|Bid||11.70 x 1500|
|Ask||17.20 x 500|
|Day's Range||15.64 - 15.90|
|52 Week Range||10.35 - 18.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.62%|
Emerging markets are stealing the show after years of underperformance and the stocks are enjoying the longest rally since 2004.
Brazil’s (EWZ) economy improved in 1Q17, mostly due to the manufacturing sector, exports, and business confidence. However, recent political scandals have undermined its growth and credit rating.
The Brazilian (FBZ) economy grew 1% on a quarter-on-quarter basis in 1Q17 compared to a downwardly revised 0.5% contraction in the previous month.
A day after U.S. stocks sold off amid Trump administration concerns, the Brazilian market tanked on scandal-related reports involving President Michel Temer.
Brazil’s (EWZ) economy is showing signs of improvement in 2017, and inflation is hovering around its target rate.
As had been widely expected, the Brazilian central bank cut rates a full 100 basis points (bps), taking the headline policy rate to 11.25%. There appears to be no dissent on the policy committee, with a unanimous vote and a statement indicating ...
Brazil's recession deepened in Q4. Should you be bogged down with this downbeat data or bet on Brazil ETFs on prospects of further policy easing?
This article is part of a regular series of thought leadership pieces from some of the more influential ETF strategists in the money management industry. Today's article is by Chuck Self, chief investment officer and chief operating officer at iSectors , an investment manager.