To the Top
The 3 steps are Choose table, Choose variable and Show result. You are currently at Choose variable

SHAR01: Share price indices (2015=100) by reporting country and time

Choose variables

Index (2015=100)
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) [MEI_FIN].
Now you have come to the page, Choose variable. This page give you the oportunity to select which variables and values you want to display in your result of the table. A variable is a property of a statistical unit. The page is divided into several boxes, one for each variable, where you can select values by click to highlight one or more values. It always starts with the statistics variable which is the main value counted in the table.

Selected 0 of total 6

Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.1990Q1 , 1990Q2 , 1990Q3 ,

Selected 1 of total 136

Number of selected data cells are:
(maximum number allowed is 100,000)

Presentation on screen is limited to 1,000 rows and 50 columns

Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 100,000
The share price indices included are targeted to be all-share or broad indices. They are prices indices not return indices, i.e. they exclude dividend payments. A share price index measures how the value of the stocks in the index is changing.

Quarterly data are averages for all countries.

reporting country


Data refer to the KAX CSE All. Shares price index quoted on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.


Includes Åland.

The HEX All Share index measures average monthly changes in the buying quotations of all shares quoted on the Helsinki stock Exchange.


Data measure the monthly changes in share prices quoted in the Iceland Stock Exchange (ISE).


The TOTX (All share index) is a capital weighted price index intended to provide a general overview of movements in Norwegian listed shares quoted on the Oslo Stock Exchange Quotations. The index is dividend adjusted.


The AFGX (Affärsvärldens Generalindex) is a broad stock market index designed to measure the market performance of the Stockholm Stock Exchange. This index is used to evaluate share performance, not portfolio performance, as dividends are not reinvested in the index.


EA referes to Euro area (EA19-2015) . Data refer to the Dow Jones EURO STOXX Broad Benchmark Index. Dividends are excluded. Detailed information on the index is available at