DB1.DE - Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
138.90
+1.15 (+0.83%)
As of 2:44PM CET. Market open.
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Previous close137.75
Open138.00
Bid138.90 x 3500
Ask138.90 x 14200
Day's range137.65 - 139.20
52-week range102.40 - 145.95
Volume195,187
Avg. volume729,547
Market cap25.588B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.42
PE ratio (TTM)27.37
EPS (TTM)5.07
Earnings date13 Feb 2018 - 19 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yield2.70 (1.96%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-09
1y target est119.75
  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Swiss exchange operator SIX says offer for BME is fair for now

    SIX Group's offer for Spanish bourse operator BME is "financially attractive" for BME shareholders, SIX's CEO said on Tuesday, without directly responding to questions on whether rival offers could lead the Swiss group to up its bid. Pan-European stock market operator Euronext and SIX entered a bidding way for BME on Monday, with both trying to snap up one of Europe's last standalone stock exchanges. "We will see what happens in the future," SIX CEO Jos Dijsselhof told a news conference in Madrid, when asked whether his company would raise its offer for BME, given the potential interest from other bidders.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Think of inflation like the dotcom bubble

    * U.S. grants Huawei new 90-day license extension Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Danilo Masoni. Market strategist Kevin Muir, author of the Macro Tourist newsletter, has left East West Investment Management and now wants to make a big contrarian bet.

  • War for Madrid Exchange to Widen as Deutsche Boerse Considers Bid
    Bloomberg

    War for Madrid Exchange to Widen as Deutsche Boerse Considers Bid

    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.The battle for the Madrid stock exchange could escalate into a three-way bidding war as Deutsche Boerse AG looks into whether it should enter the fray.The operator of the Frankfurt bourse is studying a potential offer for Bolsas y Mercados Espanoles SA, according to a person familiar with the matter. The process is at an early stage and Deutsche Boerse may still decide against such a move, said the person, asking not to be identified discussing internal deliberations.A spokesman for Deutsche Boerse declined to comment. News website La Informacion reported earlier on the German interest. BME shares climbed less than 1%, having leapt nearly 40% a day earlier when talks with two firms were announced.BME’s market value is now about 2.9 billion euros ($3.2 billion), above the 2.8 billion euros that SIX Group AG offered on Monday, when Euronext NV also revealed it was in takeover talks.Deutsche Boerse has made no secret of its desire for deals, saying last month that it had a war chest of $2.2 billion after abandoning its pursuit of Refinitiv’s foreign-exchange assets.However, some analysts were skeptical of the firm striking a deal for BME. The German group could create more value buying back shares than “investing in an exchange with declining revenues,” Christoph Blieffert, an analyst at Commerzbank AG said in a note. BME doesn’t fit with the German company’s strategy, he said.Exchanges globally are looking for deals to cut costs and gain access to lucrative data services. BME would also help Euronext extend a continent-wide footprint that already includes the Irish stock exchange and Oslo’s bourse.Euronext thinks it has an advantage since SIX’s home country of Switzerland has an uncertain regulatory relationship with the EU, and it will decide this week if it wants to match or beat the bid, a person familiar with the situation has said.BME described SIX’s offer as “amicable” and reflective of its value, and agreed to a break fee of 0.5% of the ultimate transaction price, currently equivalent to 14 million euros.(Adds analyst reaction in fifth paragraph, context in sixth.)\--With assistance from Nicholas Comfort.To contact the reporters on this story: Viren Vaghela in London at vvaghela1@bloomberg.net;Daniel Schaefer in Frankfurt at dschaefer36@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Ambereen Choudhury at achoudhury@bloomberg.net, Marion Dakers, James HertlingFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-World stocks near record highs amid 2020 upgrades

    * U.S. grants Huawei new 90-day license extension Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Danilo Masoni. Four little points is all it would take to lift the MSCI All country World Index to its highest level ever as a wave of upgrades from banks and asset managers in their 2020 equity outlooks fuels bullishness across the world. The only trepidation out there, as one says in our newsroom, is that the rally is wholly dependent on a trade deal being sealed by the U.S. and China by the next tariff deadline of Dec 15.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Opening snapshot: STOXX back to July 2015 highs

    * U.S. grants Huawei new 90-day license extension Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Danilo Masoni. European shares are positive at the open with the STOXX 600 climbing back to its highest since July 2015, helped by gains across most sectors, as investors appeared hopeful about progress in trade talks between the U.S. and China.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-On our radar: battle for BME, German real estate, earnings

    * U.S. grants Huawei new 90-day license extension Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Danilo Masoni. European shares are seen rising slightly at the open, helped at the margins by news that the U.S. has granted Huawei a longer-than-expected 90-day license extension, although the region's top index remains stuck in its recent tight range, just below record highs, pending clearer news on whether the U.S. and China will strike a preliminary deal to end trade war.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 4-Euronext, SIX Group square up for battle for Madrid bourse

    PARIS/ZURICH, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Pan-European stock market operator Euronext and Switzerland's SIX sparked a bidding war for Spain’s Bolsas y Mercados Espanoles (BME) on Monday, with both trying to snap up one of Europe’s last standalone stock exchanges. SIX made a friendly all-cash offer for the Spanish bourse, whose shares jumped by more than a third in early trading, while Euronext said it was in talks with BME with a view to a potential bid, without saying how much it was prepared to pay. With European sector leaders Deutsche Boerse and London Stock Exchange (LSE) effectively too big to consolidate without raising serious competition concerns, mergers are focused on smaller players, with Euronext having already scooped up the Dublin and Oslo exchanges.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Banks, funds propose shorter trading day in Europe, bourses split

    Banks and fund managers want the European stock trading day shortened by 90 minutes in a radical move they say would improve market efficiency and staff wellbeing - but exchanges are split. The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME), a banking industry body, and UK-based Investment Association (IA), which represents asset managers, said Europe had some of the longest trading hours in the world at 8-1/2 hours.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-European shares break six-day winning streak, focus moves to Fed

    European shares closed lower for the first time in seven sessions on Tuesday, as weak earnings dampened optimism surrounding the U.S.-China trade progress and ahead of an expected interest-rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve later this week. "The markets are at new highs in Europe and in the U.S. and that is also something that could be pushing investors to take some profit," said Roland Kaloyan, head of European equity strategy at Société Générale. Finnish paper firm Stora Enso's slumped 5.1% as its quarterly profit dropped and it warned of global political uncertainties.

  • Deutsche Boerse third quarter net profit up 10%, confirms full year targets
    Reuters

    Deutsche Boerse third quarter net profit up 10%, confirms full year targets

    German exchange operator Deutsche Boerse on Monday said it posted a 10% rise in third-quarter net profit thanks to increased trading in derivatives markets as well as power and gas markets and the company confirmed its targets for the full year. Consolidated net profit rose to 248.6 million euros ($275.90 million) from 225 million euros a year ago, the company said. The company is "confident of meeting our full-year targets and confirm our guidance of around 10 per cent adjusted net profit growth for 2019", said Gregor Pottmeyer, chief financial officer.

  • Interested In Deutsche Börse AG (ETR:DB1)? Here's What Its Recent Performance Looks Like
    Simply Wall St.

    Interested In Deutsche Börse AG (ETR:DB1)? Here's What Its Recent Performance Looks Like

    Today I will take a look at Deutsche Börse AG's (XTRA:DB1) most recent earnings update (30 June 2019) and compare...

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Global exchanges urge Britain not to ban crypto-linked derivatives

    Global exchanges urged Britain's markets watchdog on Monday not to ban retail sales of derivatives linked to crypto assets such as bitcoin, saying they were well equipped to protect consumers trading on their platforms. Crypto assets have attracted considerable consumer interest in some cases, holding out the prospect of lucrative new business activity for market participants. Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said in July that derivatives and exchange traded notes referencing certain crypto assets were ill-suited to retail consumers who cannot realiably assess value and risks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Quiet start for Cboe's Brexit share trading hub in Amsterdam

    Cboe Europe's new share trading hub, which launched in Amsterdam on Tuesday, has attracted light trading so far, giving nervous regulators and policymakers in Britain few clues on how much activity will eventually leave London after Brexit. Faced with the possibility of a no-deal Brexit or patchy UK access to the European Union's financial markets in future, London-based pan-European Cboe built a Dutch hub to ensure continuity for EU clients. Volume in Amsterdam has been tiny.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    New group tries to boost the EU's capital markets as Brexit looms

    The European Union could speed up efforts to build an EU-wide capital market by creating euro denominated benchmarks for trading commodities, a new group backed by financial companies, former politicians and central bankers said on Friday. The EU launched its capital markets union (CMU) project in 2014 to encourage more companies to raise funds by issuing stocks and bonds to cut the region's reliance on bank loans. In the EU, companies are still heavy users of banks to get cash unlike in the United States where firms routinely tap the country's vast capital market to raise money by selling bonds or shares.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    London Stock Exchange defends pricing of market data

    The pricing of stock market data could be more transparent but no "substantive" changes were needed by European Union regulators, London Stock Exchange Chief Executive David Schwimmer said on Tuesday. The price of market data has become a battle ground between exchanges, who generate data, and investment managers and brokers who need the data to meet a requirement to demonstrate they are getting the best deals for their customers. The EU's markets watchdog, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), is due to recommend later in the year whether the bloc's executive should mandate a single feed for stock market prices, which could impact the level of prices charged by exchanges to make it commercially viable.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    French regulator urges UK to avoid Brexit clash in derivatives

    Britain should avoid regulations which allow arbitrage opportunities in the trading of euro denominated swaps after Brexit, France's top market regulator warned on Thursday. The European Union is seeking to build up its own capital markets and reduce its reliance on London. The clash over where euro-denominated securities should be traded and cleared echoes the stand-off between regulators over trading of euro-denominated shares inside the bloc if there is a no-deal Brexit.

  • Banker tells German fraud trial he made millions from 'astronomical' trades
    Reuters

    Banker tells German fraud trial he made millions from 'astronomical' trades

    A British investment banker at the center of Germany's biggest fraud trial told judges on Thursday he earned millions of euros from deals involving "astronomical" trades that prosecutors say were a means to make bogus tax reclaims. Martin Shields, a former investment banker, said the trading, known as cum ex, thrived between 2005 and 2012, as investors from around the globe made multi-billion-euro trades on German companies. The trial where Shields is giving detailed evidence is the first in a wider investigation aimed at recovering billions from banks which prosecutors believe profited from the trades.

  • Banker tells German court of 'vast network' at center of fraud trial
    Reuters

    Banker tells German court of 'vast network' at center of fraud trial

    A banker at the center of a trading scheme German prosecutors say resulted in hundreds of millions of euros of illegitimate tax rebates told a court the scheme had taken on an "industrial scale" involving a network of banks and other institutions. Martin Shields, a former investment banker, said that a web of banks, investors and brokers had organized the circular trades, making multiple tax reclaims and sharing the profit. "I am not before you to deny my involvement, but to explain it," Shields told the court in Bonn on Wednesday.

  • Banker tells German court of 'vast network' at centre of fraud trial
    Reuters

    Banker tells German court of 'vast network' at centre of fraud trial

    A banker at the centre of a trading scheme German prosecutors say resulted in hundreds of millions of euros of illegitimate tax rebates told a court the scheme had taken on an "industrial scale" involving a network of banks and other institutions. Martin Shields, a former investment banker, said that a web of banks, investors and brokers had organised the circular trades, making multiple tax reclaims and sharing the profit. "I am not before you to deny my involvement, but to explain it," Shields told the court in Bonn on Wednesday.

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