The S&P U.S Spin-Off index measures the performance of U.S. companies that have been spun-off from a parent company within the last four years. The index is based on the S&P U.S. BMI. Spin-offs that are added to the U.S. BMI and have a float-adjusted market capitalization of at least $1 billion are added to the S&P U.S. Spin-Off Index and remain in the index for up to four years. The index is float-adjusted market capitalization weighted subject to a cap of 7.5% on the weight of any single stock.
For this data source, RIMES hosts the S&P U.S. IPO and Spin-off Index and approximately 120 companies.
Some of the available data items include:
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