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Which fish can you still eat?

Which fish can you still eat?

Serve with bread or rice. Recipe: minced tuna

With papaya and pineapple — Matjessalat

Matjessalat (source: TLC photo studio)

Let the matjes fillets with the vegetables and fruits soak in the yoghurt curry dressing. A hearty wholemeal bread tastes good with it. Recipe: Matjessalat

You haven’t found the right fish dish yet? Then just browse through our recipe collection in the fish category. We also have fine recipes for sushi lovers. 

Which fish can you still eat?

According to nutrition experts, fish should be on the menu two to three times a week. But many seas are overfished and environmentalists advise against consuming fish. If you want to conserve fish stocks, you should pay attention to a few points when buying and eating fish.

The WWF or Greenpeace shopping guides, for example, provide help with shopping. Fish as an unusual delicacy, advises WWF. When buying, look out for organic and environmental seals such as the Naturland or Bioland seals and the MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) seal, the ASC seal (Aqualculture Stewardship Council).

Read here how to store your fish in the refrigerator and how to transport it after shopping. 

PARIS / LONDON (dpa-AFX) — The increasing tensions between the USA and Iran continued to weigh on the European stock markets on Monday. Instead of stocks, investors have recently concentrated on less risky asset classes such as government bonds, certain commodities such as gold or safe currencies such as the Swiss franc.

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In the morning environment, the EuroStoxx 50 was down 1.39 percent at 3720.77 points. In Paris, the Cac 40 fell 1.27 percent. The London FTSE 100 was down 0.88 percent.

Iran had sworn revenge for the death of Iranian general Ghassem Soleimani in Baghdad, who was considered the most famous face of the Iranian military abroad and is considered a martyr by many compatriots. The USA had committed to the targeted killing. For his part, US President Donald Trump warned the leadership in Tehran against taking appropriate steps and threatened attacks on Iranian cultural sites.

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"Investors now have to ask themselves whether the market will continue to decline or whether this is a good time to buy cheap", CMC Markets analyst Michael Hewson wrote in a comment. In this context, he also referred to the first partial agreement between the USA and China, which is due to be signed in mid-January and which could initially alleviate the major uncertainty factor of the trade war.

Economically sensitive sectors such as auto stocks, chemical companies, banks and tech companies initially lost out on Monday. The chip values ​​went significantly downhill, with the Dutch ASML bringing up the rear in the Eurostoxx 50.123helpme.me The share lost around 3 percent around noon. Most recently, media reports made the rounds that the US government is opposed to the Dutch delivering technology to Chinese customers. The chemical giants Bayer and BASF also landed in the rear with a discount of around two and a half percent each.

The only winner around noon was the oil and gas sector, which has been benefiting from rising crude oil prices again for some time. In the Eurostoxx 50, for example, the Italian Eni and Enel and the French Total and Engie topped the list. In an industry study, Goldman Sachs analyst Michele della Vigna also pointed to other structural advantages that suggest a phase of rising earnings that is likely to be several years.

The Swiss telecom group Sunrise was also well received by investors after progress in filling various top positions became known. The company is now getting a new chief financial officer after his predecessor was appointed as the new CEO late last week. The highly criticized Chairman of the Board of Directors Peter Kurer will also no longer stand for election at the Annual General Meeting in April 2020, nor will Vice Chairman Peter Schöpfer. The share recently gained a good two and a half percent.

MANNHEIM (dpa-AFX) — Mannheim has been the Mecca of the German fund scene for 19 years. At the end of January, thousands of investment advisors flocked to the centrally located industrial city to learn at the annual industry congress how they can generate at least some return in the zero interest world. But anyone who believed that they could indulge in mammon in the venerable Rosengarten conference center without any remorse was probably mistaken: the trade visitors were confronted with the catchphrase ESG on almost every corner "Environment, social responsibility and good corporate governance" stands. Asset manager Bert Flossbach calculated that 27 out of 30 lectures revolved around the topic of ESG in one way or another.

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Even during the breaks, there was hardly a way around the topic of sustainability: Anyone who wanted to eat salad or cake had to use dishes made from pressed leaves of the betel nut palm for the first time and then properly dispose of them in specially prepared jute bags. Even before the start of the congress, the visitors were given their conscience: Between the cloakroom and the toilet, the environmental start-up Treedom collected money so that small farmers in Brazil, for example, can reforest a bit of the rainforest.

So it was only logical that shortly after the opening of the congress, Wolfgang Grupp, a real key witness on the topic of sustainability, sat on the podium. The colorful entrepreneur is the managing director of the textile company Trigema and made a fiery plea against mass madness and for needs-based management. Of course he was an egoist and wanted to make money, he said. At the same time, however, he also knows that he has to treat his employees well so that they are satisfied. Sounds like a top investment idea, but unfortunately Trigema is managed as the legal form of a registered businessman, with Grupp as the sole owner. The company does not issue any shares and, according to its own information, does not even have a bank loan.

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Investors don’t have to hope that Trigema will go public at some point, as the range of sustainable investments is growing rapidly. Worldwide, the assets under management in this way in the five leading markets increased by around a third to almost 31 trillion US dollars between 2016 and 2018, according to the latest report by the World Association of Sustainable Investment. In the USA, these systems already make up a quarter of the market. In Europe it is almost half.

The trend is fueled on the one hand by the market power of large financial groups, but also by the requirements of the supervisors. So should investors in the European Union "green" In the future, it will be easier to identify investments and financial products in order to advance climate protection. Something similar is happening at the global level. The number of global sustainability policies has increased significantly in recent years, said Karen Ward, senior capital markets strategist for Europe, Africa and the Middle East at asset manager J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Your conclusion for the industry is clear: "ESG is the biggest transformation of this decade."

A letter from the head of the world’s largest asset manager Blackrock to the world’s most important corporate bosses caused a bang. Larry Fink wrote: "Climate risk is also an investment risk" and "We will get rid of investments that pose a significant sustainability risk, such as the securities of coal producers".

Now Blackrock is somewhat in a quandary because the group offers index products, among other things, and so by definition also has to invest in less environmentally friendly industries with high CO2 emissions, for example. But for investment professionals it is clear where the journey is headed. Fund manager Klaus Kaldemorgen from Deutsche Bank subsidiary DWS sees oil stocks under pressure in the future. This sector "large investors hardly touch any more", he said at a panel of experts at the Mannheim Congress.

In his letter, Fink positively emphasized that "sustainable and climate-conscious portfolios can offer investors better risk-adjusted returns". And the Blackrock boss is right on this point, said Thomas Schulz, who holds a doctorate in business administration and who offers a further training program on the subject at the European Business School. In a highly regarded evaluation of over 2,200 studies a few years ago, Hamburg scientists came to the conclusion that ecologically and ethically correct investing can be worthwhile for investors.

However, the best ESG investment ideas are of no use if the equity markets in particular come under general pressure. In this regard, most of the experts at the fund congress gave the all-clear, especially since the central banks continue to step on the gas and should keep the money cheap. Furthermore, according to the overwhelming opinion of the experts, the economic consequences of the spread of the novel coronavirus are manageable.

In this country, the economy is likely to continue to develop weakly this year, said Lars Feld. Since March 2011, the economist has been a member of the Advisory Board for assessing macroeconomic developments. However, the economy is currently only changing from over- to normal utilization, which is not a warning sign.

If the economy actually continues to run reasonably well, Trigema could also continue to do good business with individual work and tennis clothing. The company has recently started advertising again with its famous talking monkey — for animal welfare reasons, however, this is now a computer animation./la/kro/mis— Von Lutz Alexander, dpa-AFX —

Washington (AP) — In the conflict with Iran, the US is sending numerous other soldiers to Saudi Arabia. In addition, two Patriot missile defense systems and two fighter jet squadrons to defend the country would be relocated there, the Pentagon said.

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Together with other transfers within the past month, it is a troop reinforcement of a total of 3,000 soldiers in the region. Tensions between the US and Iran have escalated since the attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia in mid-September.

The Pentagon stressed on Friday: "The United States does not seek a conflict with the Iranian regime." Defense Secretary Mark Esper said at a press conference that followed that the aim was to send a message to the Iranians: "Don’t attack other sovereign states, threaten American interests or American troops, or we’ll respond.

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