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VanEck Vectors EM High Yield Bond ETF (HYEM)


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24.74-0.02 (-0.08%)
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Previous Close24.76
Open24.78
Bid0.00 x
Ask0.00 x
Day's Range24.71 - 24.79
52 Week Range23.02 - 24.89
Volume90,400
Avg. Volume181,873
Net Assets372.93M
NAV24.86
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield5.91%
YTD Return5.05%
Beta (3y)0.24
Expense Ratio (net)0.40%
Inception Date2012-05-08
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  • Barrons.com9 days ago

    Venezuela: Cops Ready To Walk, Bonds Investors Wait

    Among the roughly 100,000 national security officers protecting the Venezuelan government by squelching street violence, there are signs of fatigue. The Wall Street Journal's  Anatoly Kurmanaev interviewed Venezuela cops on the condition of anonymity, and concluded many are demoralized and exhausted -- and that those protesting against the government are resilient despite limited means. One national police officer who spoke with The Journal in Caracas said: "One day I will step aside and just walk away, blend into the city ... No average officers support this government anymore." Rising violence and death in the streets are the sad signs that bond investors are watching as they handicap the possibility that President Nicolas Maduro could step aside or be thrown out.