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|Bid||56.00 x 100|
|Ask||60.35 x 100|
|Day's Range||56.21 - 57.30|
|52 Week Range||34.32 - 61.59|
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China and the rest of the emerging markets assets class have outperformed the U.S. and Europe all year. It's the fourth quarter, and that means profit taking time.
When it comes to the global environment, China often gets a bad rap. The country, the world's largest by population, is a major consumer and producer of scores of commodities that environmentally unfriendly ...
KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF has earned a spot in IBD's ETF Leaders, as the fund enjoys one of the best runs in its four-year history.
Little changed among equity fund category winners, but a rare earth metal and China ETF made strong moves.
The Chinese internet sector has been red hot since the beginning of August, with the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NASDAQ:KWEB) up 8% over the last six weeks. There are several stocks that could make for interesting opportunities here, but today I’d like to talk about one that hasn’t made the cut and should be approached with caution: Changyou.Com Ltd (ADR) (NASDAQ:CYOU). CYOU is a Chinese developer and operator of online games, and while it has exposure to two of my favorite next-gen sectors — eSports and emerging markets e-commerce — Changyou has failed to join in the latest rally, instead dropping more than 4% since the beginning of August.
Emerging markets are stealing the show after years of underperformance and the stocks are enjoying the longest rally since 2004.
The technology sector has stood out this year as investors turned to growth-oriented stocks in the ongoing bull market run. When looking at the tech segment, Chinese technology stocks and related exchange ...
International stocks have been the real winners this year courtesy of cheap valuations and improving economic growth in many parts of the world.
The latest reports from Baozun (BZUN) and Momo (MOMO) have sent both of these stocks crashing on Tuesday morning, signaling a rare moment of investor hesitation in this booming Chinese market.
The largest Chinese equity ETFs are delivering a solid performance this year. But no one seems to be buying into it. On the contrary, investor interest in the ongoing rally fueling these ETFs higher is muted at best, with some of these funds facing net redemptions—not creations—so far in 2017. So much for performance chasing. Consider the three largest China equity ETFs by assets:
Bitcoin and Chinese Internet stocks have left Wall Street in the dust, so far, in 2017, making some investors multi-millionaires quickly.
International equity ETFs listed in the U.S. have already attracted $104 billion in fresh net assets so far this year. That makes it the most popular asset class with U.S. investors looking to foreign equities for outsized gains relative to the U.S. stock market. And for the most part, and deliver outperformance is what they’ve done.
Anyone following the ETF industry knows about the record-breaking inflows this year. If you haven't been keeping up, year-to-date inflows are $274 billion as of July 31, according to the latest ETF.com monthly flows data, courtesy of FactSet. That's just shy of the $287.5 billion worth of inflows seen during the entirety of 2016, which itself was an annual record.