OMX Helsinki 25

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OMX Helsinki 25 (OMXH25, formerly HEX25) is a stock market index for Helsinki Stock Exchange. It is a market value weighted index that consists of the 25 most-traded stock classes. The maximum weight for a single stock is limited to 10%. This is mainly to limit Nokia's weight in the index, although Fortum and Sampo Group were also capped in the February 2009 reshuffle.

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OMX Helsinki 25 Index 1988–2012
A Nokia N900 phone.
Stora Enso paper mill in Oulu.

As of the semi-annual review effective 1 August 2011, the following 25 companies make up the index:[1]

Company GICS Sector Ticker symbol
Cargotec industrial machinery CGCBV
Elisa integrated telecommunication services ELI1V
Fortum electric utilities FUM1V
Kemira diversified chemicals KRA1V
Kesko food retail KESBV
Kone industrial machinery KNEBV
Konecranes industrial machinery KCR1V
Metso industrial machinery MEO1V
Neste Oil oil and gas refining and marketing NES1V
Nokia communications equipment NOK1V
Nokian Tyres tyres and rubber NRE1V
Nordea AB diversified banks NDA1V
Orion Corporation pharmaceuticals ORNBV
Outokumpu steel OUT1V
Outotec construction and engineering OTE1V
Pohjola Bank other diversified financial services POH1S
Rautaruukki steel RTRKS
Sampo multi-line insurance SAMAS
Sanoma publishing SAA1V
Stora Enso paper products STERV
Talvivaara Mining Company diversified metals and mining TLV1V
TeliaSonera AB integrated telecommunication services TLS1V
UPM paper products UPM1V
Wärtsilä industrial machinery WRTBV
YIT construction and engineering YTY1V

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