The S&P U.S. BMI is a country sub-index of the S&P Global BMI, which includes all U.S. domiciled companies. The Global BMI captures the full universe of institutionally investable stocks in developed and emerging markets with float-adjusted market capitalizations of at least USD 100 million and annual value traded of at least USD 50 million.
0.77 0.3% ▲
The S&P Global BMI (Broad Market Index), which comprises the S&P Developed BMI and S&P Emerging BMI, is a comprehensive, rules-based index measuring ...
11.08 0.35% ▲
The index is designed to measure the stock performance of 150 leading companies from around the world.
1.3 0.99% ▲
The S&P Japan LargeMidCap is a subindex of the S&P Japan BMI and is designed to track the top 85% of float-adjusted market cap in Japan.
-0.11 -0.03% ▼
The S&P Emerging + China A LargeMidCap seeks to measure large- and mid-cap stocks from the S&P Emerging BMI, including China A-shares. Large-, mid-, ...
1.76 0.36% ▲
A member of the S&P Global BMI series, the S&P Developed BMI is a comprehensive benchmark including stocks from 25 developed markets.