OMX Copenhagen 20

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The OMX Copenhagen 20 (OMXC20), formerly KFX) is the top-tier stock market index for the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, which is part of the NASDAQ OMX Group. It is a market value weighted index that consists of the 20 most-traded stock classes.

Components[edit]

The following 20 listings make up the index as of December 23, 2013.[1]

OMX Copenhagen 20 Index 1989–2012
A. P. Møller-Mærsk's Sealand 40' containers.
Danske Bank's headquarters in Copenhagen.
Company GICS Sector Ticker symbol
A.P. Møller-Mærsk (class A) Marine MAERSK A
A.P. Møller-Mærsk (class B) Marine MAERSK B
Carlsberg Group Brewers CARL B
Chr. Hansen Specialty chemicals CHR
Coloplast Health care supplies COLO B
Danske Bank Diversified banks DANSKE
DSV Trucking DSV
FLSmidth & Co. Construction and engineering FLS
Genmab Biotechnology GEN
GN Store Nord Health care equipment GN
ISS Facilities management services ISS
Jyske Bank A/S Diversified banks JYSK
Nordea AB Diversified banks NDA DKK
Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals NOVO B
Novozymes Specialty chemicals NZYM B
Pandora A/S Apparel, accessories and luxury goods PNDORA
TDC Integrated telecommunication services TDC
Tryg Property and casualty insurance TRYG
Vestas Wind Systems Heavy electrical equipment VWS
William Demant Health care equipment WDH

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Semi-annual review of OMX Copenhagen 20 Indexes". Nasdaq OMX. December 5, 2013. Retrieved May 22, 2014. 

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