Profile of Boerse Stuttgart

Profile of Boerse Stuttgart

Boerse Stuttgart is Germany’s leading exchange for retail investors. In Stuttgart, investors can trade efficiently and at reasonable prices in equities, securitised derivatives, investment funds and participation certificates. Boerse Stuttgart is also the leading German floor-trading exchange, with around 35 percent of the order book turnover.

Stuttgart is the German market leader for exchange trading in corporate bonds and the European market leader for trading in securitised derivatives. With a trading volume of around EUR 88 billion across all asset classes in 2014, Boerse Stuttgart is ranked tenth among European stock exchanges.

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History of Boerse Stuttgart

History of Boerse Stuttgart

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4 February 1860 Establishment of the Stuttgart industrial stock exchange association (Stuttgarter Industriebörsenverein)

12 March 1860 The commodities exchange opens, primarily for the trading of products like cotton, dyes and chemicals. The commodities exchange presents itself to the public under the name Stuttgarter Industriebörsenverein (Stuttgart industrial stock exchange association). In 1880, the commodities exchange expands into the industrial and trading exchange (Industrie- und Handelsbörse).

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The German numeracy foundation

The German numeracy foundation

Stiftung Rechnen Logo groß

Boerse Stuttgart was one of the founders of the German numeracy foundation, Stiftung Rechnen, and is firmly committed to the promotion of education in the field of arithmetic and mathematics.

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