Composite (finance)

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A composite or a composite index is combination of equities or indexes intended to measure the overall market performance over time.

A composite index may also be used in the natural or social sciences to summarize complex or multidimensional data or redundant measures. An example of a composite index in the social sciences is used in the European Lifelong Learning Indicators (ELLI) project.

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