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Market: Germany
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  • Prev. Close: 11,891.91
  • Open: 11,985.80
  • Day's Range: 11,914.50 - 12,079.50
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Prev. Close11,891.91
Day's Range11,914.50 - 12,079.50
Average Volume (3m)100,824,339
52 wk Range8354.97 - 12390.75
1-Year Return26.38%

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Most Active Stocks

 NameLastPrev.HighLowChg. %Vol.Time
Deutsche Telekom AG16.80016.75017.07016.723+0.30%7.01M14:40:35 
Commerzbank AG12.45012.58012.79012.335-1.03%6.48M14:40:34 
E.ON SE14.42014.55014.71514.355-0.89%4.90M14:40:45 
Deutsche Bank AG31.12031.29031.78530.940-0.54%4.88M14:40:45 
SAP AG69.34067.41069.71068.635+2.86%3.55M14:40:49 
Infineon AG11.67011.50011.78811.600+1.48%3.17M14:40:37 
Daimler AG87.66586.62088.60087.235+1.21%3.17M14:40:45 
Lufthansa AG12.40012.25012.48512.203+1.22%3.12M14:39:47 
RWE AG ST24.25524.54524.77324.205-1.18%2.41M14:40:49 
Deutsche Post AG30.45530.13530.74830.180+1.06%2.19M14:40:45 

Top Gainers

NameLastChg.Chg. %
SAP AG69.340+1.930+2.86%
Lanxess AG49.785+0.770+1.57%
Infineon AG11.670+0.170+1.48%
Continental AG226.150+2.650+1.19%
Daimler AG87.665+1.045+1.21%

Top Losers

NameLastChg.Chg. %
Volkswagen AG VZO228.050-2.750-1.19%
RWE AG ST24.255-0.290-1.18%
Commerzbank AG12.450-0.130-1.03%
E.ON SE14.420-0.130-0.89%
Deutsche Bank AG31.120-0.170-0.54%

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Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Apr 21, 2015 01:48PM GMT
The main forces driving the financial markets are greed and fear.So at the moment we see a bit of fear on the DAX regarding the Greek issue uncertainty.Imagine what will happen if Greece and creditors reach agreement.And I personally think they will.Because remember that banks neither have the interest to receive back all their loans,nor to have an insolvent loaner who declares bankruptcy.They need rates,higher rates,they will restructure the debt but will never leave the victim.So don`t worry about Greece and just watch how things will miraculously reach to an agreement and the DAX will continue its rally to 12500.
Jay Piasecki
Jay Piasecki Apr 21, 2015 02:05PM GMT
If Greek deal is reached (very probable in the end) and/or we get strong NFP number (=USD resuming its run to parity) then we are heading for DAX 13K. Like someone mentioned in USD terms DAX has barely moved since Jan, but you would expect German companies earnings to be better more than EUR fell to USD e.g. cheaper goods = more sales, not only in accounting terms. For example if BMW sold the same amount of cars in USA as last year its earnings on US sales in EUR terms would go up by 30% because of FX, BUT because of cheaper EUR you would expect the sales to go up as well and BMW to sell even more cars. If that were the case DAX going up additional 10-15% is not crazy talk.

zachary bell
zachary bell Apr 21, 2015 01:40PM GMT
getting ready for a sell at either 12000 or 12100 whichever comes first in next couple hours, stops 50 points.
rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant Apr 21, 2015 02:37PM GMT
Did you sell already at 12K?

Bugzy Malone
Bugzy Malone Apr 21, 2015 12:25PM GMT
Greek municipalities outraged by state move to use funds - now it's getting serious, just print drachmas already..
rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant Apr 21, 2015 01:17PM GMT
R u greek?
Bugzy Malone
Bugzy Malone Apr 21, 2015 01:49PM GMT
It's just nice to get it over and done with.....either print more euros and gift it to the Greeks or Grexit.
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