FR40

France 40 Cash Index

Indices CFD

0.78%

Low - High

6635.2 - 6715.2

Spread
Swap Long
-20.84
Swap Short
-67.22
Margin Req.
2%
Trading Size
0.01 - 50
Contract Size
10
Leverage Up To
1:50
3-Day SWAPs
Friday

CAC 40 Chart

Commission per lot (single side)

CLASSIC $0  PRO $0  VIP $0

Open

Monday 9:00

Close

Friday 22:59

Server Time

GMT+3

Daily Break

23:00-09:00

CAC 40

About

FR40

The France 40 Index (FR40), also known as CAC 40 or FCHI, is a free-float market capitalization-weighted index that calculates its components based on the total market value of its outstanding shares. It reflects the performance of the 40 largest and most actively traded shares listed on Euronext Paris, the Stock Exchange of France.

The FCHI is the most widely used indicator for the Paris stock market and the French economy’s performance. The index is managed by Euronext, a pan-European exchange group, and is used as an underlying for futures, structured products, options, funds, and exchange-traded funds.

How is CAC 40 Evaluated?

The FCHI is reviewed every quarter by an independent Index Steering Committee called the Conseil Scientifique. Any changes made by the review committee are put into effect within a minimum of two weeks. Like all other major indices, economic conditions and major gains or losses in its components play a key role in how the France 40 Index fairs.

FR 40 History

The CAC 40 was named after Cotation Assistée en Continu (Continuous Assisted Quotation), an electronic trading system used at Paris Bourse - the French Stock Exchange - in the 1980s and 1990s. The index was launched on December 31, 1987. Its base value was set at 1,000 and it was equivalent to a market capitalization of 370,437,433,957.70 French francs.

CAC 40 All-Time High

The CAC 40 reached its highest point to date - 6922.33 points - during the dot-com bubble, in September 2000. On December 1, 2003, the weighting system for the index changed from dependent on total market capitalization to free-float market cap following other leading indices.

Holders

The companies listed on the CAC 40 are almost exclusively French-domiciled. However, a big share of its listed stocks is owned by non-French investors as the index’s companies have greater multinational reach than any other European market.

Air Liquide Hermès (Hermes International Schneider Electric
Airbus Kering Société Générale (Societe Generale
ArcelorMittal LEGRAND SRTeleperformance
Atos LOréal Stellantis
AXA LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton STMicroelectronics
BNP Paribas Michelin (Compagnie Générale d Etablissements Michelin SCPA TotalEnergies
Bouygues Orange Unibail-Rodamco
Cap Gemini Pernod Ricard Veolia Environnement
Carrefour Publicis VINCI
Crédit Agricole Renault Vivendi
Danone SAFRAN Worldline SA
Engie (ex GDF Suez) Saint-Gobain
EssilorLuxottica Sanofi
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