World Stock Indices


The world stock indices correspond to the main indices of the most important markets worldwide. A stock index corresponds to a statistical index, generally made up of a number, which allows studying the fluctuations or variations in the value of the shares that make up said index, in a certain period of time. In Economipedia we have made a compilation of the most important stock indices in the world.

An index is made up of the most representative companies in a given market. So each stock index is an indicator of a specific market.

To see a more precise definition of the stock index see definition of stock index.

The main stock indices in the world are:

  • Europe
    • Ibex 35 (Spain)
    • FTSE 100 (Great Britain)
    • CAC 40 (France)
    • DAX 30 (Germany)
    • FTSE MIB (Italy)
    • AEX (Netherlands)
    • Eurostoxx 50 (50 most important companies in Europe)
  • Asia
    • Nikkei 225 (Japan)
    • Hang Seng (Hong Kong)
    • Kospi (South Korea)
  • America
    • Dow Jones (USA)
    • Nasdaq composite (US)
    • Nasdaq 100 (US)
    • S&P 500 (US)
    • Asunción Stock and Products Exchange (BVPASA) (Paraguay)
    • Bovespa (Brazil)
    • Merval (Argentina)
    • IGBC (Colombia)
    • IPSA (Chile)
    • IGBVL (Peru)
    • CPI (Mexico)
    • IBC (Venezuela)

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