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Index Weight by Listing Country as of Dec. 16, 2022

As of December, U.S.-listed companies comprised 82.61% of the weight of the overall index, with France in second place at 10.69%, Japan at 4.09%, the Netherlands at 2.55%, and Italy at 0.06%. Canada was no longer represented due to the removal of MDA, and Italy’s share dropped by a factor of 10 due to the removal of Avio.

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S-Network Space Index vs. Benchmark Indexes, 2022

Assessing the performance of the S-Network Space Index for the entirety of 2022, poor performance during the first half of the year resulted in overall losses of 26.8%. This compares with annual declines of 19.5% for the SNET 3000 and 18.3% for the SNET Global 2500, which had a slightly better first half of the year.

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Virgin Galactic Stock Performance, Q3 2021

Virgin Galactic (-45%) had been trending upward in Q2 in anticipation of founder Richard Branson’s suborbital spaceflight as part of the first passenger flight by the company, which occurred near the beginning of Q3 on July 11. The momentary stock price peak following the successful flight, and its accompanying media fanfare, quickly disappeared as the company announced the issuance of $500 million in additional shares the following day.

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Index Weight by Listing Country as of June 30, 2021

At the end of Q2, U.S.-listed companies comprised 77.35% of the weight of the overall index, with France in second place at 9.94%, followed by Canada at 4.98%, Japan at 3.99%, the Netherlands at 2.62%, and Italy at 1.12%. Israel is not formally included because Gilat (4.5% of the index weight) is listed on Israeli and U.S. exchanges, and the U.S. listing is used for the index due to higher trading activity.

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