"Index": 1. A number showing the variation in price of a group of securities with respect to a chosen base period. Indices may be calculated as arithmetical or geometric averages and individual components may be weighted, for example by market capitalisation. For example the FTSE 100 or the S&P 500. 2. A comparable measure in relation to any set of data. For example, inflation indices.
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