Nasdaq 100 Index

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NASDAQ 100 Index

A stock index of the 100 largest companies by market capitalization traded on NASDAQ. The NASDAQ 100 Index includes publicly-traded companies from most sectors in the global economy, the major exception being financial services. Various exchange-traded funds follow the NASDAQ 100 Index. Its symbol on the NASDAQ ticker is QQQ. It is informally called the Cubes.

Nasdaq 100 Index

A market-capitalization-weighted index of the largest and most active nonfinancial domestic and international issues listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market. The index was launched in 1985 to represent Nasdaq's largest companies across major industry groups. See also QQQ.
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Futures for the Nasdaq 100 index declined 69.5 points to 7,621.25.
The NASDAQ 100 mini is down 0.05%, the Dow has edged 0.06% lower and the S&P 500 has dipped 0.02%.
"So we're so proud of those four companies and we hope any more (Chinese companies) in the future are part of the Nasdaq 100 (Index)," he added.
The major business was contributed by NASDAQ 100 amounting to
is an S&P 500, Fortune 500, and Nasdaq 100 company headquartered inDublin, California, with fiscal 2017 revenues of$14.1 billion.
The four declining components were state exports, initial claims for unemployment insurance (inverted), defense spending and the NASDAQ 100 stock price index.
They yanked US$6.8 billion from the biggest exchange-traded fund tracking the Nasdaq 100 Index in December and January, the most for any two months on record.
The returns log shows that a one- of- its- kind fund, Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 ETF, rose 50 per cent between January and August from the same period a year ago.
Summary: Canadian company Research in Motion, the makers of BlackBerry telephones, will no longer be part of the Nasdaq 100 index, the market operator said Saturday on its web site.
1 social networking site, is to be added to the Nasdaq 100 next week, Nasdaq OMX Group (NASDAQ:NDAQ) said late Tuesday.
The returns log shows that a one-of-its-kind fund, Motilal Oswal Nasdaq 100 ETF, rose 50 per cent between January and August from the same period a year ago.
We use a linear model, the classic OLS (Ordinary Least Squares) method, where explained variable was the return rate on WIG or WIG20 index, and explaining variables the return rates from selected indexes for the American market DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average), DJCA (Dow Jones Composite Average), S&P500 (Standard & Poor 500), Nasdaq and Nasdaq 100, the British market (FTSE100 and FTSE250) and the German market (DAX).