Define: Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes

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Definition: Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes



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Full Definition of Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes


The Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes refers to several indicators that measure the performance of Korean stocks. As Korea has become a global economic power over the past 25 years, the Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes have achieved greater recognition among investors. The most commonly quoted of the Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes is the KOSPI, which includes roughly 700 stocks. Another well-known indicator among the Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes is the KOSPI 200, which measures the performance of 200 top Korean stocks. The Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes includes a KOSPI 100 and a KOSPI 50 as well. The Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes also comprises subindexes for various industry sectors and market capitalizations.


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Definition Sources


Definitions for Korean Composite Stock Price Indexes are sourced/syndicated and enhanced from:

  • A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Quick Reference)
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Accounting
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Business & Management

This glossary post was last updated: 10th February 2020.