(the) All-Ordinaries Index

(the) All-Ordinaries Index
the All-Ordinaries Index UK US
a list of numbers that represent the price of shares on the Australian stock exchange , based on the average price of the most successful shares. In Australia, this is often simply called the All-Ords .
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