Germany 30 DAX 30

As one of the biggest exporters in the world, the main German index moves with international demand for its goods and particularly its cars.

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Interesting facts

The Germany 30 consists of the biggest companies traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The size of the listed company is determined by book value and market capitalization. Currently, the DAX index is dominated by financial (inc. insurance), automotive, healthcare and chemicals sectors such as Allianz, BMW, Bayer and Siemens. Its sheer size decrees that it is very dominant index in Europe and can carry some influence over its neighbors.

Price drivers

Germany is an integral part of the Eurozone as it has the largest economy in Europe, but is also an export-based economy which makes the DAX 30 index susceptible to sentiment surrounding its trading partners. Also, the dominance of the automotive, healthcare and chemical sectors means they should be watched closely as they may have the ability to lead the overall market. Furthermore, government policy can drive investor sentiment.

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    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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