The ASX 20 is an index of the top 20 companies listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. This index contains all companies with a primary listing on the exchange and accounts for ~ 43% (Jan 2022) of Australia’s share market capitalization. The list is maintained by the S&P Dow Jones Indices and is reviewed every quarter.
|Quick Fact||Updated: March 2022|
|Founded||03 April 2000|
|Top Sector||Financials, Materials and Health Care|
|Trailing PE Ratio||14.62|
|Indicated Dividend Yield||5.43%|
|Regulatory Authority||European Union|
|Weighting Method||Float Adjusted Weighted|
|ASX Trading Hours||10 AM - 4 PM (Sydney time)|
ASX 20 Price Chart
|Open||High||Low||Close||52 Week Range|
Also, Check –
List of ASX Top 20 Companies
ASX 20 Annual Returns (10 Years)
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Q1. What is the ASX 20 Index?
The ASX 20 is a float-adjusted market-cap-weighted index consisting of approximately 20 large blue-chip companies listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Q2. How to invest in AXS 20 Index?
You can go through the iShares S&P/ASX 20 ETF (ILC) to invest in AXS20.
Q4. What is the difference between AXS200, AXS 20, and All Ords?
The ASX 20 Index = 20 Top Stocks | Rebalanced Quarterly | Only Australian Stocks
The ASX 200 Index = 200 Top Stocks | Rebalanced Quarterly | Other Countries Stocks Included
The All Ordinaries index = 500 Top Stocks | Rebalanced Annually | Other Countries Stocks Included