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: 2014/7/22 17:47:13 CET
|Stock name||ISIN||Last trade||P/E||EPS||Div PS||Ex Div Date||Payout Ratio||Div Yield|
|ZURICH FINANCIAL||CH0011075394||272.80||10.6||25.7||17.00||Apr 04 2014||66||6.23|
|ABB||CH0012221716||21.05||19.3||1.0||0.70||May 05 2014||67||3.33|
|ADECCO||CH0012138605||69.65||18.1||3.8||2.00||Apr 24 2014||53||2.87|
|SWISSCOM||CH0008742519||516.00||15.9||32.2||14.30||Apr 09 2014||44||2.77|
|CREDIT SUISSE GROUP||CH0012138530||25.84||35.4||0.7||0.70||May 13 2014||95||2.71|
|SWISS LIFE HOLDING||CH0014852781||215.50||8.8||24.3||5.50||Apr 25 2014||23||2.55|
|LONZA GROUP||CH0013841017||94.40||55.5||1.7||2.15||Apr 22 2014||129||2.28|
|SGS||CH0002497458||2050.00||26.2||76.6||42.25||Mar 17 2014||54||2.06|
|NESTLE||CH0038863350||69.45||22.0||3.1||1.40||Apr 14 2014||45||2.02|
|NOVARTIS||CH0012005267||80.40||22.6||3.5||1.59||Feb 27 2014||45||1.98|
|SYNGENTA||CH0011037469||328.70||20.5||16.0||6.50||May 02 2014||41||1.98|
|ROCHE||CH0012032048||266.00||20.4||12.9||5.07||Mar 06 2014||39||1.91|
|HOLCIM||CH0012214059||77.45||21.2||3.6||1.30||May 02 2014||36||1.68|
|UBS||CH0024899483||16.47||19.5||0.8||0.25||May 12 2014||30||1.52|
|BAER||CH0102484968||40.73||45.3||0.9||0.60||Apr 11 2014||69||1.47|
|ACTELION||CH0010532478||112.40||26.3||4.2||1.20||May 12 2014||29||1.07|
|RICHEMONT||CH0045039655||90.20||20.2||4.5||0.91||Sep 16 2013||20||1.01|
|SWATCH GROUP||CH0012255151||498.60||14.5||35.4||4.88||May 16 2014||14||0.98|
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