Jantzi Social Index November 2020 Total Returns
Toronto, ON — December 15, 2020 — Sustainalytics, a leading global provider of ESG and corporate governance research, ratings and analytics, today reported that the Jantzi Social Index® (JSI) increased in value by 11.29 percent during the month of November. During the same period, the S&P/TSX Composite Index increased by 10.57 percent and the S&P/TSX 60 Index increased by 10.43 percent. Since inception on January 1, 2000, through November 30, 2020, the JSI has achieved an annualized return of 6.13 percent, while the S&P/TSX Composite and the S&P/TSX 60 had annualized returns of 6.16 percent and 6.20 percent respectively, over the same period.
|Total Returns||November||3 mths||1 yr||3 yr||5 yr||10 yr||Inception|
*Cumulative since 01/01/2000
In November 2020, the sector that made the largest positive contribution to the performance of the JSI was the Financials sector with 489.74 basis points. The sector that made the largest negative contribution to the performance of the index was the Materials sector with -111.13 basis points.
In November 2020, Toronto-Dominion Bank was the largest positive contributor to the performance of the JSI with 187.93 basis points. Wheaton Precious Metals Corp. was the largest negative contributor to the performance of the index with -50.05 basis points.
|BASIS POINTS |
|Royal Bank of Canada||181.65|
|Wheaton Precious Metals Corp.||-50.05|
|Agnico Eagle Mines Limited||-49.96|
|Kinross Gold Corp||-17.27|
Launched in 2000, the JSI is a free-float market capitalization-weighted common stock index consisting of 50 Canadian companies that pass a set of broadly based ESG rating criteria. In creating the JSI, Jantzi Research, now Sustainalytics, set out to create an index which could be used by institutional investors in benchmarking the performance of socially-screened portfolios and by financial institutions in developing investment products such as index mutual funds, exchange traded funds, index portfolios, index futures and options. The JSI’s underlying universe is the TSX Composite Index.