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Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB)
The Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB) is a company-classification system for stocks developed by Dow Jones and FTSE.
GICS vs. ICB Stock Classification: What's the Difference?
The Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) and the Industrial Classification Benchmark (ICB) both assign stocks to appropriate sectors and industries. Here's how they differ.
Introduction to International Competitive Bidding (ICB)
International competitive bidding (ICB) is a bidding process required in financing arrangements involving the World Bank.
An Introduction To Industry Classification Codes
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Codes and the more recent NAICS codes are crucial to classifying data to measure industrial growth.
Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) Definition
The Global Industry Classification Standard is a standardized classification system used to sort business entities by sector and industry groups.