Euronext is the leading pan-European exchange, covering Belgium, France, Ireland, The Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and the UK. Following the acquisition of Oslo Børs by Euronext in June 2019, trading on Merkur Market migrated onto the Euronext trading platform Optiq in November 2020, simultaneously as the migration of trading with equity securities on Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess. The Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess indices, except OSEEX, are based on the Global Industry Classification Standard ® (GICS) developed by MSCI and Standard & Poor’s. All official indices are total return indices.
Oslo All-Share Index is a market capitalization weighted index that tracks the stock performance of all shares listed on the Exchange in its respective sectors. The index is classified based on the new GICS system. The Oslo Børs Benchmark Index is an investible index which comprises the most traded shares listed on Oslo Børs. It is a semiannually revised free float adjusted index with changes implemented on 1 December and 1 June respectively. In the period between the review dates the number of shares for each security is fixed with exception of adjustments for corporate actions with priority for existing shareholders. The OSEBX index is adjusted for dividend payments. The Oslo Børs All Share Index (OSEAX) consists of all shares listed on Oslo Børs. The index is adjusted for corporate actions daily and the current outstanding number of shares is applied in the index. The OSEAX index is adjusted for dividend payments. The Oslo Børs Mutual Fund Index is a capped version of OSEBX. The capping rules complies with the UCITS directives for regulating investments in mutual funds. Capping is performed quarterly with effect on the first trading day in March, June, September and December. The OSEFX index is adjusted for dividend payments.
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