Russell 2000® Growth Index

Russell 2000® Growth Index,

Russell 2000® Growth Index:

  • An unregulated index that measures the performance of the small cap growth segment in the US equity world, including companies in the Russell 2000c index that have a high price-to-earnings ratio and projected growth rate.

Literal Meanings of Russell 2000® Growth Index


Meanings of Growth:
  1. The process of increasing body size.

  2. The process of physical, mental or spiritual maturity or development.

  3. The process of increasing quantity, value, or importance.

  4. Increase the number and distribution of small or micro-organisms.

  5. Increase in economic value or activity.

  6. Anything that grew or developed.

  7. Tumors or other abnormal formations.

  8. A vineyard or a special quality class or related grape crop.

Sentences of Growth
  1. Urban growth affects the local climate

  2. We found no difference in growth rate or individual size in terms of layer thickness.

  3. In particular, size and growth rate are complexly related to physical activity.

  4. They vary widely in age, size, growth rate and geographical area.

  5. The symptoms of aneurysm depend on its size and growth.

  6. These units have the potential to increase in size as animals grow.

Synonyms of Growth

rise, build-up, extension, mushrooming, broadening, malignant growth, germination, furtherance, ballooning, enlargement, development, amplification, advance, headway, advancement, proliferation, malignancy, maturation, thickening, augmentation, snowballing, sprouting, springing up, heightening, magnification, expansion, spread, multiplication, cancerous growth


Meanings of Index:
  1. An alphabetical list of names, articles, etc., usually with references to their events at the end of the book.

  2. List of alphabets by title, article, author, or any other collection of books or documents, such as any other category in the library.

  3. A set of items identifies one of the records in each file and contains information about your address.

  4. An indication, mark or measure of something.

  5. A number on a system or scale that represents the average price of a particular price, inventory, or item.

  6. A number that indicates a physical property or other measure of quality.

  7. Extender or other subscripts or superscripts were added to the set.

  8. Indicates the instrument that measures the scale, and so does the intensity.

  9. A hand gesture used to draw attention to a note.

  10. Enter the index.

Sentences of Index
  1. Endnotes, bibliographies, and name and article indicators facilitate educational use and instant reference.

  2. It consists of 648 pages of text, divided into 39 pages and articles, each with a 26-page thematic and designated index.

  3. Helpful appendix, lots of references, and list of articles and names complete this volume.

  4. Carefully commented on and extensively polished, it contains a historical table of former Iranian rulers, an electoral bibliography, and a 25-page index.

  5. A nine-page bibliography as well as a name and thematic index completes the book and makes it accessible.

  6. Previously, the index listed all common names and genera, but the species in the genus were not listed in all genera.

  7. About an hour has passed since this book was lost in the index pages.

  8. This book has an index of words and an index of names and subjects.

  9. Intuition found a mismatch between the 5,000-image and 40-page article index.

  10. The index and bibliography are also complete.

  11. On the one hand, this book contains a definitive bibliography and an index on the subject.

Synonyms of Index

indicator, evidence, catalogue, table of contents, hint, list, hand, sign, lead, listing, needle, finger, implication, directory, token, suggestion, intimation, signal, symptom, mark, clue, inventory, indication, marker