بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم اخوانى الكرام السلام عليكم يبدو لى ان الضوابط الشرعية لتداول الاسهم الامريكية قد تغيرت كم هو موضح فى الملف الرفق وهو موجود فى موقع Dow Jones وباختصار ، التغييرات تتعلق باحتساب الديون debts والكاش cash & equivalent من القيمة الاجمالية لقيمة الاسهم بدلا من قيمة الاصول كما كانت سابقا ارجو من الاخوان التأكد من هذا الشىء والسلام عليكم DJIM Indexes Changes Screening Selection and Expands Market Coverage Dow Jones Indexes has announced two broad changes affecting the Dow Jones Islamic Market Indexes. Both sets of changes have been approved by the Shariah Board of the Dow Jones Islamic Market Index. First, the Dow Jones Islamic Market Index has revised two financial screens that are used in selecting companies' stocks for the index. Both changes address paying and collecting interest, which are forbidden practices under Islamic law. The new screen for maximum corporate debt restricts borrowings to 33% of a company's market capitalization (price times outstanding shares); the previous rule capped debt at 33% of assets. The new screen for receiving interest limits "cash plus interest bearing securities" to less than one-third of market capitalization. Previously, companies with non-operating interest income equal to 5% or more of annual revenue were excluded from the Dow Jones Islamic Market Index. The index's Islamic Shariah Board has approved both new rules. Second, The Dow Jones Islamic Market Index has increased its market capitalization to 95% in developed countries. The result is a larger index universe, which makes it possible to calculate true mid-cap and small-cap indexes that may be attractive as the basis for Islamic funds. Rushdi Siddiqui, Director of the Islamic Group Business Development, said: "The improvement in the financial screens was requested by the Shariah Supervisory Board to provide a more precise value of a company, and the leverage and cash screens now provide a superior market view of a company's value." Mike Petronella, Managing Director of Dow Jones Indexes said: "The Dow Jones Islamic Market Index has become a well accepted benchmark in Islamic *********. As we see demand in faith-based ********* grow we will expand the Islamic Market Index Family to include indexes that cover emerging markets, style, size and additional sector indexes." The Dow Jones Islamic Market Index contains 1,862 Shariah compliant stocks from 34 countries with a total market capitalization of almost $ 11 trillion. At present, the Dow Jones Islamic Market index family comprises nine indexes. In addition to the world Islamic index there are country and regional indexes representing the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, EU, Asia/Pacific, Japan as well as a blue-chip index and a global technology index.