Beta managers, this is your new benchmark

For advisers running a global asset allocation model, it seems there's never been a good benchmark. Well, beta managers, Morgan Stanley Capital International's Global Capital Markets Index may be the solution for you.

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    A street sign for Wall Street hangs in front of the New York Stock Exchange. Brown suggests the new MSCI index may be a good benchmark for managers of global portfolios.
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