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Standard & Poor’s launches S&P Euro 75 Index

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Standard & Poor’s has launched an index designed to provide market exposure to 75 of the Eurozone’s leading liquid blue chip companies.



The S&P Euro 75 responds to investor demand for a replicable index that provides broad market exposure and whose constituents can serve as the basis for structured products and listed investment vehicles.

The S&P Euro 75 constituents are drawn from a universe comprised of stocks included in the S&P Eurozone BMI. Each stock in the S&P Eurozone BMI is screened for size, liquidity and tradability to determine its eligibility for the S&P Euro 75.

The index is calculated in real-time.

“The S&P Euro 75 is designed to serve as the premier benchmark for Eurozone liquidity, reaffirming S&P Indices’ continued commitment to responsive index solutions for European issuers and investors,” says Gareth Parker, director at S&P Indices. “With its broad, yet liquid constituent basis, the S&P Euro 75 can easily serve as the underlying index for investment products such as ETFs and futures.”

Germany and France carry the largest index country weights, representing 33.2 per cent and 32.4 per cent respectively, followed by Spain, which accounts for 13.7 per cent of the index. 

Currently, due to the liquidity rules, the S&P Euro 75 includes no constituents from Greece or Portugal. 

The top ranked index stock weight is Spain’s Telefonica at 6.54 per cent, followed by Total at 5.63 per cent and Siemens at 3.84 per cent.

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