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FRANKFURT, March 6 (Reuters) - The following are some of thefactors that may move German stocks on Tuesday:
Volkswagen is pondering a stock sale of its truck and busdivision as part of ongoing efforts to boost the group'sefficiency, the carmaker's chief executive said on Monday. VNAn.DE
Germany's biggest residential real estate company VonoviaVNAn.DE stuck with its guidance for an increase in 2018 coreprofit as it reported a 21 percent jump in 2017 earnings. SAPG.DE
Capital Markets Day due after market close.
Airbus AIR.PA has set a goal of tripling services revenuesfrom its commercial aircraft business to $10 billion withinseven years and sharply reducing the number of times its jetsare stranded on the ground for technical reasons, industrysources said. EVKn.DE
The chemicals put up for sale its methacrylates plasticsbusiness, which makes clear acrylic sheet and precursorchemicals. It also said fourth-quarter adjusted EBITDA rose to474 million euros, slightly below analysts' estimates of 479million. KGX.DE
Capital Markets Day due.
INDEX CHANGES AS OF MARCH 19:
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