The stock market is one of the defining and extremely influential drivers of many economies, and proves instrumental in gauging the economic health of the global and the subsequent country and especially with respect to financial and cooperate sector. Here there is need to monitor the performance of equity markets, since they area subject to volatility, a concept, that in the past has lend to acrimonious financial problems.
Thus to manage assets and risks its important to establish performance management and monitoring strategies, that are instrumental in providing asymptotic information to investors, share holders and market player. This study seeks to concisely tackle, some of the performance monitoring policies used by S&P in monitoring, the performance of the US Equity market. Under this ideation calculation will prove critical in understanding the concept of risk management.
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[...] In this concept in order to understand the financial risk management strategies and reflect on the S&P indices we illustrate and subsequently look at the P 500 index. The Standard & Poor's 500 stock index 500) is a compilation of 500 large-capitalization United States stocks trading on the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ, the two largest U.S. stock exchanges. The S&P 500 compiles and monitors changes in the prices of these stocks and is often considered a representative measure of United States' stock market activity as a whole. Thus the S&P 500 has been mostly regarded as the best single gauge of the larger U.S. [...]
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[...] equities market capitalization, since the index was first published in 1957. The index has over US$ 3.5 trillion bench-marked, with index assets standing at approximately US$ 915 billion of this total. The index includes 500 leading companies in leading industries of the U.S. economy, capturing 75% coverage of U.S. equities. By Obtain pricing data for each index for the period January 1st to January 1st 2010, the pricing data for the period January 1st to 2010 index is represented here below. [...]
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