Only 8 years ago, 49% of the stocks of Dax listed companies were still held by German investors. Now 55% are in foreign hands, with 20% owned by US investors. We take a look and ask Lars Halter who they are.
A Bavarian startup specializing in online payments nudges Germany's second-largest bank out of the country's DAX index. Analysts say it's the latest sign of fintech firms outshining traditional lenders.
It's not every day that a stock market index turns 30, but Germany's famous DAX is celebrating this milestone. The index is a living piece of the country's economic history.
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