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|DAX performance between 1959 and 2012|
|Foundation||1 July 1988|
|Exchanges||Frankfurt Stock Exchange|
|Market cap||€598 billion (Aug 2012)|
|MDAX, SDAX, TecDAX, ÖkoDAX|
The DAX (Deutscher Aktien IndeX, formerly Deutscher Aktien-Index (German stock index)) is a blue chip stock market index consisting of the 30 major German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Prices are taken from the electronic Xetra trading system. According to Deutsche Börse, the operator of Xetra, DAX measures the performance of the Prime Standard’s 30 largest German companies in terms of order book volume and market capitalization. It is the equivalent of the FT 30 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and because of its small selection it does not necessarily represent the vitality of the economy as whole.
The L-DAX Index is an indicator of the German benchmark DAX index's performance after the Xetra electronic-trading system closes based on the floor trading at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The L-DAX Index basis is the "floor" trade (Parketthandel) at the Frankfurt stock exchange; it is computed daily between 09:00 and 17:30 Hours CET. The L-DAX index (Late DAX) is calculated from 17:30 to 20:00 CET. The Eurex, a European electronic futures and options exchange based in Zurich, Switzerland with a subsidiary in Frankfurt, Germany, offers options (ODAX) and Futures (FDAX) on the DAX from 08:00 to 22:00 CET.
The Base date for the DAX is 30 December 1987 and it was started from a base value of 1,000. The Xetra system calculates the index after every 1 second since January 1, 2006.
A list of the current DAX companies, as of the quarterly review effective on 24 September 2012.
|Company||Prime Standard industry group||Ticker symbol||Index weighting (%)1||Employees|
|Deutsche Lufthansa||Transport Aviation||LHA||0.83||118,088|
|Fresenius Medical Care||Medical||FME||2.16||73,450|
Former components of DAX 
Following table lists the former components of DAX and the ones replaced them.
|Date||Component excluded||Component included||Reason for exclusion/ Comments|
|03.09.1990||Feldmühle Nobel||Metallgesellschaft||Takeover of Feldmühle Nobel by Stora Enso|
|Nixdorf Germany||Preussag (now TUI[disambiguation needed])||Merged with Siemens to form Siemens-Nixdorf|
|18.09.1995||Deutsche Babcock||SAP||Replaced by SAP because of lower market capitalisation|
|22.07.1996||Kaufhof||METRO||Merger of Kaufhof and Metro Cash & Carry|
|23.09.1996||Continental||Münchener Rück||Continental was added back to the DAX on 22 September 2003, though it was demoted again in 2008 and added back again in 2012|
|18.11.1996||Metallgesellschaft||Deutsche Telekom||IPO of Deutsche Telekom|
|adidas||Merger of Vereinsbank and Hypobank to form HypoVereinsbank|
|Merger of Daimler-Benz with Chrysler|
|22.03.1999||Degussa||Degussa-Hüls||Merger of Degussa AG with Hüls AG and renaming to Degussa-Hüls AG|
|25.03.1999||Thyssen||ThyssenKrupp||Merger of Thyssen and Krupp|
|20.09.1999||Hoechst||Fresenius Medical Care||Merger of Hoechst and Rhône-Poulenc with Aventis|
|14.02.2000||Mannesmann||Epcos||Takeover of Mannesmann by Vodafone|
|19.06.2000||Veba||E.ON||Merger of Veba and Viag to form E.ON|
|18.12.2000||Degussa-Hüls||Degussa||Merger of Degussa-Hüls AG and SKW Trostberg AG to new Degussa AG|
|19.03.2001||KarstadtQuelle||Deutsche Post||IPO of Deutsche Post|
|23.07.2001||Dresdner Bank||MLP Vz.||Takeover of Dresdner Bank by Allianz|
|23.09.2002||Degussa||Altana||Inadequate market capitalisation|
|23.12.2002||Epcos||Deutsche Börse||Fast-exit of Epcos, as Epcos' market capitalisation became inadequate.|
|22.09.2003||MLP||Continental||Inadequate free float and market capitalisation.|
|31.01.2005||Lanxess||Lanxess was spun off from Bayer. In 2012 Lanxess was added back in DAX again.|
|19.12.2005||HypoVereinsbank||Hypo Real Estate||Takeover of HypoVereinsbank by UniCredit|
|18.09.2006||Schering||Postbank||Takeover of Schering by Bayer|
|18.06.2007||Altana||Merck||After the sale of Nycomed, inadequate market capitalisation|
|22.09.2008||TUI||K+S||Fast-entry of K+S, inadequate market capitalisation of TUI|
|22.12.2008||Continental||Beiersdorf||Fast-exit of Continental because of inadequate free-float market capitalisation after the acquisition by Schaeffler Group|
|22.12.2008||Hypo Real Estate||Salzgitter||Fast-exit of Hypo Real Estate because of inadequate free-float market capitalisation after a stake by American investor JC Flowers, as well as huge decline in market capitalisation during the Financial crisis of 2007–2010|
|23.03.2009||Deutsche Postbank||Hannover Re||Fast-exit due to inadequate market capitalisation|
|Infineon Technologies||Fresenius Vz|
|21.09.2009||Hannover Re||Infineon Technologies||Inadequate market capitalisation|
|21.06.2010||Salzgitter||HeidelbergCement||Inadequate market capitalisation|
|24.09.2012||MAN||Continental||Inadequate free-float capitalisation after acquisition by Volkswagen|
|24.09.2012||Metro||Lanxess||Inadequate market capitalisation|
See also 
- CDAX, every listed German company
- HDAX, the top 110 companies by market capitalisation (successor to DAX 100, and equivalent of the FTSE 100 or the S&P 100)
- MDAX, the top 50 companies after the DAX
- SDAX, the next 50 companies
- TecDAX, top 30 companies trading in the "new economy"
- ÖkoDAX, top 10 companies in renewable energy
- "Factsheet DAX". Deutsche Börse. 24 August 2012. Retrieved 2013-02-08.
- Deutsche Börse: Deutsche Börse ab dem 23. Dezember im DAX Pressemitteilung, 12. November 2002
- Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: Merck ersetzt Altana im DAX
- Deutsche Börse: K+S ersetzt TUI in DAX Pressemitteilung, 3rd September 2008
- Deutsche Börse:  Pressemitteilung, 18th March 2009