Germany 40 DAX 40

The Germany 40 is our market for the DAX 40, a stock market index that tracks the price of the 40 largest and most liquid German companies on the Frankfurt Exchange.

As the home to major stocks – such as Volkswagen, Deutsche Bank, Adidas, and Mercedes – the DAX is one of the most traded indices in the world. It’s used as a benchmark for the performance of Germany’s economy, and European economic health as a whole.

The DAX is market-capitalisation weighted, which means that companies with a higher market cap will have a larger influence on the index’s price.

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Pivot Points

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    Distance

    Distance shows the difference between the pivot point and bid rate. It is calculated by subtracting the ask rate from the pivot point rate.

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