the dax It begins Thursday trading at 17,818 points. This means that it gains 48 points or 0.18 percent compared to the previous day. The MDax the median values ​​gained 0.22 percent to 25,959 points.

The strongest DAX stocks in the morning were Siemens and Munich Re. Both gained almost two percent each.

Sartorius AG I was at the bottom of the rankings. Shares of the laboratory equipment supplier lost approximately twelve percent. The company released its current quarterly figures this morning. Infineon was also weak, with losses of two percent.

Munich Re boss calls for “Agenda 2030” for Germany

Munich Re-CEO Joachim Wenning complains about Germany's economic situation in a speech published this morning. Wenning complains about the stagnation of industrial production and the growing outflow of capital to invest abroad.

“Germany needs a comprehensive recovery program,” the speech said. “That includes the courage to make unpopular decisions,” Wenning says. The head of Munich Re demands, among other things, that German citizens work more again. Otherwise, long-term prosperity cannot be maintained.

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