|Day's Range||78.7000 - 78.8700|
|52 Week Range||65.7200 - 79.1400|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.63%|
Investors should consider population growth in their emerging market country allocations, fund provider WisdomTree says. Four nations with the lowest developing-market growth -- Poland, Russia, Taiwan ...
In previous eras of strength for emerging markets equities, the iShares MSCI Thailand Capped ETF (NYSE: THD ) was frequently a leader. That isn't the case this year as the lone Thailand exchange-traded ...
Emerging markets are a hot: as investments, the group has recouped losses since the spring of 2015, even though currency is a big risk to watch when cobbling together country exposure. With worries about U.S. protectionism diminished for now, here's their suggested investing strategy: They add: " ... since 2011, the MSCI Emerging Markets index is down 15% in U.S. dollar terms but up 9% in local currencies as foreign-exchange weakness weighed on the asset class. Importantly, the relationship between EM equity returns and EM FX is clearly positive, so macro country trends are a major driver of equity performance ..." They note that the U.S. dollar is stronger in real terms versus emerging market currencies, but is only halfway to prior peaks.