Russell Midcap® Growth Index

Russell Midcap® Growth Index,

Russell Midcap® Growth Index:

  • An unorganized index that measures the performance of the mid-growth segment of the US equity universe, including the Russell Midcap Index, with companies with higher price / book value ratios and expected growth rates.

Literal Meanings of Russell Midcap® Growth Index

Growth:

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

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

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

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

  5. Increase in economic value or activity.

  6. Anything that grows or develops.

  7. Tumors or other abnormal formations.

  8. Grapes Grapes or grape crops A certain grade of wine or wine made from it

Sentences of Growth
  1. The development of the city 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 rate.

  6. As animals grow, these units can grow in size.

  7. The benefits of remediation include less irrigation and faster vegetation.

  8. This allows for faster growth than seed plants, which have limited food reserves.

  9. Unexpected growth and rapid increase in the number of vehicles are some of the main reasons.

  10. Therefore, larger plants have higher growth rates, lower mortality rates and higher leaf water capacity.

  11. What kind of plant has a pattern of growth and the size and shape you are looking for has full maturity.

Synonyms of Growth

cancer, development, expansion, cancerous growth, progress, magnification, augmentation, malignant growth, improvement, advance, spread, snowballing, springing up, multiplication, buildout, maturation, growing, ballooning, sprouting, shooting up, malignancy

Index:

Meanings of Index:
  1. Alphabetical list of names, articles, etc., usually at the end of the book, with reference to where it appeared

  2. For example title, article, author or other category of book or archive of documents. Alphabetical list in the library according to b.

  3. A series of items, each of which identifies a single record in the file and contains information about its address.

  4. An indication, mark or measure of something.

  5. A number in a system or scale that represents the average value of a given price, stock, or other item associated with a reference number.

  6. A number that indicates the size of a physical feature or other phenomenon by standards.

  7. A competitor or superscript or subscript attached to a set.

  8. An indicator of a device that indicates scale, scale position, etc.

  9. Symbol A pointer to a note.

  10. Save (name, title, etc.) to the index.

  11. Please enter an index.

  12. Automatically associate a price (price, salary, or other payment) with the price of the price index.

  13. One is rotated or moved from one position to another in order to perform (a machine or part of it) in a series.

Sentences of Index
  1. Graduation notes, bibliographies and indexes of names and subjects facilitate educational use and quick reference.

  2. The 648-page text is divided into 39 titles and articles, with 26 pages in each, in addition to the index of titles and names.

  3. Complete useful appendix, multiple references and article and name list list volume.

  4. The scroll was carefully and extensively commented on, including a historical table of former Iranian rulers, an electoral bibliography, and a 25-page list.

  5. A nine-page bibliography and an index of names and articles completes the book and helps make it accessible.

  6. First, the index lists all common names and genres, but the races within the race are not listed in all races.

Synonyms of Index

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