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Market Index

A market index is a notional group of investment holdings that symbolizes a certain area of the financial market. The prices of the underlying holdings are used to calculate the index value. Some indices are valued according to market capitalization, revenue, float, and fundamental weighting. Weighting is a technique utilized for modifying the relative importance of each item in an index.

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