NYSE - New York Stock Exchange
The NYSE Composite Index reflects the U.S. equity market on an even broader basis. The more than 3,000 common stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange, Inc. (NYSE) represent some 46 separate industry classifications. This capitalization-weighted index measures the changes in aggregate market value of all the NYSE common stocks.
NYSE Exchange Composite Description
The Index is frequently adjusted to eliminate the influence of corporate actions (mergers and spin-offs) to ensure that it reflects only movements resulting from actual stock price changes. Since they began trading in 1982/1983, NYSE Composite Index futures and options have served the diverse goals and strategies of risk managers and speculative investors. The NYSE Composite Index contracts allow investors to take a position on the overall direction of the entire equities market without regard to style or sector.
NYSE Exchange Composite Options
The New York Stock Exchange Composite Index is a capitalization-weighted index of all common stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The index currently encompasses more than 2,600 common stocks.
Listed below are some of the derivatives which you can trade using this indicator:
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