The S&P ADR Index is constructed from the non-U.S. components of the S&P Global 1200. These include the S&P Europe 350, S&P/TOPIX 150 (Japan), S&P/TSX 60 (Canada), S&P/ASX All Australian 50, S&P Asia 50, and S&P Latin America 40. All Level II and Level III ADRs or ordinary share listings in the U.S. issued by the constituents of these indices are included.
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The S&P Global 1200 provides efficient exposure to the global equity market.
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The S&P Global 100 Index measures the performance of multi-national, blue chip companies of major importance in the global equity markets.
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The S&P Europe 350 consists of 350 leading blue-chip companies drawn from 16 developed European markets.
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The S&P Europe 350 (CAD Hedged) consists of 350 leading blue-chip companies drawn from 16 developed European markets and hedges Canadian dollar risk, ...
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The S&P International 700 measures the non-U.S. component of the global equity market through an index that is designed to be highly liquid and ...