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value index

[′val·yü ‚in‚deks]
(statistics)
An index member which is the ratio of the value of all items in a given period to the value of all items in the base period.
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Retail trade turnover volume and value indexes were down 7.
The Value Indexes are the product of more than two decades of experience and knowledge of the market and of in-depth analyses of technology suppliers' products.
ANKARA, Jul 9, 2010 (TUR) -- The overall export and import unit value indexes increased by 6.
He said: "The maternal value index has been designed to complement the existing beef value and calving value indexes, allowing producers to focus their breeding on the most important characteristics for their own specific herd needs.
General weakness in energy-related stocks and uninspiring performance from financial services stocks proved to be a drag on the value indexes," Jensen said.
In addition, BARRA offers the S&P 500/BARRA Growth and Value indexes, the S&P Midcap 400/BARRA Growth and Value indexes, and the S&P SmallCap 600/BARRA Growth and Value indexes.
The S&P/Citigroup "Style Index Series" is market-capitalization-weighted and divides the total market cap into growth and value indexes of approximately equal sizes.
With the introduction of the S&P 500/BARRA Growth and Value indexes, CME customers will be able to tailor their market strategies to specific investment goals and risk management needs," said Sandner.
Although growth and value indexes showed little difference in quarterly performance, they were led by different sectors.
The stocks in this index are also members of either the Russell 1000 Value or the Russell 2000 Value indexes.
The technology sector in the growth indexes definitely was the driving force behind the gap, especially when you consider its weighting in the growth indexes relative to the value indexes," said Hintz.