The S&P/IFCI is a liquid and investable subset of the S&P Emerging BMI, with the addition of South Korea. While the S&P Global BMI and S&P Frontier BMI are designed as comprehensive benchmark indices, the S&P/IFCI indices are designed to be sufficiently investable to support index tracking portfolios. The S&P/IFCI has a long and established history going back to 1988.
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The S&P EM 100 seeks to measure the performance of 100 of the largest companies from emerging markets plus Korea.
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The S&P Emerging ex-China SmallCap seeks to track the stocks representing the lowest 15% of float-adjusted market cap in each emerging country, ...
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The S&P Emerging ex-China LargeMidCap seeks to track the stocks representing the top 85% of float-adjusted market cap in each emerging country, ...
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The S&P Emerging ex-China BMI seeks to track large-, mid-, and small-cap emerging market companies, excluding China.
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The S&P Emerging BMI captures all companies domiciled in the emerging markets within the S&P Global BMI with a float-adjusted market capitalization of...