Dow Jones Indexes

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S&P Dow Jones Indices
Founded July 2012
Headquarters New York
Key People Alex Matturri, CEO, Lou Eccleston, chairman
Products financial index publisher
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]

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