericsson

    Geoffrey Smith

  • European Equities: It’s Going to be Another Choppy Day Ahead
    FX Empire5 days ago

    European Equities: It’s Going to be Another Choppy Day Ahead

    Trump saved the day for the European majors on Wednesday. There’s a lot now riding on a resolution to trade disputes…

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Dow Futures Extend Declines on Weak Retail Sales as Trade War Bites Sentiment

    Global stocks add to gains, taking Asia markets from a three-and-a-half month low, amid signs of progress in the U.S.-China trade war that could lead to a resumption in talks. President Donald Trump suggests the "little squabble" with China can be resolved with a deal, while Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is set to travel to Beijing soon to resume dialogue with Chinese officials. Wall Street futures suggest a weaker open for the Dow following weaker-than-expected April retail sales and industrial data.

  • Rebound Runs Out, Weak Data Weighs On Sentiment, Trade Fears Simmer
    FX Empire5 days ago

    Rebound Runs Out, Weak Data Weighs On Sentiment, Trade Fears Simmer

    U.S. stock futures move lower as the rebound in prices fizzles out. Traders are still worried about trade.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Global stocks bounce fades on grim China data, Italy woes

    A global equity bounce stemming from softer rhetoric by U.S. President Donald Trump on the trade dispute with Beijing waned on Wednesday as grim China data and fresh Italian debt woes cast a shadow over global markets. Investors had taken some comfort from Trump calling the trade dispute with Beijing "a little squabble" on Tuesday and insisting talks had not collapsed.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia stocks rebound from 3-1/2-mth lows as trade fears ease

    Asian stocks rebounded from a 3-1/2-month low on Wednesday as a slight softening in rhetoric from U.S. President Donald Trump eased worries about the U.S.-China tariff war, and on expectations that Beijing could unveil more economic stimulus. In Europe, the pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures rose 0.24% in early trade, Germany's DAX futures gained 0.25% and FTSE futures were up 0.3%. Shares in Asia were led by strong gains in Chinese equities, which rebounded after two days of losses.

  • Investing.com6 days ago

    StockBeat - Italy's Budget Woes Return to Haunt Its Stock Market

    By Geoffrey Smith

  • European Equities: Can the Renewed Optimism Continue?
    FX Empire6 days ago

    European Equities: Can the Renewed Optimism Continue?

    Following some weak numbers out of China, will Germany’s GDP numbers also disappoint? There’s a lot hanging on the hope of a trade deal…

  • European Equities: What Happened to all the Optimism over a Deal?
    FX Empire7 days ago

    European Equities: What Happened to all the Optimism over a Deal?

    With China responding to the latest threats from the Oval Office, the majors are in for another choppy day ahead…

  • How Chinese Trade Issues Will Drive Market Trends
    FX Empire7 days ago

    How Chinese Trade Issues Will Drive Market Trends

    It is becoming evident that the US/Chinese trade issues are going to become a point of contention for the markets going forward. We’ve been review as much news as possible in an attempt to build a consensus for the future of the US markets and global markets. As of last week, it appears any potential trade deal with China has reset back to square one.

  • Investing.com8 days ago

    StockBeat: Tariff Spotlight Shifts to European Automakers

    By Geoffrey Smith

  • European Equities: The Majors will be at the Mercy of the Oval Office
    FX Empire8 days ago

    European Equities: The Majors will be at the Mercy of the Oval Office

    Can the European majors avoid a sell-off? The futures markets are pointing to a positive open, which is in stark contrast to the U.S futures…

  • U.S. stocks rise, dollar pares losses on trade talk hopes
    Reuters10 days ago

    U.S. stocks rise, dollar pares losses on trade talk hopes

    A gauge of world equity markets rebounded and the dollar pared losses on Friday after President Donald Trump said U.S.-China trade talks were constructive, easing tensions that pushed stocks on Wall Street toward their biggest weekly loss since December. The major U.S. stock indexes swooned more than 1% before rebounding from session lows, first on encouraging comments from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and then Trump's remarks that his relationship with President Xi remained strong. Trump earlier said he was in no hurry to sign a trade deal with China as Washington imposed a new set of tariffs on Chinese goods and negotiators ended two days of talks aimed at salvaging an agreement aimed at ending a 10-month trade war.

  • TheStreet.com10 days ago

    Trump China Tweetstorm Sends Dow Lower; Apple Slides on Trade Reprisal Concerns

    U.S. stocks extended declines Friday after President Donald Trump unleashed a torrent of comment on social media that suggested there was "no rush" to reach a trade agreement with China just after after he opted to increased tariffs on $200 billion worth imports in the latest escalation of the ongoing trade war. Trump again intimated -- incorrectly -- that China would pay the cost of the tariff increases, which rose to 25% from 10% at midnight last night on around 5,700 different goods, and repeated his threat to apply levies to a further $325 billion of Chinese imports. Tariffs will bring in FAR MORE wealth to our country than even a phenomenal deal of the traditional kind.

  • Global Stocks Rally Despite Trump Tariff Decision as Talks With China Continue
    TheStreet.com10 days ago

    Global Stocks Rally Despite Trump Tariff Decision as Talks With China Continue

    Global stocks rebound despite the U.S. increasing tariffs on China-made goods as investors hope a narrow window in application will pave the way for a trade deal. Tariffs increased to 25% from 10% on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports, but wont' apply to goods already in transit, leaving a two week window during which Washington and Beijing can continue to negotiate. China stocks surge in a late-session rally, Asia books solid gains and Europe opens stronger on the trade optimism.

  • European stocks open slightly higher amid US-China trade concerns
    CNBC Videos6 days ago

    European stocks open slightly higher amid US-China trade concerns

    CNBC's Julianna Tatelbaum outlines how stocks are performing in Europe after China announced it would hit back at the U.S. over increased tariffs on goods.