NYSE International 100 Index

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NYSE International 100 Index

An index, weighted for float-adjusted market capitalization, of the stocks of the 100 largest publicly-traded companies traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Because foreign companies generally trade on the NYSE as American Depository Receipts, the Index effectively measure the performance of large ADRs.
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TELMEX) (BMV: Telmex; NYSE: TMX; Nasdaq: TFONY; LATIBEX: XTMXL) has been informed by the New York Stock Exchange that the company has been selected to be part of 3 of its new indexes that are: NYSE International 100, NYSE World Leaders and NYSE TMT.
Among these: the CAC-40, a modified capitalization-weighted index of 40 companies listed on the Paris Bourse; The MIB 30, a capitalization-weighted index of 30 top Italian companies traded on the Milan Stock Exchange; the NYSE Composite Index, a market-capitalization-weighted index of the 2045 stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange; the NYSE TMT Index; the NYSE International 100 Index; the NYSE World Leaders Index; the Dow Jones Euro STOXX Technology Index; the AMEX Semiconductor Index; and numerous other technology indexes administered by international investment banks.