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May 24, 2022

Bringing Transparency to Green Bonds

As the global green bond market continues to grow, how are indices helping investors assess greenium and the potential opportunity set? S&P DJI’s Brian Luke joins VanEck’s Bill Sokol and Phil Kirouac for a closer look at how indexing works for green bonds.  

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May 16, 2022

A Practical Look at Index Liquidity in Asia

What role does index liquidity play in helping market-participants in Asia participate in the U.S. equity ecosystem during Asia’s trading hours? Join S&P DJI and State Street Global Advisors for a practical look at using indices to assess the potential opportunity set. Learn more: Regional Relevancy of S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average Futures…

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Jan 7, 2021

How and Why Are Market Participants Accessing REITs in the Current Climate?

Can REITs help unlock potential income opportunities in today’s markets? S&P DJI’s Priscilla Luk and Samsung Asset Management’s Alex Yang take a closer look at practical applications for REITs in the current environment.

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Dec 6, 2020

Where Are Yield Seekers Uncovering Potential Income Opportunities?

While ongoing market uncertainty has dampened property transactions in Asia and bond yields continue to lag, expanded access to REITs could provide a potential income source for yield seekers in Asia. Samsung Asset Management’s Alex Yang joins S&P DJI’s Priscilla Luk for a closer look at how indexing works for REITs in Asia.

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Oct 15, 2020

How Target Outcome Indices Work

Indexing is democratizing access to defined outcomes, providing a simple, transparent, index-based blueprint for target outcome strategies that can be applied to both active and passive vehicles. Take a closer look at what makes these indices tick and the range of potential applications for these innovative tools.

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Sep 29, 2020

SPIVA® U.S. Mid-Year 2020 Scorecard: Convergence to Underperformance

According to the SPIVA U.S. Mid-Year 2020 Scorecard, most active fund managers in the U.S. underperformed the market over the past year. Among actively managed domestic equity funds, 67% lagged the S&P Composite 1500® during the 12 months ending June 30, 2020, and the majority of active managers underperformed their benchmarks in 11 out of…

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Sep 29, 2020

Introducing the S&P Risk-Managed Target Date Indices

S&P DJI recently launched the S&P Risk-Managed Target Date Indices. In this post, we will explore the characteristics of these indices in detail. Each index consists of two component indices: a baseline S&P Target Date Index based on an underlying glide path and an S&P 500® Managed Risk 2.0 Index. The S&P 500 Managed Risk…

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Aug 19, 2020

Factoring Inflation Into Retirement Planning

How might inflation impact retirement income? S&P DJI’s Hamish Preston, DFA’s Grady Smith, and DCIIA Retirement Research Center’s Warren Cormier discuss. Learn More: https://www.spglobal.com/spdji/en/documents/performance-reports/dashboard-sp-stride.pdf  

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Jul 31, 2020

A Dynamic, Diverse, Multi-Asset Approach to ESG

The S&P ESG Global Macro Index is designed to capture potential opportunities across market conditions through a rules-based, geographically diverse, dynamic mix of ESG equities and fixed income.

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Aug 28, 2019

What Mega Insurers’ Turn to Passive Could Mean for Other Large Institutions

Of the more than USD 3.4 trillion invested in ETFs in the U.S.,[1] retail investors comprise the majority of the market. While pensions and endowments have been slow to use ETFs in their investment portfolios, one segment of the institutional market—insurance—has been steadily increasing their usage of ETFs. Earlier this year, S&P DJI analyzed the…

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