MSCI World Index

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Morgan Stanley Capital International World Index (MSCI World Index)

A market capitalization-weighted benchmark index made up of equities from 23 countries, including the United States.

MSCI World Index

An index consisting of a wide selection of stocks traded in 23 developed countries. It is weighted for market capitalization and is considered an important benchmark of the state of global stock markets. It is managed by MSCI and has existed since 1969.
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It is then no wonder that with such mixed trends returns for the MSCI All-Country World Index are in the low single digits year-to-date.
6 percent, while the MSCI All-Country World index of equities increased 0.
6% in January as of January 31, including reinvested interest, while the MSCI All-Country World Index of stocks lost 4.
El Zayat added: "The market, in my opinion, is still caught in a range-bound channel and lagging the euphoria that is prevailing across the board for global equities, with Dow Jones registering a historical record above the 14,400 mark and growing optimism about the global economy propelling the MSCI All-Country World Index of equities to a 56-month high.
The MSCI All-Country World Index was barely changed while Europe's FTSEurofirst 300 pared gains slightly to stand up 0.
World stocks measured by the MSCI All-Country World Index advanced 0.
The MSCI All-Country World Index of stocks fell 7 percent, the biggest slump since May 2010, and the Standard & Poor's GSCI Total Return Index of commodities lost 1.
The MSCI all-country world index, which has fallen as much as 20 percent from a May high, was down 1.
The fund intends to pay a quarterly dividend, and its benchmarks are the MSCI All-Country World Index for the equity allocation and the Lehman Brothers Multiverse Index for fixed income allocation.
The MSCI All-Country World index traded flat, near record highs hit earlier this month.
Despite a modest bounce in recent sessions, the MSCI All-Country World index remains 16% below its 2011 high, reached in May.
Global stocks, measured by the MSCI All-Country World Index advanced 0.