The Nasdaq 100 index is made up of 100 of the largest non-financial companies listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market. It was created in January 1985. The Nasdaq 100 is updated every December, to coincide with the Friday on which the quarterly "Four Witches Day" expires (the clearing day for the month and quarter).

Companies making their debut on the Nasdaq 100 :

  • CDW Corporation (Nasdaq: CDW): this company specializes in the supply of IT hardware and services. It offers a wide range of products, from software and hardware to cloud computing and cybersecurity services.
  • Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (Nasdaq: CCEP): CCEP is one of the largest independent Coca-Cola bottlers in the world. The company produces, distributes and sells a wide range of non-alcoholic and ready-to-drink beverages under various brands, including Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Powerade and Dasani in Europe, as well as in certain Asia-Pacific countries (Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand). CCEP is listed in Amsterdam and New York.
  • DoorDash (Nasdaq: DASH): the San Francisco-based technology company is an on-demand food delivery platform that enables users to order meals from their favorite local restaurants and have them delivered directly to their door.
  • MongoDB (Nasdaq: MDB): the software company develops and delivers an open source database platform that uses a flexible document structure and horizontal scaling architecture. It is designed to help developers build large-scale applications.
  • Roper Technologies (Nasdaq: ROP): Roper is a diversified group operating in flow control systems, industrial application software and network software.
  • Splunk (Nasdaq: SPLK): the software company offers solutions dedicated to the collection and analysis of large volumes of machine data generated by websites, applications, servers and mobile devices. Splunk's products are used by organizations to improve service, reduce costs, mitigate risk and gain real-time operational insights.

Companies exiting the Nasdaq 100: