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The DAX 30 Index (Deutscher Aktienindex) is a blue-chip stock market index consisting of the thirty biggest companies in Germany in terms of market cap, traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The base date for the DAX 30 is December 30, 1987, and from a base value of 1,000. The DAX price index followed the Börsen-Zeitung index, which historically extends back to 1959.

Some of the German companies listed in the DAX 30 are Adidas (ADS), Bayer (BAYN), BASF (BAS), Daimler (DAI), Siemens (SIE), Allianz (ALV) and Henkel (HEN). The DAX 30 is used worldwide as a leading index for the German economy and serves as the basis for more than 150,000 financial products. The selection of companies in the DAX index is based on the quantitative criteria of order book volume and free float market capitalization.

The reporting date for collecting data is the last trading day of the month for which the ranking list is created. The ranking list is created and published monthly by Deutsche Börse AG. The index composition of DAX is reviewed every September based on the Regular Exit and Regular Entry rules.

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Premarket: DAX Index Set To Fall As Germany Warns US Hedge Funds

The DAX index is set to pare gains made yesterday as investors reacted to the latest statements by German economic minister, Peter Altmaier. In a statement, he warned foreign investors and big hedge funds against rushing to take over the country’s top companies now that their valuations have plummeted. He [...]

Soft US and Euro Area PMI Suggests Sharp Economic Contraction in US and Europe

The stock markets have been suggesting it for a while, and that is probably why they ignored the latest PMI figures from the US and Euro area. A two trillion USD fiscal stimulus is also helping the mood amongst investors. On March 24, we received a comprehensive update on the...

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Premarket: DAX Index Lags Despite Washington Stimulus Deal

DAX index futures lagged other European indices as investors waited for more details on a government stimulus package. As at 0700 GMT, the futures were up by just 0.50% while the CAC and FTSE were up by more than 8% and 1.50% respectively....

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DAX Index Set to Fall to 2014 Lows as Merkel Quarantines

The DAX index is set to decline by more than 2% as the number of Covid-19 cases in Germany increased over the weekend. According to the country’s health ministry, the number of confirmed cases has risen to more than 24k. According to World of Meters, Germany has the fifth-highest number [...]
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DAX Index Higher As Central Banks Inject Liquidity

Dax index started the day with a gap up and continues in positive territory for the second day in a row as investors digest the relief packages announced by many countries around the globe. The German finance ministry reiterated that would take all necessary measures to combat the coronavirus outbreak.

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DAX Index Turns Red Despite The ECB Stimulus

Dax index despite a positive start turned lower a of writing as the easing package from European Central Bank failed to calm investors. ECB announced earlier a bond buying program of 750 billion of company and government debt across the eurozone in an emergency move to offset the coronavirus outbreak...

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DAX Index Slumps As Coronavirus Impact Intensifies

Dax index slumps in early trading after a weak Asian trading session as investors worry about the coronavirus outbreak impact. The Wall Street futures are 3.89% lower....

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