The WNA Nuclear Energy Index (Ticker:WNAI)is designed to serve as a fair, impartial and transparent measure of the performance of the Global Nuclear Energy Industry. It embodies certain characteristics that distinguish it from other indexes attempting to cover the same industry. Key defining factors include:
Global. The WNA Nuclear Energy IndexSM embraces companies from around the world. As a result, the index reflects the different factors driving the ongoing development of the industry, including important growth opportunities in key middle income markets.
Inclusive. The WNA Nuclear Energy IndexSM strives to include all companies over a certain size that are significant participants in the global nuclear energy industry. The WNA Nuclear Energy IndexSM is a composite index and mainly includes companies engaged in five main industry sectors:reactor designs, construction, fuels, service providers and power generation.
Material Impact. The WNA Nuclear Energy IndexSM includes companies whose engagement in the nuclear energy industry may have a material impact on their overall performance. Companies in certain index sectors must pass minimum hurdles based on revenues derived from their nuclear energy activities.
Rules Based. The WNA Nuclear Energy IndexSM depends on a clearly defined rules-based methodology, which is overseen by an impartial Index Committee. Little discretion is exercised in compiling the Index and a pre-defined screening protocol assures a consistent, transparent and arms-length compilation process.
Data Rich. The WNA Nuclear Energy IndexSM is supported by extensive data, including the wide dissemination of real time prices, extensive historic data and important information about constituent stocks.
Index values are disseminated via the Consolidated Tape Association (Tape B) using the following ticker:WNAI