Overview

The Dow Jones Global Equity Commodity Indices are a series of equity indexes designed to measure the stock performance of companies engaged in the exploration or production of scarce and renewable commodities. Anchored by the Dow Jones Global Equity Commodity 100 Index, the family includes three subindices: Agriculture, Energy, and Resource Scarcity, the latter of which is comprised of companies that produce or seek out commodities with a finite supply (e.g. oil, natural gas, metals, water and the like).

Dow Jones Global Equity Commodity 100 Index

Measures the stock performance of a diverse range of large companies in the following commodity sectors: agriculture, energy, metals, precious metals and water.

Dow Jones Global Equity Agriculture Index

Measures the stock performance of large companies engaged in the production of agriculture-related commodities. Target component count: 30

Dow Jones Global Equity Energy Index

Measures the stock performance of large companies engaged in the production of energy-related commodities. Target component count: 30

Dow Jones Global Equity Resource Scarcity Index

Measures the stock performance of large companies engaged in the production of scarce commodities such as metals, precious metals and water. Target component count: 40

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