Nasdaq Baltic Index Descriptions

OMX Baltic Benchmark (OMXBB) – PI, GI, CAP

The OMX Baltic Benchmark index consists of the largest and most traded stocks on the Nasdaq Baltic Market, representing all sectors. The weight of the constituent stocks is based on the market value adjusted by the free float, which means that only the part of the share capital that is considered available for trading is included in the index. The index is intended to offer a cost effective replication. Thus OMXBB is especially attractive for use in investment products and as a comparative index for investors. The OMXBB is revised twice a year, on January 1 and July 1, to ensure that it offers high investability and low transaction costs. The index is available as both PI and GI and also as a weight capped version called OMXBBCAP calculated as PI and GI. The OMXBB and OMXBBCAP are calculated in Euro. The base date for OMXBB and OMXBBCAP indexes is December 31, 1999, with a base value of 100. The index values are disseminated with 60 seconds interval.


OMX Baltic 10 (OMXB10) – PI, GI

OMXB10 is a tradable index consisting of the 10 most actively traded stocks on the Baltic exchanges. The limited number of constituents guarantees that all the underlying shares of the index have excellent liquidity, which results in an index that can be used as a good basis for derivatives. The weight of the constituent stocks is based on the market value adjusted by the free float and is capped to 15%. The composition of the OMXB10 index is revised twice a year, on January 1 and July 1. The base date for OMXB10 index is December 31, 1999 with a base value of 100. The index is calculated in Euro and is available as PI and GI. The index values are disseminated in real time with one second interval.


OMX Baltic All-Share (OMXB) – PI, GI

OMX Baltic is an all-share index consisting of all the shares listed on the Main and Secondary lists of the Baltic exchanges with exception of the shares of the companies where a single shareholder controls at least 90% of the outstanding shares. The aim of the index is to reflect the current status and changes in the Nasdaq Baltic Market. The base date for the OMXB is December 31, 1999, with a base value of 100. The index is calculated in Euro and is available as PI and GI. The index values are disseminated with 60 seconds interval.


OMX Baltic Sector indexes – PI, GI

The OMX Baltic Sector indexes are based on the Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) developed by FTSE Group (FTSE). The ICB is a detailed and comprehensive structure for sector and industry analysis, facilitating the comparison of companies across four levels of classification. Sector indexes show the trend of a specific industry and enable peer comparison between companies engaged in the same industry. The indexes include all the shares listed on the Main and Secondary lists of the Baltic exchanges (stocks of the companies where a single shareholder controls at least 90% of the outstanding shares are not included). The indexes are calculated for each ICB industry and supersector in Euro and available as PI and GI. The base date for the Nasdaq Baltic Sector indexes is June 30, 2011, with a base value of 1000. The index values are disseminated once a day after the market close.


OMX Tallinn All-Share (OMXT) – GI

OMX Tallinn is an all-share index which includes all the shares listed on the Main and Secondary lists on the Nasdaq Tallinn with exception of the shares of the companies where a single shareholder controls at least 90% of the outstanding shares. The aim of the index is to reflect the current status and changes on the Tallinn market. The base date for the OMXT is June 3, 1996, with a base value of 100. The index is available as GI. The index values are disseminated with 60 seconds interval.


OMX Riga All-Share (OMXR) – GI

OMX Riga is an all-share index consisting of all the shares listed on the Main and Secondary lists on the Nasdaq Riga with exception of the shares of the companies where a single shareholder controls at least 90% of the outstanding shares. The aim of the index is to reflect the current status and changes on the Riga market. The base date for the OMXR is December 31, 1999, with a base value of 100. The index is available as GI. The index values are disseminated with 60 seconds interval.


OMX Vilnius All-Share (OMXV) – GI

OMX Vilnius is an all-share index which includes all the shares listed on the Main and Secondary lists on the Nasdaq Vilnius with exception of the shares of the companies where a single shareholder controls at least 90% of the outstanding shares. The aim of the index is to reflect the current status and changes on the Vilnius market. The base date for the OMXV is December 31, 1999, with a base value of 100. The index is available as GI. The index values are disseminated with 60 seconds interval.


All OMX Baltic indexes can be viewed on our Baltic and Nordic pages.