2-DAX® (TR) EUR (DE0008469008) | Qontigo (2023)

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DAX® tracks the performance of the 40 largest companies listed on the Regulated Market of Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse (FWB®, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange) that fulfil certain minimum quality and profitability requirements. Constituent selection is based on free float market capitalization. DAX is primarily calculated as a performance index and is therefore one of the few major country indices that also takes dividend yields into account, thus fully reflecting the actual performance of an investment in the index portfolio.

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Recognized

DAX is the defining index for the German equity market, it serves as underlying for financial products (options, futures, ETFs, structured products) and for benchmarking purposes

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Transparent

Index calculation and changes to the index composition follow publicly available transparent rules. Please visit the Guide to the DAX Equity Indices for a complete overview

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Diversified across sectors

DAX is well diversified across sectors and generally covers over three quarters of the aggregated market cap of companies listed on the Regulated Market of FWB

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Well balanced

Diversification is achieved by incorporating a capping factor of 10% at component level, which ensures that no component can dominate the index

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High quality

Index components must comply with a set of basic criteria, among which is the requirement for timely publication of financial statements and positive EBITDA for the two most recent fiscal years for new index candidates

Index methodology

Index composition is determined on the basis of a clear and publicly available set of rules.

The basic criteria for including companies in DAX are: an existing listing on the Regulated Market of the FWB (Frankfurt Stock Exchange), continuous trading on Xetra®, minimum free float of 10%, legal headquarters or operating headquarters in Germany, timely publication of audited Annual Financial Report, half-yearly Financial Reports and Quarterly Statements.

To be included in DAX, a company that is not an index component yet, must satisfy the following FWB minimum liquidity requirement: minimum order book volume over the last 12 months of 1 bn EUR or turnover rate of 20%. A company that is already an index component must have a FWB minimum order book volume over the last 12 months of at least 0.8 bn EUR or show a turnover rate of 10%. In order to be eligible for DAX, companies that are not components of DAX at the time the ranking list is compiled must show a positive EBITDA for the two most recent fiscal years.

The selection of index components is based on free float market capitalization. The index composition is reviewed quarterly based on the Fast Exist and Fast Entry rules and semi-annually based on the Regular Exit and Regular Entry rules.

The index weighting of an individual share is capped at 10%.

The number of DAX holdings was increased from 30 to 40 effective September 20, 2021.

Deutsche Börse Group has been calculating DAX since July 1, 1988. In September 2019, STOXX Ltd. started administering DAX.

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The EURO STOXX 50 Index, Europe’s leading blue-chip index for the Eurozone, provides a blue-chip representation of supersector leaders in the region. The index covers 50 stocks from 8Eurozone countries:Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain. The EURO STOXX 50 Index is licensed to financial institutions to serve as an underlying for a wide range of investment products such as exchange-traded funds (ETFs), futures, options and structured products worldwide.

The following single-country sub-indices are derived from the EURO STOXX 50 Index: EURO STOXX 50 Subindex France, EURO STOXX 50 Subindex Germany, EURO STOXX 50 Subindex Italy, EURO STOXX 50 Subindex Netherlands and EURO STOXX 50 Subindex Spain. Each one covers EURO STOXX 50 components from the indicated country.

Index Guides, Benchmark statement, and other reports are available under the Data tab.

EURO STOXX 50®

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DAX® tracks the performance of the 40 largest companies listed on the Regulated Market of Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse (FWB®, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange) that fulfil certain minimum quality and profitability requirements. Constituent selection is based on free-float market capitalization. Until September 20, 2021, the number of DAX components was 30.

The basic criteria for including companies in DAX are: an existing listing on the Regulated Market of the FWB (Frankfurt Stock Exchange), continuous trading on Xetra®, minimum free float of 10%, legal headquarters or operating headquarters in Germany, timely publication of audited Annual Financial Report, half-yearly Financial Reports and Quarterly Statements.

Deutsche Börse Group has been calculating DAX since July 1, 1988. In September 2019, STOXX Ltd. started administering DAX.

Index Guides, Benchmark statement, and other reports are available under the “Data & Methodology” tab.

DAX® (TR) EUR

14541.38

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1Y Return

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1Y Volatility

0.24%

MDAX® focuses on midcap companies by tracking the performance of the 50 stocks which follow DAX® companies in terms of size or that are not eligible for DAX inclusion because they don’t fulfil its profitability requirement and that fulfil minimum quality requirements. The selection of index components is based on free float market capitalization. The index weighting of an individual share is capped at 10%.

The basic criteria for including companies in MDAX are: an existing listing on the Regulated Market of the FWB® Frankfurt Stock Exchange, continuous trading on Xetra®, minimum free float of 10%, legal headquarters or operating headquarters in Germany, timely publication of audited Annual Financial Report, half-yearly Financial Reports and Quarterly Statements.

The number of holdings was decreased from 60 to 50 on September 20, 2021.

Index Guides, Benchmark statement, and other reports are available under the “Data & Methodology” tab.

MDAX® (TR) EUR

SDAX® focuses on smaller companies by tracking the performance of the 70 companies which follow after MDAX® companies in terms of size and that fulfill minimum quality requirements. The selection of index components is based on free-float market capitalization. The index weighting of an individual share is capped at 10%.

The basic criteria for including companies in SDAX are: an existing listing on the Regulated Market of the FWB® Frankfurt Stock Exchange, continuous trading on Xetra®, minimum free float of 10%, legal headquarters or operating headquarters in Germany, timely publication of audited Annual Financial Report, half-yearly Financial Reports and Quarterly Statements.

Index Guides, Benchmark statement, and other reports are available under the “Data & Methodology” tab.

SDAX® (TR) EUR

12511.05

-71.62

1Y Return

-25.32%

1Y Volatility

0.27%

TecDAX® includes the 30 largest companies classified as belonging to the “technology” sector and that fulfil minimum quality requirements. The selection of index components is based on free float market capitalization. The index weighting of an individual share is capped at 10%.

The basic criteria for including companies in TecDAX are: an existing listing on the Regulated Market of the FWB® Frankfurt Stock Exchange, continuous trading on Xetra®, minimum free float of 10%, legal headquarters or operating headquarters in Germany, timely publication of audited Annual Financial Report, half-yearly Financial Reports and Quarterly Statements.

Index Guides, Benchmark statement, and other reports are available under the “Data & Methodology” tab.

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FAQs

Is GER40 the same as GER30? ›

The GER40 is the new name for the Deutscher Aktien Index (DAX), or the GER30 as it was commonly known. It is Germany's leading stock market index. It tracks the largest blue-chip businesses on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange based on their market value and liquidity.

What is DAX 50? ›

From this universe, the DAX® 50 ESG tracks the performance of the 50 largest, most liquid German market stocks that have passed standardized ESG screens related to Global Standards Screening, as well as the involvement in controversial weapons, tobacco production, thermal coal, nuclear power and military contracting, ...

How is the DAX index calculated? ›

The prices used to calculate the DAX Index come through Xetra, an electronic trading system. A free-float methodology is used to calculate the index weightings along with a measure of the average trading volume.

How is the DAX weighted? ›

The DAX Stock Index is calculated based on the free-float adjusted market-cap weighted index methodology.

Did GER30 change to GER40? ›

The GER40 is the new name for the Deutscher Aktien Index (DAX), or the GER30 as it was commonly known. It is Germany's leading stock market index. It tracks the largest blue-chip businesses on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange based on their market value and liquidity.

How do I trade GER40? ›

By opening an account at PrimeXBT, you will have access to our world-class online platform. By looking in the “CFD” list, you will find GER40. Click the “Trade” button and fill in the necessary details in the popup window to place your trade.

What does DAX 30 stand for? ›

The DAX (Deutscher Aktienindex (German stock index); German pronunciation: [daks] ( listen)) is a stock market index consisting of the 40 major German blue chip companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is a total return index.

What DAX stands for? ›

Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a library of functions and operators that can be combined to build formulas and expressions in Power BI, Analysis Services, and Power Pivot in Excel data models.

Is DAX language hard to learn? ›

DAX is simple, meaning that the fundamentals of the language are not complex. They are simple, and there are few of them. But you need to train yourself again and again, until you really master and understand them. If you succeed, then DAX is also easy.

What is DAX value? ›

The VALUES function (DAX) returns a one-column table that contains the distinct values from the specified table or column. In other words, duplicate values are removed and only unique values are returned. You can also check the Microsoft documentation for this function here.

Which country is DAX Index? ›

The DAX Index is the benchmark index for the German equity market. It tracks the performance of 30 selected German blue chip stocks traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, which represent around 80 percent of the market capitalization listed in Germany.

What is the benefit of DAX? ›

Benefits of DAX Functions

For instance, with DAX, you can manipulate your data dynamically by using select, join, filter, and many more commands. This way users can give input to your Power BI dashboard and it will dynamically generate data including Calculated Columns, Tables, and Measures.

What is the PE ratio of the DAX? ›

The current trailing P/E ratio of the index is 11.08 (6/30/2022). The DAX index is considered as the benchmark index for the German stock market.

Is DAX A weighted index? ›

Germany's DAX 30 Index, also known as The DAX Index or The DAX for short, is a blue chip stock market index made up of the 30 largest, most actively traded companies listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It's a capitalization-weighted (or "cap-weighted") index.

Is GER30 the same as dax40? ›

What is the DAX Index? The DAX, which is sometimes referred to as the GER 30 or DAX 30, is Germany's blue chip stock index of the country's major companies.

Is DAX 30 a GER30? ›

DAX (GER 30) is a stock index that appeared in FSE in 1988 with the reference price set at 1000 in 1987. Originally inherited the stock index in Germany, it is the GER 30 consisting of 30 companies out of the best German companies. By the way, all 30 companies are listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

What currency is GER30? ›

An index of the top 40 companies (by market capitalization) listed on the German stock exchange – another name for the DAX.

What is the best time to trade the DAX? ›

The main trading hours for the DAX 30 index are between 09:00 and 17:30 CET, though Deutsche Börse also calculates the early DAX (08:00 – 09:00 CET) and late DAX (17:30 – 22:00 CET) for trading out-of-hours.

Is German DAX open today? ›

The DAX opens at 8am and closes at 4.30pm (UK time), Monday to Friday. Deutsche Börse (the Frankfurt Stock Exchange) also calculates the late DAX (4.30pm-9pm UK time) and early DAX (7am-8am UK time) for out-of-hours prices. Note, these hours may vary as the UK and Germany shift to and from daylight savings time.

What time does NAS100 open? ›

Index CFDs
Index CFDsLocal hours (GMT +11)Trading hours (GMT+2)
FRA4016:00-06:0009:00-22:55
NAS10008:00-06:15, 06:30-06:59 (Saturday close 06:55)01:00 - 23:15, 23:30 - 23:59 (Friday close 23:55)
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What is another name for US30? ›

The US30, also referred to as the Dow Jones Industrial Average or simply the Dow, is the oldest stock index in the world.

What is GER30 in mt4? ›

The GER30 Index, or Dax 30, is the leading stock market index in Germany. It includes the 30 largest companies listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, weighted by market value, and was launched in 1988. Prominent members of the index include BMW, Adidas, Bayer, Deutsche Bank, Lufthansa, SAP and Volkswagen.

Can I trade DAX futures? ›

You can trade the DAX index directly on its cash (spot) price using CFDs via our Germany 40 index. This is the most direct way to access the performance of the DAX via CFDs with us.

Is DAX a currency? ›

Currency DAX Data type

The Currency data type, also known as Fixed Decimal Number in Power BI, stores a fixed decimal number. It can represent four decimal points and it is internally stored as a 64-bit integer value divided by 10,000.

Where is DAX used? ›

Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a formula expression language used in Analysis Services, Power BI, and Power Pivot in Excel. DAX formulas include functions, operators, and values to perform advanced calculations and queries on data in related tables and columns in tabular data models.

How many DAX functions are there? ›

The DAX function reference provides detailed information including syntax, parameters, return values, and examples for each of the over 250 functions used in Data Analysis Expression (DAX) formulas.

How can I learn DAX for free? ›

The best way to learn DAX is to create some basic formulas, use it with some actual data, and see the results for yourself. The examples and tasks here use the Contoso Sample DAX Formulas. xlsx workbook.

What language is the hardest to master? ›

Mandarin

As mentioned before, Mandarin is unanimously considered the most difficult language to master in the world! Spoken by over a billion people in the world, the language can be extremely difficult for people whose native languages use the Latin writing system.

Which language is very hardest to learn? ›

Generally, if you're an English speaker with no exposure to other languages, here are some of the most challenging and difficult languages to learn:
  • Mandarin Chinese.
  • Arabic.
  • Vietnamese.
  • Finnish.
  • Japanese.
  • Korean.

Why do we need DAX variable? ›

Using variables in your DAX formulas can help you write more complex and efficient calculations. Variables can improve performance, reliability, readability, and reduce complexity. In this article, we'll demonstrate the first three benefits by using an example measure for year-over-year (YoY) sales growth.

How does DAX calculate growth rate? ›

The formula simply calculates by subtracting Profits LY from Total Profits, and then divide it by the Profits made last year. So if the profits this year are exactly the same as the profits made last year, there's zero growth.

How do I invest in DAX Index? ›

Like any stock index, you can't invest directly in the DAX. You can, however, invest in exchange traded funds that are designed to track the DAX's price. Or you can buy shares in the businesses that make up the index.

What is the best DAX ETF? ›

The best DAX ETF by 1-year fund return as of 31.10.22
1iShares Core DAX® UCITS ETF (DE) EUR (Dist)-15.94%
2Lyxor Core DAX (DR) UCITS ETF-15.95%
3Xtrackers DAX UCITS ETF 1C-15.95%

What is the main stock index in Europe? ›

The EURO STOXX 50 is a major stock market index which tracks the performance of 50 Blue-chip companies based in twelve Euro Area countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.

Which DAX is best for waves? ›

DAX Neat Waves infused with 100% Lanolin, Neat Waves will moisturize and soften your hair while providing the perfect hold for the perfect style.

Is DAX good for dry hair? ›

Description. DAX Kocatah is specially compounded with Coconut Oil and a proprietary blend of ingredients. It is an extremely effective treatment for dry scalp, dandruff, and itching. DAX Kocatah also helps reduce hair breakage and split ends.

Which DAX is good for hair growth? ›

DAX Hair Food Plus 4 is enriched with special ingredients to help hair remain healthy and manageable. With daily application, this nutrient rich treatment can help promote healthier hair and scalp.

Is 30 a good PE ratio? ›

A P/E of 30 is high by historical stock market standards. This type of valuation is usually placed on only the fastest-growing companies by investors in the company's early stages of growth. Once a company becomes more mature, it will grow more slowly and the P/E tends to decline.

What is the perfect PE ratio? ›

Average PE of Nifty in the last 20 years was around 20. * So PEs below 20 may provide good investment opportunities; lower the PE below 20, more attractive the investment potential.

Is 1 A good PE ratio? ›

Although earnings growth rates can vary among different sectors, a stock with a PEG of less than 1 is typically considered undervalued because its price is considered low compared to the company's expected earnings growth.

What are the two types of DAX functions? ›

You can create two types of expressions or calculations using DAX in Power BI; calculated columns and calculated measures.

What is difference between DAX and Nasdaq? ›

Assuming the 90 days horizon Nasdaq is expected to under-perform the DAX. In addition to that, Nasdaq is 1.46 times more volatile than DAX. It trades about -0.05 of its total potential returns per unit of risk. DAX is currently generating about -0.03 per unit of volatility.

What is the difference between DAX and measure? ›

Measures and calculated columns both use DAX expressions. The difference is the context of evaluation. A measure is evaluated in the context of the cell evaluated in a report or in a DAX query, whereas a calculated column is computed at the row level within the table it belongs to.

How can I improve my DAX performance? ›

Before you run your queries, you have to clear the cache first because other users may not use the cache that is embedded in the calculation. This will make your DAX work faster in providing results. One of the best practices is to always clear the cache before doing any type of optimization.

How does DAX calculate forecast? ›

Our forecasting is based on a few basic DAX queries that will help us determine these key measures:
  1. Total Sales = Sum of sales to date.
  2. Sales Last Year (Sales LY) = Total of last year's sales.
  3. Sales 2 years Ago (Sales 2yrs Ago) = Total of sales from two years ago.
  4. Sales Forecast = Total forecasted sales for current year.
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How do I calculate working days in DAX? ›

Calculate working days in DAX
  1. count_workdays = NETWORKDAYS( DATE(2022,10,1), //start date DATE(2022,10,31), //end date 7 )
  2. count_workdays_include_holidays = NETWORKDAYS( DATE(2022,10,1), DATE(2022,10,31), 7, { DATE(2022,10,4), DATE(2022,10,5) } )
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What is the other name for GER30? ›

The GER30 Index, or Dax 30, is the leading stock market index in Germany. It includes the 30 largest companies listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, weighted by market value, and was launched in 1988.

What DAX stand for? ›

Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a library of functions and operators that can be combined to build formulas and expressions in Power BI, Analysis Services, and Power Pivot in Excel data models.

Is DAX and de30 the same? ›

Instrument description. The DE 30 (underlying DAX 30) is a stock index that represents 30 of the largest and most liquid German companies that trade on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, and contains worldwide brands like Adidas, Deutsche Bank and BMW.

What does DAX mean in German? ›

The DAX index (Deutscher Aktienindex (German stock index)) is the German stock market index consisting of the 40 major German companies. All those companies are traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange via the Xetra trading venue.

What time does ger30 move? ›

It consists of the 30 largest companies listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange based on the market capitalization and liquidity. The trading hours for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange take place from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CET.

How does euro affect DAX? ›

For instance, if the EUR/USD currency pair advances, the DAX index usually depreciates, and on the other hand, when the Euro depreciates against USD, the DAX moves up. This phenomenon is used by traders to develop a successful trading strategy.

Is DE40 same as DE30? ›

The symbol name DE30 will be renamed to DE40 across all live and demo MT4/MT5 accounts.

What is GER30 on mt4? ›

The GER30's underlying instrument is the DAX index future. The DAX is a blue chip stock market index consisting of the 40 major German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange: Examples are BASF, SAP, Bayer, Allianz etc.

How much does it cost to trade a GER30? ›

The GER30 has a minimum value of €0.10 per point (Your per point value may be different if your account is denominated in a different currency. Please refer to the Simple Dealing Rates Window in Trading Station for this value). The pip/point location is shown below. Each 1.0 price movement on the GER30 is 1 pip/point.

How do I invest in DAX in Germany? ›

Investing in the DAX

Like any stock index, you can't invest directly in the DAX. You can, however, invest in exchange traded funds that are designed to track the DAX's price. Or you can buy shares in the businesses that make up the index.

Is US30 and usa30 the same? ›

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), also known as the Dow Jones, Dow, USA 30 or US30, is a stock market index that measures the stock performance of 30 large publicly-listed companies on the United States stock exchanges.

Is de40 the same as DAX? ›

The Germany 40, also known as the Deutscher Aktienindex or DAX, is a stock market index that reflects the performance of 40 largest and most liquid blue-chip German entities listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Deutsche Börse).

Why did the Ger30 drop today? ›

Ger30 is falling badly. Turkey doubled the tariff on some US imports as a retaliation so we are expecting Trump to trump. Also, China filed complained in World Trade Organization on the tariff imposed. Technically, if this pattern is validated with the continuation of red, it will be a deadly one!

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