ÖkoDAX

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ÖkoDAX
Foundation 4 June 2007
Operator Deutsche Börse
Exchanges Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Constituents 10
Type Renewable energy
Weighting
method
Market value-weighted
Related 
indices
DAX, MDAX, SDAX, TecDAX
Website ÖkoDAX actual track

ÖkoDAX is a German stock market index which includes ten companies in the renewable energy sector. It was introduced on 4 June 2007. The constituting companies and their weightings are reviewed quarterly (March, June, September and December). The companies should be represented with equal proportions (i.e. 10%). The ÖkoDAX is calculated as a performance index as well as a price index.[1]

Development[edit]

The ÖkoDAX is based on Xetra. Its composition and weightings (price index) is shown below:

Name 18 Mar 2009 5 Jan 2010 6 Jul 2012 Remarks
3W Power 5,91 % since 18.06.2012
Centrotherm photovoltaics 10.38 % 9.68 % 5.42 % until 21.09.2012
Conergy AG 4.33 % 9.94 % 15.08 %
Crop energy 8.58 % 14.69 %
Nordex AG 11.78 % 10.56 % 9.53 % since 04.06.2007
Phoenix Solar AG 15.75 % 9.57 %
PNE Wind 10.35 % 13.40 % since 24.09.2007
Q-Cells SE 5.68 % 10.85 %
REpower Systems AG 10.22 %
Roth & Rau 12.72 % 10.13 %
S.A.G. Solarstrom AG
SFC Energy AG 6.63 % since 18.06.2012
SMA Solar Technology AG 10.67 % 10.12 % 12.39 % since 22.09.2008
SolarWorld AG 11.26 % 10.22 % 6.72 % since 04.06.2007
Solon SE 7.20 %
Vereinigte BioEnergie AG 10.22 %

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