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A stock market index measures the respective value of a group of company shares, indicating their stocks’ performance. These are generally categorised by global, national, or sector-specific and compare like-for-like companies.
A price index, such as CPI or RPI, typically stands for weighted averages of prices for certain categories of goods and services and illustrate the fluctuation of prices in a particular area and during a defined period of time.