Stock index prices

Find data and news on the world’s major stock indices, all the information you need to spot a stock index opportunity and open a position.

Popular indices

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FTSE 100
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Wall Street
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US 500
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US Tech 100
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Germany 30
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Global indices

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Switzerland Blue Chip
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EU Stocks 50
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Austria 20
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China 300
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FAQs

How are stock indices priced?

Stock indices are priced in a range of ways, based on the value of their constituents. A price-weighted index, for example, gives greater emphasis to the higher-priced stocks among its constituents. So the higher a constituent company’s share price, the more influence that company has on the index’s movement.

By contrast, a capitalisation-weighted index gives emphasis to the companies among its constituents with the highest market capitalisation – or rather, the market value of their outstanding shares.

At IG, we base our index market prices on futures contracts in the underlying market.

What influences stock index movement?

The price of a stock index is influenced by a range of factors. As a collection of share prices, perhaps the most obvious factor that affects index movement is the price of its constituent stocks. However, indices are also affected by a range of economic and political events. 

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