DB1.DE - Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
114.45
+1.55 (+1.37%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close112.90
Open113.45
Bid0.00 x 3500
Ask0.00 x 14200
Day's Range113.00 - 114.90
52 Week Range98.18 - 121.15
Volume719,940
Avg. Volume564,448
Market Cap20.976B
Beta (3Y Monthly)-0.16
PE Ratio (TTM)23.65
EPS (TTM)4.84
Earnings DateFeb 13, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield2.45 (2.25%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-17
1y Target Est119.75
  • Reuters16 days ago

    Prosecutor drops insider trading case against former Deutsche Boerse CEO

    The Frankfurt prosecutor's office has dropped an insider trading case against former Deutsche Boerse Chief Executive Carsten Kengeter in exchange for payments of almost 5 million euros ($5.68 million). Prosecutors investigated Kengeter after he purchased Deutsche Boerse shares worth 4.5 million euros in December 2015 as part of a management remuneration plan awarded only two months before the German company announced it was in talks to combine with London Stock Exchange. Frankfurt prosecutors had sought to establish whether the share purchase constituted share trading by someone privy to insider information.

  • Prosecutor drops insider trading case against former Deutsche Boerse CEO
    Reuters16 days ago

    Prosecutor drops insider trading case against former Deutsche Boerse CEO

    The Frankfurt prosecutor's office has dropped an insider trading case against former Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) Chief Executive Carsten Kengeter in exchange for payments of almost 5 million euros ($5.68 million). Prosecutors investigated Kengeter after he purchased Deutsche Boerse shares worth 4.5 million euros in December 2015 as part of a management remuneration plan awarded only two months before the German company announced it was in talks to combine with London Stock Exchange (LSE.L). Frankfurt prosecutors had sought to establish whether the share purchase constituted share trading by someone privy to insider information.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Deutsche Boerse fined $12 million in insider trading case

    Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) said it accepted combined fines of 10.5 million euros (£9.45 million or $11.9 million) by a Frankfurt court in an insider trading case involving the German stock exchange operator's former Chief Executive Carsten Kengeter. The court issued fines of 5 million euros and 5.5 million euros against the company over an alleged breach of the insider trading ban in December 2015 and for not making a public disclosure announcement in January 2016, the company said late on Friday. "The company remains firmly convinced that the allegations were unfounded," Deutsche Boerse said in a statement late on Friday.

  • Reuterslast month

    IBM manager Jetter seen in lead to become Deutsche Boerse chairman: source

    IBM manager Martin Jetter has emerged as the leading candidate to become next Deutsche Boerse chairman after Joachim Faber's expected departure in 2020, a source familiar with the matter said. Jetter joined the stock market operator's supervisory board in May and could replace Faber, who wants to find a successor by the end of next year, the source said. Faber had initially been expected to step down at the next annual shareholder meeting in May next year following criticism of his handling of an insider trading scandal but now aims to stay on for another year, the source added.

  • Reuterslast month

    IBM manager Jetter seen in lead to become Deutsche Boerse chairman -source

    IBM manager Martin Jetter has emerged as the leading candidate to become next Deutsche Boerse chairman after Joachim Faber's expected departure in 2020, a source familiar with the matter said. Jetter joined the stock market operator's supervisory board in May and could replace Faber, who wants to find a successor by the end of next year, the source said. Faber had initially been expected to step down at the next annual shareholder meeting in May next year following criticism of his handling of an insider trading scandal but now aims to stay on for another year, the source added.

  • Reuterslast month

    CFTC gives Germany's Eurex green light to clear for U.S. investors

    The U.S. swaps regulator on Thursday will give Deutsche Borse's Eurex the green light to clear interest rate swaps for U.S. asset managers and hedge funds, allowing the company to compete head-on with the London Stock Exchange and CME Group. The move represents a gesture of goodwill by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) which has been at logger-heads with the European Union over proposed rules that could impede cross-border trading between the two markets.

  • Reuterslast month

    EU says bulk of UK financial sector would be cut off by no-deal Brexit

    Most banking, insurance and other financial firms in Britain would be cut off from the European Union if there is a no-deal Brexit, the bloc's executive body said on Wednesday. Financial services are Britain's most important tax-earning sector, with the EU its biggest customer. The European Commission set out its contingency plans in the event of Britain crashing out of the bloc next March without securing a divorce settlement and transition period.

  • Reuterslast month

    Regulators need joined up thinking to spot derivatives risks -BIS

    Regulators should scrutinise clearing houses and banks together to spot financial stability threats from the world's multi-trillion dollar derivatives market, the Bank for International Settlements said on Sunday. Almost two-thirds of interest rate swaps pass through clearing houses like LCH and Eurex, ensuring the safe completion of trades even if one side of a transaction goes bust. Banks and clearing houses are now regularly "stress tested" on an individual or sector-wide basis to check their resilience to defaults and extreme market stresses, but the BIS paper called for checks to be coordinated.

  • Reuterslast month

    Brexit Britain's financial sector faces "slow puncture"

    Life in London's financial district will appear little changed when Britain leaves the European Union on March 29, defying predictions of an exodus of high-flyers to rival centres like Paris, Frankfurt and Dublin. Without meaningful access to the EU's single market, the financial services sector is braced for a long goodbye to its status as the world's international trade and banking hub, more than a dozen senior industry players told Reuters. "It could be a slow puncture," said City of London leader Catherine McGuinness, flagging a steady drain of talent and activity from an industry that has wielded little influence in Brexit negotiations even though it generates about 10 percent of Britain's economic output.

  • Reuterslast month

    EU to act on derivatives clearing in case of no-deal Brexit - document

    The European Union is set to implement a commitment to avoid disruption in the cross-border derivatives market if Britain crashes out of the bloc next March without a deal, an EU document showed on Tuesday. British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision on Monday to delay a parliamentary vote on Britain's divorce settlement with the EU has increased the possibility of a no-deal Brexit. This would leave EU customers cut off from UK-based market operators if no contingency measures were in place.

  • Is Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft (ETR:DB1) Potentially Underrated?
    Simply Wall St.last month

    Is Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft (ETR:DB1) Potentially Underrated?

    Building up an investment case requires looking at a stock holistically. Today I've chosen to put the spotlight on Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft (ETR:DB1) due to its excellent fundamentals in more Read More...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Aquis urges EU to allow investors to continue trading Swiss shares

    The European Union should allow EU investors to continue trading Swiss shares from January and avoid a stand-off with Switzerland that would harm competition, a senior stock exchange industry official said on Monday. Alasdair Haynes, CEO of the London-based Aquis exchange , said the EU should grant a year's extension to allow the SIX Exchange in Zurich to serve investors across the bloc. If denied this permission known as equivalence, Switzerland, which is not a member of the EU, has said it would retaliate by banning the trading of Swiss shares on platforms in the EU.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EU watchdog proposes derivatives fix in case of no-deal Brexit

    The European Union's markets watchdog has proposed a temporary fix to avoid uncleared derivatives contracts worth trillions of euros being disrupted if there is a no-deal Brexit next March. The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) said the changes it was proposing would give banks one year to "repaper" or shift their uncleared, over-the-counter derivatives positions from London to the EU. Counterparties can begin taking steps to shift contracts - which requires permission from the end-customer - but make any action conditional on a no-deal departure, ESMA said.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EU watchdog proposes derivatives rule changes for any no-deal Brexit

    The European Union's markets watchdog has proposed temporary exemptions from EU rules to ensure that uncleared derivatives contracts are not disrupted if there is a no-deal Brexit. "The proposed regulatory ...

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents2 months ago

    Edited Transcript of DB1.DE earnings conference call or presentation 30-Oct-18 1:00pm GMT

    Q3 2018 Deutsche Boerse AG Earnings Call

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Europe's top banks in EU stress test spotlight

    Europe's top banks will learn on Friday how they have fared in their latest stress test, which could require some to raise capital or shed assets, with Italian lenders expected to come under close scrutiny. The European Banking Authority (EBA), the European Union's banking watchdog, is due to publish the results of 48 banks at 1700 GMT, in what is being touted as its toughest test since the exercise began in 2009. As well as the Italian banks, analysts expect Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest lender, to be closely watched after three years of losses.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    NEX allows repo clearing in Europe ahead of Brexit

    London-based NEX Markets said on Thursday users of its BrokerTec Europe platform would be able to clear repo trades on Deutsche Boerse as it prepares for Britain's exit from the European Union. The unit of NEX Group said clearing for repo, or repurchase agreements, on the German exchange's Eurex Clearing would be available by the end of 2018. "There are emerging opportunities in a post-Brexit world, as well as a desire to extend and diversify the clearing choices that our customers have when trading repo," said https://newsroom.nex.com/news/01112018/nex-markets-connects-with-eurex-to-launch-new-clearing-solution-for-brokertec-europe-customers?ref=News John Edwards, managing director of BrokerTec Europe.

  • Corrected: Deutsche Boerse launches EEX Asia in Singapore to grow in Asian commodity markets
    Reuters3 months ago

    Corrected: Deutsche Boerse launches EEX Asia in Singapore to grow in Asian commodity markets

    German exchange group Deutsche Boerse is revamping its Asian business with the launch of its European Energy Exchange (EEX) in Singapore, looking to boost its business in the world's fastest growing commodity markets. Deutsche Boerse, which has global ambitions for EEX, said it would rebrand its Singapore-based subsidiary Cleartrade Exchange (CLTX) as EEX Asia, offering futures contracts on freight and seaborne commodities such as fuel oil and iron ore.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Boerse third-quarter net profit up 10 percent; confirms 2018 forecasts

    Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) on Monday posted a 10 percent rise in net profit in the third quarter and confirmed its 10 percent profit growth target for the full year. The German stock exchange operator said that revenue got a lift from increased market volatility and higher U.S. rates. The company is aiming for 10 percent earnings growth this year.

  • Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    What Should You Know About Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft’s (ETR:DB1) Future?

    In June 2018, Deutsche Börse Aktiengesellschaft (ETR:DB1) released its earnings update. Generally, the consensus outlook from analysts appear fairly confident, as a 12% increase in profits is expected in the Read More...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Deutsche Boerse steps up clearing battle with London ahead of Brexit

    Deutsche Boerse (DB1Gn.DE) has announced plans to intensify competition with rival London Stock Exchange (LSE.L) ahead of Brexit, saying it would expand a profit-sharing scheme. The Frankfurt-based exchange's Eurex Clearing said it will expand its "partnership" programme to include repurchase or repo agreements and foreign exchange traded among banks from the first quarter of 2019. The more volume that users pass through Eurex, the bigger share of profit they will get.