Bringing you live news and features since 2006 

S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices licensed for MacroMarkets exchange-listed products


Standard & Poor’s has licensed MacroMarkets to create and launch exchange-listed products based upon the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indice

Standard & Poor’s has licensed MacroMarkets to create and launch exchange-listed products based upon the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, with the first of several products linked to the US housing market, based on the S&P/Case-Shiller Composite 10 Home Price Index, expected to begin trading on NYSE Arca this autumn.

The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, launched in 2006, aim to track the price path of typical single-family homes using the repeat sales technique developed by Karl Case and Robert Shiller.

The index family currently consists of 20 US regional indices and two composite indices as aggregates of the regions. The S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index represents home prices from all nine us census divisions, including more than 100 of the largest metropolitan areas and nearly 500 counties.

The S&P/Case-Shiller Composite 10 Home Price Index is a weighted composite index of home prices in ten major metropolitan areas, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York (commuter index), San Diego, San Francisco and Washington DC.

Standard & Poor’s Index Services maintains a wide range of investible and benchmark indices including the S&P 500, an index with USD1.5trn invested and USD4.85trn in benchmarked investments, and the S&P Global 1200, a composite index comprised of seven regional and country headline indices.

Latest News

US ETF issuers of active ETFs are facing an increase in fees from the big custodian firms, such as Charles..
ETF data consultant ETFGI reports that assets invested in the global ETF industry reached a new record of USD12.71 trillion..
Calastone has published an ETF white paper which examines several of the processes that take place across the lifecycle of..
Adapting product lines to fit into changing methodologies and meet shifting demand is essential to remaining relevant in the industry..

Related Articles

Taylor Krystkowiak, Themes ETFs
Themes ETFs opened its doors in December 2023, with an introductory suite of 11 ETFs – seven thematic and four...
Konrad Sippel, Solactive
At the end of March, financial index specialist, Solactive, published its 2024 annual report on future trends.  ...
Lorraine Sereyjol-Garros, BNP Paribas
Following changes to the French Monetary and Financial Code and of the French market authority AMF’s General Regulation, it is...
Ed Rosenberg, Texas Capital
Texas Capital Bank first opened its doors back in December 1998 and nowadays offers wealth-management services, as well as commercial,...
Subscribe to the ETF Express newsletter

Subscribe for access to our weekly newsletter, newsletter archive, updates on the site and exclusive email content.

Marketing by