CHIX - Global X MSCI China Financials ETF

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
+0.10 (+0.58%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close17.99
Bid16.59 x 1100
Ask18.60 x 1000
Day's Range18.04 - 18.15
52 Week Range14.29 - 19.14
Avg. Volume158,653
Net Assets100.05M
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD Return18.67%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.26
Expense Ratio (net)0.65%
Inception Date2009-12-11
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  • ETF Trends4 months ago

    Global X Debuts 6 New China ETFs on NYSE

    A combination of market volatility in U.S. equities and an impending U.S.-China trade deal signals a perfect time for investors to obtain emerging markets exposure via the largest EM economy and the second ...

  • PR Newswire4 months ago

    Global X Funds Expands International Offering to Include Full Suite of China Sector ETFs and Access to China Large-Caps

    NEW YORK , Dec. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Global X Funds, the New York -based provider of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), today announced the launch of six China -focused ETFs, including five China Sector ...

  • ETF Trends4 months ago

    Areas of Value That ETF Investors Should Look Into

    Despite the bout of market volatility, investors should not totally forsake investing in the markets and ETFs all together, but people should consider options to safely ride out the environment ahead. "I think you can't take your eye off the ball, and the ball is long-term investing," Jon Maier, SVP and Chief Investment Officer for Global X, said at the Charles Schwab IMPACT 2018 conference. After the year of volatility, there are a number of markets that have been battered and beaten down, which may be a buying opportunity for long-term investors to get in on the cheap.

  • ETF Trends5 months ago

    China Financial ETFs: Stable, Bargain Bin Play?

    As investors look for opportunities after the pullback, with some turning the emerging market countries like China, some may consider Chinese financial companies and related country-specific exchange traded funds for a more stable approach to the developing economy. According to State Street Global Advisors, cheap valuations and a government that can easily bail out pockets of China’s financial sector from instability makes the country’s bank stocks a buy, Bloomberg reports. Olivia Engel, chief investment officer of active quantitative equity at State Street Global Advisors, argued that Chinese banks provide return-on-equity levels as high as any other segment in the emerging markets.