Share Market
Index downloads

The Australian share market includes a number of key market indexes.
Below is summary information about the indexes, and links to download a list of stocks in each index.

Each list of stocks linked below is in CSV format
(Comma Separated Value).
The second line of each file is the effective date
in the format YYYYMMDD.
The stock data included in the CSV files below is:
Close Price, Market Cap (in millions), Price % change in 4 weeks,
52-week Low, 52-week High, EPS, PE, Dividend Yield.
The data provided is as at the last calendar day of the month.
NOTE: Market Cap data for all index download files prior to February 2019
shows the market cap value unchanged, whereas from 28 February 2019 onward
the market cap values are shown in millions.


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Key Australian Share Market Indexes
Which stocks are in each index?

Index Symbol Index Name No. of stocks* From* Rank To* Rank Premium Toolbox Members can see a
list of constituent stocks for each index below,
sorted by Market Capitalisation*.

INSTRUCTIONS: Click on the links below to open these CSV files using your spreadsheet software, or to "Save As..." these files and save them to your hard drive. 

S&P/ASX 20 20 1 20 The S&P/ASX 20 index (XTL) constituents.
This index is comprised of the top 20 stocks by market cap, emphasising liquidity and investability. (More index details at
A free copy of an older version of this list is available.

S&P/ASX 50 50 1 50 The S&P/ASX 50 index (XFL) constituents.
This index is comprised of the top 50 stocks by market cap, representing the biggest national and multi-national publicly listed companies in the Australian equity market, and emphasising liquidity and investability. (More index details at
XTO S&P/ASX 100 100 1 100 The S&P/ASX 100 index (XTO) constituents.
This is Australia's premier large capitalisation equity index, comprised of 100 stocks selected by the S&P Australian Index Committee. It is used by some fund managers as a benchmark. (More index details at
XJO S&P/ASX 200 200 1 200 The S&P/ASX 200 index (XJO) constituents.
This index is comprised of the S&P/ASX 100 stocks plus another 100 stocks and is recognised as an investable benchmark. (More index details at
A free copy of an older version of this list is available.
XKO S&P/ASX 300 300 1 300 The S&P/ASX 300 index (XKO) constituents. 
This index provides additional depth and coverage to the S&P/ASX 200 whilst maintaining strict liquidity guidelines. Constituents are reviewed quarterly.
(More index details at
XAO All Ordinaries 500 1 500 The All Ordinaries index (XAO) constituents. 
This index is regarded as is Australia's premier market indicator representing the 500 largest companies on the ASX, with liquidity NOT being a requirement
(whereas liquidity is a requirement for most of the other indexes), except for foreign-domiciled companies.
(More index details at
XMD S&P/ASX Midcap 50 50 51 100 The S&P/ASX Midcap 50 index (XMD) constituents. 
This index is comprised of companies within the S&P/ASX 100, but not those included in the S&P/ASX 50. (More index details at
XSO S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries 200 101 300 The S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries index (XSO) constituents. 
This index is comprised of companies included in the S&P/ASX 300 index, but not in the S&P/ASX 100 index. This index provides a benchmark for small-cap investments. 
(More index details at
All Australian
50 index
50 n/a n/a The S&P/ASX All Australian 50 index (XAF) constituents. 
This index is a large-cap index that consists exlusively of Australian domestic companies. (More index details at
All Australian
200 index
200 n/a n/a The S&P/ASX All Australian 200 index (XAT) constituents. 
This index is is similar to the S&P/ASX All Australian 50 but with more constituents.
(More index details at
All stocks approx
1 2100 This is all stocks listed on the ASX.
* Notes to this table:
  1. No. of Stocks - Is the nominal number of stocks in the index, but can vary as company's situations change (eg. delisting).
  2. From Rank and To Rank are an approximate indication of where the index and its stocks fit on the long list of stocks sorted by market capitalisation.
  3. Market cap will change each day as the share price moves. It is basically the current share price multiplied by the number of shares on issue. And from February 2019 the market cap value is shown in millions, and to three decimal places.
  4. For more information about the indexes and how they relate to each other, see the free Index Composition 2-page pdf handout.
  5. Comments in the table above in italics are taken from the ASX web site:-

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