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Dow Jones

28,210

-98.0 / -0.35%
on 21/10

Gold

1,928

-1.4 / -0.07%
9:15am 22/10

Crude Oil

40.04

+0.01 / 0.03%
9:15am 22/10

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0.7117

0.01%
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About

The All Ordinaries (INDEXASX: XAO) or "All Ords" is considered a total market barometer for the Australian stock market and contains the 500 largest ASX listed companies by way of market capitalisation. It is still regularly quoted as a benchmark for Australian equities due to its 20+ years as Australia’s premier index.

     • Established in 1979 with a starting level of 500
     • Accounts for 87% (March 2020) of the Australian equity market
     • No liquidity requirement for constituents

Recent Rebalance Announcements (PDF)
June 2020 78 additions and 54 removals
March 2020 Postponed
March 2019 54 additions and 34 removals
See all previous All Ords rebalance announcements

Rebalances only occur annually and if a company is removed from the index there is no replacement until the next annual meeting. Visit the Index Methodology & Calculation page for more information on the construction, maintenance and company selection criteria.


What about dividends?

The All Ordinaries Index does not include dividends (which would add approximately 4% p.a. return to its performance).

The All Ordinaries Total Return Index (XAOA) includes all cash dividends reinvested on the ex-dividend date (excluding franking credits). This accumulation index is typically only used as a comparison tool for long-term investment returns and therefore not widely quoted on a daily basis. For daily monitoring of accumulation data, the ASX provides the S&P/ASX 200 Net Total Return Index (XNT). Details can be found on the ASX 200 page.

Note: The XAOA was formerly known as the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index (XAOAI).

Recent Performance

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Full History

Monthly data 1979 - 2020 in Excel format (.xlsx)

Resources

Ticker

XAO

Constituents

499

Min Market Cap

$59,833,200

Total Market Cap

$2,056,000,000,000

Rebalanced

Annually

Next Re-balance

19th Mar 2021

Sector breakdown based on market capitalisation.

Resources at 21 October 2020

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