After the scandal with the blockade, Olga Buzova angered with her appearance on May 9

Olga Buzova’s next venture provoked a new flood of popular anger. The leading singer angered the Russians with her appearance. But the public has not forgotten the scandalous tricks of the TV star, when she, sitting in a swimsuit at the table, licked a plate with the words “I’m a blockade.”

Olga Buzova on the occasion of May 9, I decided to talk about the feat of my great-grandfathersthan incredibly inspired her fans. However, then she began to publish photos and videos on which posed in a military uniform with bright makeup with a cap on his head. The artist threw a nurse’s handbag over her shoulder, and held a dandelion in her manicured fingers.

Olga Buzova went to the forest for a bright photo

“May 9th is the main, holy date in the life of each of us. This is a day of immense pride in the feat of true heroes who, without sparing life, defended our Motherland! We will forever keep in our hearts the memory of their courage! Thanks to you, we live 75 years under a peaceful sky! Tears of happiness for the Great Victory pour out of my eyes and tears of grief for those who are gone … “, reads the caption to the photo.

Great holiday

Wherein take off gold and platinum bracelets Buzova did not guess. Or did not consider it necessary. She read the poem Wind of War by Stepan Kadashnikov in memory of those killed at the front, and then presented with her boyfriend David Manukyan a cover for the song “Cranes”.

This finally infuriated users of the social network. They began to leave indignant messages, recalling the actress and the recent scandal with the blockade, and the glamorous Mother of God, and embarrassment at Epiphany.

Cranes.Premiere cover, 2020

“They don’t go to make-up in the war!”, “Show-off!”, “What are you doing again?”, “Have you tried any less makeup?”, “Why are you doing carnival on this day?”, “I made up and came to the forest for a photo “,” Cheap masquerade “,” This is called Spanish shame when she does it, but we are all ashamed “,” Very funny, you need to remove the bracelets, “the fans are indignant.

We are for peace … For love … May the war never return again …

Olga never responds to criticism and indignation of fans. Her favorite hate phrase: “The dog barks, and the caravan goes.”

Olga Buzova: from a cleaning lady to a millionaire.Who doesn’t know Buzova? Everyone knows Olya. Some love her, while others hate her. Sometimes it seems that there is simply no one indifferent to the ex-participant of “House-2” …

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Carnival 2021 will come: traditions in times of crisis

DThe carnival strongholds in North Rhine-Westphalia are expecting a session in 2021. How it will look exactly is still unclear, the presidents of the Cologne, Düsseldorf, Bonn and Aachen carnivalists announced on Monday. For example, small and digital events are being considered.

The next carnival season will not be easy, said the President of the Cologne Carnival Festival Committee, Christoph Kuckelkorn. After all, the carnival lives “from closeness and togetherness” – that is, everything that is prevented by the Corona crisis. “Nevertheless, we are sure that there will and must be a session in the coming year,” said Kuckelkorn. “The carnival is a centuries-old tradition in the region with a high social relevance. People need such traditions and connections, especially in times of crisis, in order to draw strength and courage from them. “

The President of the Aachen Carnival Festival Committee, Frank Prömpeler, said: “Perhaps this will be a session back to the origins: celebrate in a small circle in the Veedeln instead of on the stages of the grand ceremonial meetings. Digital solutions are also possible. “

As a spokesman for the Dusseldorf carnivalists added, the plan was only made to go public after a decision had been made about the permission of major events. They are prohibited until at least August 31. No pair of princes will be introduced beforehand. In Bonn too, people don’t want to present the madness until after the summer break.

Carnival starts traditionally on 11.11. – which is usually celebrated with large and central events in Düsseldorf and Cologne, among others.

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Carnival 2021 is coming – just how?

DThe carnival strongholds in North Rhine-Westphalia are expecting a session in 2021. How it will look exactly is still unclear, the presidents of the Cologne, Düsseldorf, Bonn and Aachen carnivalists announced on Monday. For example, small and digital events are being considered.

The next carnival season will not be easy, said the President of the Cologne Carnival Festival Committee, Christoph Kuckelkorn. After all, the carnival lives “from closeness and togetherness” – that is, everything that is prevented by the Corona crisis. “Nevertheless, we are sure that there will and must be a session in the coming year,” said Kuckelkorn. “The carnival is a centuries-old tradition in the region with a high social relevance. People need such traditions and connections, especially in times of crisis, in order to draw strength and courage from them. “

The President of the Aachen Carnival Festival Committee, Frank Prömpeler, said: “Perhaps this will be a session back to the origins: celebrate in a small circle in the Veedeln instead of on the stages of the grand ceremonial meetings. Digital solutions are also possible. “

As a spokesman for the Dusseldorf carnivalists added, the plan was only made to go public after a decision had been made about the permission of major events. They are prohibited until at least August 31. No pair of princes will be introduced beforehand. In Bonn too, people don’t want to present the madness until after the summer break.

Carnival starts traditionally on 11.11. – which is usually celebrated with large and central events in Düsseldorf and Cologne, among others.

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The Ramadan austerity program could lead to a recession

Berlin When the crescent moon can be seen above Mecca this Thursday, Ramadan begins. For the 1.5 billion Muslims, the holy fasting month is influenced by the corona crisis in a similar way to Easter for Christians.

There were hardly any Easter celebrations in Europe two weeks ago. Now the world-famous mosques in the holy places of Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arabia remain closed, as do most places of worship for Sunnis and Shiites.

The world-famous Kaaba in Mecca, a central place of pilgrimage for Islam, does not open either. Dense crowds of people pilgrimage around the black cube every day, but now the space is empty – this has never happened before during Ramadan.

But especially in the Arab world, the economic consequences of the corona-related Ramadan austerity program are far more devastating than the Easter holidays in Christian countries. At Iftar, the breaking of fasting every evening, rich families on the Gulf often invite you to a noble meal in luxury hotels, many also fly to relatives and friends in their residences on the other side of the globe. Pilgrimages to the holiest mosques, the hajj, are prohibited. But these rituals are now canceled because of the virus.

Abdul Latif al-Sheikh, Saudi Arabia’s Minister for Religious Affairs, announced that all Muslims in his country can only pray at home during Ramadan. Any gatherings or prayers together in the country’s mosques are prohibited during the month of Lent. “Our hearts are crying,” said Ali Mulla, the muezzin – the prayer caller – of the Great Mosque of Mecca because of the forced closure.

Big sales during Ramadan

Meanwhile, the Dubai government announced on Thursday that the temple of consumerism – the famous, world’s largest shopping malls – is now on stand-by for reopening. The centers are therefore preparing to open – under strict conditions.

During Ramadan, when people fast during the day and actually pray several times in mosques and eat and celebrate all the more after sunset, sales in the Muslim world are by far the highest sales in the Muslim world for retail.

Already in the previous years, a lot of retail sales had been redirected to online retail, in the two previous years alone, e-commerce had doubled in the Gulf States during Ramadan.

Since the outbreak of the corona crisis, life retail chains such as the French, which are strongly represented in the Gulf, have also been involved CarrefourGroup, online sales have increased dramatically. Driving services like Over or Careem, which comes from Dubai and has been taken over by the US industry leader, is now increasingly transporting food and medicine purchases to private customers instead of passengers.

In the shadow of the crisis, a consortium led by Sheikh Tahnoon Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family, the main emirate of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), bought around a fifth of the Gulf retail chain Lulu for around one billion on Thursday accepted. With Lulu, the Indian entrepreneur Yusuff Ali became a billionaire.

Economic burden

Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund PIF, meanwhile, started a shopping tour with European and American groups shortly before the fasting month: Riyadh’s billion-dollar PIF has large packages with the cruise company Carnival and with European oil companies like Equinor, Total, Eni and Shell and bought the majority at the British football club Newcastle United.

Whether the billion-dollar carousel consumption in stationary shops is picking up again and how strongly sales are slumping due to canceled Iftar fasting festivals and travel bans mainly depends on the further spread of the corona virus: So far, the number of infected and dead people in the Gulf has continued to increase, but is With 12,272 cases so far in Saudi Arabia alone, it is even behind those in small Israel and above all significantly behind the vast majority of European countries.

Economically, however, the Gulf States suffer extremely. Emirates, the world’s largest provider of intercontinental flights from the UAE Emirate of Dubai, has buried its hope of significantly expanding flight operations again shortly.

So far only a few homecoming flights have been made. According to the magazine “Arabian Business”, scheduled flights are to be started up slowly on July 1 at the earliest. Etihad, the Abu Dhabi airline and its distressed holdings such as Alitalia and Virgin Australia, is suffering even more severely. The low-cost airlines flydubai and Air Arabia from the Emirate of Schrjah also had to largely discontinue flight operations.

Aviation and trade are the most important sectors for Dubai. Abu Dhabi, Iran and Saudi Arabia are mainly dependent on the oil business. And the violent turmoil on the oil markets is putting considerable strain on the largest economies in the Gulf: Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, is likely to more than double its budget deficit to 15 percent of GDP due to the demand shock caused by the corona crisis. Mohamed Abu Basha, head of macroeconomic forecasts at Cairo Investment Bank EFG Hermes, believes that.

The unexpectedly violent oil price shock “changed everything,” says Monica Malik, chief economist at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank. “The recent upturn was largely due to the fact that the oil price was over $ 50-60 to support economic activity, and that has only just been decimated.”

Actually, the vast majority of economists and entrepreneurs in the Gulf had an economic recovery in 2020 after years of weak growth. Now forecasts predict an at least three percent recession in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia has to incur more debt

But Riyadh’s finance minister Mohamed Al-Jadaan officially sees it as loosely: “We have been through worse things,” says Al-Jadaan, referring to previous oil price crashes and a budget deficit of 17 percent in 2016. His country, which is currently trying to support companies with billions of euros in bailout funds, be financially strong enough to master the crisis.

Saudi Arabia could expand its debts significantly this year. So far, the country only has a national debt of around one fifth of GDP – Europe’s Maastricht criteria, which are often broken, allow EU countries 60 percent.

Saudi Arabia could record $ 58 billion in debt in 2020. Almost half have already been raised via bonds on domestic and international capital markets. The UAE has also recently placed multi-oversubscribed billion-dollar bonds.

It is an open question whether at least the sugar festival, the traditionally generous end of Ramadan, can be celebrated publicly and economically. Only prisoners are lucky: Dubai Emir, Sheikh Mohammed, released 874 prisoners on the occasion of the beginning of Ramadan.

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Dow Jones closes in the red – Netflix shares rise seven percent

new York The US standard values ​​suffered losses at the start of the new trading week. The upcoming balance sheet season casts its shadows ahead, experts said. Many investors expected weaker results from the corona virus outbreak and the resulting paralysis of business life. In addition, signs of the long-term effects of the pandemic clouded the mood on the floor.

While the Dow and the S&P 500 gave way, the Nasdaq technology exchange put on the upswing of the online retailer Amazon to. Oil prices showed no clear trend after the leading crude oil producers agreed on a record cut in production.

The Dow Jones index of standard values ​​closed 1.4 percent weaker at 23,390 points. The broader S&P 500 lost one percent to 2,761 points. In contrast, the index of the technology exchange Nasdaq advanced by 0.5 percent to 8192 jobs.

On Tuesday, the US banks give JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo the starting signal for the balance sheet season. Analysts expect a weak outlook for the rest of the year to be reflected in the number of financial institutions.

This also applies to other industries, said Mike Loewengart, investment strategist E-Trade Financial Corp. The numbers also offer a lot of opportunity for coffee grounds reading – for example on the question of whether the downturn has already been fully factored in or whether it will come even more violently.

Focus on individual values

On the oil market, prices reacted to the cut in production with occasionally significant fluctuations, which US industry stocks like ExxonMobil and Chevron followed. In the end, the latter only increased moderately by 0.7 percent, whereas the former, at a discount of 0.9 percent, did not become a profiteer. Expert Neil Mehta from Goldman Sachs Expressed his preference for chevron in a study on Monday.

The values ​​from the travel and leisure industry are not revving up sustainably. After last week’s recovery, things went downhill again for the airlines, especially for United Airlines by more than eight percent. Hotel and cruise providers and travel portal operators followed the example: Marriott, Expedia and Carnival lost up to 7.4 percent.

The bottom of the Dow were shares of Caterpillar, for which the experts of the Bank of America became a stumbling block on her recovery path. They slumped by 8.7 percent after expert Ross Gilardi expressed pessimistic comments about the construction machine manufacturer’s prospects in key customer segments.

On the technology-heavy Nasdaq exchange, the mood of price gains for shares such as Netflix and Amazon brightened. The two stocks, which have recently been traded as beneficiaries of the corona crisis, continued their recent rally with increases of seven and 6.2 percent respectively. Both are gradually starting to run up to their previous highs.

While the papers stood by the carmaker ford and General Motors suffered from virus worries on Wall Street with taxes of 3.9 and 4.4 percent respectively Tesla-Share still a rosy picture. They jumped to the top in the Nasdaq 100 with a price jump of 13.6 percent. For the titles of the electric car maker, this was the sixth day in a row to win.

Among the winners were also those at the Nasdaq Ebay-Shares with a course increase of almost three percent. The online marketplace has found a new boss – Jamie Iannone comes from the US shopping giant Walmart. Its shares rose by almost three percent at the top of the Dow.

On the oil markets, the North Sea Brent rose by 1.3 percent to $ 31.87 a barrel. By contrast, US crude was trading 1.3 percent lower at $ 22.47.

More: The US institutes are threatened with the “triple whammy”: the idle economy, provisions for loan defaults and lower key interest rates are depressing profits.

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US exchanges give way despite oil deal

US exchanges

After the Easter weekend, the stock exchanges start trading and react to the Opec plus oil deal.

(Photo: AP)

new York Wall Street started the new trading week at a loss. The upcoming balance sheet season casts its shadows ahead, experts said. Many investors expected weaker results as a result of the corona crisis and the resulting paralysis of business life.

In addition, signs of the long-term effects of the pandemic clouded the mood on the floor. Oil prices, on the other hand, rose after the leading producers agreed on the largest cut in production ever.

The Dow Jones index of standard values ​​was 2.3 percent weaker in New York midday trading at 23,181 points. The broader S&P 500 lost two percent to 2,733 points. The Nasdaq technology exchange index fell 0.9 percent to 8082 jobs. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange was closed on Easter Monday.

On Tuesday, the US banks give JP Morgan Chase and Wells Fargo the starting signal for the balance sheet season. Analysts expect a weak outlook for the rest of the year to be reflected in the number of financial institutions.

This also applies to other industries, said Mike Loewengart, investment strategist E-Trade Financial Corp. The numbers also offer a lot of opportunity for coffee grounds reading – for example on the question of whether the downturn has already been fully factored in or whether it will come even more violently.

The organizers of cruises already felt the consequences of the coronavirus crisis on Monday at the stock exchange. The shares of Carnival and Royal Caribbean gave in eight and 15 percent respectively.

The US Centers for Disease Control extended their ban on all cruise ships. There have been numerous coronavirus cases on some ships in the past.

ford anticipates an adjusted pre-tax loss of approximately $ 600 million in the first quarter due to the pandemic. A year earlier, the automaker made a profit of $ 2.4 billion. The share certificates fell by 5.6 percent.

On the oil markets, the North Sea Brent rose by 1.7 percent to $ 32.01 a barrel. US crude was trading 0.9 percent higher at $ 22.98.

More: The US institutes are threatened with the “triple whammy”: the idle economy, provisions for loan defaults and lower key interest rates are depressing profits.

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Dow Jones, Nasdaq, S & P500: US exchanges slightly down

Dusseldorf For the second day in a row, the US stock market started the day with strong gains. In the course of trading, the most important indices lost their profits again and fell slightly into the red. The Dow Jones lost 0.1 percent and closed at 22,653 points. The broader S&P 500 lost 0.2 percent to 2659 points, the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.3 percent to 7887 points.

The financial service provider was again one of the big winners on Tuesday American Express. Yesterday, the papers already registered an increase of more than ten percent and now reached a price increase of 4.4 percent.

On Monday, Wall Street had a brilliant start to the week. The most important stock indices soared by up to almost eight percent. In terms of points, the Dow Jones posted the third-largest daily profit of all time and again reached the level of mid-March.

The positive development in Asia obviously gave rise to optimism on Tuesday: in South Korea there were fewer than 50 new corona cases for the second day in a row. There were no new deaths in China for the first time on Monday. Both countries were among the first in which infection rates peaked. From the current development, investors hope to draw conclusions about the course of the epidemic in the USA.

The strategists of JP Morgan doubt, however, that the US stock markets have already reached their final low. They point out that the S&P 500 has taken an average of 18 months to find its bottom in a recession.

Before investors buy stocks again sustainably, one should first wait to see if there is no second wave of infection in China and the western countries if the current restrictions are lifted. In addition, further government stimulus packages are needed.

A buy signal would be, however, according to the experts from JP Morgan, if stocks in the S&P 500 were only valued at ten times the current profit. Currently this value is still at 15. Until then, the analysts recommend a defensive orientation and take profits in short-term market recoveries.

Goldman Sachs analyst Steve Kostin has already calculated how the pandemic will affect the share buyback programs and dividends of US corporations. He expects the companies listed in the S&P 500 to cut their share buybacks by up to 50 percent by the end of the year to $ 371 billion. The dividends would drop by 25 percent.

Individual values ​​at a glance

The titles of Shale oil conveyors such as Marathon, Occidental or Apache, which became up to twelve percent more expensive. According to stock marketers, they benefited from the hope of a significant reduction in the throttling by the exporting countries organized in “Opec +”.

According to experts, shale oil producers only work profitably from an oil price of around $ 50 per barrel because of the complex fracking process. The US variety WTI initially became more expensive on Tuesday, but then cost $ 25.15, 3.6 percent less than on Monday.

Investors are also betting on an impending relaxation of restrictions on public life. They stocked up primarily with leisure and tourism values ​​that had been particularly hard hit in the past few weeks. So the shares of the cruise operator rose Carnival, the hotel chain Marriot, the casino operator MGM and the online travel agency Booking.com by up to 10.7 percent.

The papers from Boeing lost their initial gains and fell almost five percent at the end of the Dow after shooting up nearly 20 percent on Monday. The ailing aviation giant is now also stopping the production of its long-haul jet 787 “Dreamliner” in the state of South Carolina due to the corona crisis. It was only on Sunday evening that the aircraft manufacturer announced that the production break in its Washington state factories would be extended indefinitely.

With agency material.

More: Investors should use market recoveries for sale.

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US exchanges are working their way up

new York Under the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the US stock markets ended one of the weakest quarters in their history in the red. The leading Dow Jones index lost 1.8 percent on Tuesday to 21,917 points. The technology-heavy Nasdaq dropped one percent to 7700 points and the broad S&P 500 lost 1.6 percent to 2585 points. The March declines were clear – 13.7 percent for the Dow, 12.5 percent for the S&P and 10.1 percent for the Nasdaq.

However, the full economic impact of the epidemic was most evident in the index figures for the full quarter. At 20 percent, the S&P suffered the largest decline in the first quarter of its history. The Dow declined 23.2 percent, the largest percentage decline in a quarter since 1987 and the largest minus in the first quarter since at least 1900. The Nasdaq, however, survived the quarter comparatively lightly with a minus of 14.2 percent. The last decline in this size was in 2018. In Europe, Dax and EuroStoxx50 had increased by about one percent each to 9936 and 2787 points on Tuesday.

“There is still uncertainty,” said portfolio manager Jack Janasiewicz from the asset manager Natixis. “It would not be surprising if we experience another phase of weakness in the coming weeks, in which the recent lows are tested or even fallen below.”

The US is currently outpacing Europe as the global epicenter of the Covid 19 pandemic. There are now more than 160,000 confirmed infections and more than 3,100 fatalities, the number of which continues to increase rapidly.

In New York City alone, 67,000 people are already infected with the virus. Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC imposed stricter restrictions on non-essential home and business movements on Monday.

The US Federal Reserve (Fed) has created a so-called “temporary repo facility” for foreign central banks to reduce tensions in the financial markets. The program enables participating central banks to temporarily exchange US government bonds for dollars. The program will be available to central banks for at least six months from April 6.

The US Federal Reserve is thus improving the liquidity of the US currency, which is in demand in these turbulent lines as a “safe haven”. For example, due to a lack of liquidity, there were major problems in trading US government bonds in mid-March – a one-off process that could pose a risk not only to the US.

Oil companies on the upswing

Thanks to a rising oil price, oil companies were among the favorites on the stock market. The US variety WTI rose by 1.1 percent to $ 20.31 a barrel (159 liters) after US President Donald Trump and his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin agreed to consultations on the situation on the oil market.

In addition to the virus crisis, this is also suffering from the price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia. “This shows how much Trump cares about the US oil industry,” said portfolio manager Thomas Altmann from wealth consultant QC Partners.

Shale oil producers in particular are under pressure because, according to experts, they only work profitably from an oil price of around $ 50 due to the complex fracking process. Therefore, the titles of companies like Marathon, Occidental or Apache initially won above average up to eleven percent. However, in the course of trading, they gave up their profits. Occidental closed 5.1 percent up.

Focus on individual values

In view of Trump’s proposal for an infrastructure program, the shares of the construction machine manufacturer Caterpillar took the Dow top with around four percent of the individual values.

After the recent significant price losses, the cruise liners Royal Caribbean Cruises and Carnival went up again: around eight percent for Royal Caribbean and around three percent for Carnival. The latter wants to prepare itself for the crisis with the help of fresh money.

In the Caribbean, two ocean liners from the subsidiary Holland America Line with infected passengers are still looking for a port to have the ships docked. However, this is currently proving difficult.

In the US bond market, trend-setting ten-year government bonds gained 14/23 points to 107 24/32 points and returned at 0.681 percent. On the foreign exchange market, the euro regained $ 1.10 in US trade and cost $ 1.1022 at the close on Wall Street. The European Central Bank set the reference price at $ 1.0956 (Monday: 1.1034). The US dollar thus cost 0.9127 (0.9063) euros.

More: Corona forces companies to rethink their IPOs

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Dow Jones, Nasdaq, S&P 500: US exchanges close in positive territory

Statue “The fearless girl” in front of the New York Stock Exchange

Floor trading has been suspended on Wall Street since March 23.

(Photo: AFP)

new York After the turnaround of US President Donald Trump, investors in the US regain hope of success in the fight against the corona virus. “It is positive that the precautionary measures will be expanded,” said Peter Cardillo, chief economist at financial services provider Spartan Capital Securities. “The market is probably relieved because, from a virus perspective, we can see when we get to a point where we can continue to work.”

The leading Dow Jones index closed the trade up 3.2 percent to 22,327 points. The technology-heavy Nasdaq advanced 3.6 percent to 7774 points and the broad S&P 500 gained 3.4 percent to 2627 points. Was in Frankfurt the Dax 1.9 percent firmer at 9815.97 points.

Trump, following sharp criticism from epidemologists, had abandoned his original plan to restart the economy by mid-April on Sunday. The United States is now the country most affected by the pandemic.

According to the Johns Hopkins University, the number of infections is more than 140,000, and more than 2,500 people have died of the lung disease caused by the virus.

The situation is particularly acute in New York. The experts at the investment bank JPMorgan expect economic output to drop by ten percent in the first quarter and by a quarter in the second quarter.

However, even after the recent price increases, stock marketers do not expect the market to turn around: “Until we see nothing that helps against the virus, we are facing rough times in the market,” said Noah Hamman, head of financial services provider AdvisorShares.

Focus on individual values

The shares of the pharmaceutical company rose by almost eight percent Johnson & Johnson at the top of the Dow Jones. The company plans to begin clinical trials of its experimental coronavirus vaccine by September. The vaccine is expected to be used experimentally in early 2021.

The papers from went up by 6.4 percent Abbott Laboratories. The US drug regulator had previously approved a coronavirus test that can be used to diagnose the pathogen in minutes.

However, up to almost 14 percent lost the shares of the cruise company Norwegian Cruise Royal Caribbean and Carnival. The Berenberg experts had cut their course targets for the companies by about a third. Tour operators are currently particularly affected by the pandemic that has caused most trips to be canceled.

More: Corona forces companies to rethink their IPOs

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Dax closes almost two percent

Up and down the Dax: “We have to die a stability death”

Dusseldorf After significant price fluctuations in the previous week, the German stock market started the new trading week comparatively successfully. The Dax closed Monday 1.9 percent increase at 9816 points.

In the previous week, the leading German index had the best weekly balance since December 2011: Despite price losses on Friday (3.7 percent in the red), the Dax had gained 7.9 percent.

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