Emerging Markets Free index

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Emerging Markets Free index (EMF)

A Morgan Stanley Capital International index created to track stock markets in selected emerging markets that are open to foreign investment like Argentina, Chile, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, and Thailand.

Emerging Markets Free Index

An index published by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) that tracks stocks in developing countries with a great deal of foreign direct investment. Example countries with stocks tracked by the index include Argentina, Jordan, and Mexico. As with all MSCI indices, it is weighted for market capitalization.
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24% in its MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index from 11.
The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index.
After the fourth consecutive day of rise, the stock market has risen 20%, with the major booster being when Morgan Stanley announced late Thursday it Malaysia back in the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index series and the MSCI All Country Free Index series, effective February 2000.
Since last October, the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index has rallied by 30 per cent and individual markets have done a fair bit better.
The allocation of fresh money by regional equity funds has helped to propel the benchmark MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index to a year to date gain of 10.
Its Active Emerging Markets strategy seeks to outperform its benchmark - primarily the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index - in a highly risk-controlled process.
dollar terms, outperforming the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index, which increased 6%.
4% year to date as measured by the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index.
The fund's benchmark index, the MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index, returned an annualized -6.
The MSCI Emerging Markets Free Index is a capitalization-weighted index composed of approximately 900 companies in 20 countries.