MSCI Inc (MSCI.N)
29 Aug 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||$5,345.55|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||116.54|
* Qatar slips from 10-week high; technicals remain upbeat
Aug 13 - Index provider MSCI added six companies, including Hilton Worldwide and Japan's Seibu Holdings , to its MSCI All-Country World Index in its quarterly rebalancing, and deleted one company, South Africa's African Bank Investments.
* Regulator says to publish draft rules, hold 90-day consultation
NEW YORK - Barclays Plc has launched a long-anticipated sale process for its Index, Portfolio and Risk Solutions (IPRS) business, which could yield around $400 million for the UK bank, according to people familiar with the matter.
* Abu Dhabi, Qatar exchanges up almost 50 pct in value in yr to end-May
HONG KONG, June 11 - China shares ended flat on Wednesday after equity index provider MSCI decided not to add A-shares to its benchmark emerging markets index, which dented hopes of hefty capital inflows for mainland markets.
TOKYO, June 11 - Japanese shares bounced off a one-week low on Wednesday supported by news that Japan will retain its status as the only developed market in the region in MSCI stock indexes, checking any potential knee-jerk rotation out of Tokyo equities. MSCI announced that it was removing South Korea and Taiwan from its review list for reclassification to developed markets. The Nikkei gained 0.5 percent to 15,069.48. The broader Topix added 0.8 percent to 1,239.07, whi
* Shares bought back after MSCI keeps rival South Korea, Taiwan shares in EM * Market cautious after Nikkei trades above 15,000 - analyst * Large cap shares lead gains * Seven & i rises after media reports of strong earnings in March-May By Ayai Tomisawa and Hideyuki Sano TOKYO, June 11 - Japanese shares bounced off a one-week low on Wednesday, supported by news that Japan will retain its status as the only developed market in the region in MSCI stock indexes, chec
NEW YORK - Equity index provider MSCI on Tuesday said it will not add China's mainland-based A shares to its benchmark emerging markets index but that the shares will remain on review for a possible move in 2015.
NEW YORK, June 10 - Equity index provider MSCI on Tuesday said it will not add China's mainland-based A shares to its benchmark emerging markets index but that the shares will remain on review for a possible move in 2015.
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