|Previous closing price||19,475.15|
|Year High - Date||25,483.05 - 02/19/20|
|Year Low - Date||- 06/22/20|
|Previous Year High||24,003.64|
|Previous Year Low|
|Closing Previous Year||23,506.37|
|1 Month Performance||-2.57%|
|6 Months Performance||-20.31%|
|1 Year Performance||-5.41%|
|2 Years Performance||-9.56%|
|TR Last Close||41,297.77|
|TR Chng %||+0.21|
|TR Close Date||08/07/20|
The FTSE MIB is the primary benchmark Index for the Italian equity markets. Capturing approximately 80% of the domestic market capitalization, the Index is comprised of highly liquid, leading companies across ICB sectors in Italy.
The FTSE MIB Index measures the performance of 40 Italian equities and seeks to replicate the broad sector weights of the Italian stock market. The Index is derived from the universe of stocks trading on the Borsa Italiana (BIt) main equity market. Each stock is analyzed for size and liquidity, and the overall Index has appropriate sector representation. The FTSE MIB Index is market cap-weighted after adjusting constituents for float.
- Download the index methodology (file pdf - 494 KB)
- FTSE MIB value calculated on the opening prices FTSE MIB Open value
- Go to FTSE Italia website to download index components
FTSE MIB Dividend
Following the corporate action, the adjustments on the FTSE MIB dividend index are the same used for the FTSE MIB index; rebalacing and reshuffle on the FTSE MIB index are replicated in the FTSE MIB dividend, which includes the same constituents in FTSE MIb index.