Dax closes 1.7 percent in the red

Bull and bear in front of the Frankfurt stock exchange

Experts wonder whether the stock market will collapse again in the near future.

(Photo: Bloomberg)

Frankfurt, Dusseldorf At the end of a promising week, the Dax is running out of steam: the leading German index is down 1.7 percent from trading and is trading at 11,586 points at the close of trading.

The Dax interrupted its four-day upward trend at the end of the week. Nevertheless: the bottom line is a weekly plus of around four percent. On Monday morning, the stock market barometer was just above the 11,000 mark. It is now 40 percent away from the low in mid-March, when the Dax was trading at just under 8,500 points.

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