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Basic Info

The S&P GSCI serves as a benchmark for investment in the commodity markets and as a measure of commodity performance over time. It is a tradable index that is readily available to market participants of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. The index was originally developed in 1991, by Goldman Sachs. In 2007, ownership transferred to Standard & Poor's, who currently own and publish it. Futures of the S&P GSCI use a multiple of 250. The index contains a much higher exposure to energy than other commodity price indices such as the Dow Jones-UBS Commodity Index.
Core Index Name S&P GSCI
Return Type Price Return
Currency Code USD
Category Hedge Type Not Hedged

Total Return Performance

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Name
1M
3M
6M
1Y
3Y
5Y
10Y
15Y
9.81%
17.42%
23.08%
63.91%
1.19%
4.19%
-4.83%
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As of October 19, 2021. Returns for periods of 1 year and above are annualized.

Annual Performance

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Name
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
YTD
-33.06%
-32.86%
11.37%
5.77%
-13.82%
17.63%
-23.72%
46.70%
As of October 19, 2021.

Basic Info

The S&P GSCI serves as a benchmark for investment in the commodity markets and as a measure of commodity performance over time. It is a tradable index that is readily available to market participants of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. The index was originally developed in 1991, by Goldman Sachs. In 2007, ownership transferred to Standard & Poor's, who currently own and publish it. Futures of the S&P GSCI use a multiple of 250. The index contains a much higher exposure to energy than other commodity price indices such as the Dow Jones-UBS Commodity Index.
Core Index Name S&P GSCI
Return Type Price Return
Currency Code USD
Category Hedge Type Not Hedged

Index Varieties

Return Types
Excess Return S&P GSCI Excess Return
Total Return S&P GSCI Total Return