|Bid||47.00 x 4000|
|Ask||49.12 x 27000|
|Day's Range||49.17 - 49.39|
|52 Week Range||44.06 - 54.76|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.99|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.09%|
The ETF fee war continues after Vanguard decided to cut fees on 21 of its ultra low-cost ETF funds last week. This includes eight of its ten biggest ETFs. Among the ETFs in this latest round of expense ...
Vanguard, the second-largest U.S. issuer of exchange traded funds, is again wielding its low-cost sword. On April 26, Vanguard said it's lowering fees on 21 of its ETFs, including its two largest funds, ...
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Investors in funds that track MSCI indexes will soon have more exposure to China stocks and a brutal totalitarian regime.
Over the past several years, some of the largest issuers of exchange traded funds, including BlackRock’s iShares and State Street’s SPDR ETFs, have reduced fees on existing ETFs, introduced new low-cost ...
Vanguard Group has trimmed the fees on a handful of ETFs in the latest round of cost cutting on a number of products to gain an edge on competitors as an increasing number of investors look to cheap investment options.
Countries around the world are flush with their respective holiday décor as Christmas is two weeks away, but as volatility continues to shake the U.S. stock market, certain investors are singing, "Joy to the World" with international exposure via developed market exchange-traded funds (ETFs). The U.S.-China trade wars have gotten the best of international markets, emerging and developed, for the majority of 2018, but lately, news outlets have been drizzling the capital markets with positive news on trade talks between the two economic superpowers progressing in the right direction. The markets got a much-needed boost Tuesday on renewed optimism that a permanent trade deal between the United States and China was progressing based on a Bloomberg report that China would slash the current 15 percent tariff on cars to 40 percent.