Global Index Definitions
The S&P Global 1200, the first real-time investable global index, offers investors efficient exposure to the world economy, capturing approximately 70% of the worlds capital markets.
The index includes 500 leading companies in leading industries of the U.S. economy, capturing 75% coverage of U.S. equities.
The S&P/TSX Composite is the headline index for the Canadian equity market.
The NASDAQ OMX Clean Edge Smart Grid Infrastructure Index is designed to act as a transparent and liquid benchmark for the smart grid and electric infrastructure sector. The Index includes companies that are primarily engaged and involved in electric grid; electric meters, devices, and networks; energy storage and management; and enabling software used by the smart grid and electric infrastructure sector.
The DB NASDAQ OMX Clean Tech Index is designed to track the performance of global clean technology companies. The Index includes securities of companies that are primarily engaged in the manufacturing, development, distribution, and/or installation of emerging clean technologies, as defined by DB Climate Change Advisors.
The NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index is a modified market capitalization weighted index designed to track the performance of companies that are primarily manufacturers, developers, distributors and/or installers of clean energy technologies, as defined by Clean Edge.
The NASDAQ OMX Green Economy Index is a market-capitalization weighted index designed to track the performance of companies across the spectrum of industries most closely associated with the economic model around sustainable development through every economic sector.
The Wilder NASDAQ OMX Global Energy Efficient Transport Index (HAUL) is designed to define and track innovative, energy efficient transportation; specifically, businesses that stand to benefit substantially from a societal transition towards cleaner and improved means of moving goods and people.