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OMX Iceland 6

The OMX Iceland 6 is a stock market index consisting of the 6 companies listed on the OMX Iceland Stock Exchange with the highest market capitalization. It has been the benchmark index of the exchange since July 2009, when the OMX Iceland 15 was retired.[1] It has been calculated daily since 31 December 2008, starting at 1,000 points.[2] The index is price-weighted index and the constituent companies are reviewed twice a year.

Composition

As of the index reshuffle effective 3 January 2011 the index consists of:

Company GICS Sector Ticker symbol Index weighting (%)[3]
Atlantic Airways airlines FO-AIR 0.05
Atlantic Petroleum oil and gas exploration and production FO-ATLA 0.67
BankNordik regional banks BNORDIK 1.14
Icelandair Group airlines ICEAIR 5.36
Marel industrial machinery MARL 36.01
Össur health care equipment OSSR 56.77

Footnotes

  1. ^ "Samsetning nýju úrvalsvísitölunnar óbreytt".  
  2. ^ "Rules for the Construction and Maintenance of the OMXI6 Tradable Index".  
  3. ^ At last index reclassification on 3 January 2011. Source: Latest index reviews, OMX Group.

External links

  • Official OMX Iceland 6 composition
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