ASX 50 List

Top 50 List Companies

ASX 50 (XFL or INDEXASX:XFL.) was first launched 03/04/2000 and start trading on trading on 23 August 2000. There are 50 constituents.

The following table shows you the top 50 listed companies in Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). These ASX companies are ranked by market capitalisation. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) and Listed Investment Companies (LICs) are excluded from the list.

Please note the list was created based on the company market capitalization at the time of writing and is subject to change without further notice.

Click on the company to get the company details. You can sort the table by clicking the headers.

CBA is the biggest  listed company in  ASX 50 with market capitalisation more than 153 billions. As you see from the list, It is not hard to tell banks dominate the list with big four banks on the top 10 and then followed by big miners like BHP and FMG. Only two companies, Afterpay and Xero, not paying dividend, all other companies on the list pay dividend. Dividend yields range from 0.30% to 12.15%.

What are the products linked to ASX 50?

The only product linked to ASX 50 is SPDR® S&P/ASX 50 ETF. This is a ETF product with trading code SFY. This product traded in Australia.

What is ASX 50 return?

Since the index started, ASX 50 has annual of 3.48% p.a. excluding dividends or 7.79% including dividends up to December 2020. Average dividend yield of these 50 stocks is 2.76% and average PE is 36.5.

Sectors Breakdown

A graph is better than thousands of words. The pie chart below illustrates how ASX 50 is made of.