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Global X, the ETF issuer known for its lineup of unique international, income and commodities-related funds, plans to close seven of its ETFs, including two high-flying Brazil products. Among the funds ...
NEW YORK, Sept. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Global X Funds, the New York-based exchange-traded funds provider, today announced it will close the following funds: the Global X Brazil Mid Cap ETF (BRAZ), the Global X Brazil Consumer ETF (BRAQ), the Global X Guru® Activist Index ETF (ACTX), the Global X Guru® International Index ETF (GURI), the Global X Permanent ETF (PERM), the Global X Junior MLP ETF (MLPJ), and the Global X FTSE Andean 40 ETF (AND). Effective immediately, the Fund no longer will accept creation orders.
There are those who doubt whether focusing on BRIC—Brazil, Russia, India and China—is still a viable way of thinking about emerging market exposure. The larger these economies get, some say, the more correlated they become with developed markets, and the less off-the-charts growth opportunities they provide. But in the past 12 months, it’s BRIC that’s shinning. And not just among emerging markets.