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Multi-factor indexes from global index provider FTSE Russell that underlie three ETFs from SSGA help illustrate the key characteristics that have enabled certain US large-cap stocks to experience higher returns than the US large-cap market in January, largely continuing performance trends exhibited in 2016. According to FTSE Russell, two of its series of three focused factor indexes, which a...
By: Mat Lystra, Senior Research Analyst
US election day on November 8 produced an outcome that was something of a surprise to markets around the world—but the markets' response indicates this was a surprise with plenty of potential upside for US companies. The US equity markets and small cap stocks in particular, responded by posting the largest post-election gains in recent history. By examining the post-election performance by sector, we can get a closer look at what drove the “Trump bump”. What happened, and is the post-election bump sustainable?
As China continues to open its markets to international investors, FTSE Russell is pleased to confirm the launch of two new benchmark indexes for China A-shares stocks. The FTSE China A Innovative Enterprise Indexes will provide a benchmark for the fast-growing ChiNext stocks listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
FTSE Russell recently announced the introduction of the FTSE TMX Canada NVCC Bond Index, the first standalone index of its kind designed for Canadian investors to specifically track the issuance and performance of Non-Viable Contingent Capital (NVCC) securities.