The DAX Index Down, German CPI To Fix It
DAX dropped 0.18% to 12,845. Last week, it reached the monthly maximum by rising 2.8% on the meeting between Donald Trump and Jean-Claude Juncker. Trump and Juncker agreed to avoid the trade war between the US and EU. DAX also reinforced after the European Central Bank promised to keep rates at low levels through the summer of the next year. Today, Germany will release Preliminary Consumer Price Index, which might boost the index. Tomorrow, we’ll get German retail sales and Eurozone CPI and GDP data.