Our index offering comprises a broad range of indices that provide investors with attractive, fully transparent investment solutions. Worldwide, clients use our indices as underlyings for financial products such as ETFs, funds, structured products and derivatives. EURO STOXX 50 and DAX are two of the most widely used equity indices in the world.
Our Equity indices include well-known Benchmark (e.g. STOXX Europe 600) and Blue-chip indices (EURO STOXX 50, DAX). We also offer a wide range of Global, Regional, Size, Sector and Strategy indices.More information >
Our sustainable indices incorporate ESG (environmental, social, and governance) criteria via exclusion strategies as well as enhancement strategies. Our Climate indices are designed to facilitate the shift towards a low-carbon economy.More information >
Our Factor indices are offered for the entire range of smart beta strategies and bring together the powerful indexing and analytical capabilities of Qontigo to target well-defined sources of equity risk premia.More information >
Our Thematic indices focus on companies from various industries honing in on a range of structural concepts with long-term economic impact.More information >
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Our range of Asset class indices includes fixed income, multi-asset class and currency indices.More information >
Our Customized indices include the entire range of iSTOXX and idDAX indices as well as co-branded indices. Customized indices are specifically developed according to client requirements and are available exclusively for the respective client.More information >
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Multi-factor investing with iShares ETFs and STOXX Indices by Qontigo
In the current environment of rising inflation, interest rates, and geopolitical uncertainty iShares relaunched two ETFs in its factor suite (LRGF and INTF), using a multifactor strategy from index provider Qontigo.
Linde to be removed from Germany’s DAX benchmark, STOXX indices on Feb. 27
The largest constituent of Germany’s equity benchmark has announced it plans to delist its shares from the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. A replacement in DAX and STOXX indices will be announced on Feb. 17.
Information regarding deletion of Linde from the DAX
Qontigo’s global index provider STOXX Ltd. announces that Linde plc will be deleted from the DAX index effective 27 February 2023. The reason for this is the company’s announcement related to the delisting of its ordinary shares from the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Using patent data to capture the greatest innovators in the Metaverse
In this paper, we explore the rationale and methodology behind the construction of the index. We start by explaining the concept of megatrends and how they can be captured through thematic indexing, using a multifaceted approach. We look as well at the index performance before concluding with an outlook on the opportunities for the Metaverse in the years to come.
Qontigo’s Axel Lomholt: STOXX World indices bring flexible portfolio building blocks to growing client base
Qontigo has introduced the STOXX® World indices, a modular suite that allows investors to flexibly build portfolios covering a broad and liquid universe of markets.
Stocks fall in December, wrapping worst year since 2008
The STOXX Global 1800 index fell 3.9% in dollars last month, for a loss of 17.9% in 2022. Momentum stocks led the retreat in the year while automobiles were the worst-performing sector. Dividend stocks performed relatively well despite a background of rising interest rates.
Monthly Index News: December 2022
Stocks declined in December, wrapping the STOXX® Global 1800 index’s worst year since 2008, as investor concerns lingered about the impact of inflation and higher interest rates on economic and earnings growth.
Unscheduled change in SDAX
In connection with a takeover, the free float of Uniper SE has dropped below ten percent and the company will be deleted from the SDAX. According to the „Guide to the DAX Equity Indices“, section 5.1.2, the company no longer meets the basic criteria required to remain in the index (minimum free float of ten percent).