At the latest pace, the DAX reimbursed a large portion of its daily losses on Thursday. The MDAX also managed to get daylight, but it is clearly wrapped in red. Shares of Delivery Hero, which were recently low for many years after another, were in high demand.
After a weak start to trading, with Germany’s leading index falling below the mark below 13,500 points, the DAX turned day in and closed by 0.6 percent with 13,752 points.
The biggest winner in the DAX on Thursday was the Presentation Hero. After a bad start, the services of the delivery service agent turned on the turbo in the afternoon and ended the trade with a 6.8 percent increase. Bayer shares were also needed, up 3.9 percent.
BMW shares had to accept the highest discount in Germany’s leading index, with a loss of 7.8 percent. At Wednesday’s Annual General Meeting, the car manufacturer had to be criticized (DER AKTIONÄR reported). The paperwork of the Merck KGaA pharmaceutical and chemical group, which presented its quarterly figures on Thursday, also declined sharply and was 5.6 percent lighter from trade (more on this in the list of articles below).
Daytime recovery was not enough for MDAX to cover losses as much as DAX could. It dropped by 1.4 percent from trade.
In particular, losses in Sixt, Varta and Aurubis, each of which fell by almost nine percent, were significant. Recent mergers are also underway for Rheinmetall shares, which have performed very well recently. Weapons of the arms group decreased by 3.9 percent.
Among the top values among medium-sized companies on Thursday were Ströer with a 3.8 percent payout and a Fraport share, which gained 2.5 percent.
This was also important on Thursday: