Semi-Annual Review of the OMX Stockholm 30 Index

Nasdaq.com –Stockholm —Nasdaq (NASDAQ:NDAQ) announces today the results of the semi-annual review of the OMX Stockholm 30 Index (NASDAQ Stockholm: OMXS30) which will become effective with the market open on Friday, July 1, 2016.

There will be no changes to the population of the index for the coming period.

The OMXS30 Index is NASDAQ Stockholm’s leading share index composed of the 30 most traded stocks on NASDAQ Stockholm and dates back to September 1986. The index is designed to track the Swedish stock market and act as underlying for financial products such as options, futures, exchange- traded funds and mutual funds. OMXS30 is re-ranked semi-annually in January and July.


The OMX Stockholm 30 Index constituents effective July 1, 2016 are:


ABB Ltd Nokia Corporation
Alfa Laval AB Nordea Bank AB
ASSA ABLOY AB ser. B Sandvik AB
AstraZeneca PLC Securitas AB ser. B
Atlas Copco AB ser. A Skand. Enskilda Banken ser. A
Atlas Copco AB ser. B Skanska AB ser. B
Boliden AB SKF, AB ser. B
Electrolux, AB ser. B SSAB AB ser. A
Ericsson, Telefonab. L M ser. B Swedbank AB ser A
Fingerprint Cards AB ser. B Swedish Match AB
Getinge AB ser. B Svenska Cellulosa AB SCA ser. B
Hennes & Mauritz AB, H & M ser. B Svenska Handelsbanken ser. A
Investor AB ser. B Tele2 AB ser. B
Kinnevik, Investment AB ser. B Telia Company AB
Lundin Petroleum AB Volvo, AB ser. B


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