Definition

Russell 3000

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Launched in 1984, Russell 3000 is a stock market index that is operated by FTSE Russell. The index is designed to indicate the price movements/performance of the underlying 3000 largest listed companies in the USA. Usually, the stocks in this index include most of the listed companies in the country.

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