On Tuesday, July 27, German stocks crashed as its two major indexes both stumbled while the European stock market was mixed.
The DAX Index declined 0.32% with a net loss of $50.31. This sent the stocks to the bottom at $15,619 per share.
Its worst performers were led by Vonovia SE which plummeted 2.46% or 1.42 points to $66.34 per share.
This was followed by Deutsche Boerse AG which sank 1.90% or 2.80 points to $171.10 per share.
Adidas AG also pulled down the benchmark by 1.83% or 5.80 points to $368.28 per share.
While the index’s best performers include Deutsche Wohnen SE which climbed 1.17% or 0.60 points to $61.05 per share.
It was followed by MTU Aero Engines AG which rose 0.92% or 1.90 points to $247.17 per share.
Also, Deutsche Bank AG progressed 0.89% or 0.09 points to $12.58 per share.
Meanwhile, the MDAX Performance Index crashed 0.21% with a net decline of $74.67. This sent the stocks below at $35,089 per share.
Its bottom performers were led by MorphoSys AG which fell 8.67% or 4.74 points to $58.95 per share.
This was followed by Shop Apotheke Europe NV which dropped 3.94% or 5.50 points to $158.29 per share.
TeamViewer AG also pulled the benchmark down by 2.63% or 0.77 points to $33.62 per share.
Meanwhile, the index’s top performers were led by Thyssenkrupp AG which spiked 3.69% or 0.30 points to $10.03 per share.
It was followed by Aurubis AG and Rational AG which both jumped 3.00% or 2.52 points to $102.15 and 2.67% or 24.00 points to $1,90.45, respectively.
Furthermore, EU stocks were mixed as Germany’s DAX and MDAX both fluctuated.
On the London Stock Exchange, the FTSE All-Share Index increased 0.02% or 0.87 points to $4,026 per share while the FTSE 100 Index decreased 0.03% or 2.15 points to $7,025 per share.
Moreover, the pan-European STOXX 600 slipped 0.08% or 0.37 points to $461.14 per share.
The same with the STOXX Europe 50 which also collapsed 0.28% or 24.03 points to $8,554.85 per share.
On the Paris Stock Exchange, the CAC 40 Index spiked 0.15% or 9.78 points to $6,579 per share.
Likewise, the Global Dow Realtime EUR also advanced 0.22% or 6.89 points to $3,189.86 per share.