stock market index

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Noun1.stock market index - index based on a statistical compilation of the share prices of a number of representative stocksstock market index - index based on a statistical compilation of the share prices of a number of representative stocks
index number, indicator, index, indicant - a number or ratio (a value on a scale of measurement) derived from a series of observed facts; can reveal relative changes as a function of time
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The benchmark KOSPI ranked 18th among the stock market indices in the world's 20 major economies, the Korea Exchange (KRX) said Thursday.
In lined with that, this paper attempt to analyse whether the changes in economic forces is said to be an indicator or as a risk to these two different stock market indices.
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The three stock market indices continued recording losses for the second consecutive week amid very weak performance, especially on the trading levels, which declined steeply during the last week's trading, where the total volume recorded 183.26 million stock during the last week, down by 41.61% compared to the earlier week's trading, while the total value decreased by the end of the week to reach K.D.
The Egyptian stock market indices continued to drop for the fourth consecutive day, reportedly affected by the Greek economic crisis, the drop in China's capital market and domestic fears of militant attacks.
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Following are the Islamic stock market indices selected as a sample of the study.
We use Vector Error Correction Methodology (VECM) of stock market indices of PIIGS, the U.S., and leading EU and euro-zone countries and examine impulse response functions and variance decompositions to estimate the impact and importance of contagion on the PIIGS.