These 10 days charts below are showing the latest index values of Australian ASX stock markets. The charts are getting updated daily basis and they are reflecting Australian investors’ moods on the last trading day.
The first 10 days ASX (Australian Securities Exchange) chart is about all day index price changes (in Australian dollars) of S&P/ASX 200. This market-capitalization weighted and float-adjusted stock market index is based on the 200 largest public companies by market capitalisation and listed on the Sydney ASX markets from Standard & Poor’s. The index started on 31 March 2000 with a value of 3133.30
The second Australian Securities Exchange 10 days chart is about the S&P/ASX 20 (XTL) and it represents a group of the largest 20 listed companies on the ASX. Since it is narrower index than ASX 200 it is also highly liquid and actively traded.
The third S&P/ASX 50 or XFL 10 days chart is represents an index value of the 50 large-capitalization stocks by the Australian stock market. Also the index is part of the S&P Global 1200.
The 10 days S&P/ASX 100 (XTO) chart below is representing Australian large and mid-capitalization securities. The index was established in 2006 as the result of a merger between the Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange.
The following S&P/ASX 300 (XKO) 10 days chart is a market-capitalisation weighted and float-adjusted stock market index of Australian stocks listed on the Australian Securities Exchange from Standard & Poor’s. The index includes the large, mid and small capitalisation stocks which provide investors with broader exposure.
The Australian Stock Markets on Last 5 Days
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