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S&P/TSX Composite Index

Toronto Stock Exchange Index | Aug 12, 2020, 4:44 AM EDT | Real-time price

^TSX 16,497.00 RT
CHANGE
-108.49 (-0.6533%)
VOLUME
252,377,676
Day Low: 16,486.02
Day High: 16,640.44
52 Week Low N/A
52 Week High N/A

Data is based on End of Day Values

The S&P/TSX Composite Index has provided investors with a premier indicator of market activity for Canadian equity markets since its launch in 1977. With approximately 95% coverage of the Canadian equities market, it is the primary gauge for Canadian-based, Toronto Stock Exchange listed companies.

The S&P/TSX Composite Index serves the dual purpose of a benchmark and an investable index. The index is designed to offer the representation of a broad benchmark index while maintaining the liquidity characteristics of narrower indices. This unique combination makes the S&P/TSX Composite Index ideal for portfolio management and index replication.
Index Characteristics
Number of Constituents221
Adjusted Market Cap (C$ Billion)2,313.175
% Weight Largest Constituent6.02%
Top 10 Holdings
(Market Cap Share - C$ Billion)
888.619
CurrencyCDN Dollars
Tickers (CAD)
^TSXTMXmoney.com / TMX PowerStream
SPTSXBloomberg
.GSPTSEThomson Reuters Eikon
.TTT-TThomson ONE
Constituent Market Cap
Average (C$ Billion)10.467
Largest (C$ Billion)139.221
Smallest (C$ Billion)0.444
Median (C$ Billion)2.918
Tickers (USD)
^15UTMXmoney.com; PowerStream
SPTSXUBloomberg
naThomson Reuters Eikon
T.QAU-TThomson ONE
Inclusion Criteria
  • Listing: Only stocks listed on Toronto Stock Exchange are considered for inclusion in this index.
  • Domicile: Only securities which are Canadian incorporated, established in the case of income trusts, or formed in the case of limited partnerships, under Canadian federal, provincial, or territorial jurisdictions are eligible.
  • Market Capitalization: Stocks are assessed based on their float adjusted market capitalization. A company's float adjusted market capitalization is calculated by removing control blocks of 10% or more.
  • Liquidity: Only stocks that are actively and regularly traded are considered for inclusion in any S&P/TSX index. A stock's liquidity is measured relative to liquidity thresholds.

Methodology   Fact Sheet

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