SPDUDFUP S&P Developed Markets Ex-U.S. Dividend and Free Cash Flow Yield Index

The Index seeks to measure the performance of stocks in developed markets, excluding the U.S. and Korea, that exhibit both high dividend yield and cash flow yield characteristics, while maintaining diversified sector and country representation. To be eligible for the Index, a company must have a positive trailing 12-month dividend yield, a positive trailing 12-month free cash flow yield, and a minimum float- adjusted market capitalization of US $1 billion. The product of the dividend yield score and free cash flow yield score is a stock’s Final Score. The Index ranks stocks in descending order based on the final score. Stocks ranked within the top four of each GICS sector (top six for current constituents) are automatically chosen for Index inclusion until the constituent count reaches five.

As of 11/27/2022

Index Information
Provider:     S&P Dow Jones
Category1:  Global Equity
Category2:  Developed markets ex-US
Category3:  Multi-cap
Currency:    USD
Inception date:  08/19/2018
Backtesting data exists:   Yes
Weighting methodology:   Equal weighted
Number of holdings:  55
Rebalanced:  Semi-annually
Reconstituted:  Semi-annually

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