Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSX) Trading Hours

The frankfurt stock exchange (fsx) is open for trading today.

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSX) is open for trading on weekdays, from Monday to Friday.

The market operates during the regular trading session in Germany from 09:00am - 05:30pm CET.

Local time Session
09:00am - 05:30pm Trading Session

* The stock exchange market is closed on the weekend (Saturday-Sunday)

Current time in Frankfurt, Germany
(CET)

02:21 PM

Thursday, 20th of June 2024

Trading Session Status

09:00am - 05:30pm

  • Trading Session 09:00am - 05:30pm

About

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSX) also known as Börse Frankfurt is Germany's primary stock exchange market. It is located in the Innenstadt district, within the central business district called Bankenviertel. The exchange primarily operates in Germany, with 90 percent of its turnover coming from two trading venues: Xetra and Börse Frankfurt. It is the largest of the seven regional securities exchanges in Germany.

The trading indices include DAX, DAXplus, CDAX, DivDAX, LDAX, MDAX, SDAX, TecDAX, VDAX, and EuroStoxx 50.

Frequently Asked Questions

What time does Frankfurt stock exchange open?

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange typically opens for trading at 9:00 AM local time.

How to invest in the Frankfurt stock exchange?

To invest in the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, you need to:

  1. Find a trusted brokerage that offers access to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
  2. Open an investment account with the chosen brokerage.
  3. Deposit funds into your investment account.
  4. Research and select the German stocks you want to invest in.
  5. Place buy orders for the selected stocks through the brokerage’s platform.
  6. Monitor your investments regularly to stay informed about their performance.

Keep in mind that all investments carry risks, so it’s essential to make informed decisions based on your financial situation and risk tolerance.

Why do Spanish companies list on Frankfurt stock exchange?

Spanish companies may choose to list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange to gain access to a broader international investor base and increase their visibility in European markets. By listing on Frankfurt’s exchange, they can attract German and other European investors who are interested in investing in Spanish companies. Additionally, it offers the advantage of exposure to a more diverse and potentially larger pool of investors, which can help raise capital and facilitate business growth.

What is the name of the main index on the Frankfurt stock exchange?

The main index on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is called the DAX (Deutscher Aktienindex), often referred to as the DAX 30. It is a blue-chip stock market index consisting of the 30 largest and most liquid publicly traded companies in Germany. The DAX is a key benchmark for the performance of the German stock market and is closely watched by investors and financial analysts worldwide.

Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSX) Holidays

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSX) will observe the following upcoming public holidays

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