The table below lists the historical price-earnings ratio & earnings per share of the DAX index. The current trailing P/E ratio of the index is 12.50 (12/31/2022). The DAX index is considered as the benchmark index for the German stock market. The index includes 40 large cap German companies (the number was constituents was increased from 30 to 40 in September 2021) trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The index is calculated and managed by Qontigo that is part of the Deutsche Börse Group. For more information about the index, visit Qontigo.com.
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*EPS (earnings per share) in the table above has been indexed to start from the base value of “100”.
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DAX Companies Earnings Growth
- The total earnings of the DAX companies grew 67% in 2021 compared to the previous fiscal year.
- After posting a huge net loss (€-15,569 million) for the fiscal year 2020, Bayer AG posted a positive net result (€1,000 million) for the 2021 fiscal.
- Also, Deutsche Lufthansa AG posted a large loss (€-6,725 million) in 2020. In 2021, the company posted a smaller but still substantial net loss of €-2,191 million.
- Another DAX company that posted a large loss in 2021 was BASF SE (loss of €-1,454 million). In 2021, BASF posted a profit of €5,559 million, the firm’s best result in five years.