NYSE Arca Major Market Index

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The NYSE Arca Major Market Index (or XMI or MMI), previously the AMEX Major Market Index, is the American price-weighted stock market index made up of 20 Blue Chip industrial stocks of major U.S. corporations. Several of the stocks are also components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA).

Despite the name none of the stocks that make up the index trade on NYSE Arca exchange, instead all but one (Microsoft Corporation) trade on the NYSE. The index was established April 29, 1983; the base price on that date was set at 200.00 with a base value of 200.00

Futures on the XMI Index are traded on the Chicago Board of Trade. Options on the index are traded on Amex, and on Euronext.[1][2]

XMI components[edit]

Symbol Company
AXP American Express Company
BA The Boeing Company
CVX Chevron Corporation
DD E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company
DIS The Walt Disney Company
DOW The Dow Chemical Company
GE General Electric Company
HPQ Hewlett-Packard Company
IBM International Business Machines Corporation
JNJ Johnson & Johnson
JPM JPMorgan Chase & Co.
KO The Coca-Cola Company
MCD McDonald's Corp.
MMM 3M Company
MRK Merck & Co. Inc.
MSFT Microsoft Corporation
PG The Procter & Gamble Company
WFC Wells Fargo & Company
WMT Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
XOM Exxon Mobil Corporation

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