All ordinaries Index

For the Australian stock market, the All Ordinaries (XAO) or “All Ords” are regarded as a comprehensive market barometer. The 500 largest ASX listed firms are there, and as of September 2022, it represents 87% of the Australian equities market.

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Capitalization weighted indexes

The All Ords index is capitalization weighted, which includes working out a company’s market capitalization (also known as market cap’) with a simple equation that involves multiplying the total number of issued shares by the share price.

The All Ordinaries Total Return Index

The All Ords does not account for any dividends paid to shareholders by a company and hence does not provide an accurate representation of the investor’s profits.

 The All Ordinaries Total Return Index (XAOA), on the other hand, takes into account all cash dividends reinvested on the ex-dividend date and is sometimes used as a benchmark for total investor performance of the top 250 companies listed on the ASX by market capitalization. Previously, the All Ordinaries Total Return Index was known as the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index.