Investors hope: The Dax rises again to more than 11,000 points

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    speculation on a speedy solution to the customs dispute, give the stock markets a boost. “It is as good as impossible, the state of relations between the United States and China, a reasonable estimate,” said Jasper Lawler, an Analyst of the Online broker LCG. “Nevertheless, the market is screaming for every punch line. This shows how sensitively he responds to the trade issue.“

    The Dax, the 11,000 he skipped on Friday for the first time in six weeks, mark, and rose by two percent to 11.139 percent. The default value is index, the Euro Stoxx 50 rose at a similar rate to 3124 meters. The futures on the American indices signaled opening gains for Wall Street.

    The “Wall Street Journal” that the American Minister of Finance, Steven Mnuchin intends to propose in the next round of Negotiations with the Beijing government at the end of January, a lifting of punitive tariffs on Chinese imports. The American trade representative Robert Lighthizer reject this but. This was no Surprise since he was considered a Hardliner known, wrote the analysts of Danske Bank. Mnuchin applicable, however, willing to compromise. “Nevertheless, we view the news as a further sign that an agreement is getting closer. The markets seem to see this as well.“

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    among the profiteers of this speculation, the car manufacturer. The European sector index increased by 2.4 percent. The shares of the vehicle manufacturers BMW and Daimler, as well as the supplier Continental is included with price increases of up to 3.6 percent to be the biggest winners.

    The foreign exchange market some of the pound-investors took profits. As a result, the British currency fell 0.4 percent to 1,2935 dollars. Investors continued even after this turbulent week in the house of Commons to the fact that a disordered Brexit is avoided, said investment strategist Tapas Strickland of the Bank’s NAB. “Against this Background seals the pound to the 1,30 mark.”

    The British Prime Minister Theresa May had failed with their Brexit-Deal in Parliament, first of all, had survived a subsequent vote of no confidence. On Monday, the head of government will present their “Plan B” for the exit from the EU.