MSCI's All Country World Index (ACWI) is composed of 2,400 constituents, 11 sectors, and is the industry’s accepted gauge of global stock market activity. It provides a seamless, modern and fully integrated view across all sources of equity returns in 46 developed and emerging markets.

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  1. Mar 27, 2017

    Returns on Property Investment in France Remain Strong
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  2. Mar 24, 2017

    Research Insight - Keeping Indexes Investable in Evolving Markets
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  3. Mar 20, 2017

    Dutch Property Returns Accelerate in 2016
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  4. Mar 16, 2017

    UK Healthcare Outperforms All Property Sectors in 2016
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Global Intel

MSCI’s private real estate market information dataset incorporates more than 3,000 direct property indexes in 32 countries, including a unique coverage of more than 240+ cities worldwide. depends on how institutional investors view the world.

The tipping point: Women on boards and financial performance

A growing body of research shows that having three women on a corporate board represents a “tipping point” in terms of influence, which is reflected in financial performance.

The USD 220 billion global tax gap

Implications for institutional investors: Buoyed by populist sentiment, regulators around the world are considering ways to close corporate tax loopholes and narrow the gap between the statutory tax rate and what companies actually pay.