STOCK MARKETS IN GERMANY
Börse Berlin AG (or Berlin Stock Exchange) is a stock exchange based in Berlin, Germany. The Börse Berlin is currently housed in Ludwig-Erhard-Haus designed by Nicholas Grimshaw at Fasanenstraße 85 in Berlin-Charlottenburg.
The BörseMünchen is a stock exchange based in Munich, Germany. Founded in 1830, it currently lists over 6300 securities.
Eurex is a major futures and options exchange for European benchmark derivatives featuring open and low-cost electronic access globally. Its electronic trading and clearing platform offers a broad range of products and amongst other, operates the most liquid fixed income markets. Eurex was established in 1998 with the merger of Deutsche Terminbörse (DTB, the German derivatives exchange) and SOFFEX (Swiss Options and Financial Futures).
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (German: FWB Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse) is a stock exchange located in Frankfurt, Germany. The Frankfurt Stock Exchange is one of the biggest and most efficient exchange places in the world. It is owned and operated by Deutsche Börse, which also owns the European futures exchange Eurex and clearing company Clearstream.
One of the most popular stock exchange in Germany.
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The Borse-Dusseldorf exchange is located in Dusseldorf, Germany. It provides information and consulting services in addition to functioning as an exchange. It offers the QUOTRIX trading system for securities and GEFOX for closed-end funds.
Deutsche Börse Group is far more than a mere marketplace organizer for the trading in shares and other securities. It is one of the largest exchange organizations worldwide. With advanced technology it affords companies and investors access to the world’s capital markets.
Since December 2007, EEX and Eurex have been successfully cooperating in emissions trading. The alliance combines EEX’s energy market membership and connectivity to the European power trading community with Eurex’s financial market membership and global distribution network. Optimized trading and clearing processes set new standards with respect to market efficiency in emissions trading.
The RMX Risk Management Exchange is a public-sector stock market by two segments: RMX commodities are trading in commodity futures contracts on agricultural products. For RMX Creparts ™ a platform was set up in the I/2008 stock market participants. Both segments offer tailored risk management solutions, alternative investment opportunities and market transparency.
Stuttgart Stock Exchange
The Stuttgart Stock Exchange is the second largest trading exchange in Germany with an order share of some 39% (as of November 2007) of the floor trading conducted in Germany. An average daily turnover of approximately 800 million Euro is generated by over 121 International trading participants in more than 270,000 listed securities.
Frankfurt Stock Exchange
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE)
FWB Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse also called the”International Stock Exchange”
FSE is one of the biggest and most efficient exchange places in the world. It is owned and operated by Deutsche Börse, which also owns the European futures exchange Eurex and clearing company Clearstream.
FSE offers one of the most advanced electronic trading platforms, Xetra®. Currently Xetra® executes over 2.1 million trades on peak days. Xetra® sets the standards in securities trading with respect to liquidity, transparency, speed and flexibility. With over 246 participants, an International network in 17 EU countries and more then 4,548 authorized traders, Xetra® is the world’s most advanced fully integrated trading platform.
FSE has more International listings than any other stock exchange, and is highly respected Internationally. Companies from more than 80 countries are represented on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange with more than 40% from North America, 31% from Europe (including Russia), 14% from Asia and 6% from Australia and Africa. As of the end of 2010, more than 65% of the total trades were from countries outside Germany, with more than 22% from US investors and more than 24% of from UK investors.
FSE has Massive Trading Volume/Liquidity and receives massive exposure to investor capital with greater than 250 International trading institutions and over 4,500 traders worldwide. Investors directly connected to trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange represent a full 35% of the world’s investment capital.
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