Deutsche Börse has expanded its online offering and mobile information services for private investors.
"We aim to reliably provide private investors with comprehensive relevant information via our extensive online offering, thus facilitating their investment decisions," said Rainer Riess, Managing Director of Xetra Market Development at Deutsche Börse. "We make tools accessible to private investors so that they can trade like professionals."
Two new applications for the iPhone will be available with immediate effect: the stock market glossary and an extensive stock exchange app. The stock exchange app offers prices, charts and news relating to all securities available on Xetra and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange trading floor. Free real-time indications are provided for equities in the selection indices. Users can set up individual lists of securities and receive the updates on the information by push.
Some important new features, such as automatic login, have been added to the mobile portal for all types of cell phone, available via mobil.boerse-frankfurt.de. The portal provides investors with access to all prices and master data for equities, but also for the instrument groups funds, ETFs, ETCs, bonds, and certificates when they are out and about.
Deutsche Börse has also systematically expanded its investor portal boerse-frankfurt.de. Share prices and buy and ask prices are updated automatically by push without investors having to reload the website. Market overviews can be set according to individual requirements. The clear structure and modern design have increased the portal's user friendliness.
Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the only stock exchange in Germany which is also active in social networks. Investors can contact the exchange via Facebook, XING and Twitter. For the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, social networks are especially suitable for presenting financial issues to young investors and conveying specialized knowledge to them.