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10,298.53 -17.09    -0.17%
28/08 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Germany
# Components: 30

  • Prev. Close: 10,298.53
  • Open: 10,333.80
  • Day's Range: 10,186.07 - 10,336.92
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DAX Overview

Prev. Close10,298.53
Volume78,726,501
Day's Range10,186.07 - 10,336.92
Open10,333.80
Average Vol. (3m)100,824,339
52 wk Range8354.97 - 12390.75
1-Year Return8.75%

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  Name Last Prev. High Low Chg. % Vol. Time
Deutsche Telekom AG. 15.215 15.215 15.345 15.075 -0.78% 9.85M 28/08  
Infineon AG 9.552 9.552 9.632 9.461 +0.30% 9.15M 28/08  
E.ON SE 10.285 10.285 10.285 10.095 +0.29% 7.77M 28/08  
Commerzbank AG 10.100 10.100 10.245 9.998 -1.03% 7.60M 28/08  
Deutsche Bank AG 26.375 26.375 26.580 26.130 -0.88% 4.60M 28/08  
RWE AG ST 14.015 14.015 14.060 13.835 -0.14% 4.24M 28/08  
Deutsche Post AG 24.730 24.730 24.875 24.505 -0.42% 3.94M 28/08  
Lufthansa AG 11.030 11.030 11.180 10.980 -1.16% 3.92M 28/08  
Daimler AG 72.450 72.450 73.050 71.370 -0.36% 3.78M 28/08  
BASF SE 71.880 71.880 72.150 70.900 +0.34% 2.64M 28/08  

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Name Last Chg. Chg. %
K&S AG 33.615 +0.290 +0.87%
Muench. Rueckvers. 164.050 +0.850 +0.52%
Linde AG 154.800 +0.700 +0.45%
Siemens AG 88.720 +0.350 +0.40%
BASF SE 71.880 +0.240 +0.34%

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Name Last Chg. Chg. %
Lufthansa AG 11.030 -0.130 -1.16%
Fresenius SE 62.590 -0.670 -1.06%
Commerzbank AG 10.100 -0.105 -1.03%
Deutsche Bank AG 26.375 -0.235 -0.88%
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Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 1 hour ago
Sooo…. I’m sitting here on a Sunday and thinking about my next move…. Pulled some historic charts….. March 2000 DAX @ 7600 dropped a bit, bounced and off down to 2500. Dec 2007 DAX @ 8000 dropped a bit, bounced and off down to 4000. Now DAX was @ 11600 dropped a bit, bounced back and ……….. and now you need to look at all the major indices and tell me what you see? All at historic highs! S&P500 is 25% higher than in 2000 and 2008, DAX is 50% higher! I mean all the indices have been pumped so hard, naturally they are ready to blow…. Some countries are already in recession and soon China and the rest of the world will follow… The train is leaving soon – don’t miss it as it might be the ride of your life! Look at the S&P500 chart and tell me you don’t see a cliff. https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=%5EGSPC#symbol=%5EGSPC;range=my
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 1 hour ago
Historically indices shed 50% of their value when a recession hits. Hence my earlier calls of 7000 as a bottom (1k for safety). Remember, by the time we call it a recession the train has already crashed and you missed the ride.... GLTA
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov 8 hours ago
This is true but it is not written in stone that every 7 years has to be a meltdown.In fact the historical highs are a result of the central banks policies for close to zero interest rates (which are still in action from the US to Japan,including the EU),so since the Fed are not 100% certain to raise the interest rate in September,especially after the China events the bull market could go on even in 2016.China-they are giving clear signals for problems but 4-5 % growth is not a recession.At the moment we are still touching the line of the uptrend for the last 6 years,so since you are watching the charts you will see that there are several periods like this that didn`t cause a major downfall but were actually part of the up move pattern and preceded the up swing.For me the most worrying fact is that China allowed its pension funds to invest on the stock market in its effort to strengthen it -smth similar happened in the US in 1929,and the bad state of markets like Russia and South
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov 8 hours ago
America.So at the moment things are 50/50 even 60/40 for a continuation of the bull market.
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov 8 hours ago
The panic from recent weeks was due to China moves,but what happens if they give positive result and Fed doesn`t raise rates?At the same time in your support we have another very major indicator -oil prices but we shall see what happens,I personally keep my equities and if I had the money I would have bought more during the downfall from the last weeks.
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 3 hours ago
I understand what you are saying but China has always been in a US/West induced slowdown... This time its different, this time is self inflicted. National debt at record highs, investors are pulling out etc. its a snowball that's getting bigger and bigger... China is running out of sticks to prop up its economy. One thing is certain, I'm going short into Tuesday, not expecting any good data out of China.
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Jack Franklin
Jack Franklin 12 hours ago
Some info for you guys (sure you all already know but just sharing in case). . The top 10 companies in the DAX have a combined weighting of just over 70% of the index so when doing your research it may also be a good idea to check these companies out. The list below is in order of weighting... . SIE SIEMENS AG NA 10.39% Industrial. EOA E.ON AG O.N. 10.15% Utilities. DTE DT.TELEKOM AG NA 8.40% Telecommunication. DBK DEUTSCHE BANK AG NA O.N. 7.50% Banks. ALV ALLIANZ AG VNA O.N. 7.03% Insurance. BAS BASF AG O.N. 6.22% Chemicals. DCX DAIMLERCHRYSLER AG NA O.N 5.75% Automobile. SAP SAP AG ST O.N. 5.73% Software. RWE RWE AG ST O.N. 4.82% Utilities. BAY BAYER AG O.N. 4.26% Chemicals. .
Jack Franklin
Jack Franklin 12 hours ago
sorry about the format that came out in, cant get it any other way - hope it makes sence
Obada Sinjab
Obada Sinjab Aug 29, 2015 5:57PM GMT
Can any body explain in simple English what will DAX and Crude Oil will be expected on Monday Cause I listened to this guy in fxempire and I didn't understand anything :) !!!!
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 16 hours ago
I hope you didn't listen to him last week. .. if you don't understand him, I don't think you should be trading with real money. What he is saying: if DAX goes above 10400, the market should continue to go up
Jack Franklin
Jack Franklin 13 hours ago
If you blindly follow recommendations from strangers on forums then it is likely that you will lose as you wont know how to play it when things go against you (and they will). Definitely worth doing your own research and defining your own strategies in this game IMO. By all means gather a general consensus of whether people are bearish or bullish etc. but i wouldn't recommend using that as your main source of information.. . Just my opinion, each to their own though.
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