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The German stock market was mixed on Thursday.

The DAX was marginally firmer at the start of trading and fared well over the course, but was unable to sustain the break above the zero line. Finally, he went almost unchanged, 0.01 percent solid, at 12,345.42 index points in the closing time.

The TecDAX started slightly lower and then fell back until he finished 0.87 percent down at 2,886.18 points.

Following the decision of the US Federal Reserve, the DAX started little on Thursday. The uneven development of the overseas Brsen could also give the domestic market no backwind. After the rally in recent months, investors took a breather. "Consolidation is still needed," was the letter in the letter "AB-Daily" by Bernecker.

On the corporate side, Volkswagen, Fresenius and the subsidiary FMC presented quarterly figures.

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The European Brsen showed up on Thursday with a red sign.

The EuroSTOXX 50 started in the minus and moved in the course on red terrain. The index narrowed 0.73 percent to 3,488.93 units from Thursday trading.

Negative impulses came from the USA, the indices closed lower the day before. The US Federal Reserve decided its day before monetary policy to leave unchanged. The assessment of economic growth raised it somewhat, while lowering the rate on deposits from banks.

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There was some reluctance on Wall Street on Thursday.

The Dow Jones was trading marginally 0.09 percent lower at 26,407.15 points and slipped into the downside. In the end it was down 0.46 percent to 26.307.79 index points down. The Tech Index NASDAQ composite opened slightly at 8,046.48 points, 0.04 percent lighter, but was also unable to escape the downward pull and closed with a small minus 0.16 percent at 8,036.77 index points.

The day before, a loosening of the US monetary policy with the statements of the Fed chief Jerome Powell was put into the distance. However, investors were moved by Powell's positive economic climate.

The focus remained on the balance sheet season. On Thursday Caterpillar and Under Armor opened their books on the past quarter. Also a capital increase of Tesla provided for movement.

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The Hang Seng showed on Thursday with profits.

In Tokyo, the brand remains closed during the "Golden Week". The Japanese index Nikkei 225 closed 0.22 percent lower on Friday at 22,258.73.

Also on mainland China, the bridge was closed on Thursday. The Shanghai Composite on Tuesday, they added 0.83 percent to 3,078.34 meters. The Hang Seng Hong Kong ultimately gained 0.63 percent to 29,944.18 units on Thursday.

In Tokyo, the bridge will be closed until next Monday due to the "Golden Week", on the Chinese mainland there was no trading on Thursday. Negative requirements came from the USA. The US Federal Reserve kept its monetary policy unchanged, raised the assessment of economic growth slightly, and slightly lowered the deposit rate for banks.

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