Ibovespa Brasil Sao Paulo Stock Exchange Index
The Ibovespa Index is a gross total return index weighted by traded volume & is comprised of the most liquid stocks traded on the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange.
IBOVESPA: Total return index comprising the most representative companies in the market, both by market cap and traded volume. It is the benchmark index of São Paulo Stock Exchange. It is the oldest BOVESPA index, and it is being broadcast since 1968.
IBRX 50: Also called Brasil 50, it comprises the 50 most traded equities at BOVESPA.
IBRX: It has the same purpose of IBRX 50, but embracing the 100 most traded equities.
IBRA: Brazil Broad-Based Index, it comprises a wider range of companies, aiming to embrace 99% of all companies already selected for any other exchange indexes. Its main goal is to represent the most relevant companies in the stock exchange.
MLCX: The Midlarge Cap Index shows the performance of the most relevant companies at the exchange, responding for at least 85% its total market value.
SMLL: The Small Cap Index comprises relevant companies who don’t apply for the MLCX listing, i.e., heavily traded companies which does not fill the 85% market share criteria.
IVBX: It was conceived as an index to trail the 2nd tier companies, defined as those which trading ranking is from 11th and beneath, therefore not to be classified as blue chips. Nevertheless most of its members are highly relevant companies, needing to comply with high traded volume and market capitalization.
IDIV: The Dividend Yield index, it comprises companies which show the highest dividend yields values in the market, along with a strong trading session participation.