|Bid||111.51 x 100|
|Ask||112.89 x 100|
|Day's Range||112.50 - 113.02|
|52 Week Range||111.06 - 117.46|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.40%|
The recent weakness in the U.S. dollar and stronger EM currencies have helped bolster demand for emerging market assets, including bonds. Those themes are benefiting ETFs, such as the iShares J.P. Morgan ...
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Investors remain committed to emerging markets exchange traded funds. Inflows to ETFs, such as the iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (NYSEArca: IEMG) and the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (NYSEArca: ...
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BRICs was the buzzword for emerging market investors in the early part of this century, with strategists extolling the prospects for rapid economic growth in Brazil, Russia, India and China. Many of the Fragile Five, which included India and Indonesia, are in better shape now, while emerging market debt has had a strong run this year. "The five are ‘fab’ because they are high yielders and net commodity exporters, which means their local bonds are expected to benefit from higher commodity prices," De Silva writes.
Investors have poured $65 billion into emerging market debt funds so far this year, marking the strongest run in history for the asset class. In fact, only three weeks of the year have seen outflows, according to Morgan Stanley strategist Simon Waever. The flood of money into the category is not sending up flares for Waever, who sees technical factors supporting further gains for emerging market debt investors. While Waever says investor should prefer local currency debt, which has sold off since September, over dollar-denominated debt next year, it is the latter that has seen the most interest from investors, likely because it is an easier move for U.S. investors who don't want to take on currency risk.
In search of higher yields, many investors have been embracing ETFs holding emerging markets bonds this year, a theme benefiting funds such as the iShares J.P. Morgan USD Emerging Markets Bond ETF (NASDAQ: ...
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Equity markets in the US have notched record after record in 2017, but emerging markets are on pace for a record year of their own.
Over the last ten years, the green bonds (GRNB) universe has expanded and diversified, holding 600 bonds from 24 countries in 23 currencies.
With interest rates still low by historical standards throughout the developed world, income-seeking fixed income investors are embracing alternatives to traditional government debt. That includes emerging ...