German shares edge up Friday


FRANKFURT, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- German stocks edged up on Friday, with the benchmark DAX index up 49.11 points, or 0.37 percent, to close at 13,335.68 points.

Semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies won the most among the blue chips, with its shares up 3.50 percent. Material manufacturer Covestro and energy group RWE rose by 2.31 percent and 1.84 percent respectively.

Automotive manufacturer Volkswagen lost the most among the blue chips, by falling 1.80 percent. Automotive manufacturer BMW and sportswear and equipment maker Adidas went down by 1.40 percent and 1.27 percent respectively.

Multinational software corporation SAP was the most-traded share with a turnover of 303.90 million euros (362.31 million U.S. dollars).

China's Haier, a leading global household appliances manufacturer listed in Frankfurt in 2018, rose 1.49 percent to close at 1.025 euros per share on Friday.

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