FTSE Group (“FTSE”), the award-winning global index provider, today announced that it is increasing online access to FTSE’s Monthly Index Reviews as part of the development of a range of index data services and portfolio analytics designed to empower investors to make faster, better informed decisions through the provision of comprehensive analytical insight into global markets and the indices offered by FTSE.
The Monthly Index Reviews are designed specifically to provide institutional investors with timely, comprehensive and reliable month-end data on FTSE’s flagship All-World Index Series, which tracks over 2,800 large and mid-cap stocks from developed and emerging markets, representing over 95% of the world’s total equity market capitalisation. These Index Reviews are now available online for professional investors free of charge for two users per organisation, with additional users entitled to reduced subscription charges.
The reviews offer investors a broad research solution; the FTSE All-World Index Series Monthly Review covers 48 countries, provides aggregate data for up to 33 regional indices and performance and weighting data across 10 industries and 41 sectors, as defined by the Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB). The reviews have been designed to assist users in understanding index composition and performance, as well as monitoring structural changes in the indices by providing in-depth index analysis across a variety of areas including:
- Historical Index Data
- Index Performance Data
- Regional & Country Stock Level Data
- Constituent Performance Analysis
- Industry & Sector Performance and Weights
- Constituent Reports & Fundamentals
- Dividend Data
Reza Ghassemieh, Managing Director and Head of Research and Analytics at FTSE commented that: “Market feedback indicated that there was significant interest in accessing index data in a pre-analysed and searchable format. FTSE has a tradition of leadership regarding transparency around our index products, and by increasing the ease with which market participants can obtain data on index composition, performance and weighting, we hope that we can offer greater insight into both global equity markets and FTSE indices for our clients and non-clients alike.”