S&P Dow Jones Equity-based Index offerings mostly target a particular market, country or region. A further categorization is available by number of stocks included, large-medium-small cap, sector (blue chip, banking, aerospace) or concept (e.g. Sharia, Thematic). Other local indexes offered by S&P Global cover different sectors of the market and different market capitalization, including:
- S&P 500 ex-Sector Indices – Provides exposure to the companies of the S&P 500 except those in the specific sector excluded. Market-cap weights each component security according to the same rules as the S&P 500 and uses S&P GICS to classify companies within a sector. Redistributes the portion represented by the excluded sector.
- S&P BSE (Bombay SE) Indices – These indices are a free-float market-weighted stock market index of 30 well-established and financially sound companies listed on Bombay Stock Exchange. The 30 component companies, which are some of the largest and most actively traded stocks, are representative of various industrial sectors of the Indian economy.
- S&P China 500 Index – Designed to measure the performance of the top 500 companies in China. The index includes companies regardless of their place of listing, thereby reflecting a more complete China story than other segmented China equity indices.
- S&P China A-Share Indices – Provides the most comprehensive equity market benchmark for local and international investors in China. The index includes all A-share stocks listed on the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges.
- S&P Nedbank Indices – Accommodates six different commodity classes – Diversified Metals and Mining, Gold Mining, Platinum Group Metals, Base Metals, Energy and Other Mining and Minerals – and differentiates between Major and Junior producers.
- S&P US Indices – A family of equity indices designed to measure the market performance of U.S. stocks trading on U.S. exchanges. The family is composed of a wide range of indices based on size, sector, and style. The indices are weighted by float-adjusted market capitalization.
- S&P/ASX 300 Ex 20 – Measures the performance of the underlying index, excluding constituents that are also members of the S&P/ASX 20.
- S&P/ASX 20 Indices – Designed to measure actively traded and highly liquid securities that are among the 20 largest securities listed on the ASX.
- S&P/ASX Australian Indices – Measures the performance of ASX-listed companies across various sizes, industries, themes, and strategies. Each index is designed to represent a certain segment of the Australian equities market.
- S&P/ASX Franking Credit Adjusted Total Return Indices – These indices adjust the total return of the S&P/ASX 200, one of the most widely followed Australian equity benchmarks, for the tax effect of franking credits based on the tax rate applicable to Australian superannuation fund.
- S&P/BMV (Mexico) Indices – The index is designed to provide a broad, representative, yet easily replicable index covering the Mexican equities market. The constituents are weighted by modified market cap subject to diversification requirements.
- S&P/BYMA (Argentina) Equity Indices – A float-market-capitalization-weighted index that is designed to measure the performance of all stocks listed on the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange that are classified as domestic stocks and have traded for at least 20% of the trading days in the previous 12 months.
- S&P/CLX Equity Indices – The S&P/CLX IGPA (Índice General de Precios y Acciones) is designed to serve as a broad benchmark for the Chile equities market. The index seeks to measure the performance of Chile-domiciled stocks listed on the Santiago Exchange.
- S&P/NZX Equity Indices – The index is designed to measure the performance of the 50 largest, eligible stocks listed on the Main Board (NZSX) of the NZX by float-adjusted market capitalization.
- S&P/TSX Composite Indices – The headline index for the Canadian equity market is the basis for multiple sub-indices including but not limited to equity indices, Income Trust Indices, Capped Indices, GICS Indices and market cap based indices.
Key Features and Coverage on RIMES
For these data sources, RIMES hosts retrievable data items such as:
- Company Items – Adjusted Price, Adjustment Factor, Adjustment Flag, AFACT, Bloomberg Ticker, Cap Range Flag, Classification, Closing Market Capitalization, Country Code, Currency Code, Dividend Per Share, Effective Date,Exchange Rate, Franked Dividend Factor, Free Float Factor, GICS Code, Gross Adjustment Factor, Growth Factor, Industry Code, Investable Factor, Last Price Date, Market Value, Net Adjustment Factor, Net Investible Weight, Net Return, Price Factor, PBV per Share, PCF Ratio, PEShare Ratio, PS Ratio, Shares Outstanding, Spin Off Adjustment Factor, Total Return, Unadjusted Price, Value Factor, etc.
- Index Items – Adjusted Divisor Factor, Adjusted Market Capitalization, Branding, Country, Dividend Per Share Gross, Dividend Points, Divisor Factor, Gross Adjustment Factor, Gross Index, Index Family, Index Type, Last Price Date, Legacy Branding, Market Capitalization, Net Dividend Factor, Net Dividend Points, Net Index, Next Day Market Capitalization, Next Day Market Value in US Dollars, Next Day Number of Constituents, Number of Constituents, Open Number of Constituents, Price Index, Sector Description, Weight Type, etc.
Our Managed Data Services
- Working with 500+ data and 1500 data sets
- Superior data quality and accuracy
- 75,000 index, price & reference data feeds delivered daily
- Fully managed, validated and system-ready feeds
- Data delivered via API or file format for operational or analytical users
- Increase business agility and scalability
- Faster time to quality & market
- Global expert 24/7 support
Looking for specific data?
Get in touch. We can source specific data, just for you.