|Bid||19.82 x 1100|
|Ask||19.96 x 1300|
|Day's Range||19.97 - 19.97|
|52 Week Range||15.60 - 22.28|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.96|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.60%|
China released its second-quarter figures on Monday, which revealed that its economy slowed to 6.2 percent, which represents its weakest rate in at least 27 years. The primary culprit for the slowdown ...
With Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell paving the way for rate cuts during his testimony to Congress, China's central bank could essentially follow suit as it must react to its slowing economy. “If the Fed does go ahead and cut rates, which I don’t think is a given ... it simply means the PBoC has a little breathing room to see if the policies it has implemented have an impact on the real economy,” said Hannah Anderson, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management. The Chinese economy is languishing amid a trade war with the U.S. Looser monetary policy would put less pressure on China’s central bank to ease monetary policy.
In particular, investors have had a penchant for A-Shares the last 12 to 18 months, which represent China's biggest and best equities. Furthermore, they represent pure-play opportunities as China continues to expand access to its markets. Eugene Qian, president of UBS Securities, said that an estimated $70 billion “should come into A shares by the end of the year." Of course, a tangible trade deal could even mean more interest in Chinese shares.
Investing overseas requires a lot of strategic planning, especially given the vast array of opportunities. That’s where the assistance of market experts like Luke Oliver, Head of U.S. ETF Capital Markets ...
Markets opened the second quarter of 2019 on an upbeat mood thanks to progress in trade talks, manufacturing revival in the United States and China, and hopes of a soft Brexit.
We are presenting a bunch of top performing ETFs of the first quarter with a solid Zacks ETF Rank 1 or 2 which are expected to outperform in the quarter ahead.
Many investors may be worrying about slowing growth of the Chinese economy. But government efforts and trade optimism bode well for ETFs.
As investors look to overseas markets to diversify their investment portfolios, China continues to be underrepresented, but one may look to China A-shares exchange traded funds to gain exposure to mainland Chinese stocks. On the recent webcast (available On Demand for CE Credit), China: Your Top Questions Answered by Industry Experts, Robert Bush, Director and ETF Strategist at DWS revealed the results of a recent survey of investor portfolio construction habits specific to emerging markets and China, and he found that the majority of investors allocate 10% or less of their overall portfolio to the developing markets. To help investors gain a better perspective on the size of the Chinese markets, Bush pointed to the upcoming full inclusion of Chinese A-shares, or Chinese mainland stocks, to the benchmark MSCI Emerging Market Index.