FTSE/Athex Large Cap

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FTSE
Foundation 23 September 1997
Exchanges Athens Stock Exchange
Constituents 25
Type Large cap
Website helex.gr

The FTSE/Athex Large Cap is the stock index of the twenty-five largest companies on the Athens Stock Exchange.

As of 26 May 2018 the stocks comprising this index are: Viohalco, Coca-Cola HBC AG, EYDAP, Terna Energy, Lamda Development S.A., Hellenic Petroleum, Gr. Sarantis S.A, GEK Terna, Titan Cement, ADMIE Public Power Corporation, Mytilineos Holdings, OTE, OPAP, Motor Oil Hellas, Jumbo S.A., Piraeus Port Authority (OLP), Eurobank Ergasias, Alpha Bank, National Bank of Greece, Piraeus Bank, Folli Follie, Hellenic Exchanges Group, Grivalia Properties R.E.I.C., Aegean Airlines.

Former members in recent history include Ellaktor, Metka (Metal Constructions of Greece S.A.), Attica Bank, Fourlis S.A., ATEbank, Bank of Cyprus, Cosmote, Corinth Pipeworks, Emporiki Bank, EYDAP, Frigoglass, Intralot, Marfin Investment Group, Marfin Popular Bank/Cyprus Popular Bank, Greek Postal Savings Bank/TT Hellenic Postbank etc.

The Athens Exchange uses the symbol FTSE for this index.[1] The Bloomberg code for this index is FTASE ;[1][2] the ISIN is GRI99201A006 .[1][3] Financial Times uses the symbol FTS:ATH for this index;[4] Yahoo! Finance uses the symbol FTSE.AT .[5]

History[edit]

The index was launched on 23 September 1997 (21 years ago) (1997-09-23);[1] it was created by FTSE International Ltd. Until December 3, 2012 this index consisted of 20 companies and it was called FTSE/Athex 20. From 3 December 2012 to 19 June 2017 it consisted of 25 stocks. From 19 June 2017 to 18 December 2018 it consisted of 26 members. Since 18 December 2018 it consists once again of 25 members.

Closing price[edit]

April 2016

On 11 April 2016 the index closed at 152.96 points.[6]

Overview[edit]

Company Traded as Market Sector
ADMIE (IPTO) HOLDING S.A. AthexADMIE Conventional Electricity
Aegean Airlines AthexAEGN Airlines
Alpha Bank AthexALPHA Banks
Jumbo AthexBELA Toys
Coca-Cola HBC AG AthexEEE Soft Drinks
Hellenic Petroleum AthexELPE Integrated Oil and Gas
National Bank of Greece AthexETE Banks
Eurobank Ergasias AthexEUROB Banks
Hellenic Exchanges Group AthexEXAE Investment Services
EYDAP AthexEYDAP Water
Folli Follie AthexFFGRP Specialty Retailers
GEK Terna AthexGEKTERNA Heavy Construction
Grivalia Properties R.E.I.C. AthexGRIV Specialty REITs
OTE AthexHTO Fixed Line Telecommunications
Lamda Development S.A. AthexLAMDA Real Estate Holding & Development
Motor Oil Hellas AthexMOH Exploration & Production
Mytilineos Holdings AthexMYTIL Nonferrous Metals
OPAP AthexOPAP Gambling
Piraeus Port Authority S.A. AthexPPA Transportation Services
Public Power Corporation AthexPPC Conventional Electricity
Gr. Sarantis S.A. AthexSAR Personal Products
Terna Energy AthexTENERGY Alternative Electricity
Titan Cement AthexTITK[7] Construction Materials and Fixtures
Piraeus Bank AthexTPEIR Banks
Viohalco AthexVIO Diversified Industrials

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "FTSE: Index overview". Helex.gr. Retrieved 19 April 2016.
  2. ^ "FTASE Quote - FTSE/Athens Stock Exchange Large Cap Index - Bloomberg Markets". Bloomberg.com. 2012-12-03. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  3. ^ "FTSE/Athens Stock Exchange 20 Index | ISIN GRI99201A006 | WKN A1RRGZ". Finanzen.handelsblatt.com. 2015-09-16. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  4. ^ "ATHENS SE FTSE/ASE 20 chart, prices and performance - FT.com". Markets.ft.com. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  5. ^ "FTSE.AT: Summary for FTSE/ATHEX LARGE CA- Yahoo! Finance". Finance.yahoo.com. 2015-11-18. Retrieved 2015-12-31.
  6. ^ "ATHEX: Local stocks shed 0.11 pct on day of thin trading". ekathimerini.com. 11 April 2015. Retrieved 14 April 2015.
  7. ^ Some shares of this company are traded as AthexTITP

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