1. DAX before a friendlier start
Of the DAX traded slightly in positive territory before the start of Friday trading.
2. Stock exchanges in the Far East are gaining ground
In Japan the leading index wins Nikkei 1.03 percent to 30,316.38 points. In mainland China, he does it Shanghai Composite 0.44 percent up to 3,709.31 points during the Hang Seng in Hong Kong climbed 1.72 percent to 26,158.33 units. (7.24 a.m. CEST)
3. Nestlé shares: purchase prices are expected to rise in 2022
The Swiss food giant Nestlé is preparing for rising purchase prices. To the message
4. Manchester United share: Ronaldo returns to United: “Not here to take a vacation”
Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United to return to their old successes by returning. To the message
5. High inflation in August – Federal Office explains the background
Life in Germany has recently become much more expensive. To the message
6. Hackers break into United Nations computer systems
Hackers have broken into parts of the United Nations computer systems. To the message
7. Merck shares: JPMorgan raises target for Merck shares to 230 euros
The US bank JPMorgan raised the price target for Merck KGaA after the capital market day of the pharmaceutical and chemical group from 220 to 230 euros and left the rating at “Overweight”. To the message
8. Holcim sells business in Brazil
The Swiss cement company Holcim is selling its business in Brazil to Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional (CSN) for $ 1.025 billion. To the message
9. Oil prices are increasing
the Oil prices rose moderately in early trading on Friday. China’s recourse to its national oil reserves only moved the markets temporarily. In the morning, a barrel (159 liters) of North Sea Brent cost 71.92 US dollars. That was 47 cents more than the day before. The price of a barrel of the American West Texas Intermediate (WTI) rose 39 cents 68.53 dollars.
10. Euro stays above $ 1.18
Of the Euro remained stable above the US $ 1.18 mark on Friday. In the morning, the common currency cost $ 1.1830, roughly the same as the night before.
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