The Swiss Market Index (SMI) is Switzerland's blue-chip stock market index, which is made up of twenty of the largest and
most liquid SPI large- and mid-cap stocks. The securities contained in the SMI currently represent more than 90% of the
entire market capitalisation, as well as of 90% trading volume of all Swiss and Liechtenstein equities listed on the
SIX Swiss Exchange.
Last updated: 2014/10/20 17:47:37 CET
|Stock name||ISIN||Last trade||P/E||EPS||Div PS||Ex Div Date||Payout Ratio||Div Yield|
|ZURICH FINANCIAL||CH0011075394||272.70||10.0||27.4||17.00||Apr 04 2014||62||6.23|
|ABB||CH0012221716||19.39||18.5||1.0||0.70||May 05 2014||67||3.61|
|ADECCO||CH0012138605||60.70||15.1||4.0||2.00||Apr 24 2014||50||3.29|
|CREDIT SUISSE GROUP||CH0012138530||24.47||0.0||-0.1||0.70||May 13 2014||-515||2.86|
|SWISSCOM||CH0008742519||519.00||16.0||32.2||14.30||Apr 09 2014||44||2.76|
|SWISS LIFE HOLDING||CH0014852781||208.80||8.8||23.8||5.50||Apr 25 2014||23||2.63|
|SGS||CH0002497458||1887.00||24.7||76.6||42.25||Mar 17 2014||55||2.24|
|SYNGENTA||CH0011037469||291.00||17.4||16.7||6.50||May 02 2014||39||2.23|
|NESTLE||CH0038863350||66.85||22.2||3.0||1.40||Apr 14 2014||47||2.09|
|HOLCIM||CH0012214059||63.85||17.6||3.6||1.30||May 02 2014||36||2.04|
|LONZA GROUP||CH0013841017||106.90||29.7||3.6||2.15||Apr 22 2014||60||2.01|
|NOVARTIS||CH0012005267||82.80||23.0||3.6||1.59||Feb 27 2014||44||1.92|
|ROCHE||CH0012032048||268.50||21.5||12.5||5.07||Mar 06 2014||41||1.89|
|UBS||CH0024899483||15.09||17.3||0.9||0.25||May 12 2014||29||1.66|
|BAER||CH0102484968||38.90||33.6||1.2||0.60||Apr 11 2014||51||1.54|
|RICHEMONT||CH0045039655||77.05||17.4||4.4||0.91||Sep 19 2014||20||1.18|
|ACTELION||CH0010532478||102.40||17.6||5.8||1.20||May 12 2014||21||1.17|
|SWATCH GROUP||CH0012255151||438.00||13.2||33.3||4.88||May 16 2014||15||1.11|
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