FTSE Developed Europe Index

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The FTSE Developed Europe Index is an index of European stocks, part of the FTSE Global Equity Index Series. It is a subset of the FTSE Europe Index. The FTSE Eurobloc Index is a subset of it.

The FTSE Developed Europe Ex UK Index[edit]

The FTSE Developed Europe ex UK Index comprises large (45%) and mid (55%) cap stocks covering 15 Developed markets in Europe excluding the UK. It was launched on June 30, 2000. The Base Date is December 31, 1986.

The index is derived from the FTSE Global Equity Index Series (GEIS), which covers 98% of the world’s investable market capitalisation.

Stocks are free-float weighted. The index follows the Industry Classification Benchmark.

Constituents[edit]

Country Constituents Market Cap(USDbn)(%) Weight
Austria 11 73 1.14
Belgium/Luxembourg 16 144 2.26
Denmark 12 110 1.73
Finland 11 161 2.53
France 72 1,503 23.57
Germany 51 1,029 16.12
Greece 12 95 1.49
Ireland 8 104 1.63
Italy 44 602 9.43
Netherlands 21 485 7.61
Norway 11 115 1.8
Portugal 8 53 0.84
Spain 33 622 9.74
Sweden 33 369 5.79
Switzerland 33 914 14.33
Total 376 6,380 100

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