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Ranking of the Companies with the Most Stock Movement in the NASDAQ-100 Index
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Ranking of the Companies with the Most Stock Movement in the NASDAQ-100 Index (October 1987) »

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This report is ordered by the average volume of shares negotiated monthly, and contains data aggregated monthly of all the companies that participate in the NASDAQ-100 technological index. This stock index includes 100 of the biggest non-financial companies. The weight of companies in the index is based on its market capitalization, with specific rules that limit the influence of the greatest components. In the personalization tab you may check out the average monthly negotiated stocks of each company for each session, as well as opening share prices and the maximum and minimum values reached monthly.

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Companycolumns columns Volume
1MicrosoftMicrosoft169,804,496
2IntelIntel126,247,200
3Applied MaterialsApplied Materials19,984,000
4AmgenAmgen12,670,000
5Apple IncApple Inc11,358,600
6CA TechnologiesCA Technologies5,188,900
7Adobe SystemsAdobe Systems3,224,100
8Automatic Data ProcessingAutomatic Data Processing3,078,800
9CostcoCostco1,695,800
10Ross StoresRoss Stores1,590,500
11PaccarPaccar1,321,600
12AutodeskAutodesk1,246,800
13MattelMattel1,234,800
14Foster WheelerFoster Wheeler61,500
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