DAX Index (Germany) P/E Ratio & Yield

The table below lists the historical price-earnings ratio & dividend yield of the DAX index. The current trailing P/E ratio of the index is 27.04 (12/31/2020). The DAX 30 index includes thirty large cap German companies trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is considered the benchmark index for the German stock market. The index is calcated and managed by Deutsche Börse. Note: Bayer AG posted a special litigation related expense of €12,051 million for Q2 2020 and a special impairment expense of €9,255 million for Q3 2020. We have excluded these one-time expenses when the P/E for the index has been calculated.

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DAX index: P/E Ratio & Dividend Yield


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