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 NameLastHighLowChg.Chg. %Vol.Time
 Adidas AG89.47089.94089.120-0.850-0.94%573.87K27/11 
 BASF SE77.88078.54077.510-0.740-0.94%2.22M27/11 
 Bayer AG125.800126.800125.600-1.050-0.83%1.30M27/11 
 Beiersdorf AG88.81089.15087.850+0.110+0.12%235.77K27/11 
 BMW ST101.500102.00099.930+0.650+0.64%1.09M27/11 
 Commerzbank AG10.33510.46010.300-0.100-0.96%3.51M27/11 
 Continental AG225.550226.550222.950+1.400+0.62%261.18K27/11 
 Daimler AG82.45083.24081.480+0.450+0.55%3.56M27/11 
 Deutsche Bank AG23.99524.27023.910-0.235-0.97%3.59M27/11 
 Deutsche Boerse80.85080.96080.030+0.230+0.29%316.08K27/11 
 Deutsche Post AG27.55527.68027.345+0.010+0.04%2.08M27/11 
 Deutsche Telekom AG17.48017.54017.375+0.025+0.14%6.67M27/11 
 E.ON SE9.0049.2218.969-0.231-2.50%9.21M27/11 
 Fresenius SE69.59069.97069.260-0.160-0.23%742.03K27/11 
 Fresenius ST78.91079.21078.500+0.390+0.50%404.93K27/11 
 Heidelbergcement AG74.74075.22074.340-0.350-0.47%308.85K27/11 
 Henkel VZO108.500109.600108.450-0.650-0.60%312.03K27/11 
 Infineon AG13.60013.62013.110+0.475+3.62%8.47M27/11 
 K+S AG26.39526.95026.175-0.245-0.92%2.46M27/11 
 Lanxess AG47.40047.88046.755-0.310-0.65%280.24K27/11 
 Linde AG168.300169.650167.900-0.950-0.56%265.62K27/11 
 Lufthansa AG13.37513.57513.295-0.015-0.11%2.69M27/11 
 Muench. Rueckvers.188.950189.550187.900+0.300+0.16%427.06K27/11 
 RWE AG ST10.87011.22010.820-0.385-3.42%3.86M27/11 
 SAP AG74.54074.70073.900-0.200-0.27%2.08M27/11 
 Siemens AG96.87097.65096.650-0.330-0.34%1.24M27/11 
 Thyssenkrupp AG19.83519.90019.680-0.150-0.75%1.69M27/11 
 Volkswagen AG VZO123.850125.100121.050-0.750-0.60%2.16M27/11 

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Joel SHOEMARK 1 hour ago
So the advice Im getting for the ECB and FED releases is no one is really sure which way it will go my current plan is to keep researching all i can up to the day before then buy or sell a small trade, set a stop loss so i dont loose too much and hope for the best. I get the impressiom the news will either be good or bad but it will be a clear run for the DAX either up or down a good amount. I get the impression it wont go far in the opposite direction so i wont have to set my stop loss too far away. Whats everyone elses idea?
Manciu Alexandru Eugen
Manciu Alexandru Eugen 17 hours ago
First one: If FED increase their rates and ECB continue its policy in a more aggressive way, we should see DAX going even higher that 12500-13000, in a quite short interval;. Second scenario: If FED increase their rates and ECB wait to see what are the results, we should see first DAX reaching 12000 area, after this going back to 10000-9000 area.. Third scenario: If ECB act and FED wait, expect to see a sharp drop to 10000-9000 and a rise to the current level, even 11500 in a short period of time.. Fourth scenario: If FED is going to 2016 and ECB wait, as well, expect to see DAX going to 8000 area.. Once again, its just a personal opinion. Feel free to comment..... Happy trading!
Manciu Alexandru Eugen
Manciu Alexandru Eugen 17 hours ago
I begin my first comment here stating that its just a personal view and should not be treated as an advice. I see the last week evolution of DAX being just a temporary one, aggressive but not sustainable. There are several factors that contribute to this evolution, and I talk here about some comments from ECB members that sustained that ECB is ready to continue even in more aggressive way their QE implementation. These comments affected as well EUR/USD, but not so much, due the fact that most of the decisions are already priced. As well, an eye should be kept on the political tension between Russia and Turkey, after a russian fight craft was shot it down by the turkish aviation. But the most important events are the ECB and FED meetings from December. If in FED case, it seems that it is most probably to finally make the "lift off", it is not clear what are the ECB plans, contrarily to the declarations of some board members. There are, after my opinion, few scenarios.....
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