The Nikkei Asia300 Index is based on the group of around 300 must-watch companies selected by Nikkei as “Asia300” from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, India, and 6 countries from South East Asia and is calculated as a free-float adjusted market value index. The aim of the index is to capture the dynamism of the region at the forefront of global economic growth.
The Nikkei Asia300 Index covers stocks of the “Asia300”, listed in the following 11 countries and regions, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and India. The Nikkei Asia300 ASEAN Index covers companies of countries in Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The 11 country and regional indices are calculated on USD and each local currency basis.
The indices are calculated based on free-float adjusted market value method, which is calculated by dividing sum of the free-float adjusted market values of the index constituents by Divisor. The Divisors will be adjusted for the various actions in the index (e.g. constituents change, changes in market values not related to market movements) to keep the index level between pre and after the event unchanged. The indices are calculated by S&P Dow Jones Indices under the commission by Nikkei. The calculation started December 1, 2016. The index value on December 1, 2015 was 1000 points.
For this data source, RIMES hosts approximately 300 companies and 2 indices, including the Nikkei Asia300 Investable Index.
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