LuxX Index

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The LuxX Price is the main stock market index of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, the stock exchange based in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. The LuxX is a weighted index of the nine[1] most valuable listed stocks by free floated market capitalisation (ten until the collapse of Fortis in 2008).[2] The index was fixed at 1,000 on 4 January 1999: the first day of trading after Luxembourg adopted the euro.[2] The nine companies currently included in the index are:

Company Industry Country Weighting
Aperam ne Metals  LUX 15.82%
Arcelor Mittal Steel  LUX 20.04%
Brederode Investment  LUX 4.56%
Luxempart Investment  LUX 3.69%
Reinet Investments Investment  LUX 14.40%
RTL Group Media  LUX 20.63%
SES Telecommunications  LUX 19.55%
Socfinaf Resource extraction  LUX 0.68%
Socfinasia Resource extraction  LUX 0.59%
Source: Luxembourg Stock Exchange[3]

Historical quotes[edit]

Year end Close Annual change (%)
Start 1,000 -
1999 1,397 Increase +39.7%
2000 1,388 Decrease –0.7%
2001 1,116 Decrease –19.6%
2002 790 Decrease –29.2%
2003 1,019 Increase +29.0%
2004 1,292 Increase +26.8%
2005 1,637 Increase +26.7%
2006 2,177 Increase +33.0%
2007 2,419 Increase +11.1%
2008 981 Decrease –59.4%
2009 1,371 Increase +40.0%
2010 1,542 Increase +12.4%
2011 1,135 Decrease -26.4%
2012 1,248 Increase +10.0%
2013 1,451 Increase +16.1%
2014 1,520 Increase
2015 1,391 Decrease
2016 1,669 Increase
2017 1,638 Decrease
Source: Luxembourg Stock Exchange[4]

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