HYEM - VanEck Vectors EM High Yield Bond ETF

NYSE American - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
+0.02 (+0.08%)
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Previous Close24.65
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range24.62 - 24.74
52 Week Range23.53 - 24.95
Avg. Volume103,093
Net Assets357.47M
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD Return8.12%
Beta (3y)0.13
Expense Ratio (net)0.40%
Inception Date2012-05-08
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  • Business Wire10 hours ago

    VanEck Announces Preliminary Yearend Distribution Estimates for VanEck Vectors Income ETFs

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

  • Barrons.com6 days ago

    Venezuela Defaulted, Swaps Triggered, Derivatives Experts Say

    The International Swaps and Derivatives Association ruled Thursday that Venezuela and its state oil company defaulted on some debt, which will trigger payment on credit default swaps. With late or non-payment ...

  • Morningstar8 days ago

    ETF Investors Shouldn't Cry for Venezuela's Bonds

    No need to panic over default news.

  • Barrons.com9 days ago

    Venezuela: The Long Road Ahead for Bondholders

    Venezuela's bonds were paying yields in excess of 30% as the odds of default mounted, and investors were plucking what they thought would survive for their portfolios. Prices for short and long durations could converge, however, after S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings late Monday declared the cash-starved Venezuelan government is in selective default, based on past-due payments. The announcements came after the Venezuelan government made a last-ditch effort to renegotiate in meetings with bondholders in Caracas Monday.

  • Barrons.com9 days ago

    Ratings Agencies Cave: Venezuela Defaulted, Selectively

    S&P Global Ratings downgraded Venezuela's foreign currency sovereign credit rating late Monday beyond junk to "selective default" after it failed to make two payments within a grace period. On Monday, bondholders met in Caracas at the invitation of President Nicolas Maduro to discuss restructuring debt issued by the the government and state-owned oil company Petróleos de Venezuela. Also late Monday, Fitch Ratings downgraded long-term foreign and local currency ratings on state-owned oil company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) to restricted default, and said bondholders' recovery of their investment may be at the low end of the anticipated 31% to 50% range.

  • Barrons.com13 days ago

    U.S. Warns Russia, Bondholders on Venezuela Debt Negotiations

    The Venezuelan government wants bondholders to come to Caracas Monday to restructure debt as it scrounges for cash. Venezuela seems to have avoided a default this week after Russia said Wednesday that it would restructure $3 billion in loans to Caracas to free up money for payments that are past due.

  • Barrons.com15 days ago

    Venezuela Bondholders Still On Default Watch

    Venezuela could still avoid default. Money could come out of nowhere, and Monday was a Venezuelan holiday, so it still could make a payment today, technically three business days late as allowed, and push off the inevitable, writes Siobhan Morden, head of Latin America Fixed Income Strategy at Nomura Securities International. There is debate whether the Monday holiday in Venezuela would provide one extra day for the grace period.

  • Barrons.com15 days ago

    Venezuela Is Teetering On Default

    If Venezuela does not make a $1.12 billion payment that was due Nov. 2 tonight, Tuesday, default may finally happen. "Coupled with the previously missed payments on outstanding sovereign bonds that are currently within their 30-day grace periods, a default event appears highly probable," Fitch Ratings said in a downgrade of Venezuela's Corporacion Electrica Nacional Tuesday. The International Swaps and Derivatives Association will be asked to rule if credit default swaps (CDS), a form of insurance when debt payments aren't made, have been triggered.

  • Barrons.comlast month

    Venezuela: Maduro Party Wins as Debts Mount

    Venezuela regional elections Sunday defied expectations, with a majority of governor seats going to the government party with reports of tactics designed to discourage opposition voters. There were 23 governor seats up for reelection, and 17 went to the party of President Nicolas Maduro, the United Socialist Party of Venezuela or PSUV. Nomura's head of Latin America fixed income strategy, Siobhan Morden, writes: " ... the PSUV won 17 of the governor seats with only 5 to the opposition and 1 still undetermined (Bolivar).

  • Business Wire2 months ago

    CORRECTING and REPLACING Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ September 2017 Distributions

    The Record Date on the release dated September 29, 2017 should read: October 3, 2017 .

  • Business Wire2 months ago

    Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ September 2017 Distributions

    VanEck announced today its regular distributions per share for the VanEck Vectors municipal income and income-oriented exchange-traded funds.

  • Barrons.com2 months ago

    Venezuela 'Has & Will Have' Cash, Makes $185M Debt Payment

    Venezuela may be running on fumes and U.S. sanctions may hurt, but the government coughed up $185 million to pay the coupon on a bond maturing in 2027, according to several reports. It was five days late, and many investors fear that Venezuela could default on its debts. Of course, it's not clear if the government's future tense meant that it would have the resources today, or until the end of time.

  • Barrons.com2 months ago

    Venezuela: U.S. Sanctions Mean Dollar Backlash, Dialogue?

    Eurasia Group says increased financial strain in Venezuela caused by latest round of U.S. sanctions could result in the restart of dialogue between the government and the opposition. Citing recent U.S. sanctions that limit trade in Venezuelan debt, President Donald Trump , at the United Nations Tuesday, condemned Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro's government for imposing socialism and circumventing democratic processes. Eurasia Group analysts Risa Grais-Targow and Agata Ciesielska expect dialogue to resume between the Venezuelan government and opposition, with international pressure likely to result in more pronounced financial strain for the already-struggling nation.

  • Barrons.com2 months ago

    Argentina Bonds: "Vulnerable" To Selling?

    Argentina returned to global capital markets with gusto after the newly-elected market friendly government resolved investor payments on defaulted debt last year, but now the market may be saturated with bonds. With an eye on regional elections on Oct. 22, Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Sebastian Rondeau, a Latin America fixed income and currency strategist, writes: "Argentina's macro outlook has improved materially in the last two months after a pro-reform primary election result and growing optimism about a recovery in Brazil. This makes Argentina vulnerable to a reversal in capital flows.

  • Barrons.com2 months ago

    Fitch Downgrades Venezuela Banks: No Government Backbone

    Fitch Ratings lowered its long-term issuer rating on six of Venezuela's largest banks to  CC from CCC late Thursday after downgrading Venezuela's sovereign credit rating and predicting a probable debt ...

  • Business Wire3 months ago

    Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFS’ August 2017 Distributions

    VanEck announced today its regular distributions per share for the VanEck Vectors® municipal income and income-oriented exchange-traded funds.

  • Barrons.com3 months ago

    UPDATED: U.S. Sanctions Venezuela Bond Deals, Debt Default Next?

    The U.S. sanctioned Venezuela Friday by preventing banks from financing new loans that could help the struggling Latin American government or its state-run oil producer. UPDATED: The sanctions specifically prohibit transactions by U.S citizens and "dealings" within the United States tied to new Petroleos de Venezuela debt with a maturity of more than 90 days and new government debt or equity with a maturity of greater than 30 days, as well as bonds issued by the Government of Venezuela prior to Friday, according to President Donald J. Trump's executive order. The sanctions also prohibit the purchase of other securities from the government, but allow for "any contract entered into" prior to the order.

  • Investopedia4 months ago

    A Bond ETF That's Not as Risky as You Think

    This emerging markets high-yield bond ETF offers some advantages over its domestic rivals.

  • Business Wire4 months ago

    Announcing VanEck Vectors ETFs’ July 2017 Distributions

    VanEck announced today its regular distributions per share for the VanEck Vectors® municipal income and income-oriented exchange-traded funds.