Index series A-Z
The FTSE All-World Index Series is the Large/Mid Cap aggregate of 2,800 stocks from the FTSE Global Equity Index Series. It covers 90-95% of the investable market capitalisation.
The series is divided into Developed and Emerging segments, giving investors the opportunity to develop their own investable universe. The modular nature of the series provides maximum breadth of options for structuring portfolios with indices calculated at regional, national and sector level.
FTSE P Chip Reclassification FAQ
In March 2013, FTSE reclassified P Chips from Hong Kong to China in the FTSE Global Equity Index Series and all derived indicies. Please download the FAQ document for more information
Please download the P Chip reclassification analysis for more information.
In response to feedback from market practitioners, and after ratification by the FTSE Policy Group at their meeting on 24 September 2013, FTSE confirms the following changes to the FTSE Global Equity Index Series Ground Rules:
The FTSE Global Equity Index Series (including the FTSE All-World Index Series) will move to a semi-annual review process (March and September) commencing from 2014. This will allow FTSE to achieve a better balance between targeting accuracy of index representation and on-going turnover. As previously announced, the next annual review encompassing all regions will be in March 2014, this will then be followed by a semi-annual review encompassing all regions in September 2014 and henceforth each March and September.
FTSE is also pleased to announce that it will extend the implementation notice period for FTSE GEIS to give clients an extra 5 business days notice to prepare for the trades involved following each review. Further details are available fin the FAQ document which includes updated review schedules for 2014:
FTSE Analytics All-World Monthly Review
The FTSE All-World Index Series Monthly Review contains comprehensive analysis of all the segments within the index series, and can be downloaded section by section or in full.