Indices are basically baskets of individual shares which are impacted by factors like political events, major factors which affect

companies in a particular sector, economic data like employment figures and big changes in the currencies markets.


The FTSE 100 represents

the UK’s hundred biggest

companies by market


Dow Jones comprises 30

of the US’ biggest

publicly owned

companies. Often

referred to as simply

‘Wall Street’.

The DAX is made up of

30 major German


NASDAQ 100 is made up

of over 100 tech

companies in the US.

Nikkei 225 is comprised

of 225 of the Japan's

biggest companies.

CAC 40 comprises 40 of

France’s biggest






Indices Trading

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