On March 8th, Euronext announced that Hafnia from today (following markets close, Friday 17th March 2023) will be included in the OBX Family in both the OBX® and the OBX® ESG Index. To qualify for the OBX- , listed companies are those that have been the top 25 most traded stocks on the Oslo Stock Exchange in the past 6 months. Hafnia has also been included in the OBX® ESG Index based on ESG rankings of Oslo listed companies, fulfilling sector criteria.
Changes will be implemented after today and will be effective from Monday March 20. This index will be subject to revision in September 2023.
The full press release can be found here.
About the OBX® Family
The indices in the OBX® family are semi-annually revised, free float adjusted with composition changes and capping implemented after the market close of the third Friday of March and September.
Rulebooks for the OBX family are available here
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