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What is the difference between the metrics available in Market Indices versus the Valuation module?

Answer

The Market Indices present climate metrics for each of the Scientific Infra & Private Assets' indices (e.g., infra300®, EW LCU).

Our Valuation Tools module presents benchmarks, which are emission averages at the market segment level. The segments are defined by TICCS® pillars (such as Geography, Business Risk, Industrial Activity, Corporate Structure), and Equity Styles. This data is available for climate impacts and risks including baseline and scenario-based information.  

Things to consider:

Whilst market segments are a combination of a sector and region (e.g., transport in the US), indices can be more general and represent other specific parts of the market that can be as informative. For instance, the infra300® equity index represents the quarterly performance of 300 representative unlisted infrastructure companies, while the infraAsiaPac equity index represents the performance of 30 of the largest unlisted infrastructure companies in Asia Pacific countries.

Related topics

1. Climate Impact and Risk Metrics

2. TICCS®

Infrastructure Market Indices & Benchmarks

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