Rogers International Commodity Index (RICI®) Composition Adjustments

Rogers International Commodity Index (RICI®) Composition Adjustments

PR Newswire

SINGAPORE, Nov. 20, 2018

SINGAPORE, Nov. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Following the annual meeting of the Rogers International Commodity Index (RICI®) Committee, Jim Rogers and Beeland Interests, Inc. announce the following adjustments to the weights of components comprising the RICI. 

Milk Class III will be increased from 0.10% to 0.20% Index Weight. Lumber will be decreased from 1.0% to 0.90% Index Weight. The RICI Agriculture sub-index's Index Weights will be adjusted proportionally.

Each of these adjustments shall be effective with the January 2019 index roll period, which begins at the end of January 2019.

The RICI represents the value of a compendium (or "basket") of globally traded commodities employed in the global economy (38 commodity futures contracts), ranging from agricultural and energy products to metals and minerals. The RICI and its various sub-indexes are used by many investment banks and investors throughout the world.

A copy of the current RICI Handbook may be downloaded free of charge at the following Internet link:  http://www.beelandinterests.com/RICI%20Handbook.html

Jim Rogers, an advocate of commodities-based investing, created the RICI in 1997 and 1998 and is the CEO of Beeland Interests, Inc., the owner of the Index. The RICI Committee, currently chaired by Jim Rogers, determines the Index components and weights. Jim Rogers also is the author of Investment Biker, Adventure Capitalist, Hot Commodities, A Bull In China, A Gift to My Children and Street Smarts – Adventures on the Road and in the Markets.

"Jim Rogers", "James Beeland Rogers, Jr.", and "Rogers" are trademarks and service marks of, and "Rogers International Commodity Index" and "RICI" are registered trademarks and service marks of, Beeland Interests, Inc., which are used subject to license.  The personal names and likeness of Jim Rogers/James Beeland Rogers, Jr. are owned and licensed by James Beeland Rogers, Jr.

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