Frankfurt (Germany), June 28 (EFE). – The selective Frankfurt Stock Exchange closed Tuesday with a 0.35% rise after China eased quarantine measures for travelers entering the country, which could boost the country’s economy.
The DAX 40 index rose by 0.35% today, to 13,231.82 points, while the technology TecDAX index decreased by 0.26%, to 2,950.70 points.
eclectic Frankfurt cut its earnings on the day, for the third negotiation in a row, due to declines on Wall Street.
Aircraft engine maker MTU Aero Engines rose 3.5% to 178.45 euros, Porsche SE shares rose 2.7% to 67.88 euros, and tire maker Continental rose 2.5% to 70 euros.
Sporting goods maker Puma lost 2.2% to 64.48 euros after Nike reported its results and said it had lower profits in the second quarter due to the shutdown in China.
Online fashion retailer Zalando fell 1.9% to €25.22, and perfume maker Symrise fell 1.2% to €104.95. EFE
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