Deutsche Börse: Most traded stocks on Xetra in 2022 were SAP, Linde, and Allianz

Rick Steves

The stock with the highest order book turnover on Xetra in 2022 within the DAX was SAP SE with €59.9 billion, followed by Linde plc with €57.8 billion and Allianz SE with €56.8 billion.

Deutsche Börse has announced that the trading volumes on the venues Xetra, Börse Frankfurt, and Tradegate Exchange (January-July 2022) have amounted to €1.8 trillion in 2022.

The most traded stocks in the German indices DAX, MDAX, SDAX und Scale All Share last year were SAP SE, Commerzbank AG, Nordex SE and 2G Energy AG.

Xetra ADV in December was €4.3b

Deutsche Börse’s cash market trading statistics for 2022 revealed an order book turnover of €1.8 trillion, which was a €0.1 trillion drop from €1.9 trillion in 2021.

Order book turnover in December 2022 totaled €92 billion (previous year: €156.6 billion [without Tradegate: €130.2 billion] / previous month: €115.1 billion). Of this amount, €89.8 billion was attributable to Xetra and €2.2 billion to Börse Frankfurt. The average daily turnover on Xetra in December was €4.3 billion (previous year: €6 billion / previous month: €5.1 billion).

Tradegate Exchange is no longer consolidated due to changes in the ownership structure.

SAP SE most traded stock on Xetra in 2022

The stock with the highest order book turnover on Xetra in 2022 within the DAX was SAP SE with €59.9 billion, followed by Linde plc with €57.8 billion and Allianz SE with €56.8 billion.

Commerzbank AG topped the MDAX index at €13.9 billion, while Nordex led the SDAX with €3.0 billion. 2G Energy ranked as the most traded share in the SME segment Scale with a volume of €200 million.

In the ETF segment the iShares Core DAX UCITS ETF generated the largest volume on Xetra with €11.6 billion in the year 2022.

Deutsche Börse added ESG data of Chinese market

Deutsche Börse has recently expanded its data offering with ESG data from the Chinese market collected by the International Institute of Green Finance (IIGF), an independent and non-profit research institute based in Beijing that is supporting the development of green finance in the country.

As foreign investors grow increasingly concerned with ESG investment in Chinese firms, the IIGF data package comes as a godsent accessible via the Deutsche Börse Data Shop.

The IIGF package covers listed companies, bond issuers and mutual funds in the Chinese market, with data including ESG scores, ratings, and reviews of companies in China’s largest benchmark indices, the CSI 300 and CSI 800, as well as all listed companies.

The International Institute of Green Finance collects the data through an ESG evaluation methodology developed specifically for this emerging market and provides a range of reports and newsletters on the market environment in China.

Deutsche Börse Data Shop boasts more than 100 terabytes of historical data of the trading venues Eurex, Xetra and 360T, index data from STOXX and ESG data from IIGF.

The data universe includes highly accurate timestamps, a variety of tick and index data, complete historical order book and trading data for Eurex and Xetra as well as reference and turnover data.

The analytics portfolio rounds out the offering and enables clients to gain deep insight into liquidity, market concentration and market trends.

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