OMX Nordic 40

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The OMX Nordic 40 (OMXN40) is a stock market index for the pan-regional (virtual) Nordic Stock Exchange. It is a market value-weighted index, created on October 2, 2006, that consists of the 40 most-traded stock classes of shares from the four stock markets operated by the OMX Group in the Nordic countries - Copenhagen, Helsinki, Reykjavík and Stockholm (although no Icelandic companies currently feature). The base date for the index is December 28, 2001, with a base value of 1000.[1] Despite its name, it does not have any Norwegian companies.

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As of the index reshuffle effective 19 June 2009 the index is composed of the following 40 listings:

Company Countries listed GICS Sector Ticker symbol
ABB Sweden industrial machinery ABB
Alfa Laval Sweden industrial machinery ALFA
A.P. Møller-Mærsk (class B) Denmark marine MAERSK B
Assa Abloy Sweden building products ASSA B
AstraZeneca Sweden pharmaceuticals AZN
Atlas Copco (class A) Sweden industrial machinery ATCO A
Carlsberg Group Denmark brewers CARL B
Danske Bank Denmark diversified banks DANSKE
Electrolux Sweden household appliances ELUX B
Ericsson Sweden communications equipment ERIC B
Fortum Finland electric utilities FUM1V
Getinge Sweden health care equipment GETI B
Hennes & Mauritz Sweden apparel retail HM B
Investor Sweden multi-sector holdings INVE B
Kone Finland industrial machinery KNEBV
Metso Finland industrial machinery MEO1V
Nordea Denmark/Finland/Sweden 2 diversified banks NDA SEK
Nokia Finland/Sweden 3 communications equipment NOK1V
Novo Nordisk Denmark pharmaceuticals NOVO B
Novozymes Denmark specialty chemicals NZYM B
Outokumpu Finland steel OUT1V
Sampo Finland multi-line insurance SAMAS
Sandvik Sweden industrial machinery SAND
SCA Sweden paper products SCA B
SCANIA Sweden construction and farm machinery; heavy trucks SCV B
SEB Sweden diversified banks SEB A
Securitas Sweden diversified commercial and professional services SECU B
Skanska Sweden construction and engineering SKA B
SKF Sweden industrial machinery SKF B
SSAB Sweden steel SSAB A
Svenska Handelsbanken Sweden diversified banks SHB A
Stora Enso Finland/Sweden 3 paper products STERV
Swedbank Sweden diversified banks SWED A
Swedish Match Sweden tobacco SWMA
Tele2 Sweden integrated telecommunication services TEL2 B
TeliaSonera Finland/Sweden 2 integrated telecommunication services TLSN
UPM Finland paper products UPM1V
Volvo Group Sweden construction and farm machinery; heavy trucks VOLV B
Vestas Wind Systems Denmark heavy electrical equipment VWS
Wärtsilä Finland industrial machinery WRT1V

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