- Wall Street Futures Rebound as Investors Push US Government Shutdown Fears AsideA potential U.S. government shutdown is keeping equity market sentiment in check Friday as the dollar holds near three year lows and benchmark 10-year bond yields rise to the highest level since September ...(19 Jan 2018 12:08:00 +0000)
- Kushner’s Deutsche Bank-Backed Property Stung by Tenant TroublesIn a six-floor retail space near Times Square, the Guy Fieri restaurant has closed and construction hasn’t begun on celebrity chef Todd English’s food hall. A tourist attraction featuring a 1/87th scale ...(19 Jan 2018 09:00:00 +0000)
- Europe Books Cautious Gains, Wall Street Slips as U.S. Government Shutdown LoomsA potential U.S. government shutdown is keeping equity market sentiment in check Friday as the dollar holds near three year lows and benchmark 10-year bond yields rise to the highest level since September ...(19 Jan 2018 08:30:00 +0000)
- DAX Index Daily Fundamental Forecast – January 19, 2018The DAX index is likely to consolidate and range upto to the ECB meeting next week(19 Jan 2018 07:22:08 +0000)
- DAX Price Forecast January 19, 2018, Technical AnalysisThe German index has been very noisy over the last several sessions, essentially going nowhere though. That of course is common, after seeing a move to the upside that has recently occurred. The 24-hour exponential moving average also tells us that we are going sideways.(19 Jan 2018 05:17:37 +0000)
- Asian shares mixed as US government shutdown threat loomsHONG KONG (AP) — Asian stock markets were uneven and the dollar fell on Friday following Wall Street's retreat as the threat of a U.S. federal government shutdown loomed on the weekend.(19 Jan 2018 02:59:36 +0000)
- BASF Aims to Muscle Itself Onto Battery Materials' Top TableBASF SE is prepared to dig deep, pouring money and expertise into developing materials for electric-vehicle batteries to catch up with rivals like Tesla Inc. supplier Sumitomo Metals & Mining Co.(18 Jan 2018 23:01:00 +0000)
- Daimler, Bosch hit by walkouts in sector-wide labour disputeSome 44,000 German workers at companies including Mercedes maker Daimler (DAIGn.DE) and automotive supplier Bosch took part in industrial action on Thursday as powerful labour union IG Metall and employers held regional wage talks. Citing robust German economic growth and record low joblessness, IG Metall union is demanding 6 percent more pay for 3.9 million metals and engineering workers across Germany. It has also embarked on its first major campaign for shorter working hours in more than three decades, demanding that workers gain the right to reduce their weekly hours to 28 from 35 to care for children or elderly or sick relatives, and then return to full-time employment after two years.(18 Jan 2018 18:43:46 +0000)
- BASF says 2017 adjusted EBIT up 32 percent on basic chemicalsBASF (BASFn.DE) said operating earnings jumped 32 percent last year, boosted by gains at its oil and gas as well as its crop protection units, the German chemicals maker said on Thursday, in an unscheduled release of unaudited figures. "The BASF Group's key earnings figures for the 2017 business year significantly exceed analyst estimates," the company said on Thursday, adding that strong demand for its basic chemicals was offsetting the effect of higher input costs at its specialty products. Earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) for 2017, adjusted for one-offs, were up 32 percent at 8.3 billion euros (7.33 billion pounds), beating the average analyst estimate of 7.9 billion euros, according to a consensus posted on BASF's website.(18 Jan 2018 17:16:37 +0000)
- European stocks edge up as Chinese data, chip makers cheers tradersEuropean stocks notched modest gains, with chip makers boosted by an encouraging forecast on U.S. sales and the broader market welcoming the release of upbeat economic growth and industrial output data ...(18 Jan 2018 17:11:39 +0000)
The Frankfurt DAX (Deutscher Aktien IndeX) is made up of 30 major German companies from the Frankfurt Xetra exchange, and is also very important and closely watched in Europe overall, as Germany is the largest and most fiscally secure economy in the EuroZone.
All of these 30 companies are in compliance with Prime Standard’s transparency rules, which include a higher level of regulatory disclosures. It is traded as the DAX30, DAX-30, GDAXI, IND, DAXXF.
See a Frankfurt German DAX 30 Index on a heat map today.