Stocks traded on the Istanbul Stock Exchange are included among the constituents of the Dow Jones FEAS Composite Index
Stocks traded on the Istanbul Stock Exchange are included among the constituents of the Dow Jones FEAS Composite Index and South East Europe Index, launched on June 5, 2009
Dow Jones Indexes and the Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) launched the Dow Jones FEAS Indexes on June 5, 2009, with an aim to measure the performance of companies across the Euro-Asian region. The three indexes that are launched are a composite, and two regional sub-indexes. The Dow Jones FEAS Indexes are designed to underlie index-linked investment products such as funds and structured products.
Dow Jones FEAS Composite Index currently includes component stocks of 10 of the 32 member states of FEAS. The exchanges included are Abu Dhabi, Amman, Bahrain, Belgrade, Bulgaria, Istanbul, Karachi, Macedonia, Muscat and Zagreb.
The Dow Jones FEAS South East Europe Index measures the performance of companies in five FEAS member exchanges including Bulgaria, Zagreb, Macedonia, Belgrade and Istanbul.
The Dow Jones FEAS Indexes are designed to cover 95% of the free-float market capitalization of each country in the respective index. The indexes are calculated and disseminated in euro and U.S. dollar and weighted by float-adjusted market capitalization.