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The SMI family is comprised of companies with high liquidity. As a blue-chip index, the SMI is Switzerland's most important stock index.
SMI MID (SMIM)
The SMI family is comprised of companies with high liquidity. As a blue-chip index, the SMI is Switzerland's most important stock index. The SMI Family also includes the SMI MID.
The SMI family is comprised of companies with high liquidity. As a blue-chip index, the SMI is Switzerland's most important stock index. The SMI Family also includes the SMI Expanded.
The Swiss Leader Index (SLI) comprises the 30 largest and most liquid shares in the Swiss equity market. The index weighting of the four stocks with the largest market capitalisation is capped at 9%, while the weighting of the other stocks is limited to 4.5%.
In order to qualify for the SPI family, the number of freely tradable outstanding shares of a given stock must be at least 20%. The SPI is Switzerland's most closely followed overall stock market index.
The SPI 20 is the blue chip index within the SPI family and comprises the 20 largest equities in the SPI. The SPI 20 represents about 85% of the total capitalisation of the Swiss equity market.
The SPI EXTRA offers the opportunity to track the development of the small- and mid-cap segment outside the SMI.
Get all the details you need about the current index composition and divisors of the SPI and its subindices together with (adjusted) closing prices for the previous trading day.
The UBS 100 index represents the 100 largest Swiss stocks in the Swiss Performance Index (SPI) measured by market capitalization. The Swiss Performance Index (SPI) covers all domestic and foreign companies with a primary listing.
SXI Swiss Sustainability 25
The index is built out of the SMI Expanded. A total score is derived for each company provided by a third party research provider. The higher the score, the more sustainable the company. The best 25 companies are selected.
Swiss All Share
The Swiss All Share Index includes all SIX Swiss Exchange-listed shares of companies domiciled in Switzerland or the Principality of Liechtenstein.