30.05 +0.04 (0.13%)
After hours: 4:13PM EST
|Bid||0.00 x 2200|
|Ask||0.00 x 4000|
|Day's Range||29.89 - 30.24|
|52 Week Range||29.39 - 36.56|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.73|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.47%|
As the U.S. and China duke it out over the ongoing trade war disputes, other Asian economies and country-specific ETFs could benefit from the side. Some researchers argue that countries exporting similar products that compete with China could end up as beneficiaries in the trade war between the U.S. and China, the Wall Street Journal reports. For example, Bank of America Merrill Lynch economists predict Taiwan, Vietnam and South Korea have the most to gain, given the countries' similar export profiles to China.
On heavy volume, the iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (TUR) sank nearly 11% Monday, extending a slide that is sending shockwaves throughout the emerging markets space while taking TUR to a new 52-week low. While Turkey's economic crisis, one that has seen its lira slide to record lows against the dollar, has investors pensive about emerging markets equities, one emerging markets single-country exchange traded fund is still luring investors. “The Southeast Asian nation’s stock market surged into overbought territory last week and the sole U.S.-listed exchange-traded fund tracking the measure attracted the most cash since 2011.
Multiple key Asian economies released their Purchasing Managers' Index data for July this week. Most countries noted diminished production during the month, but why was this the case? Let's take a closer look.
As the global markets reeled in response to heightened trade tensions, Asian markets and Asia ETFs were among the worst off. Over three-fourths of the $2.1 trillion lost in stock values worldwide was associated ...
While the emerging markets have stumbled in recent months, investors should still consider opportunities in Asian markets and related exchange traded funds. Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia and China ...
The iShares MSCI Malaysia ETF (NYSE: EWM) is experiencing an eventful May. EWM, the lone U.S.-listed exchange traded fund tracking Malaysian stocks, sank after a surprise election result ended the 61-year reign of Prime Minister Najib Razak’s ruling coalition. Mahathir Mohamad, 92, who previously served as Malaysia’s leader for over two decades, came out of retirement to defeat Razak. Mahathir joined forces with the Pakatan Harapan coalition.
Malaysian equities have been on a wild ride, with the Malaysia ETF surging on Monday after the opposition party surprised observers by winning the office for the first time in six decades. The market was shut for three days last week as Mahathir Mohamad led an alliance to unexpectedly beat the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition, Bloomberg reports. Gan Eng Peng, director of equities strategy and advisory at Affin Hwang Asset Management, argued that Mahathir’s vow to nullify the nation’s current goods and services tax, fuel subsidies and minimum wage realignment could benefit the consumer sector.
The iShares MSCI Malaysia ETF (EWM) experienced some volatility last week, plunging immediately following Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's surprise win in a recent election there. The lone US-listed exchange traded fund dedicated to Malaysian equities would rebound later in the week, but still finished the week with a loss of over 5%. Some ratings agencies are forecasting policy changes in the wake of the surprise election result.
The Malaysia country-specific exchange traded fund has experienced wild swings in the last couple of sessions and allowed U.S. investors to price this Southeast emerging market even during this foreign ...
Mahathir Mohamad's political comeback will likely have a big impact on Malaysian markets and its economy.
Malaysian markets and country-specific ETF plunged Wednesday as it grew more likely that the opposition party could capture a surprise election win and end Prime Minister Najib Razak’s ruling coalition 61-year reign. Malaysian markets soured Wednesday after it grew more likely that Mahathir Mohamad and opposition alliance would end the ruling coalition’s grip on power in Malaysia, which has not occured since the Southeast Asian country gained independence in 1957.
Three Asia-focused ETFs form a different slice of ETF investing, offering exposure to a mix of emerging and frontier markets.
The “Fast Money” traders share their final trades for the day including iShares MSCI Malaysia ETF, iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF, iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF and Tesla.