Answered By: Ash Faulkner
Last Updated: May 04, 2023     Views: 6

The resources we have to access this information are limited. Our NetAdvantage database includes a constituents list for the S&P 500 index (go to the 'S&P 500 Index' tab and then go to the 'Constituents' page). There is also information on some indices' constituents in the Bloomberg database (located in Mason Hall). This includes indexes beyond the S&P, which is all we have in NetAdvantage. You'll want to navigate to the Index profile via the ticker for the index and then in the resulting 'main menu' you'll choose the MEMB function to see a list of constituents. There is also usually access to some historical constituents (you can view members by a certain date, or go to DES to see if there were previous tickers for the index).

Please contact the Business & Economics Librarian if you would like further assistance.

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