A Capped index is an equity index that has a limit on the weight of any single security. Thus, a capped index sets a maximum percentage on the relative weighting of a component that is determined by its market capitalization.
S&P 500 Capped 35/20 Indices are comprised of S&P 500 constituents in specific sectors and use capping to ensure diversification among companies within the index.
For this data source, RIMES hosts approximately 12 indices (all S&P 500 Capped 35/20). Some of the retrievable data items include:
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