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DEFINITION of 'VINX 30'

A stock index that tracks the 30 largest companies with the most heavily-traded stocks on the Nordic stock exchanges. VINX 30 is denominated in euros and is an adjustable free-floating index. It tracks stocks that trade on the exchanges in Helsinki, Copenhagen and Stockholm.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'VINX 30'

The VINX 30 acts as a benchmark for investors who wish to track their Nordic investments against a similar index. There is also an ETF called the XACT Nordic 30 that owns the 30 stocks in this index. Investors who want to follow the returns of the index can do so by investing in this fund.

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