European stocks lost steam during afternoon trading Thursday, with Frankfurt’s DAX closing 0.9% lower at 15,154 as government bonds yield ticked up following strong data out of the US and higher-than-expected inflation rate in Germany. Earlier, stock markets across Europe were trading near record levels boosted by a slew of upbeat earnings reports. Consumer goods giant Unilever reported better-than-expected quarterly sales, telecom network equipment maker Nokia beat Q1 forecasts, and planemaker Airbus reported higher first-quarter core earnings. Among oil majors, Royal Dutch Shell reported stronger-than-expected first quarter profits and Total SE posted first-quarter earnings close to levels from before the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, automakers took a hit after Ford said a global semiconductor shortage may slash second-quarter production by half.

Historically, the Germany DAX 30 Stock Market Index reached an all time high of 15501.84 in April of 2021. Germany DAX 30 Stock Market Index - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on April of 2021.

The Germany DAX 30 Stock Market Index is expected to trade at 14970.19 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate it to trade at 13943.16 in 12 months time.

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Germany DAX 30 Stock Market Index

Indexes Price Day Year
DAX 15193 -137.98 -0.90% 39.89%
Components Price Day Year
SAP 118.04 -0.72 -0.61% 8.35%
Bayer 53.15 -0.30 -0.56% -11.62%
Siemens 139.40 -1.96 -1.39% 64.62%
Allianz 216.45 -1.60 -0.73% 28.17%
BASF 70.52 -0.37 -0.52% 51.05%
Deutsche Telekom 15.95 -0.03 -0.19% 19.70%
Volkswagen 217.25 -6.75 -3.01% 69.44%
Daimler 73.69 -1.48 -1.97% 133.68%
BMW 83.80 -2.09 -2.43% 55.04%
Adidas 260.60 1.75 0.68% 24.57%
Henkel 96.46 0.52 0.54% 19.03%
Deutsche Post 48.59 -0.21 -0.42% 78.97%
Fresenius 39.92 0.11 0.26% 0.72%
Continental 112.96 -5.14 -4.35% 46.32%
Linde 237.05 -2.05 -0.86% 40.68%
Fresenius Medical Care 65.26 0.16 0.25% -8.93%
Munich RE 240.35 -16.95 -6.59% 19.70%
Beiersdorf 93.68 0.24 0.26% -1.99%
Infineon Technologie 33.68 -0.44 -1.29% 98.70%
Deutsche Boerse 142.60 1.15 0.81% 0.60%
Vonovia 55.00 -0.64 -1.15% 22.09%
Deutsche Bank 11.62 0.34 3.05% 71.44%
E.ON 10.04 0.02 0.20% 9.75%
RWE 31.68 -1.25 -3.80% 20.73%
HeidelbergCement 77.20 0.08 0.10% 77.96%
Thyssenkrupp 11.21 0.13 1.17% 84.29%
Merck 145.55 0 0% 37.18%
Lufthansa 10.59 -0.35 -3.18% 29.79%
MTU Aero Engines AG 200.10 -2.00 -0.99% 60.98%
Deutsche Wohnen SE 45.01 -0.29 -0.64% 21.65%
Covestro 54.96 -0.76 -1.36% 79.14%



Germany DAX 30 Stock Market Index
The DAX Index is the benchmark index for the German equity market. It tracks the performance of 30 selected German blue chip stocks traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, which represent around 80 percent of the market capitalization listed in Germany. The Index is free floating and has a base value of 1000 as of December 31, 1987.
Market Data Coverage: Germany - List of Companies