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S&P To Make the Move to Free Float

In a much anticipated move, Standard & Poor's has decided to move all of its indexes, including the S&P 500 to float-adjust market capitalization weights.

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Dow to Make Debut in Israel’s Growing ETF Market

The stalwart Dow Jones Industrial Avarage is finding its way into Israel in the form of a new ETF

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SEC Proposes Standardized Redemption Fees

Proposal to require funds to charge 2% redemption fee on shares sold within five days of purchase.

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Survey: Investors Fear Inflation

TIPS can provide inflation hedge.

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Dow Jones Indexes and FTSE to Merge Industry Classification Schemes

Index heavyweights ink deal to combine their industry sorting structures.

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S&P To Move Forward with AMEX Pilot for Closing Prices

After delaying the launch of the pilot program, S&P moves ahead with AMEX closing price pilot for Nasdaq stocks.

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SEC Considers Cracking Down on Index Fund Fees

Exorbitantly high index fund fees have long been an open secret in the mutual fund industry. Now an invigorated SEC wants to have a say.

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The World by Numbers: Global Stock Market Review, January 2004

Monthly figures and commentary for the S&P/Citigroup Global Equity indexes.

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Russell Shifts Timing of Annual Index Reconstitution

Russell will shift the final day of its index reconstitution process to the last Friday in June, instead of the last day in June.