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MSCI index breaks 910 points for first time in 13 months

MSCI index continued to rise through the past week’s trading sessions. The index rose during the last five sessions from 885.52 points to 910.08—an increase of 2.77%. This increase to 910.08 points is the highest level registered by the MSCI index since 15 July 2015. The MSCI index started the past week’s trading session approaching …

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MSCI continues moving sideways near 873.5 points over the last week

The MSCI index continued moving sideways for the second week in a row. It rose from 869.8 points to 873.5 points─an increase of 0.42%. The MSCI index closed early last week at 870 points, amid low trade volume. On the following day, the index broke 873 points. It kept moving upwards during Wednesday’s session, approaching …

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MSCI moves horizontally, approaches 870 points during week’s trading

The MSCI index has moved within a limited range during last week’s trading, increasing to 869.8 points from 867.84—a 0.23% increase. The performance of the index was moving horizontally during last week’s sessions after starting the week with increases, approaching 868 points during Monday’s session, then approaching 870 points during Tuesday’s session. MSCI managed to …

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MSCI achieves strong 4.7% increase in past week’s trading

MSCI index registered a remarkable increase of 4.7%, rising from 828.84 points to 867.84 points in last week’s trading. MSCI index rose 2.16% during Monday’s session and then decreased to 0.87% in Tuesday’s session. MSCI registered an increase of 0.27% in Wednesday’s session, then 1.12% and 0.22% increases on Thursday and Friday sessions respectively.

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China brushes off MSCI snub

China has shrugged off a decision by stock index firm MSCI to continue ignoring the country’s A shares in its influential global equities index, saying that the gauge cannot be complete without the Chinese stocks.

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Dubai Investments to lift foreign ownership cap to 35%

Reuters – Dubai Investments, a diversified manufacturer and investor in property, plans to increase the limit on foreign ownership of its shares to 35% of its total capital, the company said on Sunday. Foreign investors now hold 13.7% of Dubai Investments’ shares out of the total 20% allowed, bourse data shows. The firm’s shareholders, including …

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