Germany stocks higher at the close of trade; DAX up 1.58 % By

© Stocksak. Stocks in Germany are higher at the close of trade; DAX is up 1.58% – Germany stocks were higher after the close on Monday, as gains in the , and sectors led shares higher.

The Frankfurt close saw the index rise 1.58% to a new 1-month peak. The index also increased 1.41% and 1.30% respectively.

RWE AG ST O.N. were the top performers of the session. (ETR:) rose 4.01% or 1.48 point to trade at 38.38 at close. E.ON SE (ETR 🙂 gained 3.26% or 0.26 to trade at 8.17 Siemens Late trade saw AG Class N (ETR 🙂 rise 2.81% to 109.84

The session’s worst performers were Covestro AG (ETR): The ETR fell 0.24 points or 0.67% to trade at 35.70 by the close. Porsche Automobil Holding SE, (ETR:), fell 0.49 percent or 0.28 points to close at 57.24 Zalando SE (ETR:) fell 0.35%, or 0.08 points, to 22.62

The MDAX’s top performers were Wacker Chemie O.N. O.N. LEG Immobilien AG (ETR) was up 3.26% to settle in 62.64, and Carl Zeiss Meditec AG(ETR) was up 2.98% to close in 117.50.

The worst performers were Aurubis AG (ETR) was down 1.02% at 60.26 in late trading Delivery Hero AG (ETR): The ETR fell 0.61% to settle at 34.05 Lanxess AG (ETR) was down 0.52% at 34.42 at the closing.

The TecDAX’s top performers were CompuGroup Medical AG O.N. O.N. Nagarro SE (ETR) was up 3.01% to settle in at 102.80, and Carl Zeiss Meditec AG(ETR) was up 2.98% to close near 117.50.

The worst performers were Morphosys AG O.N. (ETR) was down 7.92% at 19.83 in late trading, SMA Solar Technology AG(ETR:), which lost 1.71% and settled at 40.20 Suse SA (ETR 🙂 was at its lowest point of 0.12% to 16.85 by the close.

Stocks that are rising outnumbered those that are falling on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange 487 to 187, and 75 ended unchanged.

The, which measures implied volatility for DAX options, increased by 2.36% to 28.20.

Gold Futures for December delivery were down 0.11%, or 1.90, to $1654.40 a troy-ounce. Other commodities trading saw Crude oil falling 0.65% or 0.55, to $84.50 a bar, while January Brent oil contract fell 0.25 percent or 0.23, to trade at $91.11 an barrel.

EUR/USD was unchanged at 0.12%, 0.99, and EUR/GBP unaffected at 0.334%, 0.88.

The US Dollar Index Futures were down 0.03% at 111.95.

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