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Deutsche Börse spotlight on current affairsUseful facts about the financial market

Deutsche Börse Group is one of the largest exchange organisations worldwide. It organises markets that provide integrity, transparency and security for investors wishing to invest capital and for companies wishing to raise capital. On these markets, professional traders buy and sell shares, derivatives and other financial instruments in accordance with clear rules and under strict supervision. Deutsche Börse Group’s services and systems ensure that these markets operate in an orderly manner and all participants have equal opportunities – worldwide.

In our series of features entitled “Deutsche Börse up to date”, we regularly provide you with objective and reliable figures, data and background information on issues of topical interest in the financial markets.

Current Issues

Bull FWB

See you at the exchange!

Everything there is to know about exchanges: how did they come into being? What is their role and how did they get their name?

Frankfurt/Main

Exchanges make for organised markets

What are shares, who determines their price and why do quoted prices rise and fall? And what have exchanges got to do with it?

Clearing houses: always be on the safe side

Like an insurance policy for market participants: Risks are minimised and market integrity and stability increase.

0% interest? No, thanks!

How to avoid poverty in old age through targeted asset accumulation.

Frankfurt/Main

Funding is not just about banks

Young, dynamic companies offer growth opportunities for the German economy. We assist them in their quest.

 
 
 

What drives the mittelstand?

Digital change, high investments and short innovation cycles pose major challenges for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). What needs to be done and how can Deutsche Börse support these companies? Learn more.

Brexit – what now?

Great Britain

Brexit covers all types of financial activities between the United Kingdom and the 27 EU member states. What is the status of the negotiations and what is the expected impact on the financial sector? Learn more.

What benefits will a Capital Markets Union bring?

Europe

How does the Capital Markets Union provide easier and safer access to capital for the real economy and growing companies in Europe? Learn more.

Sustainable finance – more than a catchphrase

Frankfurt

The financial services industry must engage in rethinking – and concrete structures have to be established, because the fundamental inclusion of sustainability criteria in the entire financial system is indispensable. Learn more.

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