Trading DAX with ease
The Mini-DAX® Futures is designed in parallel to the established DAX® Futures contract. Mini-DAX® gives global investors the opportunity to hedge and get exposure to the German benchmark index with a contract value five times smaller than the regular contract.
DAX® index comprises the 40 largest and most actively traded German companies, which includes Mercedes-Benz Group, Deutsche Bank, Volkswagen, Adidas and SAP.
In nearly every trading scenario, Mini-DAX® futures offer a more cost-efficient way to manage DAX 40® exposure compared to ETFs:
|1) No Management Fee||Pay no management fee when you trade FDXM futures vs. DAX 40® ETFs|
|2) Capital Efficiency||Mini-DAX® futures margin is more capital efficient comparing it to the direct investment in DAX 40® ETF's|
|3) 24/5 Trading Access|
Nearly 24/5-access means additional trading and hedging opportunities during events ie. Brexit, German elections
|4) Tactical Trading Tool|
Short-term strategy based on anticipated market trends
|5) Minimal Tracking Error|
FDXM futures track the underlying index very accurately
Mini-DAX® futures offer a variety of advantages in comparison to CFD’s and warrants on DAX 40® Index:
|1) Exchange Traded||Mini-DAX® futures trade on a regulated exchange platform (Eurex) with an independent exchange surveillance|
2) Transparent Pricing
Eurex offers transparent trading & clearing services, including a central counterparty system with reduced counterparty risk
|3) High Liquidity and Tight Spread||Mini-DAX® futures offer extended liquidity and tightest spreads during full trading hours|
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Min. Price Change
Standard – Up to 9 Months
The three nearest quarter months of
Mar, Jun, Sept and Dec cycle
|Contract (maturity)||Quantity||Bid||Ask||Quantity||Last Price||NetChange||Cumulative Volume (QTY)||Open Interest|
Market Status ⓘ
The market status window is an indication regarding the current technical availability of the trading system. It indicates whether news board messages regarding current technical issues of the trading system have been published or will be published shortly.
Please find further information about incident handling in the Emergency Playbook published on the Eurex webpage under Support --> Emergencies and safeguards. Detailed information about incident communication, market re-opening procedures and best practices for order and trade reconciliation can be found in the chapters 4.2, 4.3 and 4.5, respectively. Concrete information for the respective incident will be published during the incident via newsboard message.
We strongly recommend not to take any decisions based on the indications in the market status window but to always check the production news board for comprehensive information on an incident.
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