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Germany’s ​​DAX Grows From 30 to 40 Stocks

The FXOpen UK Team

DAX 30 (Mini) is to welcome ten new companies on September 20, 2021, thus becoming DAX 40 (Mini).
FXOpen experts expect increased market volatility on September 17 and 20. It is highly likely that the expansion will be followed by more frequent and large dividend payments than we have previously seen.

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