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Small cap stocks outperforming large cap in 2014

Small cap stocks across a range of global regions have outperformed their large cap counterparts in 2014.
Small cap stocks across a range of global regions have outperformed their large cap counterparts in 2014.

Led by developed European markets, small cap stocks across a range of global regions have outperformed their large cap counterparts in 2014 as of Jan. 17, continuing a trend set in 2013, according to the report.

Russell Investments discloses this finding in the latest release of The Russell Global Index, a benchmark that measures the performance of the global equity market based on all investable equity securities. The Index includes more than 10,000 securities in 47 countries, and covers 98 percent of the investable global market.

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