German Stock Exchange


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Symbol Location Market Cap Status Opening Bell Closing Bell
FSX Frankfurt,
$1.77 Trillion 8:00 AM 8:00 PM

German Stock Exchange 2018

German Stock Exchange Table of Contents

German Stock Exchange by the Numbers

The Deutsche Börse (FSX) is based in Frankfurt, Germany. Below is a break down of key German Stock Exchange figures.

Market Capitalization

Ranked 10th in Market Capitalization ($1.77 Trillion)

Market Cap over Germany GDP ratio is 49.24%

Germany Statistics

Ranked 4th in Gross Domestic Product ($3.59 Trillion)

Ranked 15th in Population (81.8 Million People)

German Stock Exchange is the 10th largest exchange out of the 77 stock exchanges we track. The Deutsche Börse's Market Capitalization is $1.77 Trillion adjusted US Dollars as of March 2017. Although the primary currency used by the Deutsche Börse is the Euro (€).

The population in Germany is approximately 81.8 Million people and the country has a GDP of $3.59 Trillion adjusted US Dollars. Germany ranks 15th in terms of population and 12th in terms of GDP out of 240 countries and country equivalents.

Market Capitalization to GDP ratio, which when compared to the historic ratio is an indicator that a market is over or under valued, is 49.24%.

† Market Capitalization and Gross Domestic Product are both converted into U.S. Dollars. Data shown here is from March 2017 and is updated yearly.

When is the German Stock Exchange Open?

Upcoming Holidays

Good Friday March 30, 2018
Easter Monday April 2, 2018
Labour Day May 1, 2018
Whit Monday May 21, 2018
Day of German Unity October 3, 2018
Christmas Day December 25, 2018
Boxing Day December 26, 2018
Good Friday March 30, 2019

Trading Schedule

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Does the German Stock Exchange close for lunch?

The German Stock Exchange does not close for lunch. The exchange opens at 8:00 AM and stays open all day until the closing bell at 8:00 PM.

German Stock Exchange Timezone

The German Stock Exchange uses the Europe/Berlin timezone for all listed times. This timezone is currently +01:00. Europe/Berlin does observe Daylight Saving Time (DST). It currently is not Daylight Saving Time in Frankfurt.

About the German Stock Exchange

German Stock Exchange Currency

The German Stock Exchange trades shares in Euro. The official ISO 4217 currency code for Euro is EUR. The official currency symbol is "€". Note that all dollar values listed on this site, such as market cap, are in U.S. Dollars.

The table below shows the current currency exchange rates between Euro and other top currencies. These rates were last updated on January 21, 2018.

100 Euro Equals:

US Dollar (USD) UK Pound (GBP) India Rupee (INR) China Yuan Renminbi (CNY) Japan Yen (JPY)
$ £ ¥ ¥

Economy and Geography

The German Stock Exchange (FSX) is located in Europe and its headquarters is located in Frankfurt, Germany. Companies listed on the German Stock Exchange are primarily Germany based companies and trade in Euro. Companies outside of Germany would be listed in a different exchange. See the full list of exchanges.

Contact the German Stock Exchange

In most cases, you will want contact your broker instead of contacting the German Stock Exchange directly. Most general information about the German Stock Exchange can be found on the web at

To contact the German Stock Exchange, you can use the information below:

  • Phone Number: +49 4906 92110
  • Email Address:

What's Next?

Check out the German Stock Exchange Bell Countdown see when the stock market opens next. All holiday closures are taken into account by our Opening/Closing Bell Countdown. You can even turn on/off an opening and closing bell notification sound.

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