International Indices from Deutsche Börse
The Stoxx Europe 50 was founded in 1998 by the Deutsche Börse with the Paris Stock Exchange, Swiss Stock Exchange and the Dow Jones company as partners. It tracks the performance of the 50 most notable stocks within continental Europe.
The composition of the Stoxx Europe 50 is based on market capitalization and trades volume of each European firm.
The Euro Stoxx 50 Index was founded in 1998 by the Deutsche Börse with the Paris Stock Exchange, Swiss Stock Exchange and the Dow Jones company as partners. It tracks the performance of the 50 most notable stocks within the Eurozone.
The composition of the Euro Stoxx 50 Index is based on market capitalization and trades volume of each European firm.
The DAX International Index 100 holds the 100 most liquid stocks
selected from the Prime, General and Entry Standard. Its
constituents are chosen based on the trades volume generated
through Xetra and the Börse Frankfurt over the past three
Following the DAX International 100 is the DAX International Mid 100. Its constituents are the 100 most liquid equities outside of the DAX International 100 in both domestic and international markets.
Each individual equity may only comprise a maximum of 15% of the index at any given time.
- Data Sheet: DAX International 100 Price-Index (ISIN DE000A0S3CA4)
- Data Sheet: DAX International 100 Performance-Index (ISIN DE000A0S3CB2)
- Data Sheet: DAX International Mid 100 Price-Index (ISIN DE000A0S3CG1)
- Data Sheet: DAX International Mid 100 Performance-Index (ISIN DE000A0S3CH9)
- Weightings and Keydata of the Deutsche Börse Indices can be found at dax-indices.com
DAXglobal® establishes a new index family of Deutsche Börse for international indices. These index products enable investors to cover international markets and global investment strategies. DAXglobal indices are completely transparent and rule-based. In addition, these index concepts are replicable in a cost-efficient way. DAXglobal indices are based on equities only as well as on multi-asset classes. Due to unique index concepts and the liquidity approach of Deutsche Börse, DAXglobal index products are perfect underlyings for structured products and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The new index family will be continuously expanded.
DBIX Deutsche Börse India Index® is the first index of a new index
family of Deutsche Börse which is linked to the master brand
DBIX Deutsche Börse India is a transparent, rule-based and investable index for the emerging market India. Its composition is based on American Depository Receipts (ADRs) that are traded on various exchanges. These ADRs are directly linked to Indian companies. ADRs have emerged as a favored vehicle to access developed capital markets in Europe and the US.
As an underlying for structured products and funds, DBIX Deutsche Börse India Index enables the investor to participate in the marvellous investment story of India.
DAXglobal BRIC Index expands the young DAXglobal index family and furthermore provides investable access to the emerging markets Brazil, Russia, India and China. The economic change, the wealth of commodities, the dynamic development of the population as well as attractive labour and production costs underline the attractiveness of these countries. As underlying for structured products, DAXglobal BRIC Index enables the direct participation in the growth opportunities of the BRIC countries. At the same time, the index provides liquid access to the potential of these small capitalized but attractive emerging market countries.
DAXglobal® Alternative Energy Index expands the new „DAXglobal®“
index family with a tradeable access to the alternative energy
sector. This sector-based global index concept opens the strong
growth of this dynamic market segment to investors. As an
underlying for financial products the DAXglobal® Alternative Energy
Index enables the participation in growing alternative energy
Companies which are selected for the index must generate more than 50 percent of their revenues in one of the following sub-sectors from the segment Alternative Energy: Natural Gas, Solar, Wind, Ethanol, Geothermal/Hydro/Batteries.
DAXglobal® Asia Index currently replicates the performance of the
10 most important Asian countries. The index represents Asia
excluding Japan. DAXglobal Asia is composed of the 40 biggest
companies of emerging Asia. Every country is represented according
to its economic performance, i.e. the respective GDP determines the
amount of shares per country. The index constituents representing
India are based on ADRs (American Depository Receipts), China is
replicated via so-called Red-Chips and H-Shares, whereas South
Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapur
and the Philippines are covered by the shares, listed on the
respective primary exchanges. The selection of index constituents
is based on market cap and the average daily trading
DAXglobal Asia Index is a market indicator for East Asia. It mirrors the impressive growth rates of these countries and the ongoing integration of these region into the global economy. DAXglobal Asia is suited for being used as an investable benchmark but also as a tool for strategic and tactical asset allocation.
In 2006 Goldman Sachs published a study „The World and the BRICs
Dream“ which defined eleven additional countries from the emerging
markets with really good chances to play an important role in the
world economy in the future. These so-called „Next-11* countries“
are: Egypt, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan,
the Philippines, South Korea, Turkey and Vietnam. Target of
theNext-11 concept is to filter out countries that show a similar
economic development to the BRIC countries in the near future. The
Next-11 countries are from a political, economic and cultural point
of view well diversified and pretty heterogeneous. Not all Next-11
countries are tradable and investable.
DAXglobal® Emerging 11 Index currently replicates the performance of the seven most important countries from the Next-11 concept. The target of DAXglobal Emerging 11 Index is the provision of a liquid index for structured products and ETFs. This index enables issuers to offer tailor-made structured products to investors.
DAXglobal Emerging 11currently represents the performance of countries like Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, South Korea, Turkey and Mexico as well as the Philippines. Overall the index is composed of 40 constituents.
*)The denomination "Next-11" is filed for registration as a trademark by Goldman Sachs.