Tokyo Stock Price Index (東証株価指数, Tōshō Kabuka shisū), commonly known as TOPIX, along with the Nikkei 225, is an important stock market index for the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) in Japan, tracking all domestic companies of the exchange's First Section. It is calculated and published by the TSE. As of 1 February 2011 [update] , there are 1,669 companies listed on the First Section of the TSE, and the market value for the index was ¥197.4 trillion.
The index transitioned from a system where a company's weighting is based on the total number of shares outstanding to a weighting based on the number of shares available for trading (called the free float). This transition took place in three phases starting in October 2005 and was completed in June 2006. Although the change is a technicality, it had a significant effect on the weighting of many companies in the index, because many companies in Japan hold a significant number of shares of their business partners as a part of intricate business alliances, and such shares are no longer included in calculating the weight of companies in the index.
TSE currently calculates and distributes TOPIX every second and further plans to launch a new High-Speed Index dissemination service provided at the millisecond level starting from February 28, 2011.
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|TOPIX 1000||Component stocks in the TOPIX 500 and highly market capitalized stocks of the TOPIX small||TOPIX 500||Component stocks in the TOPIX Core 30, the TOPIX Large 70 and the TOPIX Mid 400||TOPIX 100||Component stocks in the TOPIX Core 30 and the TOPIX Large 70||TOPIX Core 30||The 30 most liquid and highly market capitalized stocks|
|TOPIX Large 70||After the Core 30, the 70 most liquid and highly market capitalized stocks|
|TOPIX Mid 400||Excluding TOPIX 100 stocks, these are the remaining stocks in the TOPIX 500|
|TOPIX Small||Outside the component stocks in the TOPIX 500 and non-eligible1 stocks in the TOPIX|
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