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.

Blog

Index IDEA: Italian equity indexes decline in 2016 as Italy prepares for referendum vote

Index IDEA: Italian equity indexes decline in 2016 as Italy prepares for referendum vote

Indexes from FTSE Russell measuring the Italian equity market have declined significantly in 2016 as Italian voters prepare for the constitutional referendum to be held this Sunday, December 4.

Securities lending and the Russell 2000: May I borrow your small caps?

Securities lending and the Russell 2000: May I borrow your small caps?

By: Tom Goodwin, Senior Research Director

In a previous post, I examined the surprising historical tendency of small caps to outperform large caps in periods of slow economic growth. Given the current market climate, the small cap market segment may be worth a look.

Press Releases

FTSE SET Index Series December 2016 semi-annual review

FTSE Russell today announces that Berli Jucker is to be added, and Siam City Cement removed from the FTSE SET Large Cap Index, following the December 2016 semi-annual review.

Straits Times Index (STI) quarterly review

FTSE Russell announces that there will be no changes to the constituents of the Straits Times Index, following the December quarterly review.

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