Africa – Series
Below you can find an overview on our overall Pan-Africa index and its constituents. It currently covers the top 12 countries according to our yearly African Country Evaluation Report.
The methodology behind this report is based on the pioneering groundwork performed in the context of the African Financial Markets Initiative for the African Development Bank. Because of this well-founded approach we can confidently select bonds only from those countries with sufficiently developed financial markets as well as sound macroeconomic conditions that deem fit to create and maintain viable bond indices.
XINT Pan-Africa LC T-Bond 1+ USD MV Index
The XINT Pan-Africa LC T-Bond 1+ USD MV Index is a rule-based, market-value-weighted total return index that measures the performance of African local currency sovereign denominated debt for the countries which have the most developed local currency denominated sovereign debt markets in Africa based on the annual African country. Currently, the XINT Pan-Africa LC T-Bond 1+ USD MV Index is comprised of twelve sub-indices. These are the local currency sovereign debt indices for the same maturity band (1+ years) for the following countries: Botswana, Egypt, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zambia
XINT Northern Africa LC T-Bond 1+ USD MV Index
XINT Western Africa LC T-Bond 1+ USD MV Index
XINT Eastern Africa LC T-Bond 1+ USD MV Index
XINT Southern Africa LC T-Bond 1+ USD MV Index