Russell Global 1000™, Global 2000™ and Global 3000™ Indexes

The Russell Global 1000, Global 2000 and Global 3000 Indexes are highly liquid and tradable indexes derived from the Russell Global Index. The indexes are defined as follows:

Both sector and country neutral, these indexes are ideal market proxies for the true global opportunity set.

Key benefits

Broad and accurate market coverage.
The Russell Global 1000, 2000 and 3000 are based on the Russell Global Index — a comprehensive and representative global equity benchmark. Russell's global relative approach identifies large and small cap companies globally, regardless of country, to provide an accurate measurement of global performance.


Highly liquid.
Index constituents are subject to an additional two-step liquidity screen to ensure the Russell Global 1000, 2000 and 3000 represent a tradeable universe to be used as the basis of passive investment strategies.


Practical and replicable.
Due to their smaller baskets and enhanced liquidity, the Russell Global 1000, 2000 and 3000 Indexes provide replicable vehicles for trading and risk management tools such as ETFs, futures and options.


Modular and consistent.
Each index is constructed using a simple, transparent and objective methodology and can be made available in an ex-US version or in style versions such as Growth or Value.


Rigorously maintained.
Russell collects a broad range of data, including daily corporate actions, monthly share adjustments, quarterly IPO inclusions and annually reconstitutes each index to ensure they represent the true global opportunity set.


Created by experts.
With $5.2 trillion* in assets worldwide benchmarked to its indexes and clients in more than 35 countries, Russell combines global experience with expertise in equity index construction and manager evaluation to create world-class global investment tools.

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