NASDAQ Bank Index

NASDAQ Bank Index

An index tracking several hundred banks and bank holding companies whose shares trade on NASDAQ.
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According to Raymond James, the stock performance of Community Bankers Cup recipients has substantially outperformed the NASDAQ BANK Index as measured by one-year, three-year and five-year returns, suggesting that strong financial results lead to stock price outperformance over longer periods of time.
KBWB seeks to track the performance of the KBW Nasdaq Bank Index (BKX), a float-adjusted, modified market-cap weighted index that consists of 24 large publicly traded US national money centers, regional banks, and thrift institutions.
5% this year (though they are up close to 2% Thursday) compared with an 8% decrease in the KBW Nasdaq Bank Index year to date.
And while the Nasdaq Bank Index had its worst monthly performance on record in January - a drop of 21.
Over the period of January 1972 through December 2002, the average monthly "excess return"--the monthly percentage changes in stock prices less the rates on one-month T-bills--on the Nasdaq Bank Index (0.
Bank = Percentage changes in NASDAQ Bank Index (533 banks) -- Bill.
we find that the Company's stock performance has eclipsed its peers and the Nasdaq Bank Index on a historic basis.
The index family includes: KBW Nasdaq Bank Index (BKX); KBW Nasdaq Regional Banking Index (KRX); KBW Nasdaq Capital Markets Index (KSX); KBW Nasdaq Insurance Index (KIX); KBW Nasdaq Property & Casualty Index (KPX); KBW Nasdaq Premium Yield Eq.
I think most investors will tell you that this performance compares well with 118% for the NASDAQ Bank Index, 22% for the Russell 2000 Index, and minus-15% for the S&P 500 Index.
1% in 2002, while the Nasdaq Bank Index had a total return of 6.