Russell 1000 Index

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The Russell 1000 Index is a stock market index that represents the highest-ranking 1,000 stocks in the Russell 3000 Index, which represents about 90% of the total market capitalization of that index. As of 31 January 2017, the stocks of the Russell 1000 Index have a weighted average market capitalization of almost $140 billion; the median market capitalization is nearly $8.7 billion. The index, which was launched on January 1, 1984, is maintained by FTSE Russell, a subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange Group.

The ticker symbol is ^RUI.

Investing[edit]

The Russell 1000 Index is tracked by several exchange-traded funds, such as the iShares Russell 1000 Index (NYSE ArcaIWB)[1] and the Vanguard Russell 1000 Index ETF (NASDAQVONE).[2]

Annual returns[edit]

Year Price return Total return
1995 34.44% 37.77%
1996 19.72% 22.45%
1997 30.49% 32.85%
1998 25.12% 27.02%
1999 19.46% 20.91%
2000 −8.84% –7.79%
2001 –13.59% –12.45%
2002 −22.94% –21.65%
2003 27.54% 29.89%
2004 9.49% 11.40%
2005 4.37% 6.27%
2006 13.34% 15.46%
2007 3.86% 5.77%
2008 −39.02% –37.60%
2009 25.47% 28.43%
2010 13.87% 16.10%
2011 −0.51% 1.50%
2012 13.92% 16.42%
2013 30.44% 33.11%
2014 11.07% 13.24%
2015 −1.09% 0.92%
2016 9.70% 12.05%

Top 10 holdings[edit]

(as of December 31, 2016)[3]

Top sectors by weight[edit]

  • Financial Services
  • Technology
  • Consumer Discretionary
  • Health Care
  • Producer Durables

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