MSCI - MSCI Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
172.75
+0.40 (+0.23%)
At close: 4:03PM EDT
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Previous close172.35
Open171.74
Bid170.00 x 3100
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's range170.97 - 172.91
52-week range100.84 - 174.14
Volume718,512
Avg. volume1,108,487
Market cap15.379B
Beta1.26
PE ratio (TTM)46.04
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.52 (0.91%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-17
1y target estN/A
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] China’s retreating A-shares raise trading suspension fears

    The recent retreat in Shanghai share prices, coupled with evidence of a slowdown in China’s economic growth, are raising a pressing question for fund managers. How can international investors insulate themselves against the tendency of A-share companies to suspend their shares when the going gets tough? Since the inclusion on June 1 of 226 A-shares into the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, a benchmark followed by about $1.6tn in assets under management, Chinese suspensions have become an unavoidable issue for thousands of funds around the world.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] China DataView: 2015 crash still raw for older investors

    China’s stock market collapse occurred three years ago this month but it remains fresh in the minds of consumers of a certain age. There appears to be little enthusiasm among such consumers for the inclusion of A-shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, a popular benchmarking tool for global institutions.

  • The Wall Street Journal10 days ago

    [$$] Chinese Stocks Have Been Money-Losing Bets This Year

    Stocks in Asia fell on Friday, including a 1.3% decline in Hong Kong’s Hang Seng. If you bought Chinese stocks this year, you probably lost money. Inc. added more than 200 of the country’s stocks to its widely tracked emerging-market index at the start of June—an event analysts said would spark an influx of foreign cash into China.

  • AFP17 days ago

    China's stock profile to grow as A-shares make MSCI debut

    More than 200 Chinese companies debuted Friday in MSCI equity indices in what analysts call a small yet significant step in China's cautious drive to integrate with world markets and tame the volatile "casino" atmosphere of its stock exchanges. Global equities index compiler MSCI for the first time added around 230 big-cap Chinese shares to its benchmark Emerging Markets Index and other indices used by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) to determine which shares around the world to buy. The step is expected to lead to billions of dollars of new foreign investment in the Chinese shares by global funds that match their portfolios with MSCI indices.

  • China's stock profile to grow as A-shares make MSCI debut
    AFP News17 days ago

    China's stock profile to grow as A-shares make MSCI debut

    More than 200 Chinese companies debuted Friday in MSCI equity indices in what analysts call a small yet significant step in China's cautious drive to integrate with world markets and tame the volatile "casino" atmosphere of its stock exchanges. Global equities index compiler MSCI for the first time added around 230 big-cap Chinese shares to its benchmark Emerging Markets Index and other indices used by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) to determine which shares around the world to buy. The step is expected to lead to billions of dollars of new foreign investment in the Chinese shares by global funds that match their portfolios with MSCI indices.

  • China's markets just became more important to the rest of the world after a landmark day
    CNBC17 days ago

    China's markets just became more important to the rest of the world after a landmark day

    China A shares debuted on MSCI's emerging markets benchmark on Friday, a move investors expect will attract billions in inflows to the mainland market.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] Chinese Stocks Dip Following MSCI Inclusion

    The long-awaited introduction of Chinese shares to a set of widely followed global benchmarks took effect on Friday, but its impact on stock markets was short-lived. China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite Index was down 0.5% by midday, following a 1.8% gain the previous day, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index was largely flat after Thursday’s 1.4% jump. Inc. added around 230 mainland-listed Chinese stocks to its flagship Emerging Markets Index, and other indexes, a move expected to draw billions of dollars from investment funds into yuan-denominated stocks.

  • Shares Investment17 days ago

    Venture, Dairy Farm, Top Glove Added to MSCI’s Global Standard Indexes

    Changes from MSCI’s May 2018 Semi-Annual Review of its Equity Indexes will take effect from tomorrow, with five stocks listed on SGX impacted by the revisions. Venture Corp will be added to the MSCI Singapore Index, Dairy Farm International will be included in the MSCI Hong Kong Index, and Top Glove Corp will be added to the MSCI Malaysia Index.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    EXPLAINER-What is China's A-share MSCI inclusion on June 1?

    Global market research and index company MSCI Inc will add roughly 230 China-listed shares to its emerging market benchmark in a two-step process starting on June 1, a move expected to drive a surge of foreign money into the country's stock markets. MSCI's decision a year ago to include yuan-denominated Chinese stocks, or "A-shares", into its emerging market (EM) index triggered a rally in Chinese blue-chips in 2017, though the market has corrected this year amid rising borrowing costs and fears of a Sino-U.S. trade war. Foreign buying of Chinese stocks was tepid on Thursday on the last trading day before their inclusion.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] China to Attract Billions of Dollars From Foreign Investors as It Joins MSCI Indexes

    China’s decades-long effort to open up its markets to more foreign investors takes a big step forward this week when global index provider MSCI Inc. adds mainland Chinese shares to its widely followed emerging market index. MSCI will be adding around 230 stocks—which are denominated in China’s local currency and listed in either Shanghai or Shenzhen—to its emerging markets, Asia and global indexes. China earned a spot in MSCI’s indexes after regulators made progress at opening up China’s once insular markets, allaying the concerns of many fund managers and institutional investors who track the MSCI indexes.

  • AFP18 days ago

    China stocks take step forward with MSCI nod

    Equities index compiler MSCI will on Friday include mainland China-listed companies on its benchmark indices, giving many foreign investors their first exposure to Chinese shares. The decision last year by MSCI to add more than 200 firms was seen as a victory for Beijing, which has pushed for years to have its equities recognised, as leaders look to expand the country's global market influence. The MSCI indices track constituent companies' performances, which are then used as a guide for cash-rich foreign institutional investors (FIIs).

  • AFP News18 days ago

    China stocks take step forward with MSCI nod

    Equities index compiler MSCI will on Friday include mainland China-listed companies on its benchmark indices, giving many foreign investors their first exposure to Chinese shares. The decision last year by MSCI to add more than 200 firms was seen as a victory for Beijing, which has pushed for years to have its equities recognised, as leaders look to expand the country's global market influence. The MSCI indices track constituent companies' performances, which are then used as a guide for cash-rich foreign institutional investors (FIIs).

  • Flood or dud? Inflows from China MSCI entry are anybody's guess
    Reuters21 days ago

    Flood or dud? Inflows from China MSCI entry are anybody's guess

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The inclusion of Chinese stocks in closely tracked MSCI share indexes is widely expected to draw tens of billions of dollars into the mainland market next month, but active fund managers' conservative positions could mean inflows are much smaller.

  • The Wall Street Journal21 days ago

    [$$] Money Is About to Flow Into China, Just as It Pours Out of Tencent

    Japan’s Nikkei 225 index rose 0.1%, the Korea KOSPI index gained 0.8% and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index rose 0.6%. Ltd. —one of the country’s biggest and most high-profile companies—just as billions of dollars from around the world are expected to flow into China’s markets this week. An odd phenomenon is taking place this month: Investors on the mainland have pulled funds from Tencent, the tech titan behind the popular Chinese messaging app WeChat.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] More Than 200 China-Listed Stocks to Join MSCI’s Indexes

    Global index provider MSCI Inc. has released a list of more than 200 Chinese stocks that it will include in its key indexes from next month, capping a year-long process that is likely to attract billions of dollars into China’s markets. Last year, MSCI decided to include China-listed stocks in its global benchmarks after three years of rejections. Of the more than 3,000 companies listed in China, just 234 will be included in MSCI’s indexes on June 1, largely in line with market expectations.

  • Reuterslast month

    MSCI lists 234 Chinese stocks for index inclusion in boost to capital markets

    MSCI, the U.S. index publisher, said on Tuesday it will include 234 Chinese large cap stocks in its global and regional indexes on June 1, setting the stage for capital markets in the world's second-biggest economy to get a boost from a potential surge of foreign money. In a quarterly review, MSCI ejected nine companies and added 11 from the proposed MSCI China A Inclusion Index, slightly altering the expected weighting that the Chinese stocks will have in MSCI's emerging market index.

  • Reuterslast month

    EXPLAINER-What is China's A-share MSCI inclusion?

    Global market research and index company MSCI Inc said on Tuesday it would add 234 China-listed shares to its emerging market benchmark in a two-step process in June and September, a move expected to drive a surge of foreign inflows into the country's stock markets. While some foreign investors are still haunted by memories of China's 2015 stock market crash and concerns about Sino-U.S. trade frictions, a deeper fear of missing out is widely expected to boost overseas investments in mainland stocks. MSCI's decision last June to include yuan-denominated Chinese stocks, known as "A-shares", into its emerging market (EM) index triggered a rally in Chinese blue-chips in 2017, though the market has corrected this year amid fears that a trade war will undermine the world's second-largest economy.

  • MSCI announces 234 China A shares to be added to indexes
    CNBClast month

    MSCI announces 234 China A shares to be added to indexes

    Among the China A shares to be included are Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Construction Bank and Petrochina.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Fund Investors Will Be Getting More China, but the Timing Is Awkward

    Fund investors looking into Chinese stocks are living in interesting times. As the threat of a U.S.-China trade war continues, index firm MSCI Inc. is preparing to add some mainland Chinese-listed shares, known as A shares, to its widely watched and benchmarked emerging-markets index. The move, with a first round on June 1, has been years in the making and is expected to draw billions of dollars to mainland-China stocks as funds seek to replicate the MSCI Emerging Markets Index.

  • Associated Press2 months ago

    MSCI: 1Q Earnings Snapshot

    The New York-based company said it had profit of $1.24 per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $1.31 per share. The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Global investors pile into China stocks ahead of MSCI index entry

    Overseas investors are pumping billions of dollars into Chinese stocks and the country's asset managers are rushing to launch index-tracking funds in a fervent build-up to China's inclusion in MSCI's widely tracked equity benchmarks. The race to get a foothold in stocks in the world's second-biggest economy just weeks before the MSCI inclusion could help put a floor under a stock market that has been battered recently by fears of a U.S.-Sino trade war. Under the phased inclusion plan, MSCI will add some yuan-denominated China A-shares into its emerging market index this year, beginning on June 1 with another round on Sept 1.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    EXPLAINER-What is China's A-share MSCI inclusion?

    Global market research and index company MSCI Inc will add around 230 China-listed shares to its emerging market benchmark in a two-step process in June and September, a move expected to unleash a surge of foreign inflows into the country's stock markets. While some foreign investors are still haunted by memories of China's 2015 stock market crash and concerns about Sino-U.S. trade frictions, a deeper fear of missing out is widely expected to boost overseas investments in mainland stocks. MSCI's decision last June to include yuan-denominated Chinese stocks, known as "A-shares", into its emerging market (EM) index triggered a rally in Chinese blue-chips in 2017, though the market has corrected this year amid fears that a trade war will add to risks for the world's second-largest economy.

  • Why Shorting China Stocks May Become Easier
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    Why Shorting China Stocks May Become Easier

    May.10 -- Short selling could get a little bit easier in China after the country’s domestic stocks join MSCI Inc.’s big index club. Bloomberg's Sofia Horta e Costa reports on "Bloomberg Markets."