Qontigo’s equity indices include the iconic EURO STOXX 50 and DAX indices, two of the most widely used indices in the world. In addition to these indices, we offer a comprehensive range of equity indices that provide investors with attractive, fully transparent investment solutions. Worldwide, clients use our equity indices as underlyings for financial products such as ETFs, funds, structured products and derivatives.
Equity index categories
Our Benchmark indices are market capitalization weighted indices with a fixed number of constituents, e.g. STOXX Global 1800 and STOXX Europe 600.More Information >
The Blue-chip indices are fixed-number indices, whose components are the largest companies by free-float market capitalization of their geographic region, e.g. EURO STOXX 50 and DAX.More Information >
Global and regional indices
We offer a range of global, regional and country indices in different size segments. These include the Benchmark and Blue-chip families but also the STOXX Total Market Country Indices (TMI) and the STOXX World Equity Indices.More Information >
Size indices are derived from STOXX Benchmark and STOXX Global Total Market (TMI) indices. Companies are grouped by their total market capitalization in their specific regions.More Information >
Sector indices are derived from STOXX Benchmark and STOXX Global Total Market (TMI) indices according the ICB industry classification for various regions.More Information >
Our Strategy indices track sophisticated investment strategies and include the EURO STOXX 50 Volatility (VSTOXX) index as well as short, leveraged, hedged, decrement, risk-weighted, currency and other indices.More Information >
Our indices track the most important global and regional markets with a proven, objective methodology
Index calculation and changes to the index composition follow publicly available transparent rules
Qontigo’s indices are established as underlyings for derivatives, ETFs, index funds and structured products
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