The Berlin Stock Market
The Börse Berlin Stock Exchange located in Berlin, Germany has secondary stock listings for over 6,000 US securities normally listed on the NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, OTCBB, and pink sheet markets.
In September 2007
Börse Berlin AG, operator of one of Germanys oldest stock
exchanges, acquired control over London based
Equiduct Systems in order to
offer new state-of-the art stock exchange services to financial
institutions trading in the European markets.
With this acquisition, Börse Berlin became a 323 year old "start up"
introducing Equiduct as a
sophisticated trading platform launched on 20 March 2009.
Latest Market Headlines
Bloomberg.com - May 22, 2013, 08:12 GMT
Most German stocks declined, after the longest winning streak for the benchmark DAX (DAX) Index since July 2005, as investors weighed the pace of central bank monetary stimulus.
Bloomberg.com - May 21, 2013, 08:32 GMT
German stocks were little changed, paring earlier losses, as the benchmark DAX (DAX) Index traded near a record and bank shares retreated. Deutsche Bank, the countryâ€™s biggest lender, fell 1.8 percent. Commerzbank dropped 2.8 percent. Daimler AG led a gauge of European automotive companies lower.
Bloomberg.com - May 21, 2013, 07:42 GMT
German stocks declined from a record as Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG, the countryâ€™s two largest lenders retreated.
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