AMEX Composite Index

AMEX Composite Index

An index, weighted for market value, of all stocks and other securities traded on the American Stock Exchange relative to their value on December 29, 1995.
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AAM chooses the stocks by first analyzing over 7,000 companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ and NYSE AMEX Composite Index.
Amex Posts Record Year in New ETF Listings With 179 New ETFs, Capturing 65% of the Market; Amex Lists 128 Structured Products; 109 New Companies; Establishes Record Total Options Volume and Amex Composite Index (XAX) Gains 17%
The Amex Composite Index (XAX) finished the first half of 2007 at 2356.
Amex Composite Index Up 17%; Amex Launches Remote Options Market-Making Program
The Amex Composite Index finished the first half of 2006 at 1,928.
Amex Composite Index (XAX) surges 23%, sharply outperforming all domestic broad-based indexes.
Highlights for 2004 include: * Again, the Amex Composite Index (XAX) strongly outperformed all domestic broad-based indexes, closing more than 22 percent higher than it closed on December 31, 2003, and almost 70 percent higher than it closed three years ago on December 31, 2001.
Sodano's tenure, the Amex Composite Index outperformed all other major market indexes.
The Amex Composite Index (XAX) was up more than 22 percent during 2004 and 69 percent over the past three years, outperforming the Nasdaq Composite, New York Stock Exchange Composite, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Russell 2000, S&P 500 and Dow Jones Wilshire 5000 indexes.
The Amex Composite Index (XAX) is up more than 11 percent during the first ten months of this year and 58% over the past three years, outperforming the Nasdaq Composite, New York Stock Exchange Composite, Dow Jones Industrial
Sodano also pointed out the Amex Composite Index has consistently outperformed other major indexes, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq Composite, and New York Stock Exchange Composite, during this period.