|Bid||60.18 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1300|
|Day's Range||66.74 - 67.69|
|52 Week Range||61.01 - 77.54|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.86|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.31%|
Like many market participants, J.P. Morgan (JPM) also feels that China (MCHI) needs to do much more to stimulate its economy. As reported by CNBC, J.P. Morgan asset management’s global market (ACWI) strategist, Hannah Anderson, said China needs “a little more aggressive easing” than its government has done so far. Goldman Sachs (GS) recently cut its outlook on metals (XME) due to China’s deceleration.
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In a new report, we examine the growing opportunities for investors to gain exposure to China’s equity and bond markets, from key policy changes to their inclusion in equity and fixed income benchmarks. China’s economic engine accounts for roughly a fifth of global output, yet foreign investors own a mere fraction of the mainland markets’ stocks and bonds due to years of restrictive government policies. The progress has given global index providers more confidence to include mainland China stocks and government bonds in benchmarks.
It has been a decade since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. While governments loosened their purse strings, central banks also took a dovish approach by lowering interest rates and using other monetary policy tools. Fast forward to 2018, the tools available for central banks and governments look limited.
China (FXI) is the world’s biggest copper importer. Copper mining is concentrated in Latin America, and companies including Freeport-McMoRan (FCX), Antofagasta (ANTO), and BHP Billiton (BHP) operate copper mines in the region. Copper prices are seen as an indicator of global economic activity (ACWI).
DAVID SCHASSLER: Each fund, if you think about each fund independently, they share one common philosophy, and that’s there’s certain periods when investors want to be invested, which is most of the time. The neutral allocation is 60% in stocks, 40% in bonds.
Could Spike in Volatility Make Emerging Market Growth Stumble? The emerging markets sell-off has continued in recent weeks, as the U.S. dollar remains strong amid domestic economic data that supports a case for higher U.S. interest rates. Many emerging markets local currencies have been severely impacted, particularly those of more vulnerable countries and where political risk is rising.