MSCI - MSCI Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
154.04
+2.45 (+1.62%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous close151.59
Open154.45
Bid15.40 x 800
Ask180.00 x 800
Day's range152.12 - 156.28
52-week range115.17 - 184.22
Volume765,767
Avg. volume545,534
Market cap13.684B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.06
PE ratio (TTM)37.12
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield2.32 (1.48%)
Ex-dividend date2018-08-16
1y target estN/A
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  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Copper points to EM rebound

    Led by currency crises in Turkey and Argentina, not to mention US dollar strength, the MSCI emerging markets index has lost nearly 7 per cent of its value between the first of June and the end of August. Whether today's lull means an imminent rebound remains to be seen, but according to Nafez Zouk of Oxford Economics, copper prices indicate as much. What happens to the price of copper matters to emerging markets, because the two are tightly linked.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    FTSE Russell includes China stocks in boon to battered market

    SHANGHAI/SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Global index provider FTSE Russell said it will start including mainland Chinese shares in its major benchmarks from June next year, in a move that it expects will draw initial net inflows of $10 billion from passive investors. The decision on Wednesday to include China's so-called A-shares in its widely followed global benchmarks follows three straight years of the group rejecting their admission on concerns about market access limits.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 days ago

    [$$] Indexers Turn Spotlight on China's Smaller Stocks

    Asian stock markets were mostly lower Thursday, with Hong Kong’s Hang Seng falling 0.5%, Tokyo’s Nikkei shedding 1% and the Shanghai Composite Index losing 0.5%. FTSE Russell plans to include domestic Chinese shares in its flagship emerging-market index from June 2019. It already offers other benchmarks that include domestic Chinese stocks.

  • The Wall Street Journal18 days ago

    [$$] More Chinese Stocks Are Coming to Global Indexes

    Two major index providers took steps to increase the influence of mainland Chinese stocks in their widely tracked global benchmarks beginning next year—a vote of confidence in a market that has been battered by trade and economic concerns. The actions by FTSE Russell and MSCI Inc. partly reflect how much easier it has become to buy and sell mainland stocks through a trading link with Hong Kong. The changes could also bring hundreds of smaller Chinese companies to the attention of international money managers for the first time.

  • The Wall Street Journal19 days ago

    [$$] MSCI Has Become Chinese Stocks' Best Friend

    Passive investors are about to make a big stock pick, even though they are not the ones making the decision. Inc. has proposed increasing the weighting of mainland Chinese stocks in its indexes from next year. The jump would be pretty significant: Shares listed in Shanghai and Shenzhen, so-called A-shares, would account for 3.4% of the widely followed MSCI Emerging Markets index in 2020, up from 0.7% now, if the proposal is implemented.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    MSCI considers boosting China's index weighting, could add $66 billion of inflows

    Global index provider MSCI said on Wednesday it will consider quadrupling the weighting of Chinese big-caps in its global benchmarks next year, a move that could bring in $66 billion (£50 billion) in new foreign investment. MSCI also proposed adding Chinese mid-caps and shares listed on Shenzhen's start-up board ChiNext, which would nearly double the number of mainland stocks in its indexes to roughly 430. Investor expectations that more mainland stocks will be included in mainstream global benchmarks boosted Chinese share prices on Wednesday, with Shanghai and Hong Kong bourses up more than 1 percent.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    FTSE expected to include China stocks in a boon to battered market

    After three years of saying "no", global index provider FTSE Russell is widely expected to welcome mainland Chinese shares into its major benchmarks this week, a move that could drive billions of foreign dollars into a market hit by a trade war. A decision by FTSE Russell to include so-called A-shares into its widely-followed global benchmarks - expected in New York on Wednesday - would be another win for China's market regulator, after the historic inclusion of mainland stocks in MSCI Inc's share indexes in June.

  • AFP19 days ago

    MSCI considers lifting China weighting in benchmark index

    Global equities index compiler MSCI has said it is considering quadrupling the weighting of Chinese large-cap shares in its benchmark Emerging Markets Index over the next two years as well as adding mid-caps and companies listed on the tech-heavy ChiNext board. The proposal signals MSCI may increase China's profile in such indices at a faster-than-expected pace despite Chinese markets being among the world's worst-performing this year. For the first time, US-based MSCI added more than 200 Chinese big-cap companies to its Emerging Markets Index earlier this year.

  • MSCI considers lifting China weighting in benchmark index
    AFP News19 days ago

    MSCI considers lifting China weighting in benchmark index

    Global equities index compiler MSCI has said it is considering quadrupling the weighting of Chinese large-cap shares in its benchmark Emerging Markets Index over the next two years as well as adding mid-caps and companies listed on the tech-heavy ChiNext board. The proposal signals MSCI may increase China's profile in such indices at a faster-than-expected pace despite Chinese markets being among the world's worst-performing this year. For the first time, US-based MSCI added more than 200 Chinese big-cap companies to its Emerging Markets Index earlier this year.

  • CNBClast month

    Asia markets slide and major stock index hits 14-month low on trade fears

    The MSCI Asia ex-Japan index fell to 14-month lows on Wednesday afternoon on the back of news that China will be making a request to the World Trade Organization to impose sanctions on the U.S.

  • Barrons.comlast month

    3 Bargains in Emerging Markets Amid the Turmoil

    Virtus Vontobel manager Matthew Benkendorf is finding stocks for his shopping list in Indonesia, China – and possibly Brazil.

  • Global Markets: Trade war uncertainty drags on markets, world stock index down for fifth day
    Reuterslast month

    Global Markets: Trade war uncertainty drags on markets, world stock index down for fifth day

    MSCI's global stock index fell for a fifth straight day on Thursday and emerging market stocks were in their sixth day of declines as investors braced for an escalation in the trade war between the United States and China. The dollar edged down though it still received support from concerns about U.S. President Donald Trump imposing further tariffs on Chinese imports. MSCI's emerging market stock index lost 0.32 percent and was near a 13-month low hit last month.

  • Has EM Selloff Bottomed Out? ETFs to Tap
    Zackslast month

    Has EM Selloff Bottomed Out? ETFs to Tap

    August has been pretty upsetting for Emerging market (EM) ETFs, thanks to turmoil in Turkey and Argentina.

  • Reuterslast month

    Investors in China prepare for MSCI part-2, armed with wishlist

    The inclusion of Chinese stocks in MSCI's benchmark indexes this year has made mainland equities more attractive to foreign buyers, but exposure to global investment has also revealed some rough edges around corporate China's governance standards. Global index publisher MSCI Inc. adds another tranche of Chinese stocks to its emerging markets index on Monday, which follows the milestone debut inclusion in June, and foreign investors are queuing up to get into the asset class.

  • Reuterslast month

    Investors in China prepare for MSCI part-2, armed with wishlist

    The inclusion of Chinese stocks in MSCI's benchmark indexes this year has made mainland equities more attractive to foreign buyers, but exposure to global investment has also revealed some rough edges around corporate China's governance standards. Global index publisher MSCI Inc. adds another tranche of Chinese stocks to its emerging markets index on Monday, which follows the milestone debut inclusion in June, and foreign investors are queuing up to get into the asset class.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    MSCI EM stocks index enters technical bear market

    LONDON, Aug 15 (Reuters) - MSCI's widely-tracked 24-country emerging market stocks index entered a technical "bear" market on Wednesday as fresh selling took its drop since late January to 20 ...

  • Exclusive: FTSE Russell may give mainland China stocks more weighting than MSCI
    Reuters2 months ago

    Exclusive: FTSE Russell may give mainland China stocks more weighting than MSCI

    Index provider FTSE Russell could give a greater weighting to mainland Chinese stocks than rival MSCI if it decides to include them in its flagship indices next month, its chief executive told Reuters. MSCI this year became the first index provider to force its passive fund followers into Shanghai and Shenzhen-listed stocks - a milestone in the opening up of Chinese markets to international capital. It was also a highly contentious move due to investor concerns about Chinese corporate governance and market practices.

  • MSCI Q2 Earnings Beat, Recurring Subscriptions Jump Y/Y
    Zacks2 months ago

    MSCI Q2 Earnings Beat, Recurring Subscriptions Jump Y/Y

    MSCI's (MSCI) second-quarter results benefit from strong growth in asset-based fees and recurring subscriptions.

  • MSCI (MSCI) Q2 Earnings and Revenues Top Estimates
    Zacks2 months ago

    MSCI (MSCI) Q2 Earnings and Revenues Top Estimates

    MSCI (MSCI) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 1.56% and 1.84%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2018. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

  • Associated Press2 months ago

    MSCI: 2Q Earnings Snapshot

    On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had net income of $1.28. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $1.30 per share. The results topped Wall Street expectations. The ...

  • MSCI Says Saudi Arabia a Viable Market Even Without Aramco
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    MSCI Says Saudi Arabia a Viable Market Even Without Aramco

    Sep.05 -- MSCI Inc. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Henry Fernandez discusses Saudi Arabia's stock market and the level of interest from foreign investors even if state-owned oil giant Aramco doesn't list its shares. Fernandez talks with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny.

  • China A-Shares Demand Among Global Investors Increasing, UBS's Fang Says
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    China A-Shares Demand Among Global Investors Increasing, UBS's Fang Says

    Sep.02 -- Many international investors who stayed away when MSCI Inc. first added Chinese stocks to its benchmarks are expected to jump in to the second phase of inclusion. Thomas Fang, head of China equities at UBS Group AG, weighs in on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia" with Yvonne Man.

  • MSCI CEO Fernandez on Emerging Markets, Aramco IPO
    Bloomberg Video2 months ago

    MSCI CEO Fernandez on Emerging Markets, Aramco IPO

    Aug.23 -- Henry Fernandez, MSCI Inc. chief executive officer, discusses the impact of Federal Reserve policy on emerging markets, index compilation and management strategy, and Saudi Arabian Oil Co. putting its IPO on hold. He speaks with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Lisa Abramowicz on "Bloomberg Markets.'