|Day's Range||27.85 - 27.94|
|52 Week Range||24.72 - 41.80|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.94%|
Egypt's central bank raised its interest rates to curb the inflation threat faced by the country.
A popular uprising that began in Tunisia and Egypt seven years ago, calling for an end to corruption and the creation of economic opportunities, has yet to achieve these goals. For a familiar reason: the new regime used the old mechanisms to advance its own interests.
Emerging market equity funds absorbed fresh money for the 12th time in 14 weeks, EPFR Global fund flow data for the seven days ended April 12 show. Assessing money coming in and leaving exchange-traded and mutual funds, trends for the weekly period show Asia was a draw, but investors soured on Turkey on a net basis. EPFR's Cameron Brandt et al write: "... Flows into EPFR Global-tracked Emerging Markets Equity Funds held up during the seven days ending April 12 despite the heightened tensions stemming from Syria's civil war and North Korea's nuclear saber-rattling.