Event

Insights for actionable asset allocation—​Chicago, May 16

FTSE Multi-Asset Composite index series

A new choice in multi-asset benchmark solutions

Announcement

FTSE Russell and Sustainalytics partner to create new ESG indexes based on the Russell US indexes

New green real estate indexes

Introducing FTSE EPRA Nareit Green Indexes

FTSE Chinese Green Bond Index Series

Representing the world’s second largest green bond market

Research & Insights

FTSE Russell China Bond Research Report Q1 2019

The May 2019 report provides recent insights on the China Bond market including performance of the FTSE Russell China Bond Indexes.

Accessing the China A-shares market via minimum-variance investing

In the last 10 years, the concept of the minimum-variance (MV) portfolio has successfully evolved from an academic topic of discussion to an implementable investment theme. Currently, a significant number of investment mandates or products have embraced the concept and allocated financial resources to MV investing.

Press Releases

FTSE Russell launches US Municipal Bond Index

FTSE Russell today announced the launch of the FTSE Municipal Tax-Exempt Investment-Grade Bond Index. The index tracks the market for tax-exempt US dollar-denominated bonds issued by municipalities domiciled in the US and US territories with an investment grade credit rating. The index is a new barometer for this large and diverse fixed income market, which is compact by design to allow for ease of replication, without compromising representativeness.

FTSE Russell announces results of first Fixed Income Country Classification Review

Market Accessibility Levels now assigned to all fixed income markets tracked by FTSE World Government Bond Index (WGBI), FTSE Emerging Markets Government Bond Index (EMGBI) and regional government indexes FTSE Fixed Income Country Classification Framework was introduced earlier this year to enhance transparency of the review process and technical criteria used to assess accessibility of markets...

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