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Definition: S&P Global 1200 Index



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Full Definition of S&P Global 1200 Index


The S&P Global 1200 Index is a worldwide equity index representing 29 countries grouped in seven regional markets.

The S&P Global 1200 Index was launched in 1997. The S&P Global 1200 Index represents about 70% of the world equity market. The S&P Global 1200 Index is weighted by market capitalization. The S&P Global 1200 Index is made of the following seven re-known indices: S&P 500 Index for the United States, S&P Europe 350 Index for Europe, S&P/TOPIX 150 Index for Japan, S&P/TSX 60 Index for Canada, S&P/ASX All Australian 50 Index for Australia, S&P Asia 50 for Asia, S&P Latin America 40 for Latin America. The S&P Global 1200 Index is calculated in real-time in US dollars using real-time currency conversion for indices not traded in dollars. The S&P Global 1200 Index is reconstituted on an as-needed basis by Index Committees which includes representatives of all exchanges representing the underlying indices of the S&P Global 1200 Index.


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Definitions for S&P Global 1200 Index are sourced/syndicated and enhanced from:

  • A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Quick Reference)
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Accounting
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Business & Management

This glossary post was last updated: 5th February, 2020