Showing 1 - 10 of 9,734 entries
PageIndex profiles: Fixed Income Indexes
MSCI’s differentiated Fixed Income Index offering
PageInsights Gallery: How Well Have Companies Aligned with the UN SDGs?
Marking five years since the launch of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), MSCI ESG Research looked at the progress publicly traded companies have made toward aligning their products and operations with these global standards.
PagePerspectives Podcast: Benchmarking the Index Industry
Rick Redding, CEO of the Index Industry Association (IIA), reviews the results of the 4th annual IIA industry survey, which provides a window to the whole of the investment landscape.
PageEmerging Market Index: Built to Last
The final episode of the of the emerging markets video series focuses on why emerging markets are integral to global investing along with the drivers behind sustained growth in emerging markets allocation by institutional investors.
PageEmerging Market Index: Characterized by Dynamism
The ongoing capital markets liberalization and improving market accessibility in Emerging Markets are causing a rethink of the future of equity investing. EM’s growing economic size and technological significance are among the biggest forces shaping global economic landscape.
PageEmerging Markets: Established as core
The MSCI Emerging Markets Index’s weight in the MSCI ACWI Index rose from 0.9% in January 1987 to 12% in June 2020. EM continued to be characterized by its exposure to unique growth opportunities, significant dispersion of country performances, as well as the historical factor/ESG premium.
PageIndex Solutions: Emerging Markets
The MSCI Emerging Markets(EM) Index was launched in 1988 including 10 countries with a weight of about 0.9% in the MSCI ACWI Index. Currently, it captures 26 countries across the globe and has a weight of 12% in the MSCI ACWI Index.
MethodologyMSCI Custom ESG Climate Series A Indexes Methodology
MSCI BlogZombies on Board: Investors Face the Walking Dead
Investors may think that zombies live only in people’s imaginations, but these brain-munching monsters can haunt corporate boardrooms for years, eating away at a fundamental shareholder right: the right to duly elected representation.