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Research PaperValue’s Lost Decade
MSCI BlogRussian Bonds: Rolling Back the Default Clock
The Russian government’s decision on April 29 to pay holders of two dollar-denominated Russian sovereign bonds led to a major rally, encouraging some investors that Russia may avoid default. There are, however, more challenges ahead.
Inflation’s Flying First Class, will Global Growth find a Ride?
Assessing inflation higher than many have seen in their working lives requires looking beyond this single piece of the puzzle.
Dude, where’s my sustainability?
Some feel that proposed regulation in the U.S. could take the history of ESG and retirement plans in a whole new direction.
Did Pfizer Give the Value Factor a Much-Needed Shot in the Arm?
As the second quarter of 2021 drew to a close and the global economy continued to reawaken, the big stories were the resurgence of value, the positive correlation between value and momentum and the potential for inflation. What can history and factor ETF flows tell us about our current conditions?
The MSCI Crowding solution helps active managers analyze their investments compared to the industry as a whole and make informed and timely decisions about potentially crowded or uncrowded trades. It covers multiple dimensions of Crowding including Factor Crowding, Security Crowding and Hedge Fund Crowding.
A More Intuitive Way to Calculate Investment Risk
By using RiskGrade, investors can better understand risk across individual investments, asset classes, and portfolios.
Research PaperThe Future of Factor Investing
MSCI BlogWhich Companies Lost Most in Europe’s Lost Decade?
If uncertainties over deglobalization persists, the performance divide between Europe and the U.S. could widen further. Have European firms been more at risk, given they have had more international revenue than U.S. companies?
MSCI BlogDid Deglobalization Add to Inflation Woes?
Inflation watchers, aware of how COVID-19 led to trillions of dollars of stimulus, may want to note the longer-term shift toward deglobalization. As these forces collide, they may lead to rising global inflation and affect asset-allocation strategies.