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Indian firms in MSCI among oldest but things changing, shows data

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Goldman Sachs projects the average listing age for India to reduce going ahead as large new-age companies enter the public markets

Samie Modak Mumbai
The majority of stocks in the MSCI India index have been listed for more than 20 years — among the oldest in the Asia Pacific region. On the other hand, China’s frontline equity index is the "youngest" in the region with an average listing age of just nine years, shows an analysis done by Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research. The average listing age for most Asia Pacific ex-Japan equity markets is between 20 and 25 years. Goldman Sachs listing age is “a good proxy for change and innovation".

“The (MSCI India) index still remains dominated by financials and old-economy/traditional sectors. Lack

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First Published: Sep 28 2021 | 1:29 AM IST

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