Learn more about the German Stock Exchange
Germany has some most significant stock exchanges in the world. Founded in 1558 Hamburg Stock Exchange is the oldest stock exchange of Germany .Hamburg and Hanover Stock Exchanges merged together to form the BOAG Borsen AG. Frankfurt stock Exchange is the biggest and most important stock exchange in the world. Owned and operated by Deutsche Börse, it has over 90 percent of turnover in the German market and a big share in the European market. With a total turnover of 5.2 Trillion € per year & 300 market participants Frankfurt Stock Exchange reaches to apposition of the world’s 3rd largest for stock exchange and 6th largest market capitalization. The trading index in Frankfurt is DAX, DAXplus, CDAX, DivDAX, LDAX, MDAX, SDAX, TecDAX, VDAX and EuroStoxx 50.
The German stock market was opened to foreign investors and market participants through Xetra.About 47% of the 300 market participants in Frankfurt come from abroad. Germany’s second largest stock exchange is Stuttgart Stock Exchange. Berlin Stock Exchange merged with Borse Bremen to form Borse Berlin-Bremen. Dusseldorf Borse and Hannover Stock Exchanges are other two important stock exchanges of the country.
Germany Stock exchanges & addresses:
Frankfurt Stock Exchange Borsenplatz 4, Frankfurt-am-Main
Munchen Stock Exchange Munich, Germany
Stuttgart Stock Exchange Konigstrasse 28, Stuttgart
Hanover Stock Exchange Rathenaustrasse 2, Hanover
Berlin Stock Exchange Fasanenstrasse 85, Berlin
Bavarian Stock Exchange Lenbachplatz 2(A), Munich
Dusseldorf Stock Exchange Ernst-Schneider-Platz 1, Dusseldorf
Bremen Stock Exchange Obernstrasse 2-12, Bremen
Deutsche Terminborse Boersenplatz 4, Frankfurt-am-Main
Hamburg Stock Exchange Schauenburgerstrasse 49, Hamburg