|Day's Range||61.65 - 62.19|
|52 Week Range||46.65 - 62.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.64%|
South Africa’s ETF may be up today, but the U.S.-listed shares of energy producer Sasol (SSL) are down, falling 0.6% in recent market action. Over the weekend, Barron’s weighed in heavily on South Africa. ...
The warning shot Barron’s fired over South Africa doesn’t seem to be scaring investors away from the iShares MSCI South Africa exchange-traded fund (EZA). The fund is up almost 1.5% today to a recent $58.03 ...
Emerging Markets Not much has changed in South Africa despite an investor tantrum that followed the firing of a respected finance minister and a downgrade of its hard-currency sovereign debt to junk status. South African President Jacob Zuma, who was the focus of a massive corruption inquiry published last fall, sacked finance chief Pravin Gordhan on March 30, replacing him with a little-known loyalist. The combined events knocked 11% off both the rand and the iShares MSCI South Africa exchange-traded fund (EZA) over two weeks, though they have bounced back a bit.