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 47 developed and emerging markets.

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  • Jul  20, 2017

    UK Commercial Property Fund Returns Tick Up in Q2
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  • Jul  14, 2017

    MSCI: Passive investing will be good for society - Financial Times
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  • Jul  11, 2017

    MSCI and S&P Dow Jones Indices Announce Consultation on Potential Changes To The Telecommunication Services Sector In The Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS®) In 2018
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MSCI Minimum Volatility Indexes - Built to Perform in Turbulent Markets

Since the 2008 financial crisis, institutional investors have sought new methods of managing risk and increasing returns while maintaining exposure to equities.

Our CEO and Chairman, Henry Fernandez, was on Bloomberg TV on January 6, 2016

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.