Indian shares seen opening lower ahead of RBI policy decision  2022/12/07 02:34:28 Yahoo Singapore
Indian shares were tipped to open slightly lower on Wednesday, ahead of a widely expected interest rate hike, with traders waiting for details on the central bank''s outlook in its fight against domestic inflation. India''s NSE stock futures listed on the Singapore Exchange were down 0.09% as of 7:38 a.m IST, while the MSCI''s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was 0.16% higher. The Reserve Bank of India is widely expected to raise rates by a smaller 35 basis points (bps), after three back-to-back 50-bps moves to tame stubbornly high inflation.
   Expect Chinese stocks to rally hard now that Beijing has set a ‘clear path’ to reopening, Morgan Stanley says  2022/12/06 13:36:02 Business Insider Nederlands
Morgan Stanley upgraded its outlook for China equities and expects a move toward ending zero-COVID controls to boost stocks. Hong Kong''s Hang Seng index could rally 13% from its current level by the end of 2023, strategists said. Major Chinese cities including Shanghai and Shenzhen started easing lockdown measures earlier this month. China looks like a tempting investing option again with policymakers moving toward an economic reopening, according to Morgan Stanley. The easing of zero-COVID controls that started earlier this month will likely boost earnings, the US bank said, upgrading Chinese stocks to an ''overweight'' rating against emerging markets for the first time since the pandemic started ravaging the global economy in March 2020. "Multiple positive developments alongside a clear path set toward reopening warrant an upgrade and index target increases for China," a team of strategists led by Laura Wang wrote in a research note published Sunday. Cities across China including Shanghai and Shenzhen eased their Covid-19 testing requirements last week, which many analysts believe signals that Beijing is shifting toward ending its harsh "zero-COVID" pandemic policies in favor of an economic reopening.
   MSCI touts green bond carbon footprinting tool as long-sought solution  2022/12/02 14:50:00 EnvironmentalFinance
An MSCI portfolio emissions tracking tool has been billed as the ''greenness'' metric the green bond market has sought since inception, with the firm arguing it could "transform" green bond financed emissions accounting and investment processes.
   Is Haleon plc (HLN) a Good Investment Avenue?  2022/12/02 03:32:20 Insider Monkey
Aristotle Capital Management, LLC, an investment management company, released its “International Equity Fund” third quarter 2022 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. In the third quarter, the fund returned ‐7.90% gross of fees, compared to a ‐9.36% return for the MSCI EAFE Index and ‐9.91% return for the MSCI ACWI ex USA […]
   Asian shares tentative ahead of US payrolls data, dollar nurses losses  2022/12/02 01:48:19 Channel NewsAsia
SYDNEY : Asian shares were flat and Treasuries held onto gains on Friday ahead of the U.S. non-farm payrolls data, the next big test for investors looking for more signs of a shift from the Federal Reserve, while the dollar nursed heavy losses. MSCI''s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lo
   Ron Baron Comments on MSCI  2022/08/02 21:03:14 GuruFocus
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   $100 Invested In This Stock 10 Years Ago Would Be Worth $1,400 Today  2022/08/02 19:09:01 Benzinga
MSCI (NYSE: MSCI ) has outperformed the market over the past 10 years by 18.71% on an annualized basis producing an average annual return of 30.03%. Currently, MSCI has a market capitalization of $38.74 billion. Buying $100 In MSCI: If an … Full story available on
   Global Markets Slump With Terrified Traders Tracking Pelosi''s Next Move  2022/08/02 12:05:30 Zero Hedge
Global Markets Slump With Terrified Traders Tracking Pelosi''s Next Move Forget inflation, stagflation, recession, depression, earnings, Biden locked up in the basement with covid, and everything else: today''s it all about whether Nancy Pelosi will start World War 3 when she lands in Taiwan in 3 hours. US stocks were set for a second day of declines as investors hunkered down over the imminent (military) response by China to Pelosi''s Taiwan planned visit to Taiwan, along with the risks from weakening economic growth amid hawkish central bank policy. Nasdaq 100 contracts were down 0.7% by 7:30a.m. in New York, while S&P 500 futures fell 0.6% having fallen as much as 1% earlier. 10Y yields are down to 2.55% after hitting 2.51% earlier, while both the dollar and gold are higher. Elsewhere around the world, Europe''s Stoxx 600 fell 0.6%, with energy among the few industries bucking the trend after BP hiked its dividend and accelerated share buybacks to the fastest pace yet after profits surged.
   Risk-off mood hits European shares; Sino-US tensions weigh  2022/08/02 08:57:32 Business Recorder
European shares fell on Tuesday as weak global factory data fanned economic slowdown fears, while markets were on edge as U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi was expected to visit Taiwan. The pan-European STOXX 600 slid 0.6% in morning trade. Pelosi was set to visit Taiwan on Tuesday, three sources said, as the United States said it wouldn’t be intimidated by Chinese threats to never “sit idly by” if she made the trip to the self-ruled island claimed by Beijing. “After the best month for Stoxx 600 in July, European equities are giving back some of those gains to kick off August suggesting the rally was slightly overdone,” Victoria Scholar, head of investment at Interactive Investor, said. “Although Pelosi’s visit could create a deeper strain between Beijing and Washington it is unlikely to result in actual military conflict.” Global markets were jittery, with MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares ex-Japan down 1.3%, while U.S. futures pointed to a lower open. Energy stocks drag European shares lower, reversing earlier gains In Europe, semiconductor stocks such as ASML Holding, ASM International, BE Semiconductor and STMicroelectronics fell between 0.6% and 3.6%. “Most of the chip production happens in Asia.
   SGX Nifty down 80 points; here''s what changed for market while you were sleeping  2022/08/02 02:40:28 Economic Times India
Asian stocks opened in deep red on Tuesday on fresh geopolitical worries after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi''s potential visit to Taiwan sparked fresh tensions between China and the United States. MSCI''s index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down by 1.49 per cent.
   Listen In: Can dividend, strong Q3 numbers spark a rally in ITC?  2022/02/04 03:32:06 Economic Times India
Asian stocks opened nearly flat before giving up the gains on Friday as investors digested sharp selloffs on Wall Street. Those resuming the trade after a lunar new year break were trading higher. MSCI''s index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up by 0.58 per cent.
   SGX Nifty down 25 points; here''s what changed for market while you were sleeping  2022/02/03 02:57:44 Economic Times India
Asian stocks, opened lower on Thursday, bucking the Wednesday''s gains in the US stocks, as investors'' worries grew over the intensifying crisis in Ukraine. MSCI''s index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up by 0.23 per cent.
   MSCI Non-GAAP EPS of $2.51 beats by $0.02, revenue of $549.8M beats by $9.7M  2022/01/27 11:52:48 Seeking Alpha
MSCI press release (MSCI): Q4 Non-GAAP EPS of $2.51 beats by $0.02.Revenue of $549.8M (+23.9% Y/Y) beats by $9.7M.Q4 operating margin of 51.0%; adjusted EBITDA margin…
   Asian stocks surge as China cuts key mortgage rate  2022/01/20 03:03:55 CNBC TV18
China''s blue-chip CSI300 index rose 0.7 percent on Thursday morning and Hong Kong''s Hang Seng surged over 1.4 percent. The rise in Chinese shares boosted MSCI''s broadest index of Asian shares outside Japan, which added 0.54 percent.