Next 150


    The Next 150 is a benchmark index of Euronext listing the 150 large, liquid stocks traded across its five European exchanges in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris, that are ranked below the Euronext 100.

    All listed companies are classified according to their industry sector.

    Criteria for inclusion

    Companies are selected based on their market capitalisation and that are not selected to be listed on the Euronext 100. Stocks listed on the Next 150 index must have a rolling trade of at least 20% of their free float over any one-year analysis period.

    Companies that have an IPO at least two months before the index’s quarterly review can be included if their shares have traded at least 20% of the free float since becoming a public company.

    The index is reviewed every six months, in March and September, on the basis of each company’s liquidity and size, and adjusted accordingly. As the Euronext 100 is also reviewed twice yearly and adjusted, some companies will drop out of the Euronext 100, others will move up into it and some will drop out of the Next 150 altogether.