DJ New Zealand index
What is the DJ New Zealand index?
The DJ New Zealand index is an international equity index created by Dow Jones to provide data on the New Zealand market. New Zealand is classed as a developed market, which means it’s one of the most accessible to foreign investors. The index consists of the 50 largest, eligible stocks listed on the Main Board of the NZX by flat-adjusted market capitalization.
Where have you heard about the DJ New Zealand index?
Dow Jones is a name recognised all over the world, and it operates numerous global indices as well as the famous Dow 30. The DJ New Zealand index is one of many indices that are part of the Dow Jones global indices family.
What you need to know about the DJ New Zealand index.
The index is constructed to cover 95% of market value at country level, and gives a broad representation of public companies. It gives you the tools you need to measure the performance of New Zealand stocks from a wide range of industries.
The Dow Jones global indices enable you to compare data from all over the world. They're divided into four sections – market cap, geographic regions, countries and sectors.
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