What is the All Ordinaries?

What is the All Ordinaries?

The All Ordinaries is an index made up of the share prices for 500 of the largest companies listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

As a result, the All Ordinaries, or All Ords, is often used to represent the performance of the ASX as a whole.

The All Ordinaries debuted on 1 January 1980 with a starting value of 500.0.

To see the current value of the All Ordinaries and track it over time, click here.

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