The S&P/ASX 100 (XTO) represents Australia's large and mid-cap securities. It contains the ASX top 100 companies by float-adjusted market capitalisation and accounts for ~69% (January 2022) of Australia's equity market.
No Exchange Traded Funds track the index.
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Australia's Top 100 companies by market capitalisation (not S&P constituents).
The S&P/ASX 100 launched on 3 April 2000 and commenced trading on 23 August 2000.
XTO, ^AXTO and INDEXASX:XTO.
Top 100 stocks by market capitalisation (Jan 2022)
• Dividend Yield is 3.74%
• PE Ratio is 22.09
Since inception, the index has returned 4.22% p.a. excluding dividends and 8.70% including dividends (Jan 2022).
Rebalances occur quarterly in March, June, September and December, and constituent turnover is relatively low.
In December 2021, there were 1 addition and 1 removal. See a list of historical rebalance announcements.
There's no related ETFs. The closest alternative is an ASX 50 or ASX 200 ETF.
Note: Market Index uses market capitalisation to generate the above share price list. This enables more accurate (and dynamic) overviews and includes ETFs.