Tag: germany

  • Companies

    Daimler AG

    Daimler AG, with its headquarters in Stuttgart of Germany, has a long history of automobile and engine manufacturing. On 1 May 1924, Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft and Benz & Cie signed an Agreement of Mutual Interest. They remained separate entities until 28 June 1926, when they merged to form Daimler-Benz AG and decided to brand their automobiles as Mercedes-Benz. Later in 1998, the company ...

  • Europe

    Frankfurt Stock Exchange

    The city of Frankfurt has the unique distinction of being host to one of the first stock exchanges in the world. Owned and operated by Deutsche Borse, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is the third largest trade-place for stocks in the world and the second largest in terms of market capitalization. There are currently about 6823 companies quoted on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the exchange ...

  • Europe

    Deutsche Borse

    The Deutsche Borse or German Exchange has a its subsidiaries the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Xetra, Clearstream and Eurex, which is a joint venture with the Swiss Exchange (SWX) and is managed with the efficiency which has become a hallmark of the German people. Financial institutions, individuals, and listed companies are able to trade and to transact business in all the modes which ...

  • Companies

    Bayer

    Bayer's slogan reads as follows: "Science For A Better Life". And with every passing year, this company strives to improve on its products, which include nutrition and healthcare. It is a company that is determined to develop new products to secure a better future and find new innovations to advance the quality of life. Bayer is a pharmaceutical company that is known worldwide, and its ...

  • Exchanges

    Europe

    There are many countries in Europe that enjoy some form of global market exchange. Whilst some of these countries have well-developed economies and excellent, well-developed and transparent stock markets, others are still emerging from a period of difficult government and are picking up the pieces of their fragmented economy. Some of these countries – especially those in Central and Eastern ...