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PFTS index

PFTS index (daily close)

PFTS index is a benchmark bourse. Beside PFTS Index, there also ate the UX Index of the Ukrainian Exchange and the Ukrainian Average Index 50 (UAI-50) being composed by analysts of internet-publisher

PFTS Index was effectively created on October 1, 1997 as a value-weighted index to track the percentage change of the basket of stocks from base period – i.e., from October, 1997. As of today it remains the only index of Ukrainian stocks to be recognized and closely tracked by the international financial community.

Many companies included in PFTS Index specialize in raw materials extraction and processing, therefore heavily exposing the Index to the fluctuations of world commodities' prices. The Index is also disproportionately weighted towards industry sector of the economy. As of July 28, 2009, the total weight of industry firms in PFTS Index was 52.75%, with the rest (47.22%) accounted for by the services sector, thereby leaving agricultural sector unrepresented in the index.[1] [a]

PFTS Index Basket[2]
N Ticker Company Name Industry Date of Entrance to
PFTS Listing
Free Float, %
1 ALMK Alchevsk Metallurgical Combine (ISD) Basic Materials March, 2005 3,87
2 AVDK Avdiivka Coke Plant (Metinvest) Basic Materials September, 1997 4,00
3 AZST Azovstal Iron and Steel Works (Metinvest) Basic Materials September, 1997 4,10
4 BAVL Raiffeisen Bank Aval (Raiffeisen) Financials December, 2004 3,82
5 CEEN Tsentrenergo Utilities October, 1997 21,71
6 DNEN Dniproenergo Utilities September, 1997 2,45
7 DOEN Donbasenergo Utilities September, 1997 14,23
8 ENMZ Yenakievo Metallurgical Plant (Metinvest) Basic Materials September, 2005 9,37
9 KVBZ Krukivka Carriage Works (Kremenchuk city) Industrials November, 2006 4,71
10 MSICH Motor Sich Industrials September, 1997 20,00
11 MZVM Mariupol Heavy Machinebuilding Plant Industrials April, 2005 15,72
12 NITR Lower-Dnieper Tube Rolling Plant (INTERPIPE) Basic Materials September, 2007 2,36
13 PGOK Poltava Ore Mining and Processing Plant Basic Materials November, 2003 2,57
14 STIR Stirol Basic Materials September, 1997 9,61
15 SVGZ Stakhanov Auto-Production Facility Industrials unknown 8,00
16 UNAF Ukrnafta Oil & Gas September, 1997 8,00
17 USCB Ukrsotsbank Financials September, 1997 4,48
18 UTLM Ukrtelecom Telecom November, 2002 7,14
19 YASK Yasynivka Cokery Plant Basic Materials unknown 8,99
20 ZAEN Zakhidenergo Utilities September, 1997 5,00


Major events:[3][4]

  • 2003

In November, 2003, the PFTS Board adopted the amendments to the Rules of Calculation of PFTS Index whereby only the prices of securities in a free-float would be taken into account upon index calculation, excluding stock holdings which are in state ownership. These changes, which, in essence, substantially increased the influence of securities issued by privatized companies' on the index value, took effect in January of next year.

  • 2004

During Orange revolution, the calculation of PFTS Index was suspended for 10 days – the longest pause in its history – due to sharp fall in liquidity induced by political instability.

  • 2005

In July a special Committee was created to oversee the calculation of all PFTS Indices[c] in order to ensure their maximum conformity with market conditions. Same month the calculation methodology was enhanced further. Effective since August, the newly introduced changes expanded the list of stocks that are excluded from index calculation. In addition to state-owned stock (excluded in 2003), all the securities held by the issuer of that stock or in possession of strategic investors or company's management and/or employees are not taken into account upon index calculation.

  • 2006

The trading of Zaporizhstal shares is suspended in April due to high price volatility generated by the uncertainty over the positions of its minor and major shareholders. The company stock was subsequently removed from the index basket. Next month the basket was broadened to include the shares of Raiffeisen Bank Aval and Luhanskteplovoz (the former company, however, was later excluded). It expanded further during the rest of the year, incorporating the shares of Poltava Ore Mining and Processing Plant, Sumy Frunze Machine Building Plant and that of Ukrsotsbank. By November the basket consisted of 14 securities.

  • 2007

Azovstal Iron and Steel Works, Ilyich Iron and Steel Works and Mariupol Heavy Machinebuilding Plant join PFTS index basket, bringing the total number of tracked securities to 17. Three months later, on June 13, the index tops 1,000-point milestone. In August the basket of stocks grew to 18, with the addition of Motor Sich.

  • 2008

The stocks of two more companies – Avdiivka Cokery Plant and Enakievo Metallurgical Plant – are included in the index calculation in February, bringing the total number of tracked securities to 20. In October more changes to the index basket take place as the shares of Donbasenergo and Luhanskteplovoz are replaced with that of Alchevsk Metallurgical Plant and Krukivsky Carriage Works.

  • 2009

A new trading system called PFTS NEXT is launched in April. Same month PFTS index posts 49.5% growth, the biggest monthly rise ever recorded. Index climbs 80.87% in second quarter of 2009, the best rally among 93 stock benchmark measures tracked by Bloomberg.[5] In July the number of client accounts tops 700 as more private investors enter the market. Two months later the first Repo transaction on government securities takes place on PFTS NEXT. In nine months to the end of September PFTS Index climbs more than 70%, which placed it 2nd among world markets in terms of growth rate.

  • 2010

Members of index committee decide that the shares of Sumy Frunze Machine Building Plant do not meet the criteria for index shares and decide to replace them with more liquid stock of Stahanov Car Production Facility.[6]

Market statistics


a. ^ When calculatring the shares, the following sector breakdown was assumed: 1. Industry sector – Basic Materials, Industrials and Oil & Gas; 2. Services sector – Financials, Utilities and Telecom.

b. ^ The dates provided show when the company became listed on the broader stock exchange and not when it became part of the narrower PFTS Index basket.

c. ^ By that time included Ukrainian corporate bonds market indices, created in October, 2004 in cooperation with Cbonds, a fixed income market news agency.

d. ^ These are the closing milestones of PFTS Index in 100-point increments, along with the all-time highs.

See also


  1. ^ "PFTS Index Basket. Date – 28.07.09". PFTS Stock Exchange. Retrieved July 30, 2009. 
  2. ^ "PFTS Index Parameters (Period of Validity: Oct 15, 2010 – Jan 14, 2011". PFTS Stock Exchange. Retrieved January 25, 2011. 
  3. ^ "History". PFTS Stock Exchange. Retrieved August 18, 2009. 
  4. ^ "History" (in Ukrainian). PFTS Stock Exchange. Retrieved August 20, 2009. 
  5. ^
  6. ^ "PFTS Alters Index Basket" (in Russian). Retrieved January 25, 2011. 
  7. ^ a b "PFTS Index Trading Results". PFTS Stock Exchange. Retrieved August 21, 2009. 

External links

  • PFTS Stock Exchange
  • Cbonds.Info
  • Bloomberg page for PFTS:IND
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