About the UBS 100

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.
The index is a fixed component index. It differs from SPI Large Mid in the sense that there is no buffer applied in its component selection. On April 01, 1987 the UBS 100 Index Total Return was standardised at 1000 points. As of today the index represents more than 98% of the freefloat market capitalization of the entire Swiss equity market. Its benchmark Swiss Performance Index SPI® Total Return covers 99% of that market. 

Launched on 1 Jul 1987
History available since 1 Apr 1987

Key Product Information

  • Methodology Rulebook Governing Equity and Real Estate Indices, Anglais

    This document is an integral part of the Swiss Index Rules.

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  • Factsheet: UBS 100 Index Total Return, Anglais

    The UBS 100 Index Total Return Index measures the development large and mid equity instruments of the Swiss equity market. The 100 largest and most liquid shares are selected for the index.

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  • Factsheet: UBS 100 Index Price, Anglais

    The UBS 100 Index Price Index measures the development large and mid equity instruments of the Swiss equity market. The 100 largest and most liquid shares are selected for the index.

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