Yes, indexes can help the performance of some SELECT statements, provided you have the proper indexes in place...
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for the query optimizer to use.
To get a better understanding of how DB2 for i5/OS can utilize indexes to improve performance, I'd strongly recommending reading the Indexing & Statistics Strategy white paper online.
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