AScX index

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The AScX index, derived from Amsterdam Small Cap Index, also known as Small Cap index or simply Small Cap, is a stock market index composed of Dutch companies that trade on Euronext Amsterdam, formerly known as the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. The index was started in 2005. It is composed of the 25 funds that trade on the exchange and that rank 51–75 in size. The funds that rank 1–25 in size are represented in the AEX index and the funds that rank 26–50 in size are represented in the AMX index. The composition is reviewed twice a year.

Composition[edit]

The AScX index has the following composition as of 14 June 2018.[1]

Company ICB Sector Ticker symbol Index weighting (%)
Accell Group recreational products ACCEL 4.18
Amsterdam Commodities food products ACOMO 4.32
Avantium specialty chemicals AVTX 0.77
Basic-Fit recreational services BFIT 7.82
Beter Bed home improvement retailers BBED 1.17
Binckbank investment services BINCK 2.66
Brunel International support services BRNL 3.41
Fagron medical equipment FAGR 5.38
Forfarmers farming and fishing FFARM 5.41
Heijmans heavy construction HEIJM 2.39
Hunter Douglas furnishings HDG 4.28
ICT Group software ICT 1.11
Kas Bank investment services KA 1.08
Kendrion industrial machinery KENDR 4.47
Kiadis biotechnology KDS 0.91
Lucas Bols distillers and vintners BOLS 1.26
Nedap electronic equipment NEDAP 2.08
NSI NV diversified REITs NSI 5.60
Ordina computer services ORDI 1.51
Pharming Group biotechnology PHARM 8.13
SIF Holding renewable energy equipment SIFG 1.94
Van Lanschot Kempen banks VLK 8.33
Vastned retail REITs VASTN 5.49
VolkerWessels heavy construction KVW 6.65
Wessanen food products WES 9.65

See also[edit]

  • AEX index, the market index of the 25 largest funds on Euronext Amsterdam.
  • AMX index, the market index of the next 25 largest funds on Euronext Amsterdam.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ASCX-INDEX Market Information". Euronext. Retrieved 16 June 2018.

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