OMX Helsinki 25 (OMXH25, formerly HEX25) is a stock market index for the Helsinki Stock Exchange. It is a market value weighted index that consists of the 25 most-traded stock classes. The maximum weight for a single stock is limited to 10%. This is mainly to limit Nokia's weight in the index, although Fortum and Sampo Group were also capped in a February 2009 reshuffle.
As of August 2020, the following 25 companies make up the index:
|Company||GICS Sector||Ticker symbol|
|Elisa||integrated telecommunication services||ELISA|
|Huhtamäki||industrial Goods & Services||HUH1V|
|Kojamo||real estate investor||KOJAMO|
|Metso Outotec||industrial machinery||MOCORP|
|Metsä Board||paper and packaging||METSB|
|Neste||oil and gas refining and marketing||NESTE|
|Nokian Tyres||tyres and rubber||TYRES|
|Nordea Bank||diversified banks||NDA-FI|
|Stora Enso||paper products||STERV|
|Telia Company||integrated telecommunication services||TELIA1|
|Valmet||industrial Goods & Services||VALMT|
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