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S&P Currency Indices

Published in Alternative Indices

The S&P Currency Indices measure the performance of a given named currency versus the U.S. dollar. Each index represents the performance of a rolling investment in three-month, non-deliverable, forward currency contracts. The indices are rebalanced every three months on the valuation date of the previous three-month contract. Each index has an excess return version, reflecting changes in forwards prices, and a total return version which adds a risk-free rate to the excess return index.

  • S&P Chinese Renminbi Index – The index is designed to replicate the performance of the Chinese Renminbi versus the U.S. dollar
  • S&P Indian Rupee Index – The index is designed to replicate the performance of the Indian rupee versus the U.S. dollar

Key Features and Coverage on RIMES

For this data source, RIMES hosts the following indices:


Some of the data items available include:

  • Gross Index in Chinese Yuan
  • Gross Index in Indian Rupees
  • Index Family
  • Index Type
  • Last Price Date
  • Price Index in Chinese Yuan
  • Price Index in Indian Rupees
  • Database Source
  • Database Symbol
  • Database Domain Code


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