PAK - Global X MSCI Pakistan ETF

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
13.40
+0.18 (+1.36%)
At close: 3:59PM EST
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Previous Close13.22
Open13.32
Bid12.48 x 100
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range13.26 - 13.41
52 Week Range12.99 - 19.23
Volume54,897
Avg. Volume47,225
Net Assets54.04M
NAV13.68
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield3.80%
YTD Return-22.51%
Beta (3y)0.00
Expense Ratio (net)0.91%
Inception Date2015-04-22
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  • Forbeslast month

    To Catch Up With India, Pakistan Needs Modi's Magic

    Pakistan’s leaders need to borrow Narendra Modi’s magic to lift their country up.

  • Forbeslast month

    Modi Lifts India Up Again

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi did it again.

  • Forbeslast month

    India And Japan Team Up To Tame China's Ambitions In The Indian Ocean

    China wants the Indian ocean to be Its own sea, and that’s bad news for India and Japan.

  • Forbeslast month

    Modi's Magic Makes India's Problems Disappear

    Modi is giving big banks a big gift, and have depositors pay for it. Brilliant!

  • Forbes2 months ago

    Corruption, Not India, Is CPEC's Biggest Threat

    China Pakistan Economic Corridor's (CPEC) biggest threat isn’t India. It’s corruption. On both ends of the partnership, which makes the ambitious project look like a “sand castle.”

  • Forbes2 months ago

    CPEC Lifts Pakistan Up In World Competitiveness Rankings

    The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has already helped Pakistan's economy climb on the global competitiveness scale.

  • Forbes2 months ago

    Modi Lifts India Up

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lifted the Indian economy up, making it more competitive than it has ever been.

  • Barrons.com3 months ago

    [$$] Pakistani Stocks: First to Worst and Back Again?

    In Chinese, the word “crisis” is composed of two characters, one representing danger and the other opportunity. Pakistan would be its sovereign embodiment: It is among the world’s most dangerous countries, yet it’s also provided excellent investment opportunities over time. Last month President Donald Trump warned the U.S. would “no longer be silent” about “safe havens” for terrorist organizations like the Taliban that challenge the U.S.-backed government in Afghanistan.

  • Forbes3 months ago

    India And Japan Cannot Stop China

    India and Japan have been on a new mission lately: to tame China’s ambitions to take control of the trade routes in the Indian Ocean, encircling India in the process.

  • Forbes4 months ago

    Pakistan Can No Longer Fool America, And That's Good News For India

    Washington is looking into Pakistan’s primary adversary, India, to advance its policy agenda in Afghanistan and elsewhere in Asia. Like the South China Sea, where America has been trying to tame China’s ambitions to write its own navigation rules. That’s good news for India.

  • Trump's Afghanistan Rhetoric Helps/Hurts These ETFs
    Zacks4 months ago

    Trump's Afghanistan Rhetoric Helps/Hurts These ETFs

    Trump acknowledged the need for U.S. military engagements in Afghanistan to stabilize the latter. This helped and hurt a few ETFs.

  • Forbes4 months ago

    China's Hambantota Deal Is Bad News For Both Pakistan And India

    The taking over of Hambantota by Beijing is bad news for both Pakistan and India -- for different reasons. For Pakistan, the deal will serve as a model for the future of CPEC. For New Delhi, the Hambantota deal is bad news because it’s one more step to encircle and pacify India by Beijing.

  • Forbes5 months ago

    Indian Ocean: India Is Playing Catch Up With Pakistan And China

    After declaring the South China Sea its “own sea,” China is racing to expand its presence in the Indian Ocean, teaming up with Pakistan. That's bad news for India, which is still trying to forge partnerships to catch up with China and Pakistan in shoring up its presence in the Indian Ocean.

  • Forbes5 months ago

    Tibet Border: Xi Tests Modi

    China and the India are engaged in a “game of chicken,” with each side sending a message to the other side what their fighting capabilities are. For now.

  • Forbes5 months ago

    Corruption Crushes Pakistani Stocks, And That's Just The Beginning

    Sharif’s corruption problem crushes Pakistan’s stock market. The KSE 100 dropped 2153 points or 4.65% to 44121 from 46274 in the previous trading session, well below its all time high of 52876.46 in May of 2017.

  • Forbes5 months ago

    China Sends A Stark Warning To India

    Disputes between China and India are turning worse. This week, Beijing had a loud and clear message for India: stop spoiling our plans or you will suffer worse losses than 1962. But it won’t be easy under Modi's administration.

  • Forbes5 months ago

    CPEC Will Take Pakistan To A Place It Doesn't Want To Be

    The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will take Pakistan back to a place it doesn't want to be: knocking on the door of the IMF, as it did back in 2001. With a big difference this time around -- the door may not be open.

  • Forbes6 months ago

    Modi's India The World's 4th Fastest Growing Economy

    Prime Minister Modi’s currency experimentation has not stopped India’s vibrant economy, which is the world’s 4th fastest growing economy in the world thus far in 2017.