D.Boerse revises index rules after VW volatility


FRANKFURT, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Frankfurt stock exchange operator Deutsche Boerse has revised the rules governing its main German indexes on Friday after distortions caused by extreme volatility in Volkswagen shares. Investors criticised heavy gains and falls in the blue-chip DAX index this week as a result of a massive short squeeze in Volkswagen shares that sent the stock rocketing from 210 euros to just over 1,000 in the course of two trading sessions then halved again in the third. "An ...

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