Achim Graf

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Achim Graf, a graduate in social sciences, has been working in Cologne as a freelance journalist and writer for over 20 years. His texts have appeared in numerous magazines, newspapers and online magazines, including Die Zeit, Süddeutsche Zeitung and Tagesspiegel. Its main themes are society, economy and work. In 2011 Graf was a finalist in the German Journalist Award (DJP) for the series “Berufe mit Zukunft” in the Westfälische Rundschau. In 2015, his book “Zwei Deutschland. A journey through the regions with much and little work” with reportage and portraits. As far as financial performance is concerned, Achim Graf supports the editorial staff, above all in the area of share and company news.


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30. Jul
Thomas Cook: You Know Your Stuff!+Thomas Cook’s poor position on the stock market would be an understatement – it’s a catastrophe. The shares were worth only EUR 0.0514 on Tuesday after the close of trading, a further minus of more than five percent. No one knows exactly what will happen to the battered London tourism group. The oldest tour operator […]
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30. Jul
Heidelberger Druck: Nothing Changes!+At the end of last week, it seemed as if the Heidelberger Druck share could recover from its nasty crash. From a low of 0.91 Euro on Wednesday to 0.96 Euros on Thursday, the 1 Euro mark was broken again on Friday. But the new trading week started with a significant discount. On Monday, shortly […]
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30. Jul
Commerzbank: No Plan Anymore!+At the end of April, it was clear that Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank would not get together. After a thorough analysis, it was concluded that a merger would not provide sufficient added value. Rumors about a possible merger of Germany’s second-largest bank with Italian Unicredit soon followed. Unlike the merger with Deutsche Bank, a merger […]
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30. Jul
Daimler: That Could Mean the End!+For the first time in a long time, Daimler had to report a loss for the second quarter in the previous week: Overall, the carmaker recorded a minus of 1.2 billion euros between April and June. In the same period of the previous year, a profit of 1.8 billion euros was recorded. The new Daimler […]
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29. Jul
Gazprom: A Tricky Situation!+The situation regarding gas supply and transit between Ukraine and Russia is and remains tricky: the current transit agreement between Naftogaz and Gazprom expires on 1 January 2020, and how it will continue thereafter is completely open. According to the Russian state news agency Tass, trilateral gas talks are currently taking place between Ukraine, Russia, […]
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28. Jul
Deutsche Bank: That’s the Good News!+The past week was truly not a good week for Deutsche Bank. According to Wednesday’s quarterly report, consolidated earnings between April and June amounted to 6.2 billion euros, six percent less than in the same quarter last year. The net loss was 3.2 billion euros, even higher than forecast at the beginning of July. This […]
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25. Jul
Tesla: Actually Good News!+The news situation at Tesla is currently dominated by the surprisingly high losses that the carmaker had to report in its quarterly report on Wednesday. Tesla CEO Elon Musk also warned of further difficult quarters – and the share price plunged into the basement. Tesla noted on Thursday afternoon that the price was about 15 […]
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25. Jul
Deutsche Bank: A Flash in The Pan!+Despite losses of billions in the second quarter, as Deutsche Bank had to report on Wednesday as expected, the share price rose on Thursday to up to 7.39 euros, a plus of almost six percent at the end of the previous day. The fact that the prices of Germany’s largest money house were able to […]
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25. Jul
Deutsche Telekom: Probably Unique Worldwide!+Dettelbach, a small town with about 7000 inhabitants in the Lower Franconian district of Kitzingen, could “write a piece of mobile communications history,” as Managing Director of Technology at Telekom Deutschland, Walter Goldenits, says. For locations in rural areas, the connection with electricity is always a problem and a cost driver. For this to change […]
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23. Jul
Wirecard: Extremely Gratifying!+Wirecard also made a good upward move on the stock market on Tuesday in early trading after a pleasing weekly start. At times, the share price rose by around three percent to up to 153.85 euros. For Wirecard investors, this means a respectable weekly plus of almost five percent after the significant setbacks of the […]
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22. Jul
BYD: That Comes as a Surprise!+In February of this year, the ZSW Institute in Baden-Württemberg reported that the registration figures for New Energy Vehicles (NEV) in China had risen by 186 percent year-on-year. BYD undoubtedly made an important contribution to the sales success of the electric and plug-in hybrid sales. The Chinese battery and vehicle manufacturer placed five models in […]
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21. Jul
Kraft Heinz: Courageous, Courageous!+A mammoth task lies ahead of Miguel Patricio: The Brazilian, who started his new job as CEO of the US food company Kraft Heinz at the beginning of the month, must try to revive the somewhat dusty brands of the company – whether Heinz Ketchup or Philadelphia. A first measure, just in time for the […]
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17. Jul
Daimler: Now Comes The Second Strike!+It was only two weeks ago that Daimler introduced the new Mercedes-AMG compact sports cars A 45 4MATIC+ and A 45 S 4MATIC+. The completely newly developed 2.0-litre internal combustion engine was said to be the world’s most powerful four-cylinder turbocharged engine manufactured for mass production. Even the basic model has 387 hp, the S […]
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16. Jul
Gazprom: Millions are Due!+The controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which is currently being laid in the Baltic Sea by a consortium around the Russian Gazprom group, begins on the Russian coast and lands near Greifswald. According to the company, it will run largely parallel to the route of the existing Nord Stream pipeline. Nevertheless, the construction represents a […]
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10. Jul
BYD: Rapid Change!+The Chinese vehicle and battery manufacturer BYD has recently published its sales figures for June 2019. The 25,849 units sold in the electric car segment represented an increase of around 23 percent over the previous month. Compared to June 2018, when 16,278 electricity units were sold, the increase is almost 60 percent. At the same […]
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