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List of stock market indices

Commonly used stock market indices include:

Contents

  • Global 1
  • Regional indices 2
    • Asia 2.1
    • Europe 2.2
    • Latin America 2.3
    • Southeast Asia 2.4
  • National indices 3
    • Argentina 3.1
    • Australia 3.2
    • Austria 3.3
    • Bangladesh 3.4
    • Belgium 3.5
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.6
    • Botswana 3.7
    • Brazil 3.8
    • Bulgaria 3.9
    • Canada 3.10
    • Chile 3.11
    • China 3.12
    • Colombia 3.13
    • Croatia 3.14
    • Cyprus 3.15
    • Czech Republic 3.16
    • Denmark 3.17
    • Egypt 3.18
    • Estonia 3.19
    • Finland 3.20
    • France 3.21
    • Germany 3.22
    • Ghana 3.23
    • Greece 3.24
    • Haiti 3.25
    • Hong Kong 3.26
    • Hungary 3.27
    • Iceland 3.28
    • India 3.29
    • Indonesia 3.30
    • Iran 3.31
    • Ireland 3.32
    • Israel 3.33
    • Italy 3.34
    • Jamaica 3.35
    • Japan 3.36
    • Jordan 3.37
    • Kenya 3.38
    • Latvia 3.39
    • Lithuania 3.40
    • Luxembourg 3.41
    • Malaysia 3.42
    • Maldives 3.43
    • Mexico 3.44
    • Morocco 3.45
    • Moldova 3.46
    • Mongolia 3.47
    • Montenegro 3.48
    • Nepal 3.49
    • Netherlands 3.50
    • New Zealand 3.51
    • Nigeria 3.52
    • Norway 3.53
    • Oman 3.54
    • Pakistan 3.55
    • Palestine 3.56
    • Peru 3.57
    • Philippines 3.58
    • Poland 3.59
    • Portugal 3.60
    • Qatar 3.61
    • Romania 3.62
    • Russia 3.63
    • Saudi Arabia 3.64
    • Serbia 3.65
    • Singapore 3.66
    • Slovenia 3.67
    • South Africa 3.68
    • South Korea 3.69
    • Spain 3.70
    • Sri Lanka 3.71
    • Sweden 3.72
    • Switzerland 3.73
    • Taiwan 3.74
    • Thailand 3.75
    • Trinidad and Tobago 3.76
    • Turkey 3.77
    • Ukraine 3.78
    • United Kingdom 3.79
    • United States 3.80
    • Venezuela 3.81
    • Vietnam 3.82
    • Zimbabwe 3.83
  • Equity, by industry 4
    • Energy 4.1
    • Electronics 4.2
    • Environment and Clean Energy 4.3
    • Finance 4.4
    • Raw materials 4.5
      • Metals 4.5.1
    • Technology Sector 4.6
    • Real Estate 4.7
    • Space 4.8
    • Water 4.9
  • See also 5
    • Lists 5.1
  • References 6
  • External links 7
    • Data 7.1

Global

Large companies not ordered by any nation or type of business.

Regional indices

  • MSCI EAFE (Europe, Australasia, and Far East)

Asia

  • S&P Asia 50
  • Dow Jones Asian Titans 50 Index
  • Dow Jones Asia/Pacific Small-Cap Total Stock Market Index (DWAPS)

Europe

Latin America

Southeast Asia

National indices

Equity indices ordered by nationality of companies (in alphabetical order).

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Bangladesh

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

  • BSE DCI - Botswana Stock Exchange Domestic Company Index
  • BSE FCI - Botswana Stock Exchange Foreign Company Index

Brazil

  • Ibovespa - Bovespa Index
  • IBrX - Brazil Index (~100 companies)
  • IBrX50 - Brazil Index (50 companies)
  • IBVX-2 - Valor Bovespa Index (with Valor Econômico newspaper)
  • IEE (index) - Electric Power Index
  • IGC (index) - Special Corporate Governance Stock Index
  • ITEL - Telecommunication Sector Index

Bulgaria

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Croatia

Cyprus

  • CySE GENERAL[2]
  • FTSE/CySE20

Czech Republic

Denmark

Egypt

Estonia

  • OMXT - OMX Tallinn

Finland

France

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Haiti

Hong Kong

Hungary

Iceland

India

Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) - Sensex

National Stock Exchange of India(NSE) - Nifty

MCX Stock Exchange [MCX - SX]

Indonesia

Iran

Ireland

Israel

  • TA-100 Index (Tel Aviv 100)
  • TA-25 Index TASE's flagship index, listing TASE's 25 largest stocks by market cap, previously called the Ma'of.[3]
  • TA-75 - Stocks on TA-100 which are not included in TA-25
  • Yeter - All TASE stocks not included in the TA-100 Index
  • Mid-Cap-50 -The largest 50 shares not included in TA-100 Index (replaced the Yeter-30)
  • Tel-Tech 15 - TASE's 15 largest high-tech sector stocks
  • TA Real-Estate 15 - TASE's 15 largest real-estate sector stocks
  • TA Finance 15 - TASE's 15 largest Finance sector stocks
  • Tel-Div 20 - Index of the 20 issues listed on the TA-100 Index with the highest annual dividend yield.
  • Maala - socially responsible investing index
  • Tel-Bond 20 - consists of 20 corporate bonds

Italy

Jamaica

Japan

Jordan

Kenya

Latvia

  • OMX Riga (OMXR)
  • OMXVGI - OMX Vilnius All-Share Gross Index

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Malaysia

Note that the KLCI and Second Board comes under the umbrella of Bursa Malaysia.

Maldives

  • MASIX (Maldives Stock Exchange Index)

Mexico

Morocco

Moldova

Mongolia

Montenegro

Nepal

Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE)

Netherlands

New Zealand

Nigeria

Norway

Oman

Pakistan

Palestine

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Romania

Russia

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Singapore

  • FTSE Group indices
    • FTSE SGX Asia Shariah 100
    • FTSE ST Mid Cap
    • FTSE ST Small Cap
    • FTSE ST All-share
    • FTSE ST Fledgling
    • FTSE ST China
    • FTSE ST China Top Index
    • FTSE ST Real Estate
    • FTSE ST Real Estate Holding and Development
    • FTSE ST Real Estate Investment Trusts
    • FTSE ST Oil & Gas
    • FTSE ST Basic Materials
    • FTSE ST Industrials
    • FTSE ST Consumer Goods
    • FTSE ST Health Care
    • FTSE ST Consumer Services
    • FTSE ST Telecommunications
    • FTSE ST Utilities
    • FTSE ST Financials
    • FTSE ST Technology
  • PrimePartners China
  • Straits Times Index (STI)
  • UOB Catalist Index

Slovenia

  • SBI 20 (Slovene Stock Exchange Index)
  • SBI TOP (Slovene Blue Chip Index)

South Africa

South Korea

Spain

Sri Lanka

Sweden

Switzerland

Taiwan

Thailand

Trinidad and Tobago

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

United States

  • CPMKTE - The Capital Markets Equity Index

Venezuela

Vietnam

Zimbabwe

Equity, by industry

Equity indices ordered by industry (in alphabetical order).

Energy

Electronics

Electronic tech, computers, hardware, software, services, Internet

  • AMEX Computer Hardware Index
  • AMEX CSFB Technology Index
  • AMEX Disk Drive Index
  • AMEX Morgan Stanley High Tech Index
  • AMEX Semiconductor Index
  • CBOE GSTI Composite Index
  • Copenhagen SE Software and Computers
  • Copenhagen SE Technology and Hardware
  • Dow Jones Internet Composite Index
  • Dow Jones Internet Commerce Index
  • Dow Jones Internet Services Index
  • Dow Jones Technology Titans 30 Index
  • FTSE TECHMARK 100
  • Germany CDAX Software Return Index
  • Germany CDAX Technology Return Index
  • GICS Information Technology
  • Hang Seng Composite Information Technology
  • Iceland Information Technology Index
  • Ireland ISEQ Information Technology Price Index
  • Ireland ISEQ Information Technology Return Index
  • Kuala Lumpur SE Technology Index
  • Mumbai BSE TECk Index
  • Nasdaq Computer Index
  • NASDAQ-100 Technology Sector Index
  • OMX Helsinki Information Technology Price Index
  • Oslo SE Information Technology
  • Oslo SE Software and Computer Services
  • Oslo SE Technology Hardware and Equipment
  • PHLX Semiconductor Sector[11] (companies nationality: international)
  • PSE Technology Index
  • S&P Global 1200 Information Technology Index
  • S&P/TSX Capped Information Technology Index
  • Stockholm SX Information Technology Price Index
  • Stockholm SX Software and Computer Services PI
  • Stockholm SX Technology Hardware and Equipment PI
  • Sweden Affarsvarlden Hardware and Retail Distrib.
  • Sweden Affarsvarlden Software
  • TecDax Price Index
  • Tel Aviv Technology Index

Environment and Clean Energy

  • The Cleantech Index (Amex:CTIUS), The Index of Leading Clean Technology Companies
  • ACT Australian Cleantech Index[12] the index of cleantech companies listed on the Australian Stock Exchange managed by ACT Consulting
  • The DB Nasdaq OMX(R) Clean Tech Index (DBCC),[13] a global cleantech stock index jointly managed by Deutsche Bank and Nasdaq
  • Solactive Green Bond Index

Finance

  • PHLX / KBW Bank Index (BKX)[14] (companies nationality: USA)
  • Dow Jones U.S. Financials Index
  • Solactive Guru Index (following US Hedge Funds)

Raw materials

  • Dow Jones U.S. Basic Materials Index

Metals

Technology Sector

  • The Cleantech Index[15] (Amex:CTIUS) The Index of Leading Clean Technology Companies
  • Dow Jones U.S. Technology Index
  • Solactive 3D Printing Index
  • Solactive Social Media Index

Real Estate

Space

Water

See also

Lists

References

  1. ^ http://www.asx.com.au/asx/statistics/indexInfo.do
  2. ^ CSE.com
  3. ^ TASE.co.il
  4. ^ EVM.md
  5. ^ http://www.mse.mn/index.php?module=top
  6. ^ NigerianStockExchange.com
  7. ^ Colombo Stock Exchange S&P SL20 Index
  8. ^ Barron's 400 Index
  9. ^ Amex Oil Index - XOI
  10. ^ Altex-Global.com
  11. ^ PHLX Semiconductor Sector (SOX)
  12. ^ Auscleantech.com.au
  13. ^ [1]
  14. ^ PHLX/KBW Bank Index (BKX)
  15. ^ Cleantechindices.com
  16. ^ TheSpaceReport.org

External links

Data

  • Major World Indices - Yahoo! Finance
  • Bloomberg.com: World Indices
  • Yahoo! Finance page for Americas indexes
  • Yahoo! Finance page for Europe indexes
  • Yahoo! Finance page for Asia/Pacific
  • Yahoo! Finance page for Africa/Middle East
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