Cotation Assistee en Continu 40 Index

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Cotation Assistee en Continu 40 Index

An index tracking the 40 largest and most liquid companies traded on the Paris Bourse stock exchange. Established in 1987, it is the premier index tracking the general direction of the French market and economy; it is roughly the French equivalent of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The CAC 40 is weighted for market capitalization.
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With France's CAC-40 Index and the German DAX sliding 3.
In morning trading in Europe, France's CAC-40 index was down 0.
That compared with a similar performance in France, where the benchmark CAC-40 index was also 0.
European stock indices were mixed, France's CAC-40 index edged up 0.
3 percent, while the CAC-40 index in Paris was down 0.
Of the regional benchmarks, the French CAC-40 index rose 0.
securities marketplace to provide a market in warrants based on the Eurotrack 200, France's CAC-40 Index, London's FT-SE 100 and Japan's Nikkei Stock Average.
The CAC-40 index comprises the leading 40 companies listed on the Paris Stock Exchange based on market capitalization and liquidity.
40 percent and the CAC-40 index in Paris slipped 0.
93 euros, among the top losers in Paris's benchmark CAC-40 index.
If Wall Street had gone higher this afternoon we'd probably have seen a good increase in the CAC-40 index," the dealer said.
securities marketplace to provide a market in warrants based on the FT-SE Eurotrack 200, France's CAC-40 Index, London's FT-SE 100 and Japan's Nikkei Stock Average.