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09:09 Mar 16, 2000
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Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: From English to German
Does anybody know what it means when

A COMPANY HAS OUTPERFORMED THE DAX

I know that the DAX is the Deutsche Aktiengesellschaft, still it doesn't make a lot of sense to me.
I appreciate any comments, ideas and translations.
Sybille Rivera
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Summary of answers provided
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Dierk Seeburg
naDeutscher Aktien Index
Evert DELOOF-SYS
naDAX - Deutscher AktienINDEX
Iris Ludolf
naDAX - Deutscher AktienINDEX
Iris Ludolf


  

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8 mins
DAX - Deutscher AktienINDEX


Explanation:
(Company)hat im Vergleich zum DAX besser abgeschnitten.

(DAX ist der Aktienindex - nicht die Aktiengesellschaft)

Hdh
Iris

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9 mins
DAX - Deutscher AktienINDEX


Explanation:
Hallo Sybille,

(Company)hat im Vergleich zum DAX besser abgeschnitten.

(DAX ist der Aktienindex - nicht die Aktiengesellschaft)

Hdh
Iris

Iris Ludolf
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15 mins
Deutscher Aktien Index


Explanation:

The DAX is not "Deutsche Aktiengesellschaft";

it's the DEUTSCHER AKTIEN INDEX (like e.g. DOW JONES, NASDAQ, EASDAQ, BEL20, NIKKEI INDEX, etc).
The company has done better than the DAX (stands at +/- 7500 points today)


    Reference: http://www.broker-online.de/bilddax.htm
Evert DELOOF-SYS
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15 mins
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Explanation:
Well, first off, DAX is the Deutsche Aktien*indeX*. That is a stock index like the Dow-Jones index. A company outperforms that index, if it's share price increase is higher than the Dax increase.
Anyone please correct me, if I'm wrong, thanks,
Cheerio,
Dierk

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