Dow Jones Indexes

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S&P Dow Jones Indices
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Founded July 2012
Headquarters New York
Key People Alex Matturri, CEO, Lou Eccleston, chairman
Products financial index publisher
Website http://www.djindexes.com
Releases Company News

Dow Jones Indexes (DJI) was the marketing name for CME Group Index Services LLC, a joint venture company which was owned 90 percent by CME Group Inc. and 10 percent by Dow Jones & Company, Inc., a News Corporation company.[1]

In 2012, DJI was combined into a joint venture with McGraw Hill, parent company of S&P Indices, to create S&P Dow Jones Indices.

The deal followed CME's purchase of News Corp.'s Dow Jones stock index business in 2010. CME owned a 90 percent stake in that joint-venture with News Corp. Also, as part of the S&P Dow Jones Index agreement, CME sold its stake in Credit Market Analysis (CMA) to McGraw-Hill, a provider of data on the OTC credit markets.[2]

Also See

S&P Dow Jones Indices

References

  1. CME, Dow Jones agree on joint venture. Medill Reports.
  2. CME-McGraw-Hill Launch S&P-Dow Jones. Zachs.