Deutsche Börse reviews index composition/ Changes to be effective as of 21 December
Frankfurt am Main, 4-12-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — On Thursday, Deutsche Börse decided on changes to its selection indices, which will become effective on 21 December 2015. The shares of Covestro AG and Ströer SE will be included to the MDAX index and will replace the shares of MAN SE and Kabel Deutschland Holding AG. The shares of MAN and Kabel Deutschland no longer fulfill the criteria to remain in the equity indices of Deutsche Börse AG, as both companies will be leaving the Prime Standard listing segment.
The shares of Scout24 AG will be included in the SDAX index. Due to the move to MDAX, the shares of Ströer will leave SDAX. The shares of Schaeffler AG, WCM Beteiligungs- und Grundbesitz AG and Hypoport AG will be included in SDAX as well. Tom Tailor Holding AG, Gesco AG and SHW AG will be deleted from the index.
The shares of Siltronic AG will be included in TecDAX and will replace the shares of Manz AG.
The next scheduled index review is 3 March 2016.
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