The Brazil 100 Index (IBrX 100) is compiled as a weighted average of a theoretical portfolio of stocks pursuant to criteria set forth in this methodology.
The indices compiled by B3 adopt concepts and practices set forth in the Concepts and Practices Manual for B3 Indices.
The IBrX 100 is designed to measure average stock performance tracking changes in the prices of the 100 most actively traded and best representative stocks of the Brazilian stock market.
The IBrX 100 is a total return index (see the Concepts and Practices Manual for B3 Indices).
The IBrX 100 is composed exclusively of shares and units representing shares of B3-listed issuers that meet the inclusion criteria set forth below.
The index universe excludes Brazilian Depositary Receipts (BDRs) and shares of issuers under judicial or extrajudicial reorganization, government- or court-ordered administration or intervention, as well as shares otherwise designated to be under exceptional trading status (see the Concepts and Practices Manual for B3 Indices).
||Shares and units representing shares
||Being amongst the eligible stocks that rank in top 100 positions in descending order by individual tradability ratio (IN); Traded in 95% of the trading sessions; 0,1% of the value traded on the cash equity market (round lots); and do not be a penny stock.
||market value of free float.
|Type of Return
||Quartely (jan, may, sep)