Bloomberg Announces Changes to Bloomberg Barclays Fixed Income Indices
NEW YORK, Jan. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Bloomberg today announced changes to its widely-used Bloomberg Barclays fixed income indices, including a number of rule and methodology changes that will take effect in 2020. These changes emerged from Bloomberg’s ongoing global index review and governance process, including client feedback from the company’s Index Advisory Council meetings in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Global Aggregate Index
Effective September 1, 2020, local currency treasury debt from Romania, Colombia, and Peru will be eligible for the Global Aggregate and Global Treasury Indices. In total, an estimated 39 bonds totaling $124.9bn amount outstanding and $138.5bn in market value will comprise 0.2% of the Global Aggregate Index and 0.5% of the Global Treasury Index.
Other Index Changes
For more information, Bloomberg Terminal users can go to INP .
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