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Status: May 20, 2021

Europe's largest ticket marketer and concert organizer CTS Eventim is hoping for a new start for live culture. But in the first quarter, the pandemic still leaves massive marks. The turnover collapsed by 90 percent, in the balance sheet there is a gap of around 20 million euros. But CTS boss Schulenburg is hoping for a turnaround. People are longing for live concerts. According to a survey, 60 percent of those questioned would go to a concert if the authorities allowed it. The CTS share is currently losing almost 7 percent of its value and is the biggest loser in the MDAX. The stock exchanges, however, tend to have recovered well. The MDAX also gained 0.3 percent. The DAX rises by 41 to 15 145 points. The price of the Telekom increases by 1.3 percent to 16.80 euros. The telephone giant promises its shareholders a minimum dividend of 60 cents and increasing profits and sales over the next few years. The euro costs 1.22 dollars. Rigobert Kaiser B 5 stock exchange

Deutsche Bank sets itself ambitious sustainability goals. By the end of 2023, 200 billion euros in sustainable capital investments and financing are to be achieved. Two years ahead of schedule. 35 percent of the management positions are to be filled by women by 2025. It is currently 29 percent. This means that the bank is increasingly aligning itself with what are known as ESG goals. The share price rose by half a percent to 11.70 euros. With that she has her worst phase behind her, but the last records of over 100 euros are still a long way off. The DAX climbs by 84 to 15 199 points. The euro costs 1.22 dollars. Rigobert Kaiser B 5 stock exchange

Deutsche Telekom is at the top of the DAX with a plus of one percent to 1675 euros. The Bonn telephone giant seems to convince investors on its capital market day. Thanks to the extremely successful US subsidiary, sales exceeded the 100 billion euro hurdle for the first time. Gross profits are expected to increase continuously by 3 to 5 percent in the coming years. Of course, the dividend will then also be higher, but the group promises its shareholders that the distribution will no longer fall below 60 cents. Finance Minister Scholz will be pleased, the federal government still holds just under a third of the T-shares. The DAX is recovering from yesterday's slump. He wins 98 to 15 212 points. Bayer give in 0.2 percent because of the ongoing glyphosate lawsuits in the United States. The share lags behind the record DAX because of the problems. The euro costs 1.21.90 dollars. Rigobert Kaiser B 5 stock exchange

Deutsche Telekom attracts investors with higher profit promises. Thanks to the success of the US subsidiary, the Bonn-based telephone giant cracked the $ 100 billion sales mark for the first time. Gross profits are expected to increase by between 3 and 5 percent annually. The dividend should go along with it, but Telekom guarantees a minimum distribution of 60 cents per share. The biggest beneficiary is the federal government, which still holds a good 30 percent of the former state-owned company. The share price had recently reached prices above 17 euros. Yesterday it closed at € 16.60. The DAX is likely to recover today from yesterday's drop of 1.8 percent. It is calculated with 15 205 points. In Tokyo, the Nikkei index closed 0.2 percent higher at 28 098 points. The euro costs 1.21, 80 dollars. Rigobert Kaiser B 5 stock exchange

The requirements for the German stock exchanges are inconsistent. New York markets closed in the red for the third day in a row. The Dow Jones lost half a percent to 33,896 points. In the meantime, the index had already slipped into the red at 1.7 percent. The US Federal Reserve is maintaining its ultra-loose monetary policy. That can be read very clearly from the minutes of the meetings published yesterday. However, there are initial demands to somewhat limit the gigantic bond purchase programs after the corona crisis. In Tokyo, the Nikkei index is slightly up at 28 105 points. Good data come from Japan. The export of the third largest economy in the world is increasing significantly - as much as the last time 11 years ago. Car maker shares are in demand. This trend has also been observed in Germany for some time. The DAX should be able to recover from yesterday's slump this morning. The euro costs 1.21, 80 dollars. Rigobert Kaiser B 5 stock exchange

Wall Street continues to suffer from profit-taking. The courses gave way for the third day in a row. The Dow Jones closed half a percent lower at 33 896 points. At times he had lost over 1.7 percent. The main reason is concerns about rising inflation. The US Federal Reserve has published its minutes of the meeting. The danger that the Fed will raise its interest rates quickly and significantly is not very high. However, the subject of inflation is also gaining in importance here. There was a dramatic fall in the price of Bitcoin, which slipped to $ 30,000. Reason: The Chinese government bans cryptocurrencies for payment purposes. In Tokyo, the Nikkei index remains unchanged at 28,044 points. The euro costs 1.21, 80 dollars. Rigobert Kaiser B 5 stock exchange