Germany30 Short. European stocks opened today’s trading session lower as investors were forced to spend fresh worries about coronavirus and weak British GDP growth. The DAX in Germany is losing 0.22%, the CAC 40 in France is 0.1% and the British FTSE index is 0.4%. While the United Kingdom and the US continue to introduce vaccination, in EU countries such as Germany and Italy, as well as much of Central Europe, the epidemic is growing again. France announced more than 30,000 new infections for the first time in two weeks on Wednesday. Surprisingly, although Pfizer is produced in the EU, vaccination with this well-functioning vaccine is still incredibly stagnant. That’s not good news for the stock markets.