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Global equity indices

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Track equity markets at any level of granularity

Our global equity indices cover over 10,000 stocks from 51 markets, broken down into different countries, regions, and sectors.

Why choose our global equity indices?

Our global equity indices allow you to analyze and compare developed, emerging, and select frontier markets at varying levels of granularity.

Highly correlated to popular global benchmarks, the indices are backed by simpler, more affordable commercials. Sector indices are based on Thomson Reuters Business Classification (TRBC), the industry's most comprehensive, up-to-date, and detailed classification scheme.

The indices are also highly representative, covering over 99.5% of each market’s investable market capitalization, making them ideal for benchmarking and analysis, or as the base for custom index strategies and overlays.

Announcement

The Q1 (2018) rebalance of the Global Equity Index Series was implemented on April 2, 2018. All rebalance results have been published after market close in the standard Index Constituent and Weight files available via data feed or over a Refinitiv terminal.

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Features & benefits

What you get with global equity indices

Broad market coverage

Representative of each market, ideal starting point for customization. Includes large-, mid-, small-, and certain micro-caps.

Simple fees-based structure

Structure based on index usage, no additional fees for public index display.

Transparent, rules-based methodology

Applied through all countries, regions, and sectors. Has the ability to perform fair comparisons between equity markets.

Free-float market weighting methodology

Correlated performance to well-known indices.

Real-time and end-of-day indices

Ability to launch listed investment or trading products tracking real time indices.

Sector indices

Available at 4 levels of granularity per country or region. Track and benchmark niche industries and global sectoral movements.