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How does S&P DJI’s annual study tour help advisers stay ahead of the indexing curve? Quantum Financial’s Claire and Tim Mackay join S&P DJI’s Stuart Magrath to discuss the future of indexing in Australia and key takeaways from the latest study tour.
How are strategies in the U.S. informing advisery practices around the globe? Brett Taggart of Bell Partner’s joins S&P DJI’s Stuart Magrath and Shaun Wurzbach to discuss key takeways from the latest S&P DJI FA study tour.
The S&P/ASX index series has helped to define the Australian domestic market for over 10 years. Explore major historic events, leaders, and accomplishments in Australia with the country’s principal benchmark - The S&P/ASX 200.
Equity
Fixed Interest
Strategy
Volatility

Equity

The S&P/ASX equity index series provides a gauge of Australian stock market performance. Discover the S&P/ASX 200, a recognized institutional investable benchmark in Australia covering 80% of Australian equity market cap.

Fixed Interest

Dive into the S&P/ASX Australian Fixed Interest Index Series, a broad benchmark index family designed to measure the performance of the Australian bond market. The S&P/ASX Australian Fixed Interest Index, the flagship index of the series, measures the performance of the Australian fixed-rate bond market.

Strategy

Check out S&P/ASX strategy indices, which include dividend strategy indices, risk control indices and multi-asset strategy indices.

Volatility

Building on the reputation of VIX® as a widely regarded measure of volatility in the U.S. equity market, the S&P/ASX 200 VIX is designed to measure the expected 30-day volatility in the Australian equity market.

The SPIVA® Australia Scorecard weighs in on the passive versus active debate by providing performance comparisons of active funds and their associated benchmarks. Find out how the funds stack up.
Make connections between sought-after market exposures and licensed products linked to S&P/ASX Indices tracking various market segments.
In Australia, dividends are still the dominant form of corporate payout. Reflecting both dividends and buybacks, shareholder yield has proven itself an effective and comprehensive measurement of corporate payouts. Learn more.
Australian equities skew toward two sectors, presenting a possible opportunity to reduce risk by taking a more global approach and expanding the investment set.
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