Börse Düsseldorf adds Pironet NDH to its 'NRW-MIX' stock index

Cologne, Germany, (PresseBox) - At its semi-annual autumn adjustment meeting, Börse Düsseldorf, the Düsseldorf Stock Exchange, added the shares of Pironet NDH AG to its NRW-MIX index. The new index structure goes into effect today. The NRW-MIX Index is comprised of the share values of the 50 largest listed limited companies in North Rhine-Westphalia that are not already represented in the DAX. Membership in the NRW-MIX is a function of free-float market capitalisation, meaning widely held shares of stock readily available for trading in the market.

'We see addition of our Pironet NDH stock to the stock index for North Rhine-Westphalia as a major recognition of our work and as a standard to live up to', Pironet NDH AG Chief Executive Officer Felix Höger observed.

Börse Düsseldorf reviews the composition of its stock index twice each year, in the spring and in the autumn. NRW-MIX has been published since 2007 and is widely considered a representative indicator of broader economic trends in North Rhine-Westphalia. You will find complete information about NRW-MIX, the precise composition of the index, the underlying calculation concept, charts and historic data at the Börse Düsseldorf website: www.boerse-duesseldorf.de.

PIRONET NDH AG

PIRONET NDH AG is a corporate group that brings together three companies specializing in the different business areas ICT outsourcing, content management as well as consulting and design. PIRONET NDH AG was founded in 1995, is based in Cologne and employs more than 350 people. Since 2000, it has been listed on the German stock exchange.

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