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Small Stocks 75 Index (75:SME)
Five equally weighted sectors, comprised of 75 underlyings
The 75:SME is the cash index that /SM75 tracks, similar to what the SPX cash index is to /ES. The Small Stocks 75 Index comprises of 5 equally weighted sectors containing 15 stocks. It is important to remember that the /SM75 is not perfectly correlated with any other major stock index. It is possible for the /SM75 to move in the opposite direction of any or all of the major indexes.
Please visit the Small Exchange 75:SME Index page by clicking here to view current components and weights and other additional information about the index.
Small Dollar Index (FX:SME)
Seven GDP-weighted currencies wrapped in one index
The FX-SME is the cash index that /SFX tracks. The Small Dollar Index comprises of 7 major currencies: Euro, Chinese Renminbi, Japanese Yen, British Pound, Canadian Dollar, Australian Dollar, and Mexican Peso.
Please visit the Small Exchange FX:SME Index page by clicking here to view current components and weights and other additional information about the index.
Small Precious Metals Index (PRE:SME)
Three precious metals price-weighted in one index
The PRE:SME is the cash index that /SPRE tracks. The Small Precious Metals Index comprises of a price-weighted combination of gold, silver, and platinum.
Please visit the Small Exchange PRE:SME Index page by clicking here to view current components and weights and other additional information about the index.