Stuttgart Stock Exchange

Stock Exchange

The Börse Stuttgart (Stuttgart Stock Exchange) is the largest trading-floor-based stock market in Germany and one of the most important derivative and corporate bond exchanges in Europe in terms of trade volume. It is also one of the largest European exchanges which caters directly to retail investors. The exchange lists over 1 million different securities.

A combination of human quality liquidity providers and electronic trading is used to ensure market liquidity and prevent abuse. Securities traded on the Börse Stuttgart include stocks, bonds, exchange traded funds (ETFs), exchange traded products (ETPs), certificates, options, leveraged products and investment funds. In addition to facilitating general trading, the exchange provides a number of unique products which allow private investors to invest directly in German mid-sized companies.

The Börse Stuttgart holds controlling stakes in the Nordic Growth Market and the Berne eXchange (BX).

The EUWAX Sentiment index tracks investment in leveraged derivatives based on DAX-listed securities.

Trading hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. CET (UTC+1)
Settlement cycle: T+2

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