OMX Copenhagen 20

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The OMX Copenhagen 20 (OMXC20), formerly KFX) is the top-tier stock market index for the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, which is part of the NASDAQ OMX Group. It is a market value weighted index that consists of the 20 most-traded stock classes.

Components[edit]

The following 20 listings make up the index as of December 23, 2013.[1]

OMX Copenhagen 20 Index 1989–2012
A. P. Møller-Mærsk's Sealand 40' containers.
Danske Bank's headquarters in Copenhagen.
Company Dividend Yield GICS Sector Ticker symbol
A.P. Møller-Mærsk (class A) 3.8 Marine MAERSK A
A.P. Møller-Mærsk (class B) 3.8 Marine MAERSK B
Carlsberg Group 1.7 Brewers CARL B
Chr. Hansen 2.7 Specialty chemicals CHR
Coloplast 2.4 Health care supplies COLO B
Danske Bank 3.1 Diversified banks DANSKE
DSV 0.6 Trucking DSV
FLSmidth & Co. 4.1 Construction and engineering FLS
Genmab 0.0 Biotechnology GEN
GN Store Nord 0.4 Health care equipment GN
ISS 2.4 Facilities management services ISS
Jyske Bank A/S 0.0 Diversified banks JYSK
Nordea AB 4.6 Diversified banks NDA DKK
Novo Nordisk 1.6 Pharmaceuticals NOVO B
Novozymes 1.6 Specialty chemicals NZYM B
Pandora A/S 1.0 Apparel, accessories and luxury goods PNDORA
TDC 7.1 Integrated telecommunication services TDC
Tryg 77.1 Property and casualty insurance TRYG
Vestas Wind Systems 1.0 Heavy electrical equipment VWS
William Demant 0.0 Health care equipment WDH

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Semi-annual review of OMX Copenhagen 20 Indexes". Nasdaq OMX. December 5, 2013. Retrieved May 22, 2014. 

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