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9 June: Own newsletter for the opening
Big events, long shadows: The opening of the remodelled visitor center is coming up. Construction work has resumed, we are cautiously planning the start of the programme and are very much looking forward to it. Time target: autumn. Anyone who wants to be conveniently informed as soon as the time comes can subscribe to the Börsenplatz newsletter at the end of the Visitor Centre's new home page. More
Welcome to the digital version of Börse Frankfurt, the Frankfurt stock exchange: Use the navigation above to get access to real-time stock quotes, news (such as market reports, dpa news, press releases) and live charts - also on an intra-day basis.
We offer a wide range of services for investors: Keep track of important stocks with the Watchlist and Portfolio function. Gather information about the stock exchange while using the glossary in the sections "Know-how". You can subscribe to a free newsletter and order publications in detail the ETF Handbook and the Fund Handbook.
Several tools can be a useful help for your investment decision, such as a yield calculator, apps for iPhone and Android, the open Xetra order book.
The live DAX camera offers a real-time view on the big famous DAX chart at the trading hall.
Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the largest of the seven stock exchanges in Germany. Deutsche Börse AG is (together with Börse Frankfurt Zertifikate AG) repository of the FWB, which is regulated by public law. In this capacity it ensures the smooth functioning of exchange trading.
Trading hours are on every trading day from 9:00 to 17:30 (Xetra) and 8:00 to 22:00. If you want to visit the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, please contact the Visitor Centre. To trade at Frankfurt Stock Exchange you need an account at your bank or online broker.
There are over 1,8 million securities tradeable such as stocks, bonds, ETFs, ETCs, ETNs, funds, warrants and certificates. On the stock exchange supply and demand of securities are brought together and offset by price determination and executed at these prices, mediated by specialists in floor trading (market maker). Targets of exchange trading are enhanced market transparency, greater liquidity, reducing of transaction costs and security against manipulation.