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Sector Index:

  The market cap. weighted price index of the displayed sector and region (Global, US, Non-US) based on shares outstanding. (Right-hand scale.)

Advance-Decline Line:

  A measure of breadth within the sector. This index-line increases by 1 point per day for every stock in the sector that rises and declines by one point for every stock that depreciates. The Advance-Decline Line can indicate underlying strength or weakness in a sector. (Left-hand scale.)

10-Day Moving Average:

  The 10 day simple moving average of the sector price index of the displayed sector and region (Global, US, Non-US). (Right-hand scale.)

25-Day Moving Average:

  The 25 day simple moving average of the sector price index of the displayed sector and region (Global, US, Non-US). (Right-hand scale.)

% of Constituents Above:

  Percentage of sector stocks comprising the total universe trading above the respective simple moving average of their share prices

10-Day Moving Average:

  Percentage of constituents trading above the 10 day simple moving average of their respective share prices for the displayed sector and region (Global, US, Non-US)

25-Day Moving Average:

  Percentage of constituents trading above the 25 day simple moving average of their respective share prices for the displayed sector and region (Global, US, Non-US)

52-Week Highs/Lows:

  Number of sector stocks trading at new 52 Week Highs and Lows respectively. Provided in this form rather as percentages to improve the visual responsiveness of displayed information particularly for smaller sectors

Key Statistics Table


Stock Count:

  Number of stocks in the sector index.

1-Day Breadth:

  The number of advancing issues divided by the number of declining issues (or vice-versa if negative). Max denotes that all stocks in the sector traded up and Min denotes that all stocks traded down.

Sector Performance:

  The price change in the cap. weighted price index for the sector.

% > Mov. Avg.:

  Percentage of sector stocks comprising the total universe trading above the respective simple moving average of their share prices

Note that our definition of Non-US only refers to non-US domiciled stocks trading on US exchanges. Global refers to US traded stocks of all domiciles.

 


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