- World shares flat, dollar steady before Fed decision[Reuters] - LONDON (Reuters) - European equities edged higher on Wednesday, with volatility expected to be high and volumes light as investors look to the U.S. Federal Reserve for clues on how soon it may start to ...(19 Jun 2013 16:01:33)
- European stocks drop with Fed update in sight[at MarketWatch] - European stock markets move lower in choppy action as investors remain cautious ahead of the much-anticipated monetary-policy decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve.(19 Jun 2013 15:59:15)
- EU Considers Minimum Bank Rule for Loss-Absorbing Liabilities(19 Jun 2013 15:54:10)
- EU entry to help Croatia public finances but growth seen weak - Reuters Poll(19 Jun 2013 15:53:33)
- EU entry to help Croatia public finances but growth seen weak - Reuters Poll[Reuters] - ZAGREB (Reuters) - Croatia will struggle to get its finances in order after it joins the European Union on July 1 but its entry will reduce the risk that the government will have to seek IMF aid, a Reuters ...(19 Jun 2013 15:53:33)
- Is Commerzbank Ax Enough?(19 Jun 2013 15:41:02)
- [video] President Obama Speaks in Germany(19 Jun 2013 14:35:00)
- Schaeuble Removes States’ Fiscal Compact Veto With Flood Fund(19 Jun 2013 14:15:40)
- Analysis - Half-way to lost decade, Europe's growth task as tough as ever[Reuters] - LONDON (Reuters) - Half-way towards a lost decade for Europe's economy, pessimism persists about the political will to halt a worrying slide in the region's potential growth. Without sweeping reforms to ...(19 Jun 2013 14:04:02)
- EU fines Lundbeck and others 146 mln euros for blocking rival drugs[Reuters] - BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European antitrust regulators fined nine drugmakers, including Denmark's Lundbeck , a total of 146 million euros $195 million (124 million pounds) for blocking the supply of a cheaper ...(19 Jun 2013 13:58:19)
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.