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Inclusions of shares in trading on the Open Market are published on deutsche-boerse-cash-market.com:
LEI is an acronym of Legal Entity Identifier, an individual 20-digit code to identify the participants in a securities transaction. The specification of an LEI has been mandatory since January 2018. Following a transition phase, trading in around 780 shares of companies without an LEI will be discontinued on August 18. More
BaFin is warning investors about the risks of securities transactions based on calls in social media, Internet forums and apps, such as Telegram and Reddit. Investors should not base investment decisions on such concerted calls, but should obtain information about the security in question from sources that are as objective as possible.
There is a significant risk of loss, as short-term price increases resulting from the calls and corresponding speculation can be followed by sharp price declines. Increased sales volumes that can be observed may also quickly collapse again and make it more difficult to sell the securities acquired. There is also a risk of false or misleading statements being made in social media. In addition, calls can be used to entice investors to buy certain shares in order to profit specifically from rising prices of these shares.
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