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STOXX® Global Digital Security

Summary

Derived from the STOXX® Global Total Market Index, the STOXX® Global Digital Security Index is comprised of companies that are positively exposed to the digital security sector. In this context, digital security encompasses companies which are involved in the transmission, safeguarding and/or handling of sensitive data, and/or access control of secure locations (e.g. data centers).
As the demand for digital security solutions grows, these companies, or components of their business lines, are positioned to benefit from long-term structural trends driving economic change, which, in the future, may have a substantial impact on their performance.
Revere data allow a detailed breakdown of the revenue sources of the eligible companies, helping this index to select companies with substantial positive exposure to the digital security sector.

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Symbol
STXTDSV
Calculation
Realtime
Dissemination Period
00:00-22:00 CET
ISIN
CH0393657553
Bloomberg ID
BBG00K9VTQ44
Last Value
2,704.02 +4.00 (+0.15%)
As of 01:17 am CET
Week to Week Change
3.02%
52 Week Change
-20.30%
Year to Date Change
-23.83%
Daily Low
2703.02
Daily High
2705.45
52 Week Low
2375.1614 Oct 2022
52 Week High
3586.6427 Dec 2021

Top 10 Components

NUTANIX CL.A Technology US
ARISTA NETWORKS Telecommunications US
CALIX NETWORKS Telecommunications US
BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTN.HLDG. Industrial Goods and Services US
Oracle Corp. Technology US
Juniper Networks Inc. Telecommunications US
Cisco Systems Inc. Telecommunications US
Accton Telecommunications TW
Otsuka Corp. Technology JP
TIS INC. Technology JP
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