Global Equity Indexes
Considering selecting or switching your benchmark?
FTSE Russell offers a broad range of cap-weighted global benchmarks designed to provide exposure to the broad market, particular region, asset class or style you seek.
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.
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.
US Equity Indexes
Does your US equity exposure contain gaps or overlaps?
Our modular index construction allows investors to track current and historical U.S. market performance by specific market segment or investment style with no gaps or overlaps.
By: Tom Goodwin, Senior Research Director The idea of investing in high-quality stocks goes back at least to Graham and Dodd. “Quality” is hard to define, but has evolved to mean a combination of high return on assets, low leverage and low earnings variability. The quality concept has been employed in active management for some time but only recently has the quality factor been incorp...
Index IDEA: FTSE Russell Examines US Market Performance in Presidential Election Years Since 1980 Coming off the worst January since 2009, US markets have the constant news barrage that comes with a presidential election cycle in addition to heightened global equity market volatility to contend with as we begin 2016. For historical perspective, global index provider FTSE Russell recently examine...
FTSE Russell, the global index provider, announced today that it has opened a new office in Mexico City, headed by David Estefan, a senior international industry professional....
FTSE Russell, the global index provider, today announces changes following the December 2015 FTSE4Good Index Series and ESG ratings semi-annual review. The December semi-annual review sees 40 new companies being added to the FTSE4Good Global Index, while 32 companies are being removed....