Austrian Traded Index

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Evolution of the ATX index since 1986.

The Austrian Traded Index (ATX) is the most important stock market index of the Wiener Börse and the largest trading place in the Austrian economy. The ATX is, like most European indices, defined as a price index and currently consists of 20 stocks.

Components[edit]

As of July 2018, the index includes the following companies.[1]

Company Index rank % of index Industry Sector
Erste Bank 1 17,82 Financials Banking
OMV 2 13,34 Basic Industries Oil & Gas
Voestalpine 3 10,23 Basic Industries Mining & Metals
Raiffeisen International 4 10,22 Financials Banking
Andritz 5 5,96 Industrial Goods & Services Industrial Engineering & Machinery
Lenzing 7 4,50 Basic Industries Chemicals
Immofinanz 8 3,46 Financials Real Estate
Wienerberger 9 3,32 Basic Industries Construction Materials
BAWAG 10 2,52 Financials Banking
CA Immo 11 2,30 Financials Real Estate
Verbund 12 2,88 Utilities Electric Utilities
Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik AG 13 1,86 Industrial Goods & Services Electronics
Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield Equipment 14 1,84 Basic Industries Oil & Gas
Uniqa Insurance Group 15 1,79 Financials Insurance
Vienna Insurance Group 16 1,72 Financials Insurance
Österreichische Post 17 1,57 Industrial Goods & Services Transportation
FACC 18 1,42 Industrial Goods & Services Aerotechnology
Zumtobel Group 19 1,23 Industrial Goods & Services Electrical Equipment
Telekom Austria 20 0,96 Technology & Telecom Telecommunications
Porr AG 21 0,69 Building Industry Construction Industry

Companies Removed[edit]

Since 2011, the following companies have been removed from the ATX-20:

Performance and year-end values[edit]

The ATX closed the year of 2017 with a gain of 9.2% at 2.618,43.

In 2015, the Austrian Traded Index closed at 2.396,94 (Dec 30, 2015).[2] The previous years' closing values were 2.401,21 (2012), 2.546,54 (2013), and 2.160,08 (2014).[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.wienerborse.at/indizes/indexaenderungen/atx-beobachtungsliste/?fileId=125508&c17867%5Bfile%5D=cDaGV5RhMgU%3D
  2. ^ "Indizes". www.wienerborse.at. Retrieved 2016-01-01. 
  3. ^ "Jahresstatistik 2014" (PDF). Wiener Börse. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-04-25. Retrieved 2016-01-01. 

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