NEW STANDARD AND POOR'S ASX INDICES XMM S&P/ASX 300 Metals and Mining Index XGD S&P/ASX
All Ordinaries Gold Index
GICS SYMBOL CODES
The ASX reclassified equities using the Global Industry Classification System (GICS)
mid-2002. As part of this process, the ASX discontinued the previous set of indices
and replaced them with a new set of indices.
These codes reference the overseas indices and Metals that can be found in the World
Indices and Metals folder.
$CA CAC 40 Index
$CR CRB Index
$DA DAX Index
$DJ Dow Jones Index
$FT FTSE 100 Index
$GC Gold Fix (PM)
$HS Hang Seng Index
$MD S&P MidCap 400 Index
$NC NASDAQ Composite
$NK Nikkei 255 Index
$NQ NASDAQ 100 index
$NY NYSE Composite
$OE S&P 100 Index
$RU Russell 2000 Index
$SI Silver Fix
$SP S&P 500 Index
$ST Straights Times Index
$SW Swiss Markets Index
ACCUMULATION INDICES CODE DESCRIPTIONS
The following are codes that contain information on the ups and downs of stocks.
A brief description on the contents in each of the new codes is given which hopefully
will assist some people.
X_ACC Advance Decline Line - The close values for this code contain the cumulative
difference between the ups and downs of all stocks. The difference is calculated
and appended to the previous value that is a funning total. The volume contains the
total volume of stocks that have traded for a day.
X_ACCD The close values for this code contain the number of downs for the day. The
volume contains the total volume of stocks moved that have suffered a decrease in
the days trading.
X_ACCI The close values for this code contain the number of ups for the day. the
volume contains the total volume of stocks moved that have had an increase in the
X_ACCR The close values for this code contain the ratio between the number of ups
and the number of downs represented as a percentage. The volume contains the total
volume of stocks that have traded for the day.
Algorithm for calculating X_ACC, X_ACCD, X_ACCI, X_ACCR