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Global X, the ETF issuer known for its lineup of unique international, income and commodities-related funds, plans to close seven of its ETFs, including two high-flying Brazil products. Among the funds ...
NEW YORK, Sept. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Global X Funds, the New York-based exchange-traded funds provider, today announced it will close the following funds: the Global X Brazil Mid Cap ETF (BRAZ), the Global X Brazil Consumer ETF (BRAQ), the Global X Guru® Activist Index ETF (ACTX), the Global X Guru® International Index ETF (GURI), the Global X Permanent ETF (PERM), the Global X Junior MLP ETF (MLPJ), and the Global X FTSE Andean 40 ETF (AND). Effective immediately, the Fund no longer will accept creation orders.
International stocks have been the real winners this year courtesy of cheap valuations and improving economic growth in many parts of the world.
Brazil's exports stood at $19.7 billion in May 2017, a 12.6% increase year-over-year, boosted by sales of semi-manufactured products and basic products.
Brazil’s (EWZ) economy is showing signs of improvement in 2017, and inflation is hovering around its target rate.
There are those who doubt whether focusing on BRIC—Brazil, Russia, India and China—is still a viable way of thinking about emerging market exposure. The larger these economies get, some say, the more correlated they become with developed markets, and the less off-the-charts growth opportunities they provide. But in the past 12 months, it’s BRIC that’s shinning. And not just among emerging markets.