|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||33.85 - 33.93|
|52 Week Range||27.72 - 39.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.22|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.50%|
Shares in Shanghai and Hong Kong fell back after early gains after an industry association reported that auto sales fell nearly 16% in China from a year earlier, the eighth straight month of declines.
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.
China's debt-saddled HNA Group Co Ltd [HNAIRC.UL] cancelled its A$280 million ($200 million/157.07 million pounds) purchase of an Australian logistics business on Monday, with the seller citing cashflow problems at the conglomerate among reasons for the deal's collapse. HNA's unsolicited offer for Automotive Holdings Group Ltd's (AHG.AX) refrigerated trucking arm landed last November, at the tail end of the firm's $50 billion two-year acquisition spree and just as concerns about its financing costs began to surface. The unwinding of the offer, which included HNA assuming an additional A$120 million in debt on top of the purchase price, comes as those worries have intensified and as HNA has been offloading global assets to settle its debts.
DWS, a major asset manager and issuer of exchange-traded funds, said it's lowering fees on two of its China ETFs and giving one of those funds a new investment objective. The Xtrackers CSI 300 China A-Shares ...
To help investors capitalize on the MSCI's index changes to its China allocations, DWS has revamped one of its China ETFs to track the new indexing changes that now includes mainland A-shares. On Monday, DWS announced that the Xtrackers CSI 300 China A-Shares Hedged Equity ETF (ASHX) will now be changed to the Xtrackers MSCI China A Inclusion Equity ETF (ASHX) and will switch its underlying index to the MSCI China A Inclusion Index.
DWS today announced that the Xtrackers CSI 300 China A-Shares Hedged Equity ETF (NYSE Arca: ASHX) will change its name to Xtrackers MSCI China A Inclusion Equity ETF and will switch its underlying index to the MSCI China A Inclusion Index. The new index is designed to track the progressive partial inclusion of A shares in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index over time.
Investors may not be properly allocated to international markets, especially toward China, the second largest economy in the world. Nevertheless, with targeted exchange traded funds, anyone can shore up ...
The European Union is expected to explore counter-measures under World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules after the United States imposed 10 percent tariffs on aluminium imports, Europe's trade body for the metal said on Monday. "We expect the EU to initiate a safeguard measures investigation as soon as possible within WTO rules," European Aluminium said in an email. "Redirection can come from several markets including Russia, Middle East, China and others.