DAX - Historical time series

This view shows the development of the German Share Index in its historical course. You can access further interesting information via the different tabs. The statistics shown here are an extension of the popular time series of the Vola Index (VIX).

The information provided goes back to the initialization of the index in 1987. The update takes place once a day, usually after the close of the stock exchange, EoD.
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DAX Index Chart (Time series, hist.)

The chart visualizes the development of the DAX Performance Index over the last 30 trading days based on the respective closing price. The data is updated at the end of the day (EoD)-1.
All-time high (Highest high): Mon, 31.07.2023 (16.528,97)
All time low (Lowest low): Fri, 29.01.1988 (936,00)

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In this category here, we look a little further outside the box and offer passionate stock market enthusiasts the opportunity to set the DAX index level in relation to a particularly important date - in this case, their own birthday. Note on our own behalf: Community members can call up the view conveniently from their own user account. The advantage here: The view (and a few additional features) are already preconfigured. Have fun testing - and feel free to give us feedback or suggestions for improvement.

On this page you can quickly and conveniently get an overview that puts one of the most important market barometers into a broader context. It is the ratio of the last published close (C) to different observation periods. In terms of all-time high to all-time low, the current index level is put in relation to the total period of available data series.
Current (Neartime) Vola Indication in Relation to the High and Low Price (Overall)
936,00
29.01.1988
ATL
16.528,97
31.07.2023
ATH

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Value in relation to high and low price (Previous trading day)
16.279,45
01.12.2023
ATL
01.12.2023
16.397,52
16.399,06
01.12.2023
ATH

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Value in relation to high and low price (Current week)
15.915,40
28.11.2023
ATL
01.12.2023
16.397,52
16.399,06
01.12.2023
ATH

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Value in relation to high and low price (7 trading days)
15.915,40
28.11.2023
ATL
01.12.2023
16.397,52
16.399,06
01.12.2023
ATH

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Value in relation to high and low price (Previous quarter)
15.138,66
28.09.2023
ATL
01.12.2023
16.397,52
16.528,97
31.07.2023
ATH

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Value in relation to high and low price (Last half year)
13.976,44
02.01.2023
ATL
01.12.2023
16.397,52
16.427,42
16.06.2023
ATH

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Value in relation to high and low price (Calendar year)
13.976,44
02.01.2023
ATL
01.12.2023
16.397,52
16.528,97
31.07.2023
ATH

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This time series table shows the index development from 1959 to the standardization of the DAX on 31 December 1987. The overview contains the respective score at the daily fixing. The time series from 1987 to today can be found by clicking on the [ Current ] tab. Within the annual range 1959 to 1987, you will find the information on the all-time low or all-time high above.
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Historical Chart 1959-1988
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CW Weekday Date Index level
This presentation of index performance is unique in its kind. It shows the performance over a period of twelve months. The closing price of the previous trading day is used as the reference parameter. This means that you are presented with a new view every day.
Period S12M High Low C12M Intrayear C2C Diff
∆ (abs) ∆ (rel) ∆ (abs) ∆ (rel)
This overview shows the O-H-L-C data series as a breakdown to the respective calendar year, backdated to 1987. The columns are sortable. Explicitly shown are the all-time high ("Highest High") and the all-time low (Lowest Low) over a period of more than 30 years.
Year Open High Low Close Y2Y (H/L) C2C Diff
∆ (abs) ∆ (%) Abs Percent
From the following overview you can see the OHLC data. The information shows intraday fluctuation range of the DAX. Via an additional filter you can display the respective highs. The table columns can be sorted individually.
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# Date Open High Low Adj Close Intraday C2C Diff
Intraday - ∆ (abs) Intraday - ∆ (rel) C2C Diff - ∆ (abs) C2C Diff - ∆ (rel)
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