WisdomTree Commodity Country Equity Index

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The WisdomTree Commodity Country Equity Index is a fundamentally weighted index that measures the performance of dividend-paying companies from “commodity countries” selected from the WisdomTree Global Dividend Index. The Index is comprised of dividend-paying companies ranked by market capitalization from each of the following commodity countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, New Zealand, Norway, Russia and South Africa. Each country has an allocation of approximately 12.5% within the Index and up to 20 qualifying companies may be included in each country allocation. Companies are weighted within each country allocation based on annual cash dividends paid. The Index was established with a base value of 200 on June 3, 2011 and is calculated in US dollars and updated to reflect market prices and exchange rates. Closing or last-sale prices are used when non-U.S. markets are closed.

Index Facts

  • As of 11/23/2015
Bloomberg Index Symbol WTCCE
Exchange Index Symbol CCE
Index Inception Date 06/06/2011
Base Index Value 200
Number of Components in Index 159
Current Index Value 132.17
Total Return Index Closing Value 156.68
Total Index Market Capitalization ($ Trillion) 2.49
Index MarketCap Breakdown
Large Cap (> $10 Billion) 67.08%
Mid Cap (≥ $2 Billion and ≤ $10 Billion) 25.38%
Small Cap (< $2 Billion) 7.55%

Index Statistics

  • As of 11/23/2015
Dividend Yield 5.92
Price/Earnings 16.35
Estimated Price/Earnings N/A
Price/Book 1.58
Price/Sales 1.18
Price/Cash Flow 8.53

Top Components

  • As of 11/23/2015
Components Weight
1. StatoilHydro ASA 5.72%
2. Ambev S.A. 3.88%
3. Gazprom OAO 3.09%
4. Telecom Corp of New Zealand Lt 2.81%
5. MMC Norilsk Nickel PJSC 2.67%
6. Lukoil PJSC 2.50%
7. MTN Group Ltd 2.29%
8. Commonwealth Bank of Australia 1.60%
9. Meridian Energy Ltd 1.59%
10. Rosneft Oil Co 1.56%
  • * Holdings are subject to change without notice.

Industry Group Breakdown

  • As of 11/23/2015
Industry Group Weight
1. Energy 21.84%
2. Banks 17.94%
3. Telecommunication Services 12.16%
4. Materials 11.92%
5. Utilities 7.43%
6. Food Beverage & Tobacco 5.98%
7. Insurance 4.20%
8. Transportation 3.42%
9. Food & Staples Retailing 2.53%
10. Diversified Financials 2.51%

Country Allocation

  • As of 11/23/2015
Country Weight
1. Russia 14.97%
2. New Zealand 14.55%
3. Norway 13.57%
4. Canada 12.10%
5. Australia 11.97%
6. South Africa 11.57%
7. Brazil 11.48%
8. Chile 9.79%

Important Information about Index Performance

Index performance does not represent actual fund or portfolio performance. A fund or portfolio may differ significantly from the securities included in the Index. Index performance assumes reinvestment of dividends, but does not reflect any management fees, transaction costs or other expenses that would be incurred by a portfolio or fund, or brokerage commissions on transactions in Fund shares. Such fees, expenses and commissions could reduce returns. WisdomTree Investments, its affiliates and their independent providers are not liable for any informational errors, incompleteness, or delays, or for any actions taken in reliance on information contained herein.

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  • Index Dividend Yield is a measure of the annual dividends of the shares of all Index components divided by the Index value.
  • Price/Book Ratio is a ratio used to compare a stock's market value to its book value.
  • Price/Earnings Ratio is a valuation ratio of a company's current share price compared to its per-share earnings.
  • Estimated Price/Earnings is a valuation ratio of a company's current share price compared to the consensus estimates for per-share earnings over the next 12 months.
  • Price/Cash Flow Ratio is a measure of the market's expectations of a firm's future financial health.
  • Price/Sales Ratio is a ratio for valuing a stock relative to its own past performance, other companies or the market itself.
  • Total Return Index Values assume reinvestment of dividends after the deduction of withholding taxes, which apply to non-U.S. dividends.
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