Green Revenues

Green Revenues

Are your investments exposed to the green economy?

FTSE Russell’s Green Revenues framework allows investors for the first time to accurately measure the world’s transition to a green economy.

Smart Beta & Factor Indexes

Seeking an index solution targeting specific risk factors?

A range of transparent benchmarks can be used by investors seeking to target specific risk factors, rules-based strategies or market segments, complementing traditional active and passive analysis.

China Indexes

Interested in exploring key opportunities in China?

FTSE Russell’s China Index Series cover all Chinese share types, multiple asset classes and investment themes including style, dividend yield, fundamentally weighted and property.

Equity Indexes

Looking for a clear view of the world’s markets?

FTSE Russell equity indexes are designed to provide an objective and comprehensive picture of the world’s markets.


Index IDEA: FTSE Russell & XTF highlight surging emerging market ETFs in 2016

Index IDEA: FTSE Russell & XTF highlight surging emerging market ETFs in 2016

More than $20 billion in new assets have flowed into exchange traded funds, or ETFs, measuring emerging markets in 2016 as of October 17, according to new analysis from global index provider FTSE Russell and ETF data and analytics provider XTF.

Capturing pricing anomalies: China A- and H-shares (part 1 of 2)

Capturing pricing anomalies: China A- and H-shares (part 1 of 2)

By: Eddie Pong, Director, Research and Analytics

The Chinese equity market has enjoyed enormous growth over the last two decades. This growth is partly originated when China permitted its State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) in 1992. Now, Chinese companies can choose to be listed on domestic exchanges (A-shares), the HKEx (H-shares) or both. If a company chooses to be dual-listed, what is the effect of the price differences in the foreign and domestic markets when the company is included in an index?

Press Releases

Tradeweb and FTSE Russell named as providers of Gilt and Treasury Bill end-of-day reference pricing by the UK Treasury

Tradeweb Markets, the leading global marketplace for electronic fixed income, derivatives and ETF trading, and FTSE Russell, the global index provider, today welcomed the decision by the UK Treasury naming Tradeweb and FTSE Russell as the joint future providers for end-of-day reference prices for Gilts and Treasury bills.

FTSE Russell Develops New Policy Benchmarks for Afore XXI-Banorte

FTSE Russell, the global index and data provider, in partnership through its FTSE TMX Global Debt Capital Markets cooperation agreement with Proveedor Integral de Precios (PiP), the leading multi-national price vendor in Latin America, today announced the development of a new set of policy benchmarks for Afore XXI-Banorte, the largest pension fund in Mexico.

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