MSCI Tradable Indexes
MSCI has leveraged its global presence, 40+ years of index design experience and extensive research insight into the investment process to construct indexes that are designed to serve as tradable proxies for broader MSCI benchmark indexes.
The MSCI EM 50 Index is an easily replicable yet representative Emerging Markets index. Highly correlated to our flagship MSCI Emerging Markets Index, MSCI EM 50 is limited to 50 of its largest constituents.
The MSCI Frontier Markets 100 Index aims to capture the performance of frontier markets while putting a stronger emphasis on tradability compared to the broader parent index, the MSCI Frontier Markets Index. The MSCI Frontier Markets 100 Index is limited to 100 constituents at the time of an index review.
The MSCI Asia APEX Indexes are free float-adjusted, market capitalization weighted indexes that aim to serve as tradable proxies for the various size segments of the broader MSCI AC Asia ex Japan Index, a benchmark widely followed by investors investing in Asia.
The MSCI China 50 Index is derived from its parent index, the MSCI China Index, and aims to reflect the performance of the 50 largest securities of the MSCI China Index based on free float-adjusted market capitalization. The MSCI China 50 Index covers H Shares, Red Chips and P Chips.
The MSCI China A 50 Index is derived from the MSCI China A Index, its parent index, and is composed of the largest 50 constituents of the MSCI China A Index, ranked by free domestic float-adjusted market capitalization. The MSCI China A 50 Index includes Shanghai and Shenzhen listed A shares, and excludes Special Treatment (ST) securities.