OMX Stockholm 30

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The OMX Stockholm 30 (OMXS30) is a stock market index for the Stockholm Stock Exchange. It is a capitalization-weighted index that consists of the 30 most-traded stock classes.

Composition[edit]

OMX Stockholm 30 Index 1986–2012

As of the semi-annual reshuffle of 1 July 2009 the index is composed of the following listings (its composition was left unchanged in both semi-annual reviews in 2010 and 2011):

Company GICS Sector Ticker symbol Index weighting (%)[1]
ABB industrial machinery ABB.ST 2.97
Alfa Laval industrial machinery ALFA.ST 1.56
Assa Abloy building products ASSA-B.ST 1.87
AstraZeneca pharmaceuticals AZN.ST 4.54
Atlas Copco (class A) industrial machinery ATCO-A.ST 3.26
Atlas Copco (class B) industrial machinery ATCO-B.ST 1.37
Boliden diversified metals and mining BOL.ST 0.80
Electrolux household appliances ELUX-B.ST 1.62
Ericsson communications equipment ERIC-B.ST 11.45
Getinge health care equipment GETI-B.ST 1.14
Hennes & Mauritz apparel retail HM-B.ST 14.13
Investor multi-sector holdings INVE-B.ST 2.72
Kinnevik multi-sector holdings KINV-B.ST 1.66
Lundin Petroleum oil and gas exploration and production LUPE.ST 0.95
Modern Times Group broadcasting MTG-B.ST 0.56
Nokia communications equipment NOKI.ST 0.26
Nordea diversified banks NDA-SEK.ST 12.39
Sandvik industrial machinery SAND.ST 3.41
SCA paper products SCA-B.ST 2.44
SEB diversified banks SEB-A.ST 3.70
Securitas diversified commercial and professional services SECU-B.ST 1.14
Skanska construction and engineering SKA-B.ST 1.73
SKF industrial machinery SKF-B.ST 1.95
SSAB steel SSAB-A.ST 1.09
Svenska Handelsbanken diversified banks SHB-A.ST 4.48
Swedbank diversified banks SWED-A.ST 1.16
Swedish Match tobacco SWMA.ST 1.58
Tele2 integrated telecommunication services TEL2-B.ST 1.57
TeliaSonera integrated telecommunication services TLSN.ST 9.14
Volvo Group construction and farm machinery; heavy trucks VOLV-B.ST 3.47

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ At last index reclassification on 1 July 2009.[citation needed] Source: Latest index reviews, OMX Group.

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