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Global Investing

Global Investing

In an April 2014 report titled Global Flows in a Digital Age, McKinsey researchers said “the movement of goods, services, finance and people has reached previously unimagined levels.” Increasing globalization has affected the way investors look at their portfolios as well. A number of prominent pension plans, for example, now consider “global equity” to be a single strategic asset class. Consultants, too, are more frequently recommending a global equity policy benchmark as the starting point for asset allocation.

MSCI has provided insights and tools for global investing since the 1960s, when our developed market indexes gave investors the first efficient way to understand and pursue opportunity sets outside their home markets. Over the years, MSCI has continued to provide our clients with ongoing insights and tools for expanding their portfolios into new asset classes and geographies in developed, emerging and frontier markets. 


 

STUDY OF GLOBAL EQUITY ALLOCATION

CHINA A-SHARES

THE GAUGE OF GLOBAL STOCK MARKET ACTIVITY

BARRA GLOBAL EQUITY MODEL

ECONOMIC EXPOSURE IN GLOBAL INVESTING

GLOBAL APPROACH FOR INVESTORS IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES