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NASDAQ OMX 100 Index

What is 'NASDAQ OMX 100 Index'

A market-capitalization weighted index made up of the 100 largest companies listed on the NASDAQ OMX group exchanges in the United States and the Nordic countries. This index tracks large growth stocks across a broad range of sectors, with the Nasdaq's emphasis on innovation, technology, growth and globalization.

Explaining 'NASDAQ OMX 100 Index'

The NASDAQ OMX 100 Index was introduced in March 2008. It is designed to be a global index and is disseminated in both dollars and euros. It is calculated in real time. Some of the stocks listed on the exchange are Amazon, Apple, Cisco, Danske Bank and NVIDIA.


Further Reading


The effects of board independence and CEO duality on firm performance: evidence from the NASDAQ-100 index with controls for endogeneity
articlegateway.com [PDF]
… and somewhat “tech heavy” firms that have opportunities for growth (NASDAQ Global Indexes, 2015) … sample firms for this study initially include all 100 firms in NASDAQ-100 Index during the … Model 2's condition index from the collinearity diagnostics (not shown) is reduced from …

Developed and developing capital markets in interaction: the Baltic countries economic sector indices in the context of the worldDeveloped and developing capital markets in interaction: the Baltic countries economic sector indices in the context of the world
journals.vgtu.lt [PDF]
… and somewhat “tech heavy” firms that have opportunities for growth (NASDAQ Global Indexes, 2015) … sample firms for this study initially include all 100 firms in NASDAQ-100 Index during the … Model 2's condition index from the collinearity diagnostics (not shown) is reduced from …

Global financial crisis and its impact on Lithuanian economyGlobal financial crisis and its impact on Lithuanian economy
etalpykla.lituanistikadb.lt [PDF]
… and somewhat “tech heavy” firms that have opportunities for growth (NASDAQ Global Indexes, 2015) … sample firms for this study initially include all 100 firms in NASDAQ-100 Index during the … Model 2's condition index from the collinearity diagnostics (not shown) is reduced from …

Market efficiency of traditional stock market indices and social responsible indices: The role of sustainability reportingMarket efficiency of traditional stock market indices and social responsible indices: The role of sustainability reporting
www.ceeol.com [PDF]
… and somewhat “tech heavy” firms that have opportunities for growth (NASDAQ Global Indexes, 2015) … sample firms for this study initially include all 100 firms in NASDAQ-100 Index during the … Model 2's condition index from the collinearity diagnostics (not shown) is reduced from …

Investment Attractiveness of “Green” Financial InstrumentsInvestment Attractiveness of “Green” Financial Instruments
lifescienceglobal.com [PDF]
… and somewhat “tech heavy” firms that have opportunities for growth (NASDAQ Global Indexes, 2015) … sample firms for this study initially include all 100 firms in NASDAQ-100 Index during the … Model 2's condition index from the collinearity diagnostics (not shown) is reduced from …

Invisible walls: Do psychological barriers really exist in stock index levels?Invisible walls: Do psychological barriers really exist in stock index levels?
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… and somewhat “tech heavy” firms that have opportunities for growth (NASDAQ Global Indexes, 2015) … sample firms for this study initially include all 100 firms in NASDAQ-100 Index during the … Model 2's condition index from the collinearity diagnostics (not shown) is reduced from …

Financial indexes and instruments based thereonFinancial indexes and instruments based thereon
patents.google.com [PDF]
… and somewhat “tech heavy” firms that have opportunities for growth (NASDAQ Global Indexes, 2015) … sample firms for this study initially include all 100 firms in NASDAQ-100 Index during the … Model 2's condition index from the collinearity diagnostics (not shown) is reduced from …



Q&A About NASDAQ OMX 100 Index


What is the NASDAQ OMX 1 Index?

The NASDAQ OMX 1 Index is a market-capitalization weighted index made up of the largest companies listed on the NASDAQ OMX group exchanges in the United States and Nordic countries.

What does it track?

It tracks large growth stocks across a broad range of sectors with an emphasis on innovation, technology, growth and globalization.

Where can you find information about this index?

You can find information about this index online at Nasdaq's website.

Who are some of the companies listed on this exchange?

Some of these companies include Amazon, Apple, Cisco, Danske Bank and NVIDIA.