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Information updates: 03.24.23 22:00


434.26 $

Earnings per share

12.958 $

Dividend income

1.09 $

Since the beginning of the year


The Euro Stoxx 50 is an exchange-traded fund that tracks the performance of the Euro Stoxx 50 Index, a market capitalization-weighted stock index of Europe's fifty largest companies. Created by Dow Jones in 1998, it is one of the most widely tracked European indices and serves as an indicator of European market performance.

History of the Euro Stoxx 50 Index

The Euro Stoxx 50 Index was first introduced by Dow Jones in 1998 to track large and medium-sized companies from the twelve countries that make up the European Economic Area. The original countries included Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. In 2007, Greece was added as the thirteenth country. The index covers about 75% of the market capitalization of these thirteen countries, adjusted for free float.

Euro Stoxx 50 Index calculation method

The weighting system used to calculate the index is based on free float market capitalization. This means that each company's weight in the index is determined by its market value divided by the number of shares outstanding multiplied by the "free float" ratio (the share available for trading). Companies with higher values have a greater weight in this system. In addition to this method of calculation, the index components are reviewed and adjusted monthly, depending on changes in the liquidity or credit rating of the issuer and other criteria.

Types of the Stoxx 50

The Euro Stoxx has two main indices: the Euro Stoxx 50 and the Stoxx Europe 600, which include 600 large-, mid- and small-cap companies from 18 European countries.


ETFs allow investors to access a broad portfolio without having to buy individual stocks or shares directly from each company they want to invest in. Instead, they can buy shares of an etf, which allows them to access all of the underlying constituent stocks simultaneously at lower prices than buying individual stocks directly from each company. Thus, investing in the Euro Stoxx 50 allows investors to access all fifty constituent stocks in a single purchase at much lower prices than buying individual stocks directly from each company. This makes the Euro Stoxx 50 one of the most popular investment options for those seeking a diversified, low-cost exposure to European markets.