The European exchanges on Tuesday vigorously. After a loss last week, and further significant losses on Monday thus stabilised the Swiss benchmark index SMI.
The hopes for a relaxation in the trade conflict between the United States and China have calmed the markets somewhat, commented an Analyst. In any case, the government in Beijing have confirmed at lunch time, to reduce the punitive duties on US Automobiles.
Donald Trump wrote on Twitter, "very productive discussions with China" and "important announcements". The Bloomberg news Agency reported citing the case of familiar people, China have moved in the direction of a reduction of tariffs of imported cars from the USA. In early December, Trump had woken up already, expectations of falling tariffs.
uncertainty more latent
Also, Wall Street has continued the stabilization that had been used the day before, on Tuesday. At the time of the early gains melted together again.
in Addition, positive impulses came at the reporting date of the economy. All in all, however, it remains to be noted that the stock markets will continue to be driven politically, so the Analyst. To date, none of the aforementioned trouble spots is solved and the uncertainty so that more latent. This has proven to be the Brexit-the Chaos in London the day before, impressive.
The Swiss Market Index (SMI) closed 1.92 per cent in the Plus at 8'715,08 points. The local benchmark index was still about 25 points lower than the balance at the close of the week. Of the 30 Swiss blue chips all went up two in the Plus from the trade.
the leader of the shares of the semiconductor manufacturer AMS ( 10%). On Monday they had been with a further price slide by more than 7 percent, the biggest loser. Ensure that the iPhone maker had buffeted the share in the past few months. Also, the tech values Logitech and Temenos (4.8%) increased sharply.
Swatch and Richemont profit
In addition, the cyclically sensitive watch manufacturer Swatch ( 3.3%) and Richemont ( 3,2%) increased significantly. The gains were explained by a mixture of counter-movement, and the recent news about the trade dispute. After all, Asia represents for both companies, one of the most important sales regions.
From the Bank's values, Julius Baer ( of 3.8%) is particularly evident, but also CS ( 2.0%), and UBS ( of 1.8%) posted gains. The smaller of the two big banks and holds on (tomorrow) Wednesday, a day investor. Many market participants believe that a shares will be announced buyback.
most vigorously pushed, however, the defensive heavyweights Novartis ( of 2.4%), Nestlé ( 1.9%) and Roche ( 1,4%), the Swiss benchmark index.
London stock exchange in Plus in spite of Brexit-Chaos
The Euro STOXX 50 1.27% castle higher in the 3'055,32 points. At the start of the week, the Euro-zone leading index fell in the case of 3'007 points to a new two-year low. For the Paris Cac 40 went on Tuesday at around 1.35 per cent, to 4'806,20 points.
London's FTSE 100 achieved a gain of 1.27 per cent, to 6'806,94 counter, although the British Prime Minister Theresa May is trying so far in vain, the European Union's new concessions to the Brexit from. Him the generally positive impact of the weak pound on the export economy of the country helped even more. (Dec/sda)
Created: 11.12.2018, 19:14 PM