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iShares Trust - iShares China Large-Cap ETF (FXI)

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36.20-0.11 (-0.30%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
36.47 +0.27 (+0.75%)
After hours: 07:54PM EST
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  • W
    Website
    China cutting interest rates, cash starting to move, some of it going to go into stocks. Looking for this to start moving back into the 50's. Long long-dated calls.
  • A
    Andrey
    Does anyone know where to find a professional technical analysis on the FXI, any advice?
  • K
    KaTet
    But China’s economy appears to be bouncing from a “mini-downturn” into an upswing as the country eases policy, says investment bank Morgan Stanley.
    The bank is “more bullish than consensus” and says it sees GDP growth in China accelerating to 5.5% in 2022.
  • K
    KaTet
    That underperformance has Wall Street looking with avarice at China’s cheap valuations, especially as Beijing shifts to easing. In the past couple of months, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., BlackRock Inc., UBS Group AG and HSBC Holdings Plc have all turned overweight on the nation’s equities. JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Marko Kolanovic this week recommended going all in on China in 2022, predicting the MSCI China will surge almost 40%.
  • m
    makowka
    Anyone ever use (http://Themaxgains.tech)? Their picks are so much better than the ones shared on this message board!
  • K
    KaTet
    This ETF offers REDUCED risk to any delisting swings.
    The index consists of the 50 largest and most liquid public Chinese companies currently trading on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.
  • K
    KEVIN
    $34.5 was low in March 2020 after Covid first hit.......seems like a buy here!
    Bullish
  • L
    LearnToPlay
    Chart looks like it put in the double bottom and this is the check back , Now you see if there are any buyers that want China stocks or do they just keep dropping. FXI is the best of the CHINA stocks the biggest of the big.
  • g
    glenn
    china vs cathie wood i will choose china its a no brainer
  • L
    LearnToPlay
    FXI will start going higher , Why because the slow stochastic has crossed and moving higher as money is now flowing in any day will be a big pop higher.
  • T
    T.
    When tapering accelerates and interest rates rise, emerging markets like China will suffer the most. Just sayin. $KWEB
  • K
    KaTet
    China may lower their prime lending rate Monday. Catalyst for a significant bounce. Good luck.
  • n
    new
    all chinese stocks and ETFs are at multi-years low while U.S stocks are at record high.
  • L
    LearnToPlay
    The only question is will the pop higher hold? and then do we get the rush and FOMO to drive to the moon
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    FXI reached a 52 Week low at 35.65
  • j
    jerry
    When the SEC came out yesterday to erroneously lump Hong Kong in with mainland China as one of the two global jurisdictions that have regularly refused to comply with its demands for transparency regarding U.S. ADRs/ADSs, I thought there was something very fishy about that claim. Sure enough, the HK equivalent of the SEC has just now issued the below statement rebutting the U.S. SEC's claim and requesting that the SEC immediatly correct the troublingly inaccurate and falsely accusatory wording of their statement.

    https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202112/03/P2021120300762.htm
    The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a statement on December 2, 2021 which stated, inter alia, that Hong Kong historically has not worked with the US Public Company...
    The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued a statement on December 2, 2021 which stated, inter alia, that Hong Kong historically has not worked with the US Public Company...
    www.info.gov.hk
  • b
    bharat
    NIO Inc.
    (US) SEC adopts rule that would require US-listed foreign firms to disclose whether they're owned or controlled by a govt entity
    (More at https://t.co/fGKdG7NDZP)
    $FXI $DIDI $BABA
  • t
    tmp
    Run to 39.5 by close?
    can't get out of its own way.
    maybe we see 41.5 by EOY if we lucky.
  • d
    dougie
    FXI goes xd dec 13th last few years it was .78cents and .68 cents they aren't sure how much it will be this year but probably around that range
  • L
    Lloyd
    China wants to take Taiwan, that could effect the FXI
    Bearish
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