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MSCI has added four stocks to its Global Standard index, namely Tata Elxsi, Adani Power, Jindal Steel & Power and AU Small Finance Bank. Tata Elxsi is likely to see flows of $188 million, followed by $150 million each in Adani Power and Jindal Steel & Power, Edelweiss said in a note.MSCI has added four stocks to its Global Standard index, namely Tata Elxsi, Adani Power, Jindal Steel & Power and AU Small Finance Bank. Tata Elxsi is likely to see flows of $188 million, followed by $150 million each in Adani Power and Jindal Steel & Power, Edelweiss said in a note.

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KARACHI: Index provider MSCI Inc has made some changes in its constituent list while traders are hopeful that frontier market index will bring higher funds for Pakistan.MSCI in its semi-annual index...KARACHI: Index provider MSCI Inc has made some changes in its constituent list while traders are hopeful that frontier market index will bring higher funds for Pakistan.MSCI in its semi-annual index...

MSCI changes its constituent list of Pakistan stocks

Transfers Habib Bank Ltd to its Frontier Markets Pakistan Small-Cap Index in the half-yearly review.Transfers Habib Bank Ltd to its Frontier Markets Pakistan Small-Cap Index in the half-yearly review.

OGDC added to MSCI Pakistan Index - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Global provider of indexes makes announcement in Semi Annual ReviewGlobal provider of indexes makes announcement in Semi Annual Review

MSCI adds OGDC to Frontier Market Index

KARACHI: MSCI, a leading provider of critical decision support tools and services, announced the results of the...KARACHI: MSCI, a leading provider of critical decision support tools and services, announced the results of the...

MSCI’s May SAIR results unveiled: Pakistan’s weight reduced to around 1.0pc from 1.6pc - Business & Finance - Business Recorder

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The Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) is expected to announce its Semi Annual Review (SAIR) on May 12, 2022, where a total of 13 constituents from Pakistan are expected to be added to the MSCI FM 100 Index.The Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) is expected to announce its Semi Annual Review (SAIR) on May 12, 2022, where a total of 13 constituents from Pakistan are expected to be added to the MSCI FM 100 Index.

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May 13, 2022 (MLN): Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI), a leading provider of research-based indexes and analytics, has announced the addition of Oil & Gas Development Company (OGDC) and the deletion of Habib Bank Limited (HBL) from the constituent list of MSCI Frontier Market Index (FM). According to a note by Topline Securities, Pakistan has an estimated weight of around 1% in MSCI FM Index. Within MSCI small-cap index, Engro Polymer Chemicals (EPCL), Habib Bank (HBL) and Indus Motors Company Limited (INDU) have been added to the index. MSCI has not yet disclosed details on Pakistan's inclusion in MSCI FM 100 and MSCI FM 15% Country Capped Index which may be shared at a later stage, the note said. To recall, MSCI in its last quarterly review in Feb 2022 had notified that Pakistan is now eligible for inclusion in MSCI FM100 and MSCI FM 15% Country Capped Index.      Copyright Mettis Link News

MSCI: OGDC added, HBL removed from FM index - Mettis Global News

Read more about AU Small Finance Bank, Tata Elxsi and Adani Power soar on MSCI foray on Business Standard. From the Asia Pacific region, MSCI has added 48 stocks and deleted 76, with the most changes in ChinaFrom the Asia Pacific region, MSCI has added 48 stocks and deleted 76, with the most changes in China

AU Small Finance Bank, Tata Elxsi and Adani Power soar on MSCI foray | Business Standard News

May 10, 2022 (MLN): The Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) is slated to announce its Semi-Annual Review (SAIR) on 12th May 2022, wherein no change is expected in Pakistan’s MSCI Main Index. Despite all top three constituents not fulfilling the total market cap requirement of USD 1,189mn, there would be no change given the applicability of the buffer rule with LUCK, HBL and MCB accumulatively rendering Pakistan’s weight to arrive at 1.07%, Tahir Abbas, Head of Research at Arif Habib Limited in his research note said. In addition, MARI will not be part of the MSCI Pakistan index with a low FIF factor as the main culprit, despite fulfilling the total and free-float market cap requirement. In addition, MEBL, which was not part of the MSCI Pakistan Investable Market Index (IMI) as of Apr’22 (same case as OGDC), cannot be part of the MSCI Pakistan index, he added. MSCI will also unveil the constituents for the MSCI FM 100, where a total of 13 constituents from Pakistan are expected to be added. These companies include ENGRO, LUCK, HUBC, UBL, HBL, MCB, FFC, SYS, EFERT, MARI, MTL, PPL and POL with a cumulative weight of 4.05% in the index. The highest weighted constituent will be ENGRO (weightage of 0.43%) while the lowest weighted company will be POL (weight: 0.20%), the report underlined. To recall, Pakistan was added to MSCI FM100 and MSCI FM 15% country cap index with changes applicable from May’22 SAIR. The eligibility criteria for inclusion in MSCI FM 100 index for any security requires that it must not be subject to a limited investability factor, have above 10% annualized traded value ratio (ATVR) for the last 12-months, and has started trading at least 2 months prior to the index review. Meanwhile, it is pertinent to note that, said changes will become effective from June 1st 2022. Copyright Mettis Link News

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