Frankfurt / Main (AP) - On the last day of another volatile trading week, the German stock market started with profits. Tail wind comes from new relaxation signals in the US-Chinese trade dispute as well as interest rate expectations for the Eurozone.
The Dax gained 0.43 percent in the first minutes of trading to 11,461.85 points. The day before he had dropped to its lowest level since mid-February. Thus, for the most important stock market barometer in Germany, the third week will be in the red in a row and a weekly loss of around 2 percent.
The MDax, which represents the shares of medium-sized German companies, rose on Friday morning by 0.51 percent to 24,508.13 points. The EuroStoxx 50, the eurozone's leading index, advanced by about 0.4 percent.