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Market: Germany
# Components: 30

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  • Open: 9,639.80
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 SymbolLastHighLowChg.Chg. %Vol.Time
Adidas AG70.20070.88070.090-0.620-0.88%752.24K15:30:16 
BASF SE79.83081.36079.600-1.230-1.52%2.23M15:30:23 
BMW ST90.97092.53090.720-0.560-0.61%1.23M15:30:24 
Bayer AG101.000102.60099.710+1.520+1.53%2.51M15:30:23 
Beiersdorf AG68.40068.97068.240+0.040+0.06%409.18K15:29:53 
Commerzbank AG11.15511.31511.090-0.015-0.13%4.71M15:29:40 
Continental AG164.750166.100163.900-0.350-0.21%403.13K15:29:54 
Daimler AG63.07064.24062.870-0.820-1.28%2.66M15:30:26 
Deutsche Bank AG26.35526.78526.215-0.360-1.35%9.18M15:29:55 
Deutsche Boerse54.84054.90054.470+0.160+0.29%786.68K15:30:26 
Deutsche Post AG24.39524.74524.300+0.100+0.41%3.37M15:30:27 
Deutsche Telekom AG12.27512.41512.270-0.060-0.49%6.65M15:30:27 
E.ON SE14.42514.73514.380-0.285-1.94%6.31M15:30:28 
Fresenius ST50.58050.66049.775+0.550+1.10%875.77K15:30:30 
Fresenius SE107.950108.350107.450+0.100+0.09%243.50K15:30:30 
Heidelbergcement AG57.33059.11056.840-1.670-2.83%950.26K15:30:31 
Henkel VZO84.80085.27084.600-0.210-0.25%456.26K15:30:31 
Infineon AG8.6298.9118.419-0.313-3.50%20.31M15:30:32 
K&S AG23.74524.05523.685-0.315-1.31%943.59K15:30:39 
Lanxess AG48.03048.54547.850-0.420-0.87%411.17K15:30:34 
Linde AG156.400157.200155.950+0.200+0.13%491.33K15:29:58 
Lufthansa AG14.32514.42014.230-0.060-0.42%2.87M15:30:34 
Muench. Rueckvers.162.700164.700162.300-1.550-0.94%442.25K15:29:58 
RWE AG ST30.72031.38030.635-0.730-2.32%1.76M15:30:00 
SAP AG59.74060.41059.730-0.270-0.45%2.14M15:30:39 
Siemens AG92.70093.52092.350-0.850-0.91%1.83M15:30:39 
Thyssenkrupp AG21.54021.70521.335+0.090+0.42%2.11M15:30:40 
Volkswagen AG VZO175.700178.500174.800-1.450-0.82%938.69K15:30:42 

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Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 30, 2014 07:12PM GMT
I dont know how much longer this charade can keep going on now. If the FED are not going to continue QE then its not good for the stock markets in the US. There is a lot of dialogue going around about whats good for the economy and what isnt. The economy improving isnt what has been driving these stockmarkets these past years to these levels. Sure it has had some effect but its the amount of money spent on QE thats got us to these levels at the DOW, the S&P and the Nasdaq. The other markets around the world have sort of went along for the ride too hoping that America would lead the recovery..I think we are starting to find aspects of that starting to sink in and I dont like the look of what I am seeing. Quite a deep post from me this time around lol

Brian Ugwu
Brian Ugwu Jul 30, 2014 05:34PM GMT
We're all waiting, what will the outcome of fomc be?
Pa Ca
Pa Ca Jul 30, 2014 05:50PM GMT
FOMC minutes will say QE is going to end in October has announced last month and interest rates will remain at this level as they do not see a strength in the job recovery despite good GDP and inflation data. As soon as the markets ears that rates will remain low the US indices will go up.. This is the general consensus "out there".
Pa Ca
Pa Ca Jul 30, 2014 06:14PM GMT
Like I said...
Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 30, 2014 06:35PM GMT
It will be interesting to see how the US session closes here. The market has obviously came back this last half hour but noone I know thought what the FOMC had to say was long term bullish for the markets. This little spike back up seems to be a bounce on there being no immediate interest rate hike and not a lot more.
Pa Ca
Pa Ca Jul 30, 2014 06:40PM GMT
I agree Scott. I did a quick trade for 30 points on that move and got out fast. It is all open again until the close.

Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 30, 2014 03:03PM GMT
I cant seem to get a post to show up again....
Trader Gas
Trader Gas Jul 30, 2014 03:12PM GMT
. Hey Scott - Do you recon that Dax will be up in a day or two do you think its good price now to go long or what you think one should wait till Fed Interest Rates announcement ? Just think that Dax might more get down due to sanctions on Russia as German economic ties are strong with Russia.
Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 30, 2014 03:34PM GMT
I wouldnt touch the DAX long nor would I take any of the US markets long either after whats just happened this last few hours at least for the remainder of the day. The market has tipped its hand and its basically saying that we are going to sell off and quickly too the moment the FED says they have done enough and are happy with how the economy is going. Essentially Yellen needs to help out the Bulls again here tonight. She may well do so and that would surprise noone but there is no way in the world the Bulls are as strong as the stock market prices suggest as far as I am concerned. As soon as she stops manipulating the economy the market crashes and traders wont wait until the last minute to sell of either, they will do it the millisecond she says anything that implies she is happy with the economy. So basically I would sit tight and let someone else buy this thing. I think the DAX will follow what the US does the next few days and the US will react like how I described.
Trader Gas
Trader Gas Jul 30, 2014 04:10PM GMT
I totally agree with you - better stay out of it for a while till markets are back to stable mode. Thanks Scott.....Appreciate your opinion.
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