In the 15 months since Madhav V. Rajan took over the deanship of the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago, Booth has won yet another Nobel Prize for a faculty member and landed in first place in U.S.
Elon Musk wants to take Tesla Inc private, but some of his big investors may not be able to follow. Most passive funds would have to drop Tesla if it were removed from stock indexes, experts said on Monday.
For this report, Elsevier drew on its expertise in mining the Scopus abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature to comprehensively evaluate two gender-based aspects of the global research enterprise: (1) the landscape of global researchers—their publication productivity, imp
As CRSP celebrates 10 years of Investable Indexes, we look back on a most extraordinary year in the financial industry. In reviewing the state of the CRSP Market Indexes (“CRSPMI”) product suite, we want to put 2020 into historical perspective, and the following is a summary of notable events which utilize those CRSPMI benchmarks that most accurately represent the market, as well as the various capitalization and style metrics.
Assets under management linked to CRSP investable indexes rose to $1.64 trillion in August increasing by more than 5.7% comparing to previous month. CRSP-linked assets in ETFs posted gains of 6.7% growing to around $427 billion. Assets of CRSP-linked mutual funds grew to $1.2 trillion which exceeds last month level by about 5.4%.
CRSP developed the set of Sector Indexes in order to highlight industry segment-specific characteristics of all companies included in the CRSP US Total Market Index. Prior to June 2020 ranking, CRSP Sector Indexes used FTSE Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB®) to assign companies to the appropriate sector index.1 After June 2020 ranking, CRSP Sector Indexes will adopt the enhanced FTSE Industry Classification Benchmark (EICB).
Assets under management linked to CRSP investable indexes increased by 5.2% in July and reached $1.55 trillion. CRSP-linked assets in ETFs posted gains of over 6% in July growing to around $400 billion.