NYSE Composite Index

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The NYSE Composite Index is the New York Stock Exchange's flagship index. It was recalculated in 2003 with a base value of 5,000 and measures the performance of all NYSE - listed common stocks, ADRs, tracking stocks and REITs. It excludes closed-end funds, ETFs and derivatives to more accurately gauge the exchange's performance. [1]