S&P 600

Definition

An index that measures stock performance of 600 small-capitalization ($300 million - $2 billion) companies. The index includes approximately 3% of the total U.S. equities market. The index value is calculated using a weighted-average formula, giving companies with higher capitalization more effect on the index movement.
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