ACWI

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AcronymDefinition
ACWIAll Country World Index
ACWIAdvisory Committee on Water Information
ACWIAboriginal Centre of Winnipeg, Inc. (Canada)
ACWIAgricultural Clean Water Initiative Foundation (Sacramento, CA)
ACWIAmerican Chain of Warehouses, Inc. (Beacher, IL)
ACWIAir Combat Warfare International (Canada)
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Global Markets***MSCI All Country World Index -- ND***-7.4% ***12.0% ***-1.9% ***4.2%
A study done comparing the rolling averages of annualized volatility as of Aug 2011 revealed the S&P 500 volatility was the highest followed by the MSCI all country world index followed by the MSCI emerging market index.
The Global 100 Index has outperformed its benchmark (the MSCI All Country World Index) by close to a third with a cumulative return on investment of 163 percent to end of year 2017.
Premiums paid for this insurance product will be invested in FWD's new Global US Dollar Equity Index Fund which closely tracks the total return of the MSCI All Country World Index (MSCI ACWI).
Lubchenco says 74% of foreign large blend funds outperformed the All Country World Index excluding the U.S.
Across all markets in the world, there are about 8,500 publicly traded companies, and 6,000 or so of them are small, according to the All Country World Index (ACWI) of index publisher MSCI Inc.
The MSCI All Country World Index added 0.3 per cent at 10:10 am in London and European equities gained 0.4 per cent.
5 June 2013 -- INTECH Investment Management LLC said it has further broadened its absolute volatility product suite to include strategies benchmarked to the MSCI All Country World Index (ACWI).
The MSCI All Country World Index for Large Capitalized Companies rose 18 percent in the year to end-September as concerns about sovereign debt in advanced economies, particularly the euro zone, have eased and central banks have maintained highly accommodative policies by extending quantitative easing or expanding lending and stability funds.
The MSCI All Country World Index for Large Capitalised Companies rose 18 per cent in the year to end-September as concerns about sovereign debt in advanced economies, particularly the Eurozone, have eased and central banks have maintained highly accommodative policies by extending quantitative easing or expanding lending and stability funds.
The MSCI All Country World Index has slid this week after US jobs data missed forecasts, adding to signs global the economic growth may be slowing.