CAC Next 20

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The CAC Next 20 is an index of security prices used with the Euronext Paris or Euronext Amsterdam. It gathers the 20 companies whose market capitalizations are ranked after those of the 40 companies who compose the CAC 40. These 20 are possible candidates to replace the members of the CAC 40 index. The CAC Next 20 was launched on 31 December 2002. Like the CAC 40, this new index is calculated uninterruptedly every 30 seconds.

Composition[edit]

The following is the list of the CAC Next 20 companies as of 5 June 2018.[1]

Company ICB Sector Ticker symbol
Air France–KLM airline EuronextAF
Alstom rail transportation EuronextALO
Arkema specialty chemicals EuronextAKE
Bureau Veritas business support services EuronextBVI
Dassault Systèmes software EuronextDSY
Edenred financial administration EuronextEDEN
EDF electricity EuronextEDF
Eiffage construction EuronextFGR
Faurecia automotive parts EuronextEO
Gecina real estate EuronextGFS
Gemalto electronic equipment EuronextGTO
Hermès clothing and accessories EuronextRMS
Iliad telecommunications EuronextILD
Ingenico electronic transactions EuronextING
Klépierre real estate EuronextLI
Natixis banks EuronextKN
Scor reinsurance EuronextSCR
Suez Environnement water EuronextSEV
Teleperformance business support services EuronextRCF
Thales defense EuronextHO

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "CAC NEXT 20 - Market Information". Euronext. 4 October 2017. Retrieved 5 October 2017. 

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