The rules and regulations of Börse Berlin provide the framework for orderly exchange trading.
Members trading on Equiduct are obliged to fulfil certain obligations that are laid down in detail in the “Exchange Rules”, the “Trading Rules for Electronic Trading” and the “Terms and Conditions for the Berlin Open Market”. The admission requirements for lead brokers, market participants and issuers are regulated by the “Exchange Rules”, and the “Terms and Conditions for the Berlin Open Market”.
Exchange listed companies and security issuers need to publish certain legally defined notices in mandatory newspapers of the respective exchange. The Management of Börse Berlin has commissioned 7 supra-regional and 14 regional daily newspapers and magazines as mandatory stock exchange newspapers (for a list of these newspapers see “Mandatory Papers”).
The following documents are availlable for download:
- Trading Rules for Electronic Trading April 2016
- Exchange Rules April 2016
- Minimum Requirements for Clearing and Settlement in Electronic Trading June 2012
Details regarding HFT
- Details on Art. 55 of the Exchange Rules
- Details on Art. 55b of the Exchange Rules
- Details on Art. 12a of the Fee Schedule
The following document will be available for download before long:
- Terms and Conditions for Trading in the Berlin Open Market
The most active securities
|Name||Type||Change in %|
|0,5 % Bundesanleihe von 2016/26||Bond||-0.350|
|0,25 % Bundesanleihe von 2017/27||Bond||-0.374|
|0 % Bundesanleihe von 2016/26||Bond||-0.370|
|2,25% Kraft Heinz Foods Co. (2028)||Bond||+0.346|
|VAR Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (2019)||Bond||0.000|
|2% HSH Nordbank AG (2018)||Bond||-0.166|
|4,625% Katar, Emirat (2046)||Bond||-0.137|
|2,5% Otto GmbH & Co. KG (2023)||Bond||+0.173|
|STUFZ HSH Nordbank AG (2019)||Bond||+0.019|