**price weighted index** — A stock index weighted by adding the price of 1 share of each stock included in the index, and dividing this sum by a constant divisor. The divisor is changed when a stock split or stock dividend occurs because these affect the stock prices. The… … Financial and business terms

**price-weighted index** — An index giving a greater influence to higher valued stocks by weighting all component stocks by their price. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary … Financial and business terms

**Price-weighted** — A price weighted index is a stock market index where each constituent makes up a fraction of the index that is proportional to its price. For a stock market index this implies that stocks are included in proportions based on their quoted prices.… … Wikipedia

**Capitalization-weighted index** — A capitalization weighted index is an index whose components are weighted according to the total market value of their outstanding shares. Also called a market value weighted index. The impact of a component s price change is proportional to the… … Wikipedia

**weighted index** — An index where the impact of each of the index constituents is weighted, usually by reference to the market value of each constituents. To give a simple illustration, an index of two companies, where the first company has a total market… … Financial and business terms

**Price Volume Index** — A technical analysis indicator that is essentially a volume weighted RSI (relative strength index). It attempts to measure the amount of money entering and leaving the market. ► See also Moving Average, RSI, Technical Analysis … Financial and business terms

**Trade weighted index** — The Trade Weighted Index, also known as the effective exchange rate, is a multilateral real exchange rate which is a weighted average of real exchange rates of home and foreign currencies, with the weight for each foreign country equal to its… … Wikipedia

**Capitalization-Weighted Index** — A type of market index whose individual components are weighted according to their market capitalization, so that larger components carry a larger percentage weighting. The value of a capitalization weighted index can be computed by adding up the … Investment dictionary

**ASE Market Capitalization Weighted Index** — The ASE Market Capitalization Weighted Index is a stock index of the Amman Stock Exchange in Jordan. The ASE Weighted Index is one of two principal stock indices on the exchange, the other being the ASE Unweighted Price Index. The ASE Unweighted… … Wikipedia

**market-value weighted index** — A stock index in which each stock is weighted by market value. A change in the price of any stock will influence the index in proportion to the stock s respective market value. The weighting of each stock is determined by multiplying the number… … Financial and business terms