New York, NY, March 15, 2016 — The S-Network ADR Dividend Index Committee today announced the following rule change:Effective immediately, the following language will be added to Section VI, “Roles of Parties in the Quarterly Rebalance”:
iii) If a constituent has an average daily trading value of less than 750,000 USD over the 20 days prior to the snapshot date, it will be removed from the index in the rebalancing, and the next highest ranking dividend yield security will be added.
ADRDX is a portfolio of stocks derived from the BNY MELLON COMPOSITE DEPOSITARY RECEIPT INDEX (ADR INDEX) Index.The ADRDX methodology selects the five stocks in each of the ten GICS sectors that make up the ADR INDEX which offer the highest dividend yields as of the last trading day of May. The fifty stocks that are selected for inclusion in the portfolio are equally weighted. The index is rules based and fully transparent. More information about the index is available at http://www.snetglobalindexes.com.
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