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    Financial Instruments

    According to IAS 32, a financial instrument is "a contract that gives rise to a financial asset of one entity and a financial liability or equity instrument of another entity."

    A financial asset is any asset that is:

    • cash
    • an equity instrument of another entity
    • a contractual right:
      • to receive cash or another financial asset from another entity; or
      • to exchange financial assets or financial liabilities with another entity under conditions that are potentially favorable to the entity; or
      • a contract that will or may be settled in the entity's own equity instruments and is:
        • a non-derivative for which the entity is or may be obliged to receive a variable number of the entity's own equity instruments
        • a derivative that will or may be settled other than by the exchange of a fixed amount of cash or another financial asset for a fixed number of the entity's own equity instruments. For this purpose the entity's own equity instruments do not include instruments that are themselves contracts for the future receipt or delivery of the entity's own equity instruments
        • puttable instruments classified as equity or certain liabilities arising on liquidation classified by IAS 32 as equity instruments


    A financial liability is any liability that is:

    • a contractual obligation:
      • to deliver cash or another financial asset to another entity; or
      • to exchange financial assets or financial liabilities with another entity under conditions that are potentially unfavorable to the entity; or
      • a contract that will or may be settled in the entity's own equity instruments and is:
        • a non-derivative for which the entity is or may be obliged to deliver a variable number of the entity's own equity instruments or
        • a derivative that will or may be settled other than by the exchange of a fixed amount of cash or another financial asset for a fixed number of the entity's own equity instruments. For this purpose the entity's own equity instruments do not include: instruments that are themselves contracts for the future receipt or delivery of the entity's own equity instruments; puttable instruments classified as equity or certain liabilities arising on liquidation classified by IAS 32 as equity instruments


    Financial instruments can also be categorized in two groups:

    • Cash instrument
      Cash instruments are financial instruments whose value is determined directly by markets.
    • Derivative instruments
      Derivative instruments are financial instruments which derive their value from the value and characteristics of one or more underlying entities such as an asset, index, or interest rate. They can be divided into exchange-traded derivatives and over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.

    Alternatively, financial instruments can be categorized by "asset class" depending on whether they are equity based (reflecting ownership of the issuing entity) or debt based (reflecting a loan the investor has made to the issuing entity). If it is debt, it can be further categorized into short term (less than one year) or long term.

    The financial instruments/assets we will analyze are:

    • Currencies
    • Commodities
    • Gold
    • Silver
    • Platinum
    • Palladium
    • Indices
    • Futures
    • Options
    • Bonds
    • Stocks
    • Investment Funds
    • Exchanged Traded Funds (ETFs)
    • Exchanged Traded Commodities (ETCs)

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    Trading CFD

    Trading CFD

    A Contract for Difference (CFD) is an agreement between two parties (for example yourself and PCM Brokers) to exchange the difference between the current value of an asset at the contract opening date and the assets value when the contract is closed.
    CFD trading allows you to trade a wide variety of assets including currencies, shares and commodities. The physical asset is not purchased (e.g. you do not own a barrel of oil), but rather the two parties of the contract agree to pay/receive the difference in the value of the asset over a time period.
    TRADING ON MARGIN

    An advantage of CFD trading is that you don’t have to pay for the full value of the asset you buy; instead you only need to pay a small portion of the value as a deposit, or “margin”. This means that you can trade many times the value of your capital; this is known as leveraging
    For example: If you are offered leverage of 100:1, then you only have to pay 1% of the value of the asset. So if you want to buy $500 of oil, you only need to pay $5.
    Leveraged, or geared, products such as CFDs allow you to make the most of the capital you invest, but they also come with the risk that you could lose more than the capital invested i.e. more than the $5 paid for the $500 of oil.

    Long or Short

    Essentially, if you believe that a financial instrument is going to increase in value, then you should buy it now so that you can sell it in the future at a higher price, therefore making a profit. This is “going long”. However, if you are incorrect and the value decrease then you will have to pay the difference.
    Conversely, if you believe the instrument will decrease in value, you can sell the instrument now and buy it back at a lower price. This is “shorting”. Again, if you are incorrect in your belief then you will have to pay the difference.
    You decide when to close the CFD position. This can be done manually, or you can set up automatic instructions (for example, instruct the position to close when it gets to a certain price).

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    Commodities

    In economic, a commodity is an item produced to satisfy wants or needs. In finance, it is considered as every item (e.g. food and metal) that can be bought and sold, usually in large quantities. Commodities`are usually traded in the financial markets for immediate (spot) or future delivery.
    Examples of commodities are iron ore, natural gas, crude oil, coal, salt, sugar, coffee beans, soybeans, aluminum, copper, rice, gold, silver, palladium, platinum and wheat.

    Commodities are considered of uniform quality and produced in large quantities by different producers, so they are considered interchangeable. On a commodity exchange, it is the underlying standard stated in the contract that defines the commodity, not any quality inherent in a specific producer's product.


    Commodities exchanges include:
    • Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX)
    • Global Board of Trade (GBOT)
    • Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT)
    • Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
    • Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE)
    • Euronext liffe (LIFFE)
    • Kansas City Board of Trade (KCBT)
    • Kuala Lumpur Futures Exchange (KLSE)
    • London Metal Exchange (LME)
    • New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)
    • National Commodity Exchange Limited (NCEL)
    • Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX)
    • International Indonesian Forex Change Market (IIFCM)

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    Currencies

    Currency refers to any object that can be exchanged for goods and services. In general it is any acceptable form of money, coins and paper notes, which are issued by governmental authorities and are then circulated within an economy.

    Each country has its own currency (Euro is an exception since it is used as the currency for the Eurozone countries), thus providing the opportunity for investors to trade different currency pairs on the foreign exchange market.

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    Stocks

    A stock (also known as share or equity) represents a right to claim a share in a corporations assets and earnings. In essence each stock represents a share in the ownership of a company. For example, if a company has issued 1,000 shares and a person owns 10 of these shares, then that person has the legal right to claim 1% of the company's Net Assets.

    In most cases the original owners of a company sell stocks so that additional funds are introduced in order for the company to grow. After the initial sale and as soon as a company is listed on a stock exchange, the shares can be sold and resold on the stock market.

    It is common for shareholders to receive a dividend payment for each stock hold. The amount of dividend is agreed by the Board of Directors and it is distributed out of the company's earnings.

    The World Major Stock Exchanges are:

    No. Name Location
    1 NYSE Euronext United States / Europe
    2 NASDAQ OMX United States / Europe
    3 Tokyo Stock Exchange Tokyo / Japan
    4 LSE (London Stock Exchange) London / United Kingdom
    5 Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai / China
    6 Hong Kong Stock Exchange China / Hong Kong
    7 Toronto Stock Exchange Canada / Toronto
    8 Bombay Stock Exchange India / Mumbai
    9 National Stock Exchange of India India / Mumbai
    10 BM&F Bovespa Brazil / Sao Paulo
    11 Australian Securities Exchange Austalia / Sydney
    12 Deutsche Borse Germany / Frankfurt
    13 Shenzhen Stock Exchange China / Shenzen
    14 SIX Swiss Exchange Switzerland / Zurich
    15 BME Spanish Exchanges Spain / Madrid
    16 Korea Exchange South Korea / Seoul
    17 MICEX Russia / Moscow
    18 JSE Limited South Africa / Johannesburg

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    Indices

    A Stock Market index is the value produced by combining several stocks together. It gives a clear indication of the aggregate performance of its components.
    Indices are used also as benchmarks to measure the performance of portfolios such as mutual funds.

    The most known and followed stock market indices around the World are:
    • AEX index (Netherlands)
    • ASX 200 (Australia)
    • BEL20 (Belgium)
    • Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE) - (Sensex) (India)
    • CAC40 (France)
    • CSI 300 Index (China)
    • DAX30 (Germany)
    • Dow Jones Industrial Average (United States)
    • EURO STOXX 50 (EU)
    • FTSE 100 (United Kingdom)
    • FTSE Alternative Investment Market (AIM) (United Kingdom)
    • FTSE MIB (Italy)
    • Hang Seng Index (Hong Kong)
    • IBEX 35 (Spain)
    • KOSPI (South Korea)
    • MICEX (Russia)
    • NASDAQ Composite (United States)
    • NASDAQ-100 (United States)
    • National Stock Exchange of India(NSE) - (Nifty) (India)
    • Nikkei 225 (Japan)
    • OMXS30 (Stockholm)
    • Russell 3000 (United States)
    • S&P 500 (United States)
    • S&P/TSX 60 (Canada)
    • SSE Composite Index (China)
    • Swiss Market Index (SMI) (Switzerland)
    • Tadawul (Saudi Arabia)
    • TASE 25 (Israel)

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    The NASDAQ 100

    The NASDAQ 100 is a stock market index launched in January 1985 that includes 100 of the largest non-financial securities listed on the NASDAQ based on market capitalization. The Index reflects companies across major industry groups including computer hardware and software, telecommunications, retail/wholesale trade and biotechnology.
    It does not contain securities of financial companies including investment companies.
    The list of components of the NASDAQ 100 Index is:
    • Activision Blizzard (ATVI)
    • Adobe Systems Incorporated (ADBE)
    • Akamai Technologies, Inc (AKAM)
    • Alexion Pharmaceuticals (ALXN)
    • Altera Corporation (ALTR)
    • Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)
    • Amgen Inc. (AMGN)
    • Apollo Group, Inc. (APOL)
    • Apple Inc. (AAPL)
    • Applied Materials, Inc. (AMAT)
    • Autodesk, Inc. (ADSK)
    • Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP)
    • Avago Technologies, Inc. (AVGO)
    • Baidu.com, Inc. (BIDU)
    • Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY)
    • Biogen Idec, Inc (BIIB)
    • BMC Software, Inc. (BMC)
    • Broadcom Corporation (BRCM)
    • C. H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. (CHRW)
    • CA, Inc. (CA)
    • Celgene Corporation (CELG)
    • Cerner Corporation (CERN)
    • Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP)
    • Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO)
    • Citrix Systems, Inc. (CTXS)
    • Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation (CTSH)
    • Comcast Corporation (CMCSA)
    • Costco Wholesale Corporation (COST)
    • Ctrip.com International, Ltd. (CTRP)
    • Dell Inc. (DELL)
    • DENTSPLY International Inc. (XRAY)
    • DirecTV (DTV)
    • Dollar Tree, Inc. (DLTR)
    • eBay Inc. (EBAY)
    • Electronic Arts Inc. (EA)
    • Expedia, Inc. (EXPE)
    • Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. (EXPD)
    • Express Scripts, Inc. (ESRX)
    • F5 Networks, Inc. (FFIV)
    • Fastenal Company (FAST)
    • First Solar, Inc. (FSLR)
    • Fiserv, Inc. (FISV)
    • Flextronics International Ltd. (FLEX)
    • Fossil, Inc. (FOSL)
    • Garmin Ltd. (GRMN)
    • Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD)
    • Google Inc. (GOOG)
    • Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (GMCR)
    • Hansen Natural Corporation (HANS)
    • Henry Schein, Inc. (HSIC)
    • Infosys Technologies (INFY)
    • Intel Corporation (INTC)
    • Intuit, Inc. (INTU)
    • Intuitive Surgical Inc. (ISRG)
    • KLA Tencor Corporation (KLAC)
    • Lam Research Corporation (LRCX)
    • Liberty Interactive (LINTA)
    • Life Technologies Corporation (LIFE)
    • Linear Technology Corporation (LLTC)
    • Marvell Technology Group, Ltd. (MRVL)
    • Mattel, Inc. (MAT)
    • Maxim Integrated Products (MXIM)
    • Microchip Technology Incorporated (MCHP)
    • Micron Technology, Inc. (MU)
    • Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)
    • Mylan, Inc. (MYL)
    • NetApp, Inc. (NTAP)
    • Netflix, Inc. (NFLX)
    • News Corporation (NWSA)
    • Nuance Communications, Inc. (NUAN)
    • NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA)
    • O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. (ORLY)
    • Oracle Corporation (ORCL)
    • PACCAR Inc. (PCAR)
    • Paychex, Inc. (PAYX)
    • Perrigo Company (PRGO)
    • Priceline.com, Incorporated (PCLN)
    • QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM)
    • Randgold Resources, Ltd. (GOLD)
    • Research in Motion Limited (RIMM)
    • Ross Stores Inc. (ROST)
    • SanDisk Corporation (SNDK)
    • Seagate Technology Holdings (STX)
    • Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD)
    • Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (SIAL)
    • Sirius XM Radio, Inc. (SIRI)
    • Staples Inc. (SPLS)
    • Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)
    • Stericycle, Inc (SRCL)
    • Symantec Corporation (SYMC)
    • Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (TEVA)
    • VeriSign, Inc. (VRSN)
    • Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX)
    • Virgin Media, Inc. (VMED)
    • Vodafone Group, plc. (VOD)
    • Warner Chilcott, Ltd. (WCRX)
    • Whole Foods Market, Inc. (WFM)
    • Wynn Resorts Ltd. (WYNN)
    • Xilinx, Inc. (XLNX)
    • Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO)
    Initial Eligibility Criteria*

    • the security's U.S. listing must be exclusively on the Nasdaq National Market (unless the security was dually listed on another U.S. market prior to January 1, 2004 and has continuously maintained such listing);
    • the security must be of a non-financial company;
    • the security may not be issued by an issuer currently in bankruptcy proceedings;
    • the security must have average daily trading volume of at least 200,000 shares;
    • if the issuer of the security is organized under the laws of a jurisdiction outside the U.S., then such security must have listed options on a recognized options market in the U.S. or be eligible for listed-options trading on a recognized options market in the U.S.;
    • only one class of security per issuer is allowed;
    • the issuer of the security may not have entered into a definitive agreement or other arrangement which would likely result in the security no longer being Index eligible;
    • the issuer of the security may not have annual financial statements with an audit opinion that is currently withdrawn;
    • the issuer of the security must have "seasoned" on NASDAQ or another recognized market (generally, a company is considered to be seasoned if it has been listed on a market for at least two years; in the case of spin-offs, the operating history of the spin-off will be considered); and
    • if the security would otherwise qualify to be in the top 25% of the securities included in the Index by market capitalization for the six prior consecutive month-ends, then a one-year "seasoning" criterion would apply.

    Continued Eligibility Criteria*
    Continued Eligibility Criteria*
    To be eligible for continued inclusion in the Index, the following criteria apply:
    the securitys U.S. listing must be exclusively on the Nasdaq National Market (unless the security was dually listed on another U.S. market prior to January 1, 2004 and has continuously maintained such listing);
    the security must be of a non-financial company;
    the security may not be issued by an issuer currently in bankruptcy proceedings;
    the security must have average daily trading volume of at least 200,000 shares (measured annually during the ranking review process);
    if the issuer of the security is organized under the laws of a jurisdiction outside the U.S., then such security must have listed options on a recognized options market in the U.S. or be eligible for listed-options trading on a recognized options market in the U.S. (measured annually during the ranking review process);
    the security must have an adjusted market capitalization equal to or exceeding 0.10% of the aggregate adjusted market capitalization of the Index at each month- end. In the event a company does not meet this criterion for two consecutive month-ends, it will be removed from the Index effective after the close of trading on the third Friday of the following month; and
    the issuer of the security may not have annual financial statements with an audit opinion that is currently withdrawn.
    In administering the Index, Nasdaq will exercise reasonable discretion as it deems appropriate.
    The NASDAQ 100 is often confused with the NASDAQ Composite Index, which is often referred as to "The NASDAQ". The NASDAQ Composite includes the stock of every company that is listed on NASDAQ, meaning that it has more than 3,000 components.
    The NASDAQ Composite Index is quoted more frequently than the NASDAQ 100 in popular media.

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    Nikkei 225

    The Nikkei 225 is a stock market index for the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). It has been calculated daily by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Nikkei) newspaper since September 1950(retroactively since to May 1949).
    It is a price-weighted average and the components are reviewed once a year.
    Stocks are weighted on the Nikkei 225 by giving an equal weighting based on a par value of 50 yen per share. Events such as stock splits, removals and additions of constituents impact upon the effective weighting of individual stocks and the divisor. The Nikkei 225 is designed to reflect the overall market, so there is no specific weighting of industries, while we saw that other indices, like the Nasdaq-100, don't contain financial companies or other type of industries.

    Components

    As of April 2011, the Nikkei 225 consists of the following companies:
    Chemicals

    • Asahi Kasei Corp. (TYO: 3407)
    • Denki Kagaku Kogyo K.K. (TYO: 4061)
    • Fujifilm Holdings Corp. (TYO: 4901)
    • Kao Corp. (TYO: 4452)
    • Kuraray Co., Ltd. (TYO: 3405)
    • Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corp. (TYO: 4188)
    • Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. (TYO: 4183)
    • Nippon Kayaku Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4272)
    • Nippon Soda Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4041)
    • Nissan Chemical Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 4021)
    • Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4063)
    • Shiseido Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4911)
    • Showa Denko K.K. (TYO: 4004)
    • Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4005)
    • Tosoh Corp. (TYO: 4042)
    • Ube Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 4208)
    Foods

    • Ajinomoto Co., Inc. (TYO: 2802)
    • Asahi Breweries, Ltd. (TYO: 2502)
    • Japan Tobacco Inc. (TYO: 2914)
    • Kikkoman Corp. (TYO: 2801)
    • Kirin Brewery Co., Ltd. (TYO: 2503)
    • Meiji Holdings Company, Limited (TYO: 2269)
    • Nichirei Corp. (TYO: 2871)
    • Nippon Meat Packers, Inc. (TYO: 2282)
    • Nisshin Seifun Group Inc. (TYO: 2002)
    • Sapporo Holdings Ltd. (TYO: 2501)
    • Takara Holdings Inc. (TYO: 2531)
    Textiles & apparel

    • Nisshinbo Industries, Inc. (TYO: 3105)
    • Teijin Ltd. (TYO: 3401)
    • Toray Industries, Inc. (TYO: 3402)
    • Toyobo Co., Ltd. (TYO: 3101)
    • Unitika, Ltd. (TYO: 3103)
    Pulp & paper

    • Hokuetsu Paper Mills, Ltd. (TYO: 3865)
    • Mitsubishi Paper Mills Ltd. (TYO: 3864)
    • Nippon Paper Group, Inc. (TYO: 3893)
    • Oji Paper Co., Ltd. (TYO: 3861)
    Rubber products

    • Bridgestone Corp. (TYO: 5108)
    • The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5101)
    Oil & coal products

    • Nippon Oil Corp. (TYO: 5001)
    • Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K. (TYO: 5002)
    Pharmaceuticals

    • Astellas Pharma Inc. (TYO: 4503)
    • Chugai Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4519)
    • Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4568)
    • Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4506)
    • Eisai Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4523)
    • Kyowa Hakko Kirin Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4151)
    • Shionogi & Co., Ltd. (TYO: 4507)
    • Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Ltd. (TYO: 4502)
    Glass & ceramics

    • Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5201)
    • NGK Insulators, Ltd. (TYO: 5333)
    • Nippon Electric Glass Company, Limited (TYO: 5214)
    • Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5202)
    • Nitto Boseki Co., Ltd. (TYO: 3110)
    • Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5232)
    • Taiheiyo Cement Corp. (TYO: 5233)
    • Tokai Carbon Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5301)
    • Toto Ltd. (TYO: 5332)
    Steel products

    • JFE Holdings, Inc. (TYO: 5411)
    • Kobe Steel, Ltd. (TYO: 5406)
    • Nippon Steel Corp. (TYO: 5401)
    • Nisshin Steel Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5407)
    • Pacific Metals Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5541)
    • Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 5405)
    Nonferrous metals

    • Dowa Holdings Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5714)
    • Fujikura Ltd. (TYO: 5803)
    • Furukawa Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5715)
    • The Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5801)
    • Mitsubishi Materials Corp. (TYO: 5711)
    • Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5706)
    • Nippon Light Metal Co., Ltd (TYO: 5701)
    • SUMCO Corp. (TYO: 3436)
    • Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 5802)
    • Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5713)
    • Toho Zinc Co., Ltd. (TYO: 5707)
    • Toyo Seikan Kaisha, Ltd. (TYO: 5901)
    Shipbuilding

    • Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 7012)
    • Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (TYO: 7003)
    Machinery

    • Amada Co. Ltd. (TYO: 6113)
    • Chiyoda Corp. (TYO: 6366)
    • Daikin Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 6367)
    • Ebara Corp. (TYO: 6361)
    • Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6305)
    • Hitachi Zosen Corporation (TYO: 7004)
    • IHI Corp. (TYO: 7013)
    • The Japan Steel Works, Ltd. (TYO: 5631)
    • JTEKT Corp. (TYO: 6473)
    • Komatsu Ltd. (TYO: 6301)
    • Kubota Corp. (TYO: 6326)
    • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 7011)
    • NSK Ltd. (TYO: 6471)
    • NTN Corp. (TYO: 6472)
    • Okuma Holdings, Inc. (TYO: 6103)
    • Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. (TYO: 6302)
    Electric machinery

    • Advantest Corp. (TYO: 6857)
    • Alps Electric Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6770)
    • Canon Inc. (TYO: 7751)
    • Casio Computer Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6952)
    • Dainippon Screen MFG. CO., LTD. (TYO: 7735)
    • Denso Corp. (TYO: 6902)
    • FANUC Corp. (TYO: 6954)
    • Fuji Electric Holdings Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6504)
    • Fujitsu Ltd. (TYO: 6702)
    • GS Yuasa Corp. (TYO: 6674)
    • Hitachi, Ltd. (TYO: 6501)
    • Kyocera Corp. (TYO: 6971)
    • Panasonic Corp. (TYO: 6752)
    • Meidensha Corp. (TYO: 6508)
    • Minebea Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6479)
    • Mitsubishi Electric Corp. (TYO: 6503)
    • Mitsumi Electric Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6767)
    • NEC Corp. (TYO: 6701)
    • Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6703)
    • Pioneer Corporation (TYO: 6773)
    • Ricoh (TYO: 7752)
    • Sharp Corp. (TYO: 6753)
    • Sony Corp. (TYO: 6758)
    • Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd. (TYO: 6976)
    • TDK Corp. (TYO: 6762)
    • Tokyo Electron Ltd. (TYO: 8035)
    • Toshiba Corp. (TYO: 6502)
    • Yaskawa Electric Corporation, Limited (TYO: 6506)
    • Yokogawa Electric Corp. (TYO: 6841)

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    Cac 40

    The CAC 40 is the benchmark French stock market index that tracks the 40 largest French companies based on the market capitalization listed on the Paris Bourse (now Euronext Paris). It is one of the main national indices of the pan-European stock exchange group Euronext alongside Brussels' BEL20, Lisbon's PSI-20 and Amsterdam's AEX.
    The components of the CAC40 as of 9th February 2012 are:
    • Accor (AC)
    • Air Liquide (AI)
    • Alcatel-Lucent (ALU)
    • Alstom (ALO)
    • ArcelorMittal (MT)
    • AXA (CS)
    • BNP Paribas (BNP)
    • Bouygues (EN)
    • Capgemini (CAP)
    • Carrefour (CA)
    • Credit Agricole (ACA)
    • EADS (EAD)
    • EDF (EDF)
    • Essilor (EI)
    • France Telecom (FTE)
    • GDF Suez (GSZ)
    • Groupe Danone (BN)
    • L'Oreal (OR)
    • Lafarge (LG)
    • Legrand (LR)
    • LVMH (MC)
    • Michelin (ML)
    • Pernod Ricard (RI)
    • PSA Peugeot Citroen (UG)
    • PPR (PP)
    • Publicis (PUB)
    • Renault (RNO)
    • Safran (SAF)
    • Saint-Gobain (SGO)
    • Sanofi (SAN)
    • Schneider Electric (SU)
    • Societe Generale (GLE)
    • STMicroelectronics (STM)
    • Technip (TEC)
    • Total (FP)
    • Unibail-Rodamco (UL)
    • Vallourec (VK)
    • Veolia Environnement (VIE)
    • Vinci (DG)
    • Vivendi (VIV)

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    Dax 30

    The DAX 30 (Deutscher Aktien IndeX 30) is a benchmark german stock market index consisting of the 30 major German companies in terms of market capitalization trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
    The list of components of the DAX 30 is:
    • Adidas (ADS)
    • Allianz insurance (ALV)
    • BASF (BAS)
    • Bayer (BAYN)
    • Beiersdorf (BEI)
    • BMW (BMW)
    • Commerzbank (CBK)
    • Daimler (DAI)
    • Deutsche Bank (DBK)
    • Deutsche Borse (DB1)
    • Deutsche Lufthansa (LHA)
    • Deutsche Post (DPW)
    • Deutsche Telekom (DTE)
    • E.ON (EOAN)
    • Fresenius (FRE)
    • Fresenius Medical Care (FME)
    • HeidelbergCement (HEI)
    • Henkel (HEN3)
    • Infineon Technologies (IFX)
    • K+S (SDF)
    • Linde (LIN)
    • MAN (MAN)
    • Merck (MRK)
    • Metro (MEO)
    • Munich Re (MUV2)
    • RWE (RWE)
    • SAP (SAP)
    • Siemens (SIE)
    • ThyssenKrupp (TKA)
    • Volkswagen Group (VOW3)

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