EMEA Fixed Income Indexes

FTSE Russell offers a range of indexes that measure the performance of European, Middle Eastern and African (EMEA) fixed income securities including government, government-sponsored, collateralized, and corporate debt. Broadly-focused indexes that span the entire EMEA region and measure both investment-grade and high-yield bonds are available, as are indexes more narrowly focused on specific countries and/or sectors.

FTSE Pan-European Broad Investment-Grade Bond Index (PEUBIG)

  • The FTSE Pan-European Broad Investment-Grade Bond Index (PEUBIG) tracks government, government-sponsored, collateralized, and corporate bonds, denominated in Euro (EUR), Swiss Franc (CHF) and UK Sterling (GBP).

FTSE UK Broad Investment-Grade Bond Index

  • The FTSE UK Broad Investment-Grade Bond Index (UKBIG) tracks government, government-sponsored, collateralized, and corporate bonds, denominated in UK Sterling (GBP), irrespective of market of issue. The index forms the sterling sub-index within the FTSE Pan-European Broad Investment-Grade Bond Index. The related FTSE UK Domestic Investment-Grade Bond Index (UKDIGBI) captures the same investment choice set as the UKBIG, but with a lower minimum amount outstanding threshold, for a deeper view of the domestic market.

FTSE Euro Broad Investment-Grade Bond Index (EuroBIG®)

  • The index is a multi-asset benchmark for investment-grade, Eurodenominated, fixed income bonds. It includes government, governmentsponsored, collateralized and corporate debt.

FTSE EMU Government Bond Index (EGBI)

  • The index measures the performance of fixed-rate, local currency, investment-grade sovereign bonds. It consists of the European Monetary Union (EMU) participating countries that meet specific criteria for market size, credit quality, and barriers-to-entry.

FTSE Pan-European High-Yield Bond Index

  • The index comprises cash-pay, zero-to-full (ZTF), pay-in-kind (PIK) and step coupon bonds and measures the performance of high-yield corporate debt denominated in Euro, Swiss Franc, and UK Sterling. To facilitate modular sub-asset class analysis and performance tracking, indexes by currency denomination are available and include the FTSE Euro High-Yield Bond Index and the FTSE Sterling High-Yield Bond Index. The index is part of the broader FTSE High-Yield Bond Index Series.

FTSE Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa Government Bond Index (CEEMEAGBI)

  • The index comprises government bonds from seven CEEMEA markets, denominated in local currencies and provides a broad benchmark to measure sovereign CEEMEA markets.

FTSE Middle East and North Africa Broad Bond Index (MENABBI)

  • The index measures the performance of both investment-grade and highyield US dollar denominated debt issued by governments, agencies, and corporations domiciled in the Middle East and North Africa.

FTSE Nigerian Government Bond Index

  • The FTSE Nigerian Government Bond Index measures the performance of fixed-rate, local-currency Nigerian government bonds.

FTSE Saudi Arabian Government Bond Index (SAGBI)

  • The FTSE Saudi Arabian Government Bond Index (SAGBI) measures the performance of fixed-rate, local-currency Saudi Arabian government bonds.

FTSE Actuaries UK Gilt Indexes

  • A broad-based, comprehensive family of indexes designed to measure the performance of eligible British Government securities, covering the conventional gilt and index-linked gilt markets.

FTSE MTS Indexes

  • A series of indexes that measure the performance of the largest and most widely-traded securities in the eurobond market. Data underlying the indexes is drawn from real-time tradable prices on MTS, the first and leading electronic marketplace for cash bond trading across Europe.

FTSE/JSE Indexes

  • FTSE Russell and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) have developed a long-standing partnership that combines FTSE Russell’s world-class multi-asset capabilities with the regional expertise of the JSE in Africa. A diverse range of FTSE/JSE equity and fixed income indexes designed to represent the perspective of both domestic and international investors are the result of this collaboration.