The CAC 40 surged 186 points or 3.7% to 5198 on Friday, the highest close since March 5th amid a general optimism about the global economic recovery as central banks and governments pledge to keep supporting the economies. The ECB expanded its bond-buying program by a higher-than-expected €600 billion and the German government pledged stimulus package worth €130 billion. Also, the US jobs report beat forecasts as the American economy unexpectedly added 2.5 million jobs in May, raising hopes the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is in the past. For the week, the CAC 40 surged 10.7%.

Historically, the France CAC 40 Stock Market Index reached an all time high of 6944.77 in September of 2000. France CAC 40 Stock Market Index - data, forecasts, historical chart - was last updated on June of 2020.

The France CAC 40 Stock Market Index is expected to trade at 5076.58 points by the end of this quarter, according to Trading Economics global macro models and analysts expectations. Looking forward, we estimate it to trade at 4750.12 in 12 months time.

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France CAC 40 Stock Market Index

Indexes Price Day Year
CAC 40 5190 188.18 3.76% -1.67%
Components Price Day Year
LVMH 404.25 14.20 3.64% 15.38%
Total 38.34 2.22 6.15% -18.85%
LOreal 269.70 3.20 1.20% 11.40%
Sanofi 89.16 0.31 0.35% 18.85%
Airbus 80.98 9.00 12.50% -31.35%
BNP Paribas 39.12 3.10 8.59% -4.61%
Kering 536.10 28.70 5.66% 13.83%
AXA 20.04 0.88 4.60% -9.61%
Vinci 90.32 1.88 2.13% 1.32%
Safran 101.95 3.35 3.40% -15.01%
Air Liquide 126.75 1.40 1.12% 10.99%
Danone 63.50 0.84 1.34% -11.29%
Schneider Electric 98.38 4.04 4.28% 36.75%
HERMES INTERNATIONAL 786.20 12.20 1.58% 29.48%
Credit Agricole 9.10 0.54 6.34% -11.17%
Pernod Ricard 146.70 -0.35 -0.24% -6.80%
Orange 11.54 0.22 1.94% -15.34%
Societe Generale 16.85 1.58 10.36% -24.47%
ENGIE 11.69 0.33 2.90% -10.01%
Vivendi 22.69 0.21 0.93% -5.89%
Essilor 125.30 4.55 3.77% 18.54%
Renault 25.93 2.32 9.83% -50.70%
Peugeot 15.43 1.23 8.66% -25.10%
Cie de Saint-Gobain 32.64 1.34 4.28% -1.42%
Michelin 101.80 4.76 4.91% -2.12%
Dassault Systemes 153.40 1.15 0.76% 16.34%
Legrand 66.64 3.22 5.08% 10.37%
Unibail Rodamco 70.72 7.02 11.02% -47.61%
Stmicroelectronics 25.06 0.76 3.13% 81.53%
Bouygues 30.68 1.03 3.47% -1.60%
Sodexo 71.70 5.40 8.14% -31.12%
Carrefour 14.87 0.34 2.31% -9.99%
Cap Gemini 97.76 4.56 4.89% 0.70%
Accor 28.62 1.42 5.22% -15.12%
TechnipFMC PLC 8.50 0.93 12.32% -55.96%
Publicis Groupe 31.95 1.44 4.72% -34.80%
ArcelorMittal 10.45 0.41 4.12% -21.20%
Atos 70.86 0.98 1.40% 2.99%
Veolia 21.98 0.59 2.76% 4.47%
Valeo 24.57 1.35 5.81% 1.03%
WorldLine SA 70.18 -1.64 -2.28% 23.34%



France CAC 40 Stock Market Index
The CAC 40 Index is a benchmark French stock market index. It tracks the performance of 40 companies selected among the top 100 market capitalization and the most active listed equities traded on the NYSE Euronext Paris. The CAC 40 Index is free floating, modified capitalization-weighted index. The Index has a base value of 100 as of December 31, 1987..