Around 12:30 p.m., the index was calculated at around 13.155 points, which is 0,6 percent over Friday's close. Contrary to the trend, shares in the real estate groups Deutsche Wohnen and Vonovia were sold with a striking number of shares, which had fallen by over 1,5 percent by noon.
In the opinion of some market commentators, many investors get cold feet and fear that the real estate rally during the corona crisis could have been exaggerated. The Nikkei index had recently increased and closed at 25.906,93 points (+2,05 percent). The European common currency trended somewhat stronger on Monday afternoon. One euro cost 1,1848 US dollars (+0,09 percent).