|Bid||31.5500 x 300|
|Ask||34.4300 x 300|
|Day's Range||35.9753 - 36.0900|
|52 Week Range||27.3100 - 39.2200|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.72%|
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on how MSCI index changes may affect the greater market as the indexing company is about to decide whether to include Mainland Chinese companies for the first time.
Not all new exchange traded funds have the benefit of good timing, but one that appears to is the KraneShares MSCI All China Health Care Index ETF (NYSE: KURE), which debuted Feb. 1. Sure, KURE is just ...
NEW YORK , Dec. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Krane Funds Advisors, LLC, a U.S. asset management firm known for its China focused KraneShares exchange traded funds and innovative China investment strategies, ...
Morgan Stanley analysts take a closer look at what sectors will be hit by China's crackdown on outbound capital.
Indexing giant MSCI decided to include China A-shares to its indexes, a move that could lead to major inflows into Chinese stocks over the long term.
MSCI’s decision to add China A-shares to its emerging market index is big news. It will expand access to China’s mainland stocks to a broader audience, and increase exposure to China in that index to nearly 40%.
Key U.S. index funds were mixed midday Wednesday. Health care and mainland China equity ETFs outperformed.
For a Communist nation, China is the most capitalists of them all. It's mainland equities are now part of the $1.5 trillion MSCI Emerging Markets Index.
MSCI decided Tuesday in favor of adding mainland Chinese A shares to the firm's emerging markets index, tracked by an estimated $1.6 trillion.
Index provider MSCI on Tuesday decided to include mainland China stocks, or A-shares, in its global emerging markets benchmark index..