Confronting Market Volatility

In early October, global, U.S. and European equity markets fell as investors reacted to a slowdown in European growth.

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Managing Editor
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Reviewed by: Olly Ludwig
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Edited by: Olly Ludwig

In early October, global, U.S. and European equity markets fell as investors reacted to a slowdown in European growth. Throughout the period, MSCI's Minimum Volatility indexes reflected the downside protection that investors expected.

Join ETF.com, MSCI and iShares to take a closer look at the MSCI Minimum Volatility indexes, which are designed to reflect broad market performance with less risk in times of high volatility.

Agenda Topics:

  • Recent equity market volatility
  • Methodology and benefits of the MSCI Minimum Volatility indexes
  • iShares Minimum Volatility ETF Suite

Olly Ludwig is the former managing editor of etf.com. Previously, he was a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and an editor at Bloomberg News. Before that, Ludwig was a journalist at the Reuters News Agency in New York.