BNY Mellon Depositary Receipt Indices
 

ADR Index »


BNY Mellon ADR Index is the only index that tracks all American depositary receipts (ADRs) traded on The New York Stock Exchange, NYSE Amex and NASDAQ. The index is an ideal benchmarking tool that allows investors to track the performance of their ADR investments as well as the ADR market at large.

Classic ADR Index »


Focused on US Investors, BNY Mellon Classic ADR Index is the only index that tracks all American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) either traded OTC or on a major U.S. exchange. The index is an ideal benchmarking tool that gives U.S. investors broad exposure to the international marketplace.

GDR Index »


For global depositary receipt (GDR) investors, BNY Mellon GDR Index is an ideal benchmarking tool as it is the only index that tracks all GDRs traded on The London Stock Exchange. BNY Mellon GDR Index is calculated on a continuous basis throughout the trading day - beginning with the open of the U.K. market through its close.

DR Index »


BNY Mellon DR Index is an ideal benchmarking tool for international investors around the world. It tracks all American and global depositary receipts (DRs) traded on The London Stock Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, NYSE Amex and NASDAQ.

Composite Depositary Receipt Index »


The BNY Mellon Composite Depositary Receipt Index is the most comprehensive depositary receipt (DR) index on the market. As the only index to track all American and global DRs traded on the London Stock Exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, NYSE Amex, NASDAQ and over the counter (OTC), it is an ideal tool for benchmarking the entire traded DR universe.

For more information on BNY Mellon Depositary Receipt indices, please contact:
  • Cheryl Workman at 212 815 2732
  • Huong (Holly) Lai at 212 815 3967
  • Robert Verhelle at 212 815 2161
For index sales and licensing, please contact:
  • Julio J. Lugo at 212 815 2122

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