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Dusseldorf Even in the new trading week Brexit does not let the investors go. This Monday, it could come again to a vote on the new deal. In the morning trade, the German benchmark index recorded 0.83 percent plus 12,737 points. On Friday, the Dax had gone barely changed from trading. He closed 0.17 percent lower at 12,633 points.
The second big topic of the day is Wirecard. Following the serious allegations of accounting fraud by the Financial Times, Wirecard has now commissioned the auditing firm KPMG with an independent investigation. On Friday, the payment service provider had already announced a share buyback program in the amount of up to 200 million euros.
In the US, oil industry services provider Halliburton releases its third quarter results. The result is expected to be lower than the previous forecast as customers continue to keep spending tight in the face of lower commodity prices.
Politically, elections on Monday will also be relevant in Canada. There, the population elects a new parliament, for the current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau it could be tight.
Look at the individual values
Wirecard: Wirecard's Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board have decided to commission independent auditors KPMG to fully and independently investigate all allegations made by the British newspaper Financial Times. The shares of the payment service provider are currently 5.91 percent plus and are thus the winner in the Dax.
SAP: The Group increased its revenue year on year by 13 percent to 6.8 billion euros, the bottom line remained at 1.26 billion euros 30 percent more profit left. Since 11 October, SAP has been leading the current board members Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein. In the Dax, SAP is trading at plus 0.76 percent.
BVB: The 1-0 win over Borussia Mönchengladbach gives Borussia Dortmund (BVB) a boost. The shares of the football Bundesliga rise on Monday by 1.35 percent.
Pro Seven Sat.1: The participation of Metro investors Daniel Kretinsky and Patrik Tkac to Pro Sieben Sat.1 heaves the TV broadcaster to the top of MDax. The stock gains a good five percent.
Analysts check: JP Morgan leaves Scout24 on "Overweight"
The US bank JP Morgan has raised its price target for Scout24 from 55 to 58 euros, ahead of figures from the online marketplace operator, leaving the rating on "Overweight". The results are likely to be rather not a price driver for the shares, but the "strategic alternatives" for the portal Autoscout24, analyst Marcus Diebel wrote in a study available on Friday.
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