What is the All Ordinaries?



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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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