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  • Index Values - ASX 200 - ASX
    The ASX Group's activities span primary and secondary market services, including capital formation and hedging, trading and price discovery (Australian Securities Exchange) central counter party risk transfer (ASX Clearing Corporation); and securities settlement for both the equities and fixed income markets (ASX Settlement Corporation)
  • List of ASX Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) - Market Index
    How do ETFs Work? Let's use one of Australia's largest ETFs as an example The SPDR S P ASX 200 Fund (STW) aims to replicate the performance of the S P ASX 200 index by purchasing all its 200 constituents in a weighting similar to the index
  • ASX 50 List - Data for ASX Top 50 Companies
    The S P ASX 50 (XFL) Index comprises Australia’s large-cap equites The index contains the 50 largest ASX listed stocks with the cut-off being a market capitalisation of ~$5billion (AUD)
  • ASX 20 List - Data for ASX Top 20 Companies
    The S P ASX 20 (XTL) is Australia’s narrowest stock market index The index contains the 20 largest ASX listed stocks and accounts for ~47% (March 2017) of Australia’s sharemarket capitalisation All companies are highly liquid and considered “bluechip” shares
  • ASX 300 List - Data for ASX Top 300 Companies
    The S P ASX 300 (XKO) Index provides exposure to Australia’s large, mid and small-cap equities The index consists of all S P ASX 200 companies plus 100 smaller-cap companies that have market capitalisations’ above ~$100 million (AUD)
  • iShares Core S P ASX 200 ETF | IOZ - BlackRock
    The fund aims to provide investors with the performance of an index, before fees and expenses, composed of the 200 largest Australian securities listed on the ASX The index, the S P ASX 200 Accumulation Index, covers approximately 80%* of the market capitalisation of the Australian equity market
  • All Ordinaries - Wikipedia
    Established in January 1980, the All Ordinaries (colloquially known as the "All Ords"; also known as the All Ordinaries Index, AOI) is the oldest index of shares in Australia It is made up of the share prices for 500 of the largest companies listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) The market capitalization of the companies included in the All Ords index amounts to over 95% of the
  • Welcome - GUD
    Welcome GUD Holdings Limited comprises a number of dynamic product companies based in Australia and New Zealand Through these businesses, GUD is the owner of one of the Asia-Pacific region's premier brand portfolios
  • All Ords List - Company Data for All Ordinaries Index
    The All Ordinaries Index (XAO) provides a benchmark for the “whole” Australian sharemarket The index consists of the 500 largest companies listed on the ASX
  • Biotech Daily, Daily news on ASX-listed biotechnology . . .
    Biotech Daily covers the major announcements from ASX-listed biotech companies as well as developments in government policy and regulation Published shortly after the stock market closes five days a week - excluding public holidays - Biotech Daily is the only comprehensive daily source of information on the listed biotech sector

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