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January 29, 2022 0 comments
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The ASX 200 companies list contains 200 of the best-performing companies that are currently listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

The companies are weighted by market cap and there are several strict eligibility requirements that companies must meet before being allowed into the ASX 200 index.

These qualifications include being in the top 200 companies in terms of market capitalization.

In addition, companies must be listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in order to be eligible for listing in the ASX 200 index.


It’s not unusual for several companies to be added or removed at the beginning of every quarter based on performance and market cap.

Rebalancing also happens at this point in time to ensure the fund is managed based on the eligibility and balancing requirements.

Standard & Poor’s is responsible for managing the index and ensuring adequate performance.

The ASX 200 has been around for 21 years and was originally established in April of 2000.

It has been an excellent index for more than two decades and provides investors with exposure to hundreds of Australia’s best companies.

List of ASX 200 Companies

Investors should always be prepared for companies to be added or removed at the beginning of a new economic quarter.

Here is the most-recently updated list of ASX 200 companies, sorted by alphabetical order.

Sorted by Alphabetical Order  (Source)

Symbol Company Industry
A2M The a2 Milk Company Consumer Staples
ABC Adelaide Brighton Materials
ABP Abacus Property Group Real Estate
AGL AGL Energy Utilities
AIA Auckland Airport Industrials
ALD Ampol Energy
ALL Aristocrat Leisure Consumer Discretionary
ALQ ALS Industrials
ALU Altium Information Technology
ALX Atlas Arteria Industrials
AMC Amcor Materials
AMP AMP Financials
ANN Ansell Healthcare
ANZ Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Financials
APA APA Group Utilities
APE Eagers Automotive Consumer Discretionary
APT Afterpay Financials
APX Appen Information Technology
ARB ARB Corporation Consumer Discretionary
AST AusNet Services Utilities
ASX ASX Financials
AUB AUB Group Financials
AWC Alumina Materials
AZJ Aurizon Industrials
BAP Bapcor Consumer Discretionary
BEN Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Financials
BGA Bega Cheese Consumer Staples
BHP BHP Materials
BKL Blackmores Consumer Staples
BKW Brickworks Materials
BLD Boral Materials
BOQ Bank of Queensland Financials
BPT Beach Energy Energy
BRG Breville Group Consumer Discretionary
BSL BlueScope Materials
BWP BWP Trust Real Estate
BXB Brambles Industrials
CAR Carsales Communication Services
CBA Commonwealth Bank Financials
CCP Credit Corp Group Financials
CDA Codan Information Technology
CGC Costa Group Consumer Staples
CGF Challenger Financials
CHC Charter Hall Financials
CHN Chalice Mining Materials
CIA Champion Iron Materials
CIM CIMIC Group Industrials
CIP Centuria Industrial REIT Real Estate
CKF Collins Foods Consumer Discretionary
CLW Charter Hall Long WALE REIT Real Estate
CMW Cromwell Property Group Real Estate
CNI Centuria Capital Real Estate
CNU Chorus Communication Services
COH Cochlear Healthcare
COL Coles Group Consumer Staples
CPU Computershare Information Technology
CQR Charter Hall Retail REIT Real Estate
CSL CSL Healthcare
CSR CSR Materials
CTD Corporate Travel Management Consumer Discretionary
CUV Clinuvel Pharmaceut Healthcare
CWN Crown Resorts Consumer Discretionary
CWY Cleanaway Industrials
DHG Domain Group Communication Services
DMP Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Consumer Discretionary
DOW Downer Group Industrials
DRR Deterra Royalties Materials
DXS Dexus Real Estate
EDV Endeavour Group Consumer Staples
ELD Elders Consumer Staples
EML EML Payments Information Technology
EVN Evolution Mining Materials
FBU Fletcher Building Materials
FLT Flight Centre Consumer Discretionary
FMG Fortescue Metals Group Materials
FPH Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Healthcare
GEM G8 Education Consumer Discretionary
GMG Goodman Group Real Estate
GNC GrainCorp Consumer Staples
GOR Gold Road Res Materials
GOZ Growthpoint Properties Real Estate
GPT GPT Group Real Estate
GUD GUD Holdings Consumer Discretionary
HLS Healius Healthcare
HUB HUB24 Financials
HVN Harvey Norman Consumer Discretionary
IAG Insurance Australia Group Financials
IEL Idp Education Consumer Discretionary
IFL IOOF Financials
IGO Independence Group Materials
ILU Iluka Resources Materials
INA Ingenia Group Real Estate
ING Inghams Consumer Staples
IPH IPH Industrials
IPL Incitec Pivot Materials
IRE Iress Information Technology
IVC InvoCare Consumer Discretionary
JBH JB Hi-Fi Consumer Discretionary
JHG Janus Henderson Financials
JHX James Hardie Materials
KGN Consumer Discretionary
LLC Lendlease Real Estate
LNK Link Admin Information Technology
LYC Lynas Materials
MFG Magellan Financial Group Financials
MGR Mirvac Financials
MIN Mineral Resources Industrials
MND Monadelphous Group Industrials
MP1 Megaport Information Technology
MPL Medibank Financials
MQG Macquarie Group Financials
MSB Mesoblast Healthcare
MTS Metcash Consumer Staples
NAB National Australia Bank Financials
NAN Nanosonics Healthcare
NCM Newcrest Materials
NEA Nearmap Information Technology
NEC Nine Entertainment Consumer Discretionary
NHF Nib Financials
NIC Nickel Mines Materials
NSR National Storage Real Estate
NST Northern Star Resources Materials
NUF Nufarm Materials
NWH NRW Holdings Industrials
NWL Netwealth Group Financials
NWS News Corp Class B Consumer Discretionary
NXL Nuix Information Technology
NXT NextDC Information Technology
OBL Omni Bridgeway Financials
ORA Orora Materials
ORE Orocobre Materials
ORG Origin Energy Energy
ORI Orica Materials
OSH Oil Search Energy
OZL Oz Minerals Materials
PBH Pointsbet Holdings Consumer Discretionary
PDL Pendal Group Financials
PLS Pilbara Minerals Materials
PME Pro Medicus Healthcare
PMV Premier Investments Consumer Discretionary
PNV Polynovo Healthcare
PPT Perpetual Financials
PRU Perseus Mining Materials
PTM Platinum Asset Management Financials
QAN Qantas Industrials
QBE QBE Insurance Financials
QUB Qube Holdings Industrials
RBL Redbubble Consumer Discretionary
REA REA Group Communication Services
REH Reece Group Industrials
RHC Ramsay Health Care Healthcare
RIO Rio Tinto Materials
RMD ResMed Healthcare
RMS Ramelius Resources Materials
RRL Regis Resources Materials
RWC Reliance Worldwide Corporation Industrials
S32 South32 Materials
SAR Saracen Mineral Materials
SBM St Barbara Materials
SCG Scentre Group Real Estate
SCP Shopping Centres Australasia Property Group Real Estate
SDF Steadfast Group Financials
SEK Seek Communication Services
SGM Sims Metal Materials
SGP Stockland Real Estate
SGR Star Entertainment Group Consumer Discretionary
SHL Sonic Healthcare Healthcare
SKC SkyCity Entertainment Group Consumer Discretionary
SKI Spark Infrastructure Utilities
SLR Silver Lake Resource Materials
SOL Washington H Soul Pattinson Energy
SPK Spark New Zealand Communication Services
STO Santos Energy
SUL Super Retail Group Consumer Discretionary
SUN Suncorp Financials
SVW Seven Group Holdings Industrials
SYD Sydney Airport Holdings Industrials
TAH Tabcorp Consumer Discretionary
TCL Transurban Industrials
TLS Telstra Communication Services
TNE TechnologyOne Information Technology
TPG TPG Telecom Communication Services
TWE Treasury Wine Estates Consumer Staples
URW Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield Real Estate
UWL Uniti Group Telecommunication Services
VCX Vicinity Centres Real Estate
VEA Viva Energy Energy
VUK Virgin Money UK plc Financials
WBC Westpac Financials
WEB Webjet Consumer Discretionary
WES Wesfarmers Consumer Discretionary
WGX Westgold Resources Materials
WHC Whitehaven Coal Energy
WOR Worley Energy
WOW Woolworths Consumer Staples
WPL Woodside Petroleum Energy
WPR Waypoint REIT[15] Real Estate
WTC Wisetech Global Information Technology
XRO Xero Information Technology

FAQs about the ASX 200 Index

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions that relate to the ASX 200 Index.

It’s important to understand several of these concepts before investing your money in any fund that is managed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

How long has the ASX 200 been around?

The ASX 200 was established in April of 2000 and has been operated and maintained by ‘Standard & Poor’s’ for the last 21 years.

In January of 2020, the ASX 200 index crossed over the 7,000 point threshold for the very first time in its history.

In October of 2021, the ASX 200 was priced at just over 7,200 points and continues to show signs of growth.

How often does the portfolio composition change in the ASX 200?

Investors should expect the portfolio composition in the ASX 200 to change at the conclusion of every quarter.

It is not uncommon for a handful of companies to be replaced or rebalanced during these transitions.

What’s the average annual return for the ASX 200 over the last ten years?

The average annual return for the ASX 200 is just over 9% for the last decade.

Investors have been able to use this index for reliable long-term growth potential.

Final Thoughts

If you are looking for an index that grants you exposure to Australia’s top 200 companies in terms of market capitalization, then it’s probably in your best interest to consider investing in the ASX 200 index.

The ASX 200 is currently trading at around 7,200 points in October of 2021 and could be on a trajectory to reach 8,000 points within the next couple of years if economic conditions remain positive.

Trade safe!

Disclaimer: The information above is for educational purposes only and should not be treated as investment advice. The strategy presented would not be suitable for investors who are not familiar with exchange traded options. Any readers interested in this strategy should do their own research and seek advice from a licensed financial adviser.


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