Tradeable Index Strategies
Tradeable Index Strategies: Fixed Income
The GBI Global index is J.P. Morgan's flagship index for fixed rate government debt. The index measures the total return from investing in 13 developed government bond markets - Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, UK, and US. The GBI Global is part of the GBI family of government debt indices. The EMU Government bond index measures the total return from investing in fixed rate debt issued by the EMU member governments.
The GBI indices are market capitalization weighted and bonds enter and leave the indices at the monthly rebalance. There are no size criteria for inclusion, but bonds must have a minimum remaining maturity of one year. Index returns are available hedged or unhedged in a variety of currencies. Daily index returns for the GBI Global hedged in USD are available back to March 31, 1993.
For more information on specific J.P. Morgan Tradeable Index Strategies, please review product descriptions below or contact your J.P. Morgan representative.
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