S&P 100

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S&P 100
FoundationJune 15, 1983; 38 years ago (1983-06-15)[1]
OperatorS&P Dow Jones Indices[2]
ExchangesNYSE, Nasdaq
Constituents101[3]
TypeLarge-cap[2]
Market capUS$28.5 trillion
(as of January 4, 2022)[4]
Weighting methodFree-float capitalization-weighted[5]
Related indices
List
Websitewww.spglobal.com/spdji/en/indices/equity/sp-100/

The S&P 100 Index is a stock market index of United States stocks maintained by Standard & Poor's.

Index options on the S&P 100 are traded with the ticker symbol "OEX". Because of the popularity of these options, investors often refer to the index by its ticker symbol.

The S&P 100, a subset of the S&P 500, includes 101 (because one of its component companies has 2 classes of stock) leading U.S. stocks with exchange-listed options. Constituents of the S&P 100 are selected for sector balance and represent about 67% of the market capitalization of the S&P 500 and almost 54% of the market capitalization of the U.S. equity markets as of December 2020. The stocks in the S&P 100 tend to be the largest and most established companies in the S&P 500.[6]

History[edit]

In 1983, the CBOE created the first index options, based on its own index, the CBOE 100.

In 1993, CBOE created the Chicago Board Options Exchange Market Volatility Index (VIX), which was computed based on the price of S&P 100 options (at the time these were by far the most heavily traded index options). Then in 2003, they changed it to be based on the S&P 500.

Record values[edit]

Category Value Date
Closing 2,219.44 Monday, January 3, 2022
Intraday 2,227.86 Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Components[edit]

(as of March 22, 2021[7])

Symbol Name Sector
AAPL Apple Information Technology
ABBV AbbVie Health Care
ABT Abbott Health Care
ACN Accenture Information Technology
ADBE Adobe Information Technology
AIG AIG Financials
AMGN Amgen Health Care
AMT American Tower Real Estate
AMZN Amazon Consumer Discretionary
AVGO Broadcom Information Technology
AXP American Express Financials
BA Boeing Industrials
BAC Bank of America Financials
BIIB Biogen Health Care
BK BNY Mellon Financials
BKNG Booking Holdings Consumer Discretionary
BLK BlackRock Financials
BMY Bristol Myers Squibb Health Care
BRK.B Berkshire Hathaway Financials
C Citigroup Financials
CAT Caterpillar Industrials
CHTR Charter Communications Communication Services
CL Colgate-Palmolive Consumer Staples
CMCSA Comcast Communication Services
COF Capital One Financials
COP ConocoPhillips Energy
COST Costco Consumer Staples
CRM Salesforce Information Technology
CSCO Cisco Information Technology
CVS CVS Health Health Care
CVX Chevron Energy
DD DuPont Materials
DHR Danaher Health Care
DIS Disney Communication Services
DOW Dow Materials
DUK Duke Energy Utilities
EMR Emerson Industrials
EXC Exelon Utilities
F Ford Consumer Discretionary
FB Meta Platforms Communication Services
FDX FedEx Industrials
GD General Dynamics Industrials
GE GE Industrials
GILD Gilead Health Care
GM GM Consumer Discretionary
GOOG Alphabet (Class C) Communication Services
GOOGL Alphabet (Class A) Communication Services
GS Goldman Sachs Financials
HD Home Depot Consumer Discretionary
HON Honeywell Industrials
IBM IBM Information Technology
INTC Intel Information Technology
JNJ Johnson & Johnson Health Care
JPM JPMorgan Chase Financials
KHC Kraft Heinz Consumer Staples
KO Coca-Cola Consumer Staples
LIN Linde Industrials
LLY Eli Lilly Health Care
LMT Lockheed Martin Industrials
LOW Lowe's Consumer Discretionary
MA Mastercard Financials
MCD McDonald's Consumer Discretionary
MDLZ Mondelēz International Consumer Staples
MDT Medtronic Health Care
MET MetLife Financials
MMM 3M Industrials
MO Altria Consumer Staples
MRK Merck Health Care
MS Morgan Stanley Financials
MSFT Microsoft Information Technology
NEE NextEra Energy Utilities
NFLX Netflix Communication Services
NKE Nike Consumer Discretionary
NVDA Nvidia Information Technology
ORCL Oracle Information Technology
PEP PepsiCo Consumer Staples
PFE Pfizer Health Care
PG Procter & Gamble Consumer Staples
PM Philip Morris International Consumer Staples
PYPL PayPal Financials
QCOM Qualcomm Information Technology
RTX Raytheon Technologies Industrials
SBUX Starbucks Consumer Discretionary
SO Southern Company Utilities
SPG Simon Real Estate
T AT&T Communication Services
TGT Target Consumer Staples
TMO Thermo Fisher Scientific Health Care
TMUS T-Mobile Communication Services
TSLA Tesla Consumer Discretionary
TXN Texas Instruments Information Technology
UNH UnitedHealth Health Care
UNP Union Pacific Industrials
UPS United Parcel Service Industrials
USB U.S. Bancorp Financials
V Visa Financials
VZ Verizon Communication Services
WBA Walgreens Boots Alliance Consumer Staples
WFC Wells Fargo Financials
WMT Walmart Consumer Staples
XOM ExxonMobil Energy

Statistics[edit]

The mean free float market capitalization of the S&P 100 is over 3 times that of the S&P 500 ($135 bn vs $40 bn as of January 2017); as such, it is larger than a large-cap index. The "sigma" of companies within the S&P 100 is typically less than that of the S&P 500 and thus the corresponding volatility of the S&P 100 is lower. However, the correlation between the two indices is very high.[8]

Investing[edit]

This index is tracked by the exchange-traded fund iShares S&P 100 Index (NYSE ArcaOEF).

Annual Returns[edit]

The following table shows the price return of the S&P 100 since 1975:

Year Closing level Change in index

in points

Change in index

in %

1975 50.00
1976 58.23 8.23 16.46
1977 51.03 −7.20 −12.36
1978 52.99 1.96 3.84
1979 55.53 2.54 4.79
1980 68.83 13.30 23.95
1981 59.77 −9.06 −13.16
1982 71.08 11.31 18.93
1983 83.06 11.98 16.85
1984 82.54 −0.52 −0.63
1985 103.01 20.47 24.80
1986 115.55 12.54 12.17
1987 119.13 3.58 3.10
1988 131.93 12.80 10.74
1989 164.68 32.75 24.82
1990 155.22 −9.46 −5.74
1991 192.78 37.56 24.19
1992 198.32 5.54 2.87
1993 214.73 16.41 8.27
1994 214.32 −0.41 −0.19
1995 292.96 78.64 36.70
1996 359.99 67.03 22.88
1997 459.94 99.95 27.76
1998 604.03 144.09 31.33
1999 792.83 188.80 31.26
2000 686.45 −106.38 −13.42
2001 584.28 −102.17 −14.88
2002 444.75 −139.53 −23.88
2003 550.78 106.03 23.84
2004 575.29 24.51 4.45
2005 570.00 −5.29 −0.92
2006 660.41 90.41 15.86
2007 685.65 25.24 3.82
2008 431.54 −254.11 −37.06
2009 514.09 82.55 19.13
2010 565.90 51.81 10.08
2011 570.79 4.89 0.86
2012 646.61 75.82 13.28
2013 823.81 177.20 27.40
2014 908.38 84.57 10.27
2015 911.43 3.05 0.34
2016 991.43 80.00 8.78
2017 1,183.15 191.72 19.34
2018 1,113.87 −69.28 −5.86
2019 1,442.17 328.30 29.47
2020 1,720.50 278.33 19.30
2021 2,194.58 474.08 27.55

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "S&P 100 factsheet" (PDF). Standard & Poor's. Retrieved January 20, 2013.
  2. ^ a b "S&P 100 Overview". S&P/Dow Jones Indices LLC. Retrieved January 20, 2013.
  3. ^ "Data" (PDF). www.spice-indices.com.
  4. ^ "Data" (PDF). www.spice-indices.com.
  5. ^ "S&P U.S. Indices Methodology" (PDF). Standard & Poor's. Retrieved May 14, 2016.
  6. ^ S&P 100 fact sheet
  7. ^ "iShares S&P 100 ETF - OEF - US Class". BlackRock.
  8. ^ Rhoads, Russell (23 January 2014). Trading Weekly Options: Pricing Characteristics and Short-Term Trading Strategies. Wiley. ISBN 9781118727171 – via Google Books.
  9. ^ "SP 100 Index Yearly Stock Returns".

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