Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI), a global provider of equity, is planing to launch a cryptocurrency-focused indexes, Reuters reports, citing MSCI CEO, Henry Fernandez. According to Fernandez, MSCI already held talks with experts about its new indexes. However, it remains unclear on what cryptocurrencies indexes would focus.
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Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley found out that financial institutions might lose up to 8% of customer deposits due to a digital euro. The bank's analysts note that the estimation is based on "bear case" scenario, according to which, all euro area citizens above the age of 15 transferred ~$3,637 into an ECB-regulated digital wallet.
As iHodl earlier reported, S&P Dow Jones Indices, a division of US financial data provider S&P Global, also launched indexes based on bitcoin (EXANTE: Bitcoin), ether (ETH) and a basket of both cryptocurrencies. The indexes use data from partner firm Lukka, whose headquarters are in New York.
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