As FTSE Russell begins preparations for its upcoming annual Russell US Indexes Reconstitution, FTSE Russell reviewed performance for the US large-cap Russell 1000 Index and US small-cap Russell 2000 Index since last year's Russell rebalance in various time periods.
At the open of March 18, 2019, FTSE Russell’s semiannual rebalance of its flagship global equity indexes, the FTSE Global Equity Index Series (FTSE GEIS) and derived indexes, including the well- known FTSE All-World® Index, will take effect.
As the old saying goes, birds of a feather flock together. According to new insight from Tabb Group, CME and FTSE Russell, this has also been true in US equity market indexes during times of market stress.
By Rolf Agather, managing director, North America research
I recently spoke to a room full of financial planners and advisors at the Inside ETFs industry conference in Florida. Based on my experience with market indexes—which form the basis of exchange traded funds, or ETFs—I offered some ideas on portfolio construction, or rather deconstruction.
FTSE Russell today announced the 2019 schedule for the annual reconstitution of its Russell US Indexes. The Russell annual index rebalance process, closely watched by market participants, is designed to capture and reflect market shifts from the past year to ensure the Russell US indexes continue to accurately reflect the US equity market.
No changes to the constituents of the STI
FTSE Russell announces that there will be no changes to the constituents of the Straits Times Index (STI), following the March quarterly review.
The STI reserve list, comprising the five highest ranking non-constituents of the STI by market capitalisation, will be (in order of size) Mapletree Commercial Trust, Suntec REIT,...
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