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About MSCI

MSCI (NYSE: MSCI) provides research-driven insights and tools for institutional investors. MSCI specializes in the areas of risk and performance measurement that is based on academic research, real-world experience and collaboration with clients. MSCI's products include indices and portfolio risk and performance analytics for use in managing equity, fixed income and multi-asset class portfolios.

MSCI Headquarter Location

7 World Trade Center 250 Greenwich St

New York, New York, 10007,

United States


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MSCI Patents

MSCI has filed 2 patents.

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Latest MSCI News

Stocks, commodities pare losses but growth worries cloud outlook

May 11, 2022

Intellasia East Asia News 11-May-2022 Intellasia | Reuters | 5:02 AM Asian equities slipped to the lowest in nearly two years on Tuesday, before trimming losses, as investors fretted about the toxic cocktail of rising interest rates and weaker economic growth. Sentiment was supported by gains in US stock futures, which turned positive after declining earlier. S&P 500 stock futures and Dow Jones futures both rose 0.6%, while Nasdaq futures gained 1.3%. Growing fears of recession and a slowdown in China dragged on commodity-linked currencies and oil prices, though safety flows kept the dollar near 20-year highs. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares ex-Japan (.MIAPJ0000PUS) traded down 0.8 percent in early afternoon but pared sharp losses struck earlier. The benchmark had fallen as much as 2.3 percent to 515.7, sliding for a seventh straight session and extending losses to 18 percent so far this year. “Chinese growth is facing significant headwinds, whether you look at official or private sector Purchasing managers’ Index,” said Song Seng Wun, an economist at CIMB Private Banking. “Softening global growth is the persistent wall of worry for markets as investors look beyond the next 3-6 months. The view on growth momentum seems to be that revenge spending after the pandemic may be affected by higher borrowing costs,” he said. Across Asia, share indexes recovered from the day’s losses. The Nikkei (.N225) lost 0.4%, Australian shares (.AXJO) shed 1.1%, Korean stocks (.KS11) lost 0.5 percent and Taiwan equities (.TWII) edged up 0.1%. MSCI’s Asian benchmark fell to the lowest since early July 2020. Chinese equities are the worst performers among major markets so far this year, recording losses of between 21 and 25%. Singapore (.STI) and Indonesian stock indexes (.JKSE) have, however, remained steady. Growth worries resurfaced after central banks in the United States, Britain and Australia raised interest rates last week and investors girded for more tightening as policymakers fight soaring inflation. Hong Kong’s benchmark share index (.HSI) returned from a one-day holiday sharply lower on Tuesday and slumped more than 4 percent before halving losses. On Monday, Shanghai and Beijing tightened COVID-19 curbs which have already taken a heavy toll on the world’s second-largest economy. China’s export growth slowed to its weakest in almost two years, data showed, as the central bank pledged to step up support for the slowing economy. Overnight, US stocks extended Friday’s bruising sell-off as investors rushed to protect themselves against the prospect of a weakening economy. “The idea of a benign and gentle tightening cycle has evaporated,” ANZ analysts said in a report. “The reality is that the Fed cannot control the supply side of the economy in the short-run, so as long as key indicators like the labour force participation rate stay low and Chinese exports slow, the risk to inflation, and therefore interest rates, lies to the upside,” ANZ said. Oil prices retreated again on demand worries as coronavirus lockdowns in China, the top oil importer, continued. Brent crude fell 0.9 percent to $105 a barrel and US West Texas Intermediate crude declined 1 percent to $102 a barrel, adding to a 6 percent slump in the previous session. Both contracts are still up about 35 percent so far this year. Commodity-linked currencies including the Australian and Canadian currencies took a beating as oil prices fell. The Australian dollar dropped as low as $0.6920, its weakest since July 2020, having fallen 1.7 percent overnight. Lower oil prices also hit the Canadian dollar, which eased to C$1.3037 per dollar, its weakest since November 2020. The dollar index eased 0.2 percent to 103.5, having risen as high as 104.19 overnight, a fresh 20-year peak. US Treasury yields, which have climbed sharply on expectations of aggressive tightening by the Federal Reserve, took a breather after Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic pushed back on suggestions of a massive 75 basis point rate hike at the Fed’s next meeting.

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  • When was MSCI founded?

    MSCI was founded in 1969.

  • Where is MSCI's headquarters?

    MSCI's headquarters is located at 7 World Trade Center, New York.

  • What is MSCI's latest funding round?

    MSCI's latest funding round is IPO.

  • Who are the investors of MSCI?

    Investors of MSCI include General Atlantic.

  • Who are MSCI's competitors?

    Competitors of MSCI include Util, BITA, Clarity, Sphera, Net Purpose and 7 more.

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