Fuchs Petrolub replaces Arques in MDAX

Deutsche Börse reviews index composition/ Changes are effective on 23 June

Frankfurt am Main, (PresseBox) - On Wednesday, Deutsche Börse has decided on changes in its equity indices, MDAX® and SDAX® that will take effect on 23 June. The preferred share of Fuchs Petrolub will be included in MDAX and will replace Arques. The exclusion was triggered by the so-called fast-exit rule, because the company is ranked 78th in terms of market capitalization.

The share of Arques will move to SDAX replacing the preferred share of Fuchs Petrolub.

At the same time SKW Stahl will be included in SDAX, Thielert will be leaving the Index. Furthermore the share of Gesco will move to SDAX replacing the share of Balda.

As Deutsche Börse already announced, Tele Atlas will be leaving TecDAX® and

will be replaced by Roth & Rau effective 5 June 2008. This unscheduled adjustment is due to the takeover of Tele Atlas by TomTom.

The next equity index review is scheduled for 3 September 2008.

Overview of the changes to the equity indices effective 23 June 2008

To be included
To be deleted
MDAX
§ Fuchs Petrolub (pref shares)
(Moves from SDAX)
§ Arques
(Moves to SDAX)
SDAX
§ Arques
(Moves from MDAX)
§ SKW Stahl
§ Gesco
§ Fuchs Petrolub (pref shares)
(Moves to MDAX)
§ Thielert
§ Balda

MDAX®, SDAX® and TecDAX® are registered trademarks of Deutsche Börse AG.

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