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NASDAQ 100 Index components | values (US6311011026)

The NASDAQ-100 contains the 100 stocks of the NASDAQ-listed non-financial companies with the highest market capitalization. In contrast, the Nasdaq Composite comprises over 3,000 stocks.

The NASDAQ-100 is a price index. It consists of 100 stocks of the Nasdaq Composite with the highest market capitalization. The index level is determined solely on the basis of share prices and only adjusted for income from subscription rights and special payments. The index weighting is based on the market capitalization of the listed companies. Corporate actions such as stock splits have no (distorting) influence on the index. The stock market value results from the multiplication of the share price of the respective company and the total number of share certificates issued by the company. The calculation is made during NASDAQ trading hours from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm local time (3:30 pm to 10:00 pm CET / CEST, or one hour earlier in the three weeks of the year in which daylight saving time is in the USA) EU is still or is already winter time) updated every second.


The investment universe includes all companies that are listed on the NASDAQ. To create a selection list, the companies in the investment universe are sorted in descending order according to market capitalization. Only companies whose market value is not less than 0.1 percent of the total market capitalization of the NASDAQ-100 at two consecutive month-ends and that have already been listed on the NASDAQ for two years are taken into account. Likewise, an average of 200,000 shares in the company have to be traded per day. The index weighting of the index components may not exceed 24.0 percent. The composition is usually decided once a year, the weighting of the listed companies is checked four times a year. The basis for the calculation of the Nasdaq-100 are the share prices of the companies.

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