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Russell US Index Series Monthly Review

DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS WHO REQUIRE TIMELY, COMPREHENSIVE AND RELIABLE MONTH-END DATA ON THE US STOCK MARKET.

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The PDF is available for download from our website typically in the first week of each month. Registered users are notified by email when it is published.

Helps Institutional Investors:
  • Understand the composition of the index series.
  • Observe the performance of the headline and sub-indexes within the family.
  • Monitor index structural changes on a month-by-month basis (including additions/deletions, name and classification changes and investability weight changes).
  • Access consistent monthly reference data at aggregate and constituent level quickly and easily.
Contents Include:
  • Comparative performance data for the benchmark indexes (Russell 1000®, Russell 2000®, Russell 2500™, Russell 3000®, Russell 3000E™, Russell Top 200®, Russell Midcap®, Russell Small Cap Completeness®, Russell Microcap®, Russell Top 50® Mega Cap), style valuation indexes and Russell Stability Indexes™.
  • Largest constituents by ICB Industry.
  • Individual constituent valuation, performance and volume data for Russell 1000®, Russell 2000® , Russell 3000® indexes.
Data is provided in USD.

* The Industrial Classification Benchmark (ICB) is a globally recognized standard for categorizing companies and securities, with approximately 75,000 securities worldwide classified by the system. See www.icbenchmark.com for more information.

Russell US Indexes
Russell US Indexes are the leading US equity benchmarks for institutional investors. This broad range of US indexes allow investors to track current and historical market performance by specific size, investment style and other market characteristics.

All Russell US Indexes are subsets of the Russell 3000© Index, which includes the well-known large cap Russell 1000© Index and small cap Russell 2000© Index.

The Russell US Indexes are designed as the building blocks of a broad range of financial products, such as index tracking funds, derivatives and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), as well as being performance benchmarks.