€1.72 trillion in 2018 / 17 per cent year-on-year increase / List of highest turnover shares by index
(PRESS RELEASE) FRANKFURT, 03-Jan-2019 — /EuropaWire/ — In 2018, Cash Market of Deutsche Börse achieved an order book turnover of €1.72 trillion – the highest trading volume since 2008 and an increase of 17 per cent compared to the previous year (€1.47 trillion). Of this amount, €1.57 trillion were attributable to Xetra, €40.11 billion to the Börse Frankfurt venue and €105.81 billion to Tradegate Exchange.
The shares with the highest turnover in 2018 on Xetra (split by main indices) were Bayer AG with €75.43 billion (DAX index), Osram Licht AG with €7.41 billion (MDAX index), Puma SE with €1.92 billion (SDAX index) and Wirecard AG with €26.16 billion (TecDAX index). In the Scale 30 index, Fintech Group AG ranked first with a turnover of €267.34 million.
Order book turnover in December 2018 totaled €116.1 billion after €118.0 billion in the previous year. Of this amount, €106.6 billion was attributable to Xetra, €2.7 billion to the Börse Frankfurt venue and €6.8 billion to the Tradegate Exchange. The average daily turnover on Xetra in December was €6.3 billion (17 trading days), compared with €5.6 billion in the previous year (19 trading days).
Order book turnover December 2018 in detail (rounded, in billion euros):
|Dec. ’18 in total||106.6||2.7||6.8||116.1|
|Dec. ’17 in total||107.1||3.6||7.4||118.0|
Top 3 shares with highest trading volume on Xetra in 2018 by index (partially intra-year inclusion, in euros):
|1||Bayer AG||Osram Licht AG||Puma SE||Wirecard AG||Fintech Gr. AG|
|75.43 billion||7.41 billion||1.92 billion||26.16 billion||267.34 million|
|2||Siemens AG||Dt. Wohnen SE||Delivery Hero SE||SAP SE||Mutares AG|
|67.10 billion||7.20 billion||1.85 billion||17.71 billion||165.47 million|
|3||SAP SE||K+S AG||Bilfinger SE||Dt. Telekom AG||Pantaflix AG|
|65.08 billion||6.70 billion||1.60 billion||12.69 billion||95.41 million|
Further details are available online in Deutsche Börse’s cash market statistics. For a pan-European comparison of trading locations, see the statistics provided by the Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE) at www.fese.eu.
SOURCE: Deutsche Börse Group
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