A capitalization-weighted index may also be called a cap-weighted index or market value-weighted index. Common examples of cap-weighted indexes embody the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index. Aggregate Index, U.S. Corporate High Yield Index, Investment Grade 144A Index, Eurodollar Index, U.S. Emerging Markets Index, and the non-ERISA eligible portion of the CMBS Index.
Consumer prices are prices paid by customers on the retail level for finished goods and companies. Short-term debt issued by corporations to raise money and to cover current expenses in anticipation of future revenues. A form of securitized debt, typically backed by swimming pools of corporate loans and their funds. Entity liable for oversight of a nation’s monetary system, together with insurance policies and rates of interest. Consists of Treasury inflation-protected securities issued by the U.S.