MDAX

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MDAX
Foundation 19 January 1996
Operator Deutsche Börse
Exchanges Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Constituents 50
Type Mid-cap, non-technology sectors
Market cap 42.9 billion (end 2008)[1]
Weighting
method
Capitalization-weighted
Related 
indices
DAX, TecDAX, SDAX
Website MDAX homepage

The MDAX is a stock index which lists German companies. The index is calculated by Deutsche Börse.

It includes the 50 Prime Standard shares from sectors excluding technology that rank immediately below the companies included in the DAX index. The company size is based on terms of order book volume and market capitalization.

The index is based on prices generated in the electronic trading system Xetra.

Companies[edit]

The following 50 companies make up the index as of the quarterly review effective on 18 March 2013.[2]

Constituent Ticker Sector
Aareal Bank ARL
Airbus Group (former EADS) EAD
Aurubis NDA
Axel Springer SPR
BayWa BYW6
Bilfinger GBF
Brenntag BNR
Celesio CLS1
Deutsche EuroShop DEQ
Deutsche Wohnen DWNI:GR
Dürr
ElringKlinger ZIL2
Fielmann FIE
Fraport FRA
Fuchs Petrolub FPE
GAGFAH GFJ
GEA Group G1A
Gerresheimer GXI
Gerry Weber International GWI1:GR
Gildemeister GIL
GSW Immobilien GIB
Hannover Re HNR1
Hochtief HOT
Hugo Boss BOSS
Kabel Deutschland KD8
Klöckner
Krones KRN
KUKA KU2
LEG Immobilien LEG
Leoni LEO
MAN MAN
Metro MEO
MTU MTX
Norma Group NOEJ
ProSiebenSat.1 Media PSM
Puma PUM
Rational RAA
Rheinmetall RHM
Rhön-Klinikum
SGL Carbon SGL
Salzgitter SZG
Sky Deutschland SKYD
Stada SAZ
Südzucker
Symrise SY1
TAG TEG
Talanx
TUI TUI1
Wacker Chemie WCH
Wincor Nixdorf WIN

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MDAX Weighting 30.12.2008". Deutsche Börse. 30 December 2008. Retrieved 2009-03-21. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Changes to MDAX, SDAX and TECDAX". Deutsche Börse. 5 March 2013. Retrieved 10 May 2013. 

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