MSCI - MSCI Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
158.36
+1.83 (+1.17%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

158.36 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:35PM EDT

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Previous Close156.53
Open155.97
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 1100
Day's Range155.88 - 158.36
52 Week Range98.53 - 162.29
Volume432,607
Avg. Volume1,126,301
Market Cap14.098B
Beta1.24
PE Ratio (TTM)47.84
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.52 (1.02%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-02-15
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Why Shorting China Stocks May Become Easier
    Bloomberg Video13 days ago

    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."

  • Why India's Offshore Clampdown Irks Global Markets
    Bloombergyesterday

    Why India's Offshore Clampdown Irks Global Markets

    India’s three national exchanges stunned the investing world on a Friday night in February when they jointly announced they were going to cut ties with their foreign counterparts. This was effectively an attack on offshore hubs like Singapore and Dubai and raised questions about how India fits in with global finance. 1. What prompted India’s move?

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Sizzling China A-share become hot area for innovation

    will begin to take their place next month in the MSCI Emerging Markets index, a landmark moment that is expected to lead to significant inflows into the world’s second-largest equity market from international investors. Exchange traded funds that track the A-shares market have been a hot area for innovation with 212 ETFs (funds and products) now available, up from just 83 at the end of 2012, according to ETFGI, a London consultancy. The pace of launches for other ETFs tracking Chinese indices has been more modest, with 93 products now available, compared with 63 at the end of 2012.

  • Brokers Wary of Trading Snags as China's Stocks Go Global
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Brokers Wary of Trading Snags as China's Stocks Go Global

    China’s stock market will finally join MSCI Inc.’s global indexes on June 1, but there are still some sticking points that worry brokers and could cause a trading upset. Among the concerns are the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s lack of a closing auction -- which index-tracking funds often use to get the day’s final price -- and whether brokers have sufficient capacity with Hong Kong’s bourse to be able to send what could be as much as $40 billion worth of orders north, according to traders in the city. MSCI’s decision to add mainland-listed shares to its international benchmarks after the close on May 31 is a landmark for the world’s second-biggest market, boosting efforts by China’s leadership to integrate into the global financial system.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents7 days ago

    Edited Transcript of MSCI earnings conference call or presentation 3-May-18 3:00pm GMT

    Q1 2018 MSCI Inc Earnings Call

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] 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.

  • Reuters9 days ago

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

    By Samuel Shen and Brenda Goh SHANGHAI (Reuters) - 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 ...

  • Reuters9 days ago

    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.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    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.

  • Why China's First Steps Into MSCI Are Such a Big Deal
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Why China's First Steps Into MSCI Are Such a Big Deal

    Some 234 of China’s large-cap domestic stocks are about to get a significant new inflow of investment. The inclusion of these so-called A shares -- stocks that historically were available only to Chinese investors -- is a stamp of financial credibility that will open China to more global investment. MSCI had long rejected the inclusion of Chinese A shares until finally approving them last year.

  • The Stocks to Watch as China Gains Entry to the MSCI Club
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    The Stocks to Watch as China Gains Entry to the MSCI Club

    Some 234 companies in the world’s second-biggest stock market just got their ticket into MSCI Inc.’s global equity indexes.

  • Your Guide to the Chinese Stocks Joining the MSCI Club
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Your Guide to the Chinese Stocks Joining the MSCI Club

    Some 234 companies in the world’s second-biggest stock market just got their ticket into MSCI Inc.’s global equity indexes.

  • China Loves the MSCI Scramble, Hates Manipulators
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    China Loves the MSCI Scramble, Hates Manipulators

    On June 1, the firm will add more than 200 China A shares to the benchmark MSCI Emerging Markets Index. If a mutual fund plans to buy $200 million shares of new entrants, its manager might stagger $120 million of orders several days before the event, then, say, $40 million the morning of June 1 and $40 million just before the closing bell.

  • MSCI Unveils Final List of China Stocks to Be Added to Indexes
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    MSCI Unveils Final List of China Stocks to Be Added to Indexes

    MSCI Inc. released the list of 234 domestically listed Chinese companies that will be added to benchmark equity gauges from next month. ICBC A and China Construction Bank were among the additions, MSCI said in a statement. While Chinese stocks with New York and Hong Kong listings -- such as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. -- have long been on MSCI’s global gauges, international retirement plans, endowments and exchange-traded funds will be forced to buy the nation’s yuan-denominated shares for the first time.

  • Moody's9 days ago

    MSCI Inc. -- Moody's assigns Ba2 rating to MSCI's senior unsecured note

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") assigned a Ba2 rating to MSCI Inc.'s ("MSCI") proposed senior unsecured notes. The net proceeds from the debt issuance are expected to be used for general corporate purposes, including share repurchases and potential acquisitions. "While the increase in debt is a negative credit development, Moody's views the transaction as consistent with MSCI's publicly-stated financial strategy to maintain financial leverage in a mid 3 times range, so the ratings and outlook remain unchanged at this time," said Edmond DeForest, Moody's Senior Credit Officer.

  • China's Stock Market Is About to Burst Onto the Global Stage
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    China's Stock Market Is About to Burst Onto the Global Stage

    China’s stock market is about to go global like never before. On June 1, MSCI Inc. will add distiller Kweichow Moutai Co., brokerage Guosen Securities Co. and more than 200 other locally listed Chinese companies to benchmark equity gauges that guide the investment of $12 trillion. It’s a major symbolic win for China, which for years has craved greater global recognition of its financial markets and a bigger international role for its currency.

  • Bloomberg13 days ago

    Five Things You Need to Know to Start Your Day

    Trump announces the date and time for his meeting with Kim Jong Un. U.S. President Donald Trump said he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore, locking in a historic summit between the two leaders amid their confrontation over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program.

  • Shorting China Stocks From New York Could Get Easier
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Shorting China Stocks From New York Could Get Easier

    Short selling could get a little bit easier in China after the country’s domestic stocks join MSCI Inc.’s big index club. MSCI’s inclusion of onshore-listed Chinese shares next month will be a step toward increasing the pool of stock that’s available to borrow. In just a few weeks, some $1.9 trillion of index-tracking money linked to MSCI is about to own equities in China for the first time.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] 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.

  • Emerging Bonds Selloff Deepens as China Stocks Attract Inflows
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    Emerging Bonds Selloff Deepens as China Stocks Attract Inflows

    Investors are souring on emerging-market bonds amid rising Treasury yields and the dollar, even as demand for developing-nation equities remains intact, according to a Jefferies Hong Kong report. Global investors dumped the debt for a second straight week, the first time that’s happened since November 2016. “Over the past week, global bonds, commodities, equities and the money markets all experienced net withdrawals, the first time together since late March this year,” the analysts wrote in a note on Friday.

  • Associated Press21 days 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 ...

  • China’s Stock Payouts Are Slowly Improving
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    China’s Stock Payouts Are Slowly Improving

    Inclusion in MSCI Inc.’s international stock indexes may spur companies to increase dividends

  • China Stock Payouts Get a Whole Lot Better
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    China Stock Payouts Get a Whole Lot Better

    One of foreign investors’ most popular domestic Chinese stocks provided a jolt last week when the company suspended its dividend. “We have seen lots of improvement among Chinese corporates over the past few years -- whether it’s from the state-owned enterprises or private companies” when it comes to dividends, said Janet Tsang, a client portfolio manager of emerging-market and Asia-Pacific equities at JPMorgan Asset Management. “There’ll be more room for improvement" in the payout ratio, she said.

  • Hong Kong Takes Steps to Ensure Liquidity When MSCI Adds China
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Hong Kong Takes Steps to Ensure Liquidity When MSCI Adds China

    Hong Kong regulators are taking measures to ensure there will be enough offshore yuan available to investors when Chinese shares are added to MSCI Inc. benchmarks on June 1. With an estimated $17 billion expected to flow into mainland bourses, much via links with Hong Kong’s stock market, the city’s de facto central bank is seeking to avoid a liquidity crunch. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has been talking to banks about inclusion day for several months, an agency spokeswoman said by email.