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Dow Jones Internet Indices

The Dow Jones Internet Index uses a 40-stock benchmark to measure the performance of U.S. Internet stocks. It includes only companies that generate a minimum of 50 percent of their revenue from the Internet. This Internet Index has been separated into two sub-indexes: the Dow Jones Internet Commerce Index and the Dow Jones Internet Services Index. These 40 stocks represent 80 percent of the market capitalization of Internet stocks. The composite index is a blue-chip measure of Internet-related companies. Only those companies that generate the majority of their revenues from the Internet are eligible for inclusion, and stocks are selected to the index based on their rankings by size and liquidity.

Key Features and Coverage on RIMES

For this data source, RIMES hosts 3 indices and approximately 55 companies.

Index coverage includes: Dow Jones Internet Commerce Index, Dow Jones Internet Composite Index and Dow Jones Internet Services Index

Some of the data items available for this source include:

  • Index Items: Country Code, Description, Gross Index In Local Currency, Gross Index In USD, Market Capitalization In Local Currency, Market Capitalization In Usd, Price Index In Local Currency, Price Index In USD, Symbol, etc.
  • Company Items: Country Code, Country Weight, Currency Code, Cusip, Date, Description, Dividend, Dow Jones Indentifier, Dow Jones Internal Code, Exchange Rate, Gross Adjustment, Industry Code/Description, Investable Factor, Investable Market Value (in LOC, USD), Investable Weight, ISIN, Market Factor (For Overall Index), Market Value (in LOC, USD), Market Weight, Net Adjustment, Price Currency, Sector Code/Description, Sector Factor (For Sector Indexes), Sedol, Shares Investable, Shares Outstanding, Stock Exchange, Subsector Code/Description, Supersector Code/Description, Symbol, Ticker, Unadjusted Price (in LOC, USD), etc.

S&P Dow Jones Indices


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