Morgan Stanley Capital International Index

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Morgan Stanley Capital International Index

Any of several indices managed and published by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI). Some Morgan Stanley Capital International indices are considered benchmarks of global equity performance. Perhaps the best known indices are the MSCI World Index and the MSCI EAFE Index. Because MSCI's majority shareholder is Morgan Stanley, some Morgan Stanley products, notably iShares, track Morgan Stanley Capital International indices.
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With this, SGX has licensed a total of 19 MSCI indices, encompassing almost all of Asia's key capital and other growth markets.
The expanded suite of SGX products based on MSCI indices will provide global investors with extensive reach into Asian emerging markets, and complements SGX's existing equity derivatives suite such as SGX MSCI Singapore, SGX MSCI Taiwan, SGX Nikkei 225 (Japan), SGX FTSE China A50 and SGX CNX Nifty (India).
The international derivatives marketplace Eurex Exchange will start listing new derivatives on global MSCI indices on 11 March.
We look forward to continuing to work with Eurex as they develop their suite of derivatives based on MSCI indices.
The company's flagship product offerings are: the MSCI indices with close to USD 7 trillion estimated to be benchmarked to them on a worldwide basis1; Barra multi-asset class factor models, portfolio risk and performance analytics; RiskMetrics multi-asset class market and credit risk analytics; IPD real estate information, indices and analytics; IPD real estate information, indices and analytics; MSCI ESG (environmental, social and governance) Research screening, analysis and ratings; ISS governance research and outsourced proxy voting and reporting services; FEA valuation models and risk management software for the energy and commodities markets; and CFRA forensic accounting risk research, legal/regulatory risk assessment, and duediligence.
a leading provider of investment decision support tools worldwide, announced today that it has signed a license agreement with NYSE Liffe, the European derivatives business of NYSE Euronext and one of the world's largest derivatives exchanges, to expand the number of futures contracts linked to MSCI indices beyond their Bclear platform with a Central Order Book offering.
MSCI indices have been developed over 40 years to meet the specific needs of the world's most demanding and sophisticated investors.
We have had a close working relationship with Lyxor s ETF business for almost 10 years, licensing a range of MSCI indices to them as they expanded their ETF offering, said Baer Pettit, Managing Director and Head of the MSCI Index Business.
Any use of MSCI indices, data or other information requires a license from MSCI.
The company s flagship product offerings are: the MSCI indices with approximately USD 7 trillion estimated to be benchmarked to them on a worldwide basis; Barra multi-asset class factor models, portfolio risk and performance analytics; RiskMetrics multi-asset class market and credit risk analytics; MSCI ESG (environmental, social and governance) Research screening, analysis and ratings; ISS governance research and outsourced proxy voting and reporting services; FEA valuation models and risk management software for the energy and commodities markets; and CFRA forensic accounting risk research, legal/regulatory risk assessment, and due?
TT International already uses a wide range of MSCI indices as benchmarks for its funds, including the MSCI EAFE, MSCI ACWI ex US, MSCI World ex US, MSCI Emerging Markets, MSCI Europe and MSCI AC Asia ex Japan Indices.
The company's flagship product offerings are: the MSCI indices with approximately USD 7 trillion estimated to be benchmarked to them on a worldwide basis1; Barra multi-asset class factor models, portfolio risk and performance analytics; RiskMetrics multi-asset class market and credit risk analytics; MSCI ESG (environmental, social and governance) Research screening, analysis and ratings; ISS governance research and outsourced proxy voting and reporting services; FEA valuation models and risk management software for the energy and commodities markets; and CFRA forensic accounting risk research, legal/regulatory risk assessment, and due?