|Bid||42.20 x 900|
|Ask||42.24 x 1000|
|Day's Range||41.63 - 42.45|
|52 Week Range||27.23 - 59.96|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.39|
|Expense Ratio (net)||1.36%|
Emerging stocks and exchange traded funds are trending higher this year, and Russian stocks are participating in that action. Buoyed by rising oil prices, the MVIS Russia Index (MVRSXTR) is higher by 9.55 ...
Russian stocks have barreled higher in early 2019 despite forecasts of slower economic growth. Explore three trading ideas using Russia ETFs.
Russian stocks continued rebounding Monday, sending the Direxion Daily Russia Bull 3X ETF (RUSL) higher by more than 2% and extending the bullish leveraged Russia exchange traded fund's gain over the past month to about 19%. RUSL tries to deliver triple the daily returns of the MVIS Russia Index (MVRSXTR). The Direxion Daily Russia Bear 3X ETF (RUSS) attempts to deliver triple the daily inverse returns of that benchmark.
Turmoil in Turkey. An ongoing trade spat involving the U.S. and China. A recent pullback in oil prices. Those factors and more are weighing on emerging markets equities. Russian stocks have not been immune ...
While France hoisted the trophy at the 2018 World Cup, Russia also came out as winners thanks to hosting the international soccer tournament as their economy grew by 1.8% in the second quarter, according to the Federal Statistics Service. Despite this temporary boost, the economy still faces lingering questions that savvy investors can use to either leverage the strength or weakness in the Russian economy using the Direxion Daily Russia Bull 3X ETF (RUSL) and Direxion Daily Russia Bear 3X ETF (RUSS) . A lot of geopolitical relations between the United States and Russia will weigh heavily on both ETFs, as US sanctions against Russia include a potential ban on dollar transactions that involve state banks, which could set the stage for Russia to switch to other currencies in international trading.
Russian stocks and the ruble slumped Thursday on news of fresh sanctions against the country by the Trump administration. Predictably, Russia's reaction to the new sanctions was harsh, perhaps prompting investors to ditch Russian assets.
According to a report by Markit Economics, the final Russia Manufacturing PMI has again entered into the contraction zone in June after showing a huge contraction in May. It was 49.5 in June compared to 49.8 in May. The June figure didn’t meet the preliminary market estimate of 50.2.
According to a report by Markit Economics, the final Russia manufacturing PMI was in the contraction zone in May after showing a strong improvement in April. It was at 49.8 in May as compared to 51.3 in April. The May figure didn’t meet the preliminary market estimate of 50.5.
According to a report by Markit Economics, the final Russia manufacturing PMI has been improving gradually since February. It was 51.3 in April compared to 50.6 in March. The April figure met the preliminary market estimate of 51.3.
According to Markit Economics, Russia’s manufacturing PMI (purchasing managers’ index) improved marginally in March, rising to 50.6 from 50.2 in February. The March figure beat the market estimate of 50.5.
Russian stocks and the corresponding exchange traded funds have been in the spotlight recently as the country continues its support of controversial Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Russia ETFs were punished ...
Even with the White House unveiling fresh sanctions against Russia, some investors are embracing the VanEck Vectors Russia ETF (NYSEArca: RSX), the largest Russia exchange traded fund trading in the U.S. ...