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Profits are seen in German trading on Wednesday.

of the DAX started Wednesday with a 1.32% rise to 13,480.50 points and is still extending the gains thereafter. of the TecDAX started by 0.69 percent at 2,865.55 points. In the morning he fell back onto the red ground at times before he could advance onto the green ground again, meanwhile he is clearly gaining ground.

Investors remain nervous today, Wednesday. The trading day focuses on the US Federal Reserve interest rate meeting, scheduled for the evening. It is not in question whether currency watchdogs will raise the key interest rate, but by how much, market observer Michael Hewson of CMC Markets explains to the German news agency. An increase of 0.50 percentage points or 0.75 points is possible.

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Investors in Europe are more confident in trading on Wednesday.

of the EURO STOXX 50 it moved 0.61 percent stronger to 3,496.28 points at the start of trading. In the further course of trading he increases his profits.

The Fed’s interest rate decision is expected tonight. Several market participants are now speculating an increase of 0.75 percentage points. However, Commerzbank experts are of the opinion that the large increase in interest rates has already been priced on the stock market. This also applies to another possible hike in July.

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Investors in the US stock market looked relaxed on Wednesday before the Fed’s interest rate decision.

of the Dow Jones it rose 0.68 percent to 30,570.50 points at the start and then continues to rise. of the NASDAQ composite it also shows up strongly, having risen 1.29 per cent to 10,968.40 points at the start.

After May consumer prices revealed even higher-than-feared inflation on Friday, the expectations of the US Federal Reserve have recently been really reversed. A rate increase of 0.5 percent is already considered agreed. From JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs, a jump of 0.75 points is now expected, even a whole percentage point can no longer be excluded.

“The market has finally realized that painful steps are needed to curb inflation, which is at its highest level in 40 years,” reports the German news agency Andrew Hollenhorst, Citigroup’s US chief economist.

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A positive picture prevailed on Asian stock exchanges in the middle of the week.

Japan’s major index lost in Tokyo Nikkei ultimately 1.14 per cent at 26,326.16 points.

For the Shanghai composite on the other hand, it rose 0.50 percent to 3,305.41 points. of the Hang Seng was up 1.14 percent Wednesday to 21,308.21 units.

Economic data from China was the driving force: contrary to expectations, industrial production in China increased by 0.7% in May compared to the same month last year, after a decline of 2.9% in April. Experts speculated a 1% drop. Additionally, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) announced that it would leave the interest rate unchanged at 2.85%.

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