SDAX

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SDAX
Foundation 21 June 1999
Operator Deutsche Börse
Exchanges Frankfurt Stock Exchange
Constituents 50
Type Small-cap, non-technology sectors
Weighting
method
Capitalization-weighted
Related 
indices
DAX, MDAX, TecDAX
Website SDAX homepage

The SDAX is a stock market index composed of 50 small and medium-sized companies in Germany. These so-called small caps rank directly below the MDAX shares in terms of order book volume and market capitalization. They are thus the 81st-130th largest publicly traded companies in Germany.

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

Companies[edit]

50 companies make up the index as of the quarterly review effective on 19 September 2011.[1] The index was left unchanged at the quarterly review of December 2011.

Constituent Ticket Industry
Air Berlin AB1
Alstria office REIT AOX
Amadeus Fire AAD
Balda BAF
Bauer B5A
Bertrandt BDT
Biotest
C.A.T. Oil O2C
Centrotec Sustainable CEV
CeWe Color
comdirect bank COM
CTS Eventim EVD
Delticom DEX
Deutz AG KHD
Deutsche Beteiligungs
DIC Asset DIC
Gesco
GfK GFK
Grammer GMM
Grenkeleasing GLJ
H&R WASAG
Hamborner HAB
HHLA HHFA
Hawesko Holding HAW
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen HDD
Highlight Communications HLG
Hornbach Holding HBH3
Indus Holding INH
Jungheinrich JUN3
Koenig & Bauer SKB
KWS Saat KWS
MLP MLP
MVV Energie MVV1
Patrizia Immobilien P1Z
Praktiker PRA
Prime Office
RTL Group RTL
SAF-Holland SFQ
Schaltbau SLT
SKW Stahl-Metallurgie Holding SK1
Sixt SIX2
SMT Scharf S4A
Ströer Out-of-Home Media
TAKKT TTK
Tipp24
Tom Tailor TTI
Vossloh VOS
VTG
Wacker Neuson WAC
Zooplus ZO1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Changes to MDAX, SDAX and TecDAX". Deutsche Börse. 5 September 2011. Retrieved 18 October 2011. 

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