The S-Network Space Index tracks a portfolio of companies that derive substantial revenue from space-related activities. The companies span multiple economic sectors and are engaged in activities including telecommunications, television and radio broadcasting, rocket and satellite manufacturing and operation, ground equipment manufacturing, and space-based imagery and intelligence services. The index is designed to serve as an equity benchmark for globally traded stocks that are materially engaged in the space business.
The S-Network Space Index comprises two main business segments:
Satellite Operators - Companies whose principal business involves services provided by satellites that are owned, operated or utilised by the companies.
Hardware - Companies whose business involves the sale of space-related hardware, including: Satellite Prime Manufacturers; Launch Vehicle Prime Manufacturers; Spacecraft Components and Ground Equipment.
The S-Network Space Index contains stocks selected from a universe of equity securities traded on recognised stock exchanges in any geographic region, based on a set of objective screening criteria. The selection criteria include requirements for industry participation and minimum average daily trading volume.
Each stock’s relative weighting in The S-Network Space Index will be based on its market capitalisation within a tranche, adjusted for free float and modified by the space revenue percentage subject to certain restrictions, limitations and modifications.
For full details of the methodology, please consult the supplement.
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