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stock index

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstock indexˈstock ˌindex noun [countable]  an official and public list of stock prices
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stock indexA stock index does not oscillate with such frightening amplitude as we have witnessed recently unless to announce some tectonic change ahead.Since then the CBoT has launched various bond and stock index futures contracts though many have been delisted due to insufficient trading volumes.The benchmark stock index, by comparison, gained 8 percent.Within a few years, feds also will be able to invest in a small-cap and an international stock index fund.The Dow Jones stock index closed down 7.68 at 2,687.93.The impasse sent Hong Kong stocks plummeting and the colony's main stock index closed 5.1 percent lower.
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