CAPTURING THE IMPACTS OF IMPORTANT INVESTMENT THEMES
Our Thematic Indexes reflect the performance of various broad investment themes. Thematic investing seeks to identify specific social, economic, industrial, environmental or demographic trends and their long-term secular, cyclical and structural influences on the world’s economies and markets.
MSCI Economic Exposure Indexes aim to reflect the performance of companies with significant exposure to specific regions or countries, regardless of their domicile. The indexes capture an alternative approach to categorizing the global equity universe according to the geographic distribution of a company’s revenues.
MSCI Emerging + Frontier Markets Workforce Index includes large and mid-caps and is designed to represent the performance of a strategy that targets countries with favorable demographics, education and employment patterns.
MSCI Agriculture & Food Chain Indexes fundamental shifts that may occur in the global supply/demand balance of the agriculture industry.
MSCI Commodity Producers Indexes are equity-based indexes that seek to reflect the performance of three underlying commodity markets: energy, metals and agricultural products.
MSCI Infrastructure Indexes seek to reflect the performance of the investment opportunity set represented by companies that are infrastructure owners or operators — companies that historically have tended to demonstrate highly inelastic demand patterns, stable, predictable returns and inflation-linked pricing power.
MSCI ‘Faith-Based’ Indexes reflect the performance of a relevant opportunity set for values-based investors. The indexes include companies that are compatible with certain religious values and exclude companies that are inconsistent with specific values-based criteria.