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Thomas Nagel

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Background Information

Employment History

Technical Analyst and Trader

equinet AG


Technical Analysis

Seydler AG


Private Banking

BayernLB Berlin


Web References(15 Total References)


www.pheonixhelp.com

Thomas Nagel, equity trader at Equinet, said: "The stock is at times below the previous day's low at 20.00 Euro and thus has fallen Stop-loss triggered sales.


www.es-et.com

But Thomas Nagel of investment bank Equinet warned that the Dax could again suffer a sharp fall, noting that its rise in recent weeks had come with no solid sign of recovery in the broader economy.


www.iht.com

"Investors will slowly start to realize at what prices companies included in the German benchmark DAX Index are being given away these days," said Thomas Nagel, a trader at Equinet in Frankfurt.


ExDHL.com

The bank, which sold 5.9 percent of its shares in July 2006, said in January it may sell further stakes to private-equity firms. ''Deutsche Post are boosted by the rumor Apax and UPS might bid 28 euros a share for about 30 percent in the company,'' said Thomas Nagel, a trader at Equinet AG in Frankfurt. ''There has also been talk the shares might get suspended later due to newsflow concerning the KfW stake.'' Nicole Mommsen, a spokeswoman for Deutsche Post in Bonn, and Alexander Mohanty, a spokesman for KfW in Frankfurt, declined to comment today.


www.bloombergonline.com

There is speculation in the market that Chiaty may be interested in increasing his stake to "just below 30 percent,'' said Thomas Nagel, a trader at Equinet AG in Frankfurt.


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