The tick size is the smallest possible price change (price interval) of an instrument. The following overview shows the currently valid price intervals for trading on the Vienna Stock Exchange:

bonds (percentage quotation), certificates (percentage quotation), floater, zerobonds

0.01 percentage points

bonds (unit quotation), certificates (unit quotation) and (unit quotation) and warrants

at a price > EUR 1 - 0.01
at a price ≤ EUR 1 - 0.001

equities, Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Investment Funds

As of 2 January 2018, the tick size on Wiener Börse will be adjusted in accordance with Art. 48 (6) and Art. 49 of Regulation 2014/65 / EU and Regulation EU 2017/588 (RTS 11). The new tick size regulation only applies to equities, depositary receipts and exchange traded funds (ETFs).

LB11LB22LB33LB44LB55LB66
0 ≤ price < 0.10.00050.00020.00010.00010.00010.0001
0.1 ≤ price < 0.20.0010.00050.00020.00010.00010.0001
0.2 ≤ price < 0.50.0020.0010.00050.00020.00010.0001
0.5 ≤ price < 10.0050.0020.0010.00050.00020.0001
1 ≤ price < 20.010.0050.0020.0010.00050.0002
2 ≤ price< 50.020.010.0050.0020.0010.0005
5 ≤ price < 100.050.020.010.0050.0020.001
10 ≤ price < 200.10.050.020.010.0050.002
20 ≤ price < 500.20.10.050.020.010.005
50 ≤ price < 1000.50.20.10.050.020.01
100 ≤ price < 20010.50.20.10.050.02
200 ≤ price < 500210.50.20.10.05
500 ≤ price < 1.0005210.50.20.1
1.000 ≤ price < 2.000105210.50.2
2.000 ≤ price < 5.00020105210.5
5.000 ≤ price< 10.000502010521
10.000 ≤ price < 20.00010050201052
20.000 ≤ price < 50.0002001005020105
50.000 ≤ price 500500200100502010

LB = liquidity bands
0 ≤ Ø daily number of transactions < 10
10 ≤ Ø daily number of transactions < 80
3 80 ≤ Ø daily number of transactions < 600
600 ≤ Ø daily number of transactions < 2000
5 2000 ≤ Ø daily number of transactions < 9000
6 9000 ≤ Ø daily number of transactions

  • Please note that tick sizes may vary for equities, depositary receipts and exchange traded funds (ETFs) per instrument.
  • Any change in the tick size (liquidity band) results in the deletion of all orders in the affected instrument.
  • For all other instruments (such as bonds, certificates) the tick size remains unchanged.