MSCI - MSCI Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
176.07
-0.26 (-0.14%)
As of 1:22PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close176.32
Open177.37
Bid175.93 x 900
Ask176.07 x 1100
Day's Range176.01 - 178.40
52 Week Range114.40 - 184.22
Volume256,466
Avg. Volume507,190
Market Cap15.64B
Beta1.06
PE Ratio (TTM)42.43
EPS (TTM)4.15
Earnings DateOct 31, 2018 - Nov 5, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.32 (1.27%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-16
1y Target Est186.43
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  • Business Wire10 days ago

    MSCI Completes the Integration of ESG in All Its Risk Analytics Systems

    MSCI Inc. , a leading provider of research-based indexes, ratings and analytics, today announced the next step toward advancing ESG integration into the investment management process by delivering ESG solutions across its suite of risk and portfolio analytics systems.

  • Barrons.com11 days ago

    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.

  • Move Over Saudi. Meet Stock Investors' New Darling in Gulf
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Move Over Saudi. Meet Stock Investors' New Darling in Gulf

    Once overshadowed by its bigger neighbors in the Gulf, Kuwait’s market has emerged as the new darling of global investors. Kuwaiti stocks have outperformed most of their Persian Gulf peers since MSCI Inc. said in June that it might announce the upgrade of the nation to emerging-market status next year, joining the ranks of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. Money is already flowing in ahead of Kuwait’s Sept. 24 accession to FTSE Russell’s emerging-market benchmarks as efforts by the country’s market regulator to boost liquidity and attract international interest pay off.

  • Global Markets: Trade war uncertainty drags on markets, world stock index down for fifth day
    Reuters15 days ago

    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 (.MSCIEF) lost 0.32 percent and was near a 13-month low hit last month.

  • With 75% of Emerging-Market Index, Asia Hit by Others' Woes
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    With 75% of Emerging-Market Index, Asia Hit by Others' Woes

    Asia is bearing the burden of turmoil far from its shores, thanks in part to benchmark indexes that leave the world’s fastest-growing region particularly exposed when investors opt to dump emerging markets as a class. Its growth and market development mean Asia in some sense has become a victim of its success, dominating the broader emerging-asset universe, especially when it comes to equities. Deepening financial linkages between China and the rest of the world are also elevating the role of the world’s No. 2 economy.

  • Bloomberg16 days ago

    Saudi Stocks Get Swept Up in EM Selloff to Fall Most Since 2016

    Saudi Arabian stocks, the most expensive in the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council, tumbled to a six-month low as demand for risk assets waned. “Market reaction today is in response to broader concerns across emerging markets,” said Asim Bukhtiar, Saudi Fransi Capital’s head of research for capital markets. An initial public offering of state-owned oil giant Aramco is part of its plan to develop the market.

  • Saudi Bourse CEO on Derivatives Market, Aramco IPO
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Saudi Bourse CEO on Derivatives Market, Aramco IPO

    Khalid Abdullah Al Hussan, the chief executive officer of Tadawul, Saudi Arabia's stock market, discusses plans to launch a derivatives market on an index it is jointly developing with MSCI Inc. He also ...

  • MSCI Says Saudi Arabia a Viable Market Even Without Aramco
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    MSCI Says Saudi Arabia a Viable Market Even Without Aramco

    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 ...

  • Saudi Bourse CEO Sees Aramco IPO as ‘Certain’ Despite Delay
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Saudi Bourse CEO Sees Aramco IPO as ‘Certain’ Despite Delay

    Saudi Arabia’s bourse is in no doubt that state-owned oil giant Aramco will eventually list its shares on the local stock market following a delay in what was going to be one of the world’s largest IPOs. “I’m certain Aramco will join the market,” Khalid Abdullah Al Hussan, the chief executive officer of the Saudi stock market, said in an interview in Riyadh on Wednesday. Al Hussan declined to give more details on the possible timing of the share sale.

  • Has EM Selloff Bottomed Out? ETFs to Tap
    Zacks18 days ago

    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.

  • China A-Shares Demand Among Global Investors Increasing, UBS's Fang Says
    Bloomberg19 days ago

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

    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 ...

  • Reuters19 days ago

    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.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    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.

  • Latest MSCI China Inclusion Is Bigger Deal for Global Funds (2)
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Latest MSCI China Inclusion Is Bigger Deal for Global Funds (2)

    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. This time round there’s likely to be more turnover than the initial inclusion period three months ago, when about 35 billion yuan ($5 billion) in Chinese equities traded via Hong Kong, said Stephane Loiseau, head of cash equities and global execution services in Asia-Pacific at Societe Generale SA. Despite an escalating trade war between the U.S. and China, foreign money managers seem ready to head into a market that has slumped 18 percent this year, said Loiseau -- a sign that the long effort by authorities in Beijing to have their equities more fully integrated into the global financial system is starting to pay off.

  • Saudi Bulls Retreat After Aramco Letdown Adds to Shock Over Policy
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    Saudi Bulls Retreat After Aramco Letdown Adds to Shock Over Policy

    The Arab world’s biggest bourse is losing its appeal to foreigners just two months after it won inclusion in MSCI Inc.’s emerging-market index. Overseas money managers turned net sellers of Saudi stocks in six of the past eight weeks after MSCI said it will include the country in its emerging-market equity indexes starting June 2019. The selling in Saudi stocks by foreign investors has become more widespread, reflecting concerns “about stalling or even reversed reforms,” said Marshall Stocker, a Boston-based portfolio manager at Eaton Vance Corp. whose fund isn’t invested in the kingdom.

  • Aramco’s IPO Delay Could Be Good News for Riyadh Stocks
    Bloomberg25 days ago

    Aramco’s IPO Delay Could Be Good News for Riyadh Stocks

    While putting the oil giant’s market debut on hold has reduced Saudi Arabia’s likely profile on emerging-market equity indexes when the kingdom joins them next year, the decision has also removed a threat to investments in other Saudi stocks from what was set to be the world’s largest IPO. Listing Aramco would be “very positive long term, but at the time of the IPO, our biggest concern would be a drain of liquidity, because you would see a lot of investors selling off their shares in order to fund their applications for the IPO,” Fahd Iqbal, head of Middle East research at Credit Suisse Group AG, said in an interview with Bloomberg Television.

  • MSCI CEO Fernandez on Emerging Markets, Aramco IPO
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    MSCI CEO Fernandez on Emerging Markets, Aramco IPO

    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 ...

  • Aramco Shift From IPO to Sabic Stake a Smart Move, MSCI CEO Says
    Bloomberglast month

    Aramco Shift From IPO to Sabic Stake a Smart Move, MSCI CEO Says

    Henry Fernandez, MSCI Inc. chief executive officer, discusses Saudi Arabian Oil Co. 's change in focus to buying a strategic stake in chemical giant Saudi Basic Industries Corp., putting it's IPO on hold. ...

  • MSCI Says Saudi Arabia a Viable Market Even Without Aramco
    Bloomberg Video16 days ago

    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 Video19 days ago

    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 Video29 days 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.'