CNXT - VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC SME-ChiNext ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
+0.14 (+0.61%)
At close: 3:47PM EST
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Previous Close22.09
Bid20.0000 x 1000
Ask0.0000 x 1300
Day's Range22.10 - 22.25
52 Week Range20.35 - 37.10
Avg. Volume8,496
Net Assets15.73M
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD Return-39.48%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.38
Expense Ratio (net)0.82%
Inception Date2014-07-23
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  • ETF Trends6 days ago

    Lower Fees For a Pair of China ETFs

    Among the first fee reductions for exchange traded funds in 2019 are a pair of China funds. In a statement out Thursday, VanEck said it is reducing the expense ratios on the VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC SME-ChiNext ...

  • Business Wire10 days ago

    VanEck Lowers Expense Ratio for VanEck Vectors® ChinaAMC CSI 300 ETF (PEK®) and VanEck Vectors® ChinaAMC SME-ChiNext ETF (CNXT®)

    VanEck announced today that it is lowering the expense ratio for its VanEck Vectors® ChinaAMC CSI 300 ETF and its VanEck Vectors® ChinaAMC SME-ChiNext ETF .

  • What Could Help China’s Economic Growth in 2019?
    Market Realist19 days ago

    What Could Help China’s Economic Growth in 2019?

    My answer would be that there are other fiscal and regulatory steps that China is taking that I believe will be net stimulative. To oversimplify the world economy, there are essentially two engines driving it: China and the U.S. If the Chinese growth rate does start to look a little bit more attractive six to twelve months from now or if the U.S. starts pushing forward, then I think that should help on the margin for commodity demand. Looking beyond China, an interesting change has happened to the correlation between stocks and bonds in the U.S. This correlation has started to trend upwards.

  • How Is Economic Growth Looking for China in 2019?
    Market Realist20 days ago

    How Is Economic Growth Looking for China in 2019?

    Looking forward, investors should get 8-10% GDP growth out of their minds, as I think China will more realistically see GDP growth closer to 4-5%. Policies that help SOEs tend to be negative for China’s private companies as well as for foreign private companies doing business in China. The direction of China’s economic policy has been uncertain, but in the last couple months, President Xi has signaled that he understands that private enterprise generates most of the jobs in China.

  • Advice for 2019: Don’t Fight the People’s Bank of China
    Market Realist20 days ago

    Advice for 2019: Don’t Fight the People’s Bank of China

    “Don’t fight the Fed” is an old investing mantra, suggesting that investments should align with the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies instead of against them. In China, I think stocks fell as a result of the deleveraging in its economy that started a year or two earlier. While there is a lot of time spent talking about short-term things like trade tensions and politics, my view is that we should really look at liquidity—that is, what central banks are doing to the markets.

  • ETF Trendslast month

    10 Worst Performing ETPs of 2018

    The sudden bout of volatility that gripped the markets this year has been far reaching, touching all corners of the globe and ETF markets. Among the worst performing non-leveraged ETFs of the year, the ...

  • Is China Opening Doors to Its Bond Market?
    Market Realistlast month

    Is China Opening Doors to Its Bond Market?

    Among the subjects of foreign bond investor scrutiny is the settlement process for trades and a general wariness of local credit ratings in China’s bond market, as well as an uptick in defaults amid the country’s ongoing deleveraging drive. In addition, frequent trading halts due to volatility have caused uneasiness for overseas equity investors. Read the full report to learn more about China’s changing policies, inclusion in equity and bond indices, and opportunities to access its markets.

  • Why China Is Deliberately Slowing Its Growth
    Market Realistlast month

    Why China Is Deliberately Slowing Its Growth

    China is being deliberate in its approach to market liberalization in part to avoid dramatic swings in capital flows, which could add significant volatility to both financial markets and economic growth. China (FXI)(CNXT) has been shifting its focus from an export-driven, low-cost manufacturing economy to a consumer-led growth economy. The transition to the new economy was expected to support China’s growth.

  • Opportunities for Investors in China in 2019
    Market Realistlast month

    Opportunities for Investors in China in 2019

    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.

  • 3 China ETFs Least-Affected by Trade Tensions in 2018
    Zackslast month

    3 China ETFs Least-Affected by Trade Tensions in 2018

    These China ETFs have been least hurt by trade tensions in 2018.

  • ETF Trends2 months ago

    China ETFs Rally on Trade Truce with the U.S.

    China country-specific exchange traded funds were among the best performers Monday after President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to a cease-fire in the trade war that gripped global ...

  • Business Wire2 months ago

    VanEck Announces Preliminary Yearend Distribution Estimates for VanEck Vectors Equity ETFs

    VanEck announced today preliminary yearend distribution estimates for its VanEck Vectors® equity exchange-traded funds.

  • ETF Trends4 months ago

    China ETFs Could Strengthen as FTSE Russell Set A-Shares Inclusion

    Following on the heels of MSCI's decision to raise Chinese mainland stock exposure in its benchmark international indices, FTSE Russell also promoted China A-shares to emerging market status, fueling further demand for Chinese equity exposure and potentially enhancing country-related exchange traded funds. FTSE Russell promoted China A-Shares to Secondary Emerging market status following its September 2018 annual country classification review. "FTSE Russell is pleased to announce that the China A Shares market will be promoted to Emerging Markets status and included in FTSE’s global equity benchmarks from June 2019.

  • ETF Trends4 months ago

    China ETFs: MSCI Considers Upping A-Shares Exposure in Global Indices

    Chinese equities and China A-shares ETFs could gain momentum as MSCI Inc. considers sharply raising the importance of mainland Chinese stocks in its benchmark global indices next year. MSCI has proposed plans to raise mainland-listed China company stock weights to 2.8% for the widely observed MSCI Emerging Index by August 2019 and 3.4% by May 2020, compared to 0.7% now, the Wall Street Journal reports.

  • Business Wire7 months ago

    VanEck Announces Revised Net Asset Value Information for VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC China Bond ETF, VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC CSI 300 ETF, and VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC SME-ChiNext ETF

    VanEck announces the net asset value per share of the below exchange traded funds was restated as shown below:

  • 5 ETFs to Avoid as China Stocks Tumble to a 2-Year Low
    Zacks7 months ago

    5 ETFs to Avoid as China Stocks Tumble to a 2-Year Low

    As trade war escalates, China stocks tumble to a two-year low: Which ETFs are affected?

  • ETF Trends8 months ago

    China ETFs in the Spotlight as A-Shares Debut on MSCI Indices

    Chinese markets and country-related exchange traded funds were in the limelight Monday as index provider MSCI added China A-shares to its emerging market benchmark Friday. The KraneShares CSI China Internet ...

  • ETF Trends9 months ago

    China A-Shares ETFs to Capitalize on MSCI’s Index Changes

    Index provider MSCI will increase its exposure to China in many of its major indices, causing many money managers to re-adjust their China exposure and potentially raising demand for Chinese shares. Exchange traded fund investors can also capitalize on the move with country-specific plays focused on mainland China A-shares. At the beginning of June, MSCI will for the first time add 222 domestic Chinese stocks, or A-shares, to its emerging market and global indices, reports Kate Beioley for the Financial Times.

  • ETF Trends10 months ago

    China ETFs Rebound on Easing Trade Talk Fears

    China ETFs were among the best performers Monday as traders jumped on the cheaper market in response to speculation that the U.S. and China are engaging in trade talks. On Monday, the VanEck Vectors ChinaAMC ...