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A Constellation of Indexes

The MSCI China Indexes consist of a range of country, composite and non-domestic indexes for the Chinese market, intended for both international and domestic investors, including Qualified Domestic Institutional Investors (QDII) and Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) licensees. The indexes are calculated according to the MSCI Global Investable Market Indexes (GIMI) Methodology.
Key Domestic China Indexes Key Non-Domestic China Indexes Key Composite Indexes
MSCI China A Index MSCI China Index MSCI All China Index
[(Gross) (Net) (CNY) | Performance] [Factsheet | Performance] [Factsheet | Performance]
MSCI China A 50 Index MSCI International China Index MSCI Golden Dragon Index
[Factsheet | Performance] [Factsheet | Performance] [Factsheet | Performance]
MSCI China A International MSCI Hong Kong Index  
[Factsheet | Performance] [Factsheet | Performance]  
MSCI China A International IMI MSCI Overseas China Index  
[Factsheet | Performance] [Factsheet | Performance]  
Global Knowledge | Local Expertise

With over 200 clients across Greater China and offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, MSCI has had a strong local presence in China for many years, backed by an international brand. Today our experts in research, product development, sales and client service provide local expertise while leveraging MSCI's global reach, resources and 24/5 support.

Research Insight

China: Hard Landing or Gentle Descent? - September 2014


As a result of recent market liberalization efforts, China – the world’s second largest economy – has become more accessible for international institutional investors.

Research Insight - China A-Shares

Too Big to Ignore - September 2014
Many global investors own an incomplete China portfolio and have overlooked the potential strategic role of China A-shares in their global portfolio, deterred by benchmarking, accessibility and operational concerns.

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