|Bid||67.81 x 800|
|Ask||67.82 x 1100|
|Day's Range||67.63 - 67.89|
|52 Week Range||60.48 - 73.65|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.16|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.69%|
We discuss certain Asian ETFs on the recent decline in Asian markets due to rising fears of global economic recession triggered by the escalating Sino-US trade war.
It is saying something that elections have been pulled off without a hitch in Thailand and Indonesia, and appear to be progressing in an orderly manner in India. House Republicans appear happy to wing President Donald Trump over the Mueller report, then let his presidency flap along. As a Brit by birth, I can only say I'm very glad to be on the Asian side of the earth, right now.
Asian markets were among the worst off in 2018 as trade tensions, U.S. interest rate hikes and China’s deleveraging policies sent investors running. However, now that the dust is settling, investors may ...
For the first time in nearly three decades, Pacific rim leaders were unable to reach agreement on a joint declaration regarding world trade at the Asia-Pacific Summit held in Papua New Guinea over the weekend. The world's two largest economies, the United States and China, refused to budge on language in a final statement. The United States wanted the declaration to use decisive wording about unfair trade practices, such as intellectual property theft and forced technology transfers, which it accuses China of engaging in.
Value investors who are looking for a deal should look to international ETFs as global stocks are now trading at their lowest valuations in over two years. Major indices in Europe, Japan, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Argentina and Canada are all trading in correction territory, or off at least 10% from a recent high, while the U.S. is testing that precipice of after a selloff last week wiped out all of the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average’s gains for the year, the Wall Street Journal reports. The selling and pessimism have also pushed the forward price-to-earnings ratio of the MSCI All Country World Index, which follows 23 developed and 24 emerging markets, to around 18, its lowest level since early 2016.