BATS 1000 Index Down 0.1% on Week
Financials Advance 1.1% While Technology Declines 1.2%
July 30, 2010 05:16 PM Eastern Daylight Time
KANSAS CITY, Mo.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--BATS Exchange’s BATS 1000SM Index (BATSK)
declined 0.1% for the week ending July 30, compared to decrease of 0.09% for the S&P 500 Index.
The BATS 1000 Index, operated by the third-largest exchange in the U.S., ended the week at 12,371 as of 4 p.m.
The Index remained fairly unchanged across most sectors for the week with the exception of Financials, which
advanced 1.1% and Technology and Communications, which declined 1.2%.
Below is an overview of the BATS 1000 Index and sub-indices for the week:
The BATS 1000 Index offers a listings-neutral, broad snapshot of the US equities marketplace by tracking the
performance of 1,000 securities classified in 10 important industry sectors. The BATS 1000 Index was launched on
July 1st, 2009, with a base value of 10,000. The 10 index sectors are adjusted to an equal weighting based on the
current value of the index during an annual reconstitution process, which took place this earlier this month.
The BATS 1000 Index data is available via the Consolidated Tape System (CTS), the operating authority for
exchange-listed securities information, enabling distribution of the data to the public via the Internet and other
Complete BATS 1000 Index information, criteria for inclusion and current index value are available at:
BATS Global Markets (BATS) is an innovative global financial markets technology company headquartered in the
Kansas City, Mo., area with additional offices in New York and London. The BATS platform was launched in
January 2006 and, operating as BATS Exchange, Inc., is a premier destination among the top ranked equity markets
in the United States. BATS serves the European market through its London-based, FSA-authorised subsidiary,
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