U.S. Infrastructure: An Emerging Opportunity
The NYSE FactSet® U.S. Infrastructure Index (Ticker: NYFSINF) is an equity benchmark designed to track the performance of companies involved in the U.S. infrastructure value chain, from asset owners and operators to their upstream enablers. Within the asset owner and operator category, the index covers three asset types: energy transportation and storage, railroad transportation, and utilities. Within the enabler category, the index covers three upstream verticals: construction and engineering services, machineries, and materials.
This holistic approach to defining infrastructure not only retains the attractive attributes of traditional equity infrastructure investing – stable cash flows, high barriers to entry and acting as an inflation hedge – but also improves potential capital appreciation by including the more direct beneficiaries of U.S. infrastructure investment.
The index is modified equal-weighted and is reconstituted annually after the close of the third Friday in March each year. Index constituent weights are rebalanced quarterly after the close of the third Friday in March, June, September, and December each year.
NYSE FactSet® Index Solution
The NYSE FactSet® U.S. Infrastructure Index is calculated and maintained by ICE Data Indices based on a methodology developed by FactSet®. The methodology leverages FactSet RBICS (Revere Business Industry Classification System) industry classifications to determine Infrastructure Enablers and Infrastructure Asset Owners and Operators.
For more information on the NYSE FactSet® U.S. Infrastructure Index, please contact the Index team.
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