DAX Index - 1 Year Evolution

1 Year Return

▲ +12.65%


Daily close values, with moving averages and volumes
Moving averages:

  • EMA20
  • SMA50
  • SMA200

DAX Index Description

The DAX - Deutscher Aktienindex (German stock index) - is a stock market index consisting of the 40 major German blue-chip companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Benchmark index of the German market, DAX measures the performance of the Prime Standard’s 40 largest German companies in terms of order book volume and market capitalization.

On Nov 24, 2020, Deutsche Börse announced an expansion of the DAX from 30 to 40 members.

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DAX Index Data

Open 18,340.85
High 18,341.82
Low 18,162.30
Close 18,171.93
Volume 58,262,300
Previous Close 18,354.76
1-Day Change -182.83
1-Year Change 2040.47
Average Daily Volume 68,307,968
52-Week High 18,869.36
52-Week Low 14,687.41

DAX index trading signals - July 19, 2024 close


DAX Index [Trending Down]

Position to Moving Averages Cross Moving Averages Positions Support / Resistance
Trading signals of DAX stocks Last Close / Change 1-Year Mean / Standard Deviation 1-Year Return Mean / Standard Deviation 1. Price/EMA20
2. Price/SMA50
3. Price/SMA200
20-Day Z-Score / 20-Day StD. Golden / Death Cross 1. EMA20/SMA50
2. EMA20/SMA200
3. SMA50/SMA200
Support / Downside Resistance / Upside
Stock Index Closing
1-Y Mean
1-Y Ret. Mean
Pos. to Mov. Avg. 20D Z-Score
20D StD.
Golden/Death Cross Cross Mov. Avg. Pos. Support
trending_up Stocks Trending Up trending_down Stocks Trending Down 18162.75
-2 -3 172 -1.39
. -21 162 145 18155.24

Top 10 DAX Companies Concentration by Market Cap



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