|Bid||33.33 x 1300|
|Ask||33.34 x 1400|
|Day's Range||33.10 - 33.44|
|52 Week Range||29.61 - 44.68|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.49|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.83%|
India ETFs may gain in the short term on scrapping of a tax on global funds and RBI's grant of INR 1.76 trillion ($24.4 billion) toward government.
India country-specific exchange traded funds were among the hardest hit Thursday after chief economic adviser Krishnamurthy Subramanian warned that government intervention in the private sector would create a moral hazard, tempering expectations for a stimulus. Among the worst performing non-leveraged ETFs of Thursday, the VanEck Vectors India Small-Cap Index ETF (SCIF) decreased 3.6% and iShares MSCI India ETF (CBOE:INDA) gained 4.3% and WisdomTree India Earnings ETF (EPI) fell 2.8%. Subramanian touched upon the cyclical nature of a market economy and argued against relying on government money to bailout businesses, India Times reports.
India ETFs have been suffering on a host of reasons despite easy money policy. Will a fresh and fourth quarter rate of the year boost ETFs?
Modi government wins the second term in India. India ETFs are likely to rally but will the gains last on slowing growth and rising earnings downgrades?
Exit polls indicate a strong win for the incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and his Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP. If the polls are right -- and they've often been wrong, sometimes "Dewey Defeats Truman" wrong -- the BJP's coalition, the National Democratic Alliance, should win in a landslide. If the BJP performs particularly well, it may not even need any coalition partners to form a government.
India country-specific ETFs led the charge Monday, rallying as exit polls predicted Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take on another five-year term. Among the best performing non-leveraged ETFs of Monday, ...
India country-specific exchange traded funds were among the worst areas of the market Monday as rising energy prices dragged on the outlook for Asia’s third-biggest economy. Among the worst performing ...
India's stock market has been on a tear lately given the optimism building up around the victory of the prime minister Narendra Modi party in the upcoming general elections.
India country-specific ETFs surged Tuesday, with small-cap Indian stocks leading the charge, as investors looked beyond the trade talks to a possible second term for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the ...
India stocks and country-specific exchange traded fund were among the few areas of strength Thursday after the central bank unexpectedly cut back its key policy rate and shifted to a more dovish stance. ...
The sudden bout of volatility that gripped the markets this year has been far reaching, touching all corners of the globe and ETF markets. Among the worst performing non-leveraged ETFs of the year, the ...
India country-specific exchange traded funds were among the worst areas of the global markets Monday as state elections and central bank chief’s abrupt resignation fueled uncertainty. On Monday, the iShares ...
VanEck announced today preliminary yearend distribution estimates for its VanEck Vectors® equity exchange-traded funds.
Emerging markets have been turned inside out this year after a spectacular run in 2017, but before an investor looks to dive into the deeply-discounted EM space after Wednesday’s 800-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, he or she must be still selective and exercise due diligence. Simply selecting a country-specific ETF in emerging markets without the proper research could be akin to catching a falling knife and as such, investors must use caution. While it may be enticing to see the red and buy into the dip, instabilities in certain countries’ financial systems could still leave these markets depressed, and as such, investors should shy away from these parts of the world.
India ETFs continued to plunge Friday, with Indian markets on pace for their biggest monthly decline in two-and-a-half years, on rising concerns over cash shortages at non-banking financial companies. ...