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Stoxx, a provider of European equity indexes, has announced that the Dow Jones Stoxx 50 Index has been licensed to ETFlab Investment to serve as the basis for an exchange-traded fund.

Stoxx, a provider of European equity indexes, has announced that the Dow Jones Stoxx 50 Index has been licensed to ETFlab Investment to serve as the basis for an exchange-traded fund.

The ETFlab DJ Stoxx 50 will be available on Deutsche Boerse today.
 
The Dow Jones Stoxx 50 Index represents the largest 50 supersector leaders in 18 European countries. The index covers Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
 
"The Dow Jones Stoxx 50 Index methodology is rules-based and transparent, offering market participants an established and superior tool to measure the performance of the leading 50 European blue-chip companies," says Ricardo Manrique, chief executive officer, Stoxx. "The index complements the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx 50 Index, which represents 50 blue-chip companies in the euro zone, and is already part of ETFlab’s product line-up."
 
The Dow Jones Stoxx 50 Index was launched on 26 February 1998. Daily historical data are available back to 31 December 1986. The index is available in price and total return versions, and calculated in euro and US dollar. It is reviewed annually in September. The index is weighted by float-adjusted market capitalization, and each component’s weight is capped at ten per cent of the index’s total free-float market capitalization.

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