Index hand

the pointer or hand of a clock, watch, or other registering machine; a hand that points to something.

See also: Index

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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stock index hand, with an expense of 0.27%, to a well-known index fund with an expense of 0.05%.
At Windsor, Dear Maurice should get evening revellers off to a flyer in the City Index Hand icap.
THE MAIN index handed back gains on Friday as rises in oil majors driven by the potential for supply disruptions due to tensions in the Middle East were not enough to offset general gloom about the threatened US-Iran military standoff.
In 2013, bonds in the index handed investors a loss of two per cent, the first since 1999.
As in the '90s models, the dial has a Clou de Paris decor, a feature that lends it significant depth, highlighting the large Arab numerals and hour markers, as luminescent as the index hands. The workmanship on the dial means the traditional sandwich style cannot be achieved, but the night-time luminosity of the hands and markers is equally very high.