The Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX), the oldest stock exchange in the US, was taken over by the Nasdaq in 2007 and is now known as the Nasdaq OMX PHLX. The exchange still publishes indices that cover certain industry groups and currencies. The Semiconductor Index ($SOX) and the Gold & Silver Index ($XAU) are two of the most popular industry group indices. The Euro Index ($XEU) tracks Euro-Dollar and the Yen Index ($XJY) tracks Yen-Dollar.
Symbol Group: Philadelphia INDX Publisher: Nasdaq OMX PHLX Update Frequency: Intraday Online Source: www.nasdaqtrader.com Current Symbols: Catalog link
Click here for a current list and to see the starting dates for these symbols. The example above shows a sample list of symbols. Note that the starting dates are shown in the symbol catalog under the “first data point” column.
All index symbols use INDX for the exchange column (Exch) in the catalog results. Users can preface their search with INDX and then add other terms to further quantify the search. Searching for “INDX and Philadelphia” (without quotations) in the symbol catalog will show results for all indices with the word “Philadelphia”.