Puma SE (PUM.xetr)

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Puma SE (PUM.xetr) Profile

Puma SE (PUM.xetr) is a German multinational sportswear manufacturing corporation headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany. PUMA engages in the design, manufacturing and commercialization of athletic and casual footwear, apparel and accessories for its brands, including PUMA, Cobra Golf and Dobotex. Puma SE has 14,767 employees, operates a network of 34 office locations across 33 countries and has a strong presence in about 120 countries worldwide, including North America, Middle and South America, Asia, South East Asia, Europe, Russia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Africa, Middle East and Australia. Puma SE sponsors and partners numerous athletes and world championships, including Neymar Jr, Christian Pulisic, NBA player Killian Hayes, Karsten Warholm and Molly Seidel. Puma SE stock (PUM.xetr) is traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FWB), is listed as an MDAX Index component, has a €17.28B (EUR) market cap as of November 2021 and €5.23B (EUR) in 2020 yearly revenue. PUMA introduced a new shoebox design that will save 2,800 tons of cardboard every year.

Puma SE (PUM.xetr): Trade a Contract for Difference (CFD) on PUM.xetr and speculate on the share price difference of the underlying asset. CFD is a financial contract that allows you to trade on the underlying asset value (share price) without the need to purchase the actual stock. Investors are trading the difference in the value of security between the opening and closing of the trade. You can either hold a long position (Buy) or a short position (Sell). CFDs are considered short-term investments or trades, as CFDs tend to be used within shorter timeframes.

Holding cost
Long
-5%
Short
-2.5%
Trading hours in US Eastern Time
Fri
10:00 - 16:30
Mon
10:00 - 16:30
Tue
10:00 - 16:30
Wed
10:00 - 16:30
Thu
10:00 - 16:30
Sun
Closed
Sat
Closed

Share CFD Trading FAQ

Each investor owning shares of a company is also owning fragments of the company. A quite simple way to explain what a stock is is basically when a company divides itself into several shares and then it makes a part of these equities available to the public, at a price. Each investor owning shares of a company is owning fragments of the company.

While shares represent units of ownership within a company Contracts for Difference (CFDs) allow traders to speculate on the future share price fluctuations of an underlying asset. Thus when trading CFDs traders do not physically own the underlying asset. CFDs are available for a range of underlying assets, such as shares, commodities, and foreign exchange, and indices.

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