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FRANKFURT, Feb 28 (Reuters) - The DAX top-30 index looked set to open 0.1 percent higher on Tuesday, according to premarket data from brokerage Lang & Schwarz at 0710 GMT.
The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks:
Bailout inspectors will resume talks with the government on Tuesday to try to complete a review of the country's compliance with agreed reforms that has dragged on for months, the finance ministry said on Monday.
Indicated 0.5 percent lower
Losses at TaylorMade are much greater than many potential bidders for Adidas' golf business anticipated, causing suitors to walk away, New York Post reported, citing sources.
Indicated 0.3 percent higher
The carmaker has picked the head of its North American trucks division to run group-wide truck operations, it said on Monday, avoiding a lengthy search for a successor to departed chief Wolfgang Bernhard.
Indicated 0.4 percent lower
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) had doubts about the suitability of Deutsche Boerse CEO Carsten Kengeter to lead a combined company after insider trading allegations were made against him, two sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Indicated 0.2 percent higher
Annual report due. The group already published preliminary results on Jan. 24 and raised its outlook slightly for the next four years.
Indicated 0.5 percent higher
The carmaker's supervisory board has decided to cut executives' pensions to 40 percent of base salary from previously 50 percent, German daily Bild reported, citing no sources.
Down 0.2 percent in early Frankfurt trade
Airbus said on Monday it had appointed a new head of its troubled A400M airlifter project as well as a deputy leader of its broader military aircraft business, confirming an earlier Reuters report.
Indicated 1.5 percent higher
The builder said it expected its revenues to rise by more than 10 percent this year, after they fell by nearly 6 percent in 2016.
Indicated 1.3 percent lower
The steelmaker said it would focus on growth and innovation after years of restructuring that helped lift its pretax profit to a better-than-expected 57 million euros ($60.4 million) in 2016 from just 4 million a year earlier.
Up 1.7 percent in early Frankfurt trade
Steinhoff reported a 45 percent jump in first-quarter revenues to 5.3 billion euros.
Indicated 1.1 percent lower
The group reported a 12 percent gain in fourth-quarter underlying operating profit, with revenues up 17 percent.
Down 0.5 percent in early Frankfurt trade
Q4 results due.
ALLIANZ - Morgan Stanley raises to "equal weight" from "underweight", lifts target price to 184 euros from 161 euros
LEG IMMOBILIEN - Societe Generale cuts to "hold" from "buy"
RHOEN-KLINIKUM - Jefferies cuts to "underperform" from "buy", cuts price target to 17.60 euros from 28.40 euros
Dow Jones +0.1 pct, S&P 500 +0.1 pct, Nasdaq +0.3 pct at close.
Nikkei +0.1 pct, Shanghai stocks +0.4 pct.
Time: 7.13 GMT.
No economic data scheduled.
REUTERS TOP NEWS ($1 = 0.9439 euros) (Reporting by Andreas Cremer and Maria Sheahan)