Germany30 Trading - Germany30 Precio en vivo y gráficos en CAPEX.com

Germany30

Vender
Comience a operar ahora
Comprar
Comience a operar ahora

El rendimiento pasado no es garantía o predicción del resultado futuro.

Germany30 Trading en línea en CAPEX.com. Opera CFD de Germany30 con noticias en vivo, precios y gráficos de análisis y cotizaciones.

Spread por unidad
Refinanciación en un día – En largo
Margen inicial
Apalancamiento
Refinanciación en un día – En corto
Margen de mantenimiento
Comience a operar ahora Crear cuenta y comerciar

Condiciones de trading

webtrader

Spreads (tan bajos como)
Tipo de spread
Apalancamiento
Horario de trading (GMT)
Tamaño del lote
Refinanciación en un día – En largo
Refinanciación en un día – En corto
1.00 (EUR)
Variable
1:20
Mon - Fri: 06:01-19:59
1
-0.0111%
-0.0111%

Spread representa la diferencia entre el precio ASK y el precio BID. El ajuste de CFD rollover consiste en la diferencia de precio entre el vencimiento del contrato y el nuevo contrato, así como el spread de CFD. El swap es el interés overnight acreditado o debitado en una cuenta en la que las posiciones se mantienen durante la noche. Para obtener más información, consulte nuestra página de Preguntas frecuentes.

Noticias, puntos de vista y eventos actuales

Los mercados nunca se detienen y usted no puede vigilarlo todo, y es aquí ¡dónde entramos nosotros! Configure las notificaciones de precio, reciba análisis de terceros de los proveedores más respetados del mundo. Regístrese con nosotros y conozca los excitantes nuevos activos listos para su trading y no pierda ninguna oportunidad de nuevo.

 trading-central-mobile
Empiece hoy
 tabs-on-market

About Dax 30 and Dax 30 Trading

Why is the Dax 30 trading so popular?

The Germany 30 (DAX) is a stock market index that measures the performance of 30 most liquid blue-chip German listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The DAX 30 is a benchmark that accurately reflects the health of the German economy at any given time, or at least this is how the markets view it.

The companies included in the DAX 30 Index are multinational behemoths that impact both the domestic German and worldwide economies. They cover various sectors, such as tech, auto, telecom, banking, or fashion, which is why trading the USA 500 is so popular.

How can you trade the DAX 30 index?

There's no way you can trade indices directly, but you can trade them via derivatives options such as CFDs. Alternatively, you can invest in indices such as DAX 30 through mutual funds or ETFs, or through futures and options contracts.

At CAPEX.com you can follow the DAX30 live chart to trade on the price movements of this popular index through CFDs. If you think that the DAX 30 value will go up, you can open a long position (BUY). If you think prices will decrease, you can open a short position (SELL) on the DAX 30 cfd. At CAPEX.com you can trade the DAX 30 index from Sunday to Friday between 23:05-20:59 GMT.

What is the USA 30?

The DAX (German stock index)) is a blue-chip stock market index comprising of the 30 major German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Among the companies included in DAX 30 are Adidas, BMW, Allianz, Bayer, and Daimler.

What does the DAX stand for?

The DAX is also known as the Deutscher Aktien Index. Germany's 30 stock index ranks amongst the most important global indices, due to the strength of the country's economy and strategic political and economic role.

How do I invest in DAX Index?

People cannot directly invest into a stock index. However, if you want to gain exposure to Germany's 30 stock index, you can trade it via contracts for difference (CFDs). Contracts for Difference allow you to trade on the price movements of indices or ETFs (among others), which give you access to DAX 30 live trading.

What time does DAX 30 open?

At CAPEX.com you can trade CFDs on DAX 30 Index from Sunday to Friday, between 23:05-20:59 GMT. Alternatively, you can pick one of our other indices and trade at a more convenient time for you.

How do you trade Germany 30?

You can trade the Dax 30 index via CFDs, ETFs, mutual funds or through futures or options contracts.