In 2008 Standard & Poor’s renamed the sector indices acquired from Goldman Sachs in 2007 to the S&P North American Sector Indices. The S&P North American Sector indices are a family of indices designed as equity benchmarks for U.S. traded securities in seven broadly defined economic sectors. The seven sectors are Consumer, Cyclical, Financial Services, Health Care, Natural Resources, Technology and Utilities. Each index is modified-capitalization weighted, where a stock’s weight is capped at a level determined on a sector basis.
For this data source, RIMES hosts approximately 1700 companies and 13 indices.
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