|Bid||49.73 x 100|
|Ask||54.89 x 100|
|Day's Range||49.86 - 50.00|
|52 Week Range||45.23 - 50.78|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.50%|
One of the hottest corners of the fixed income market is positioned to continue delivering upside as the U.S. dollar remains lethargic and bond investors continue embracing higher-yielding opportunities. ...
As the emerging market local debt assets (EBND) (ELD) continue to evolve and expand, investors are increasingly looking for opportunities in the space to enhance returns.
During the past two decades, EM (emerging markets) local debt has evolved to become the largest and most liquid debt market within the emerging market bond space.
Yield-hungry investors are exploring other avenues for income in the bond market and that includes emerging markets debt. For example, the iShares J.P. Morgan USD Emerging Markets Bond ETF (NYSEArca: EMB ...
The bull market in bonds just won't quit. Every year in recent memory, the majority of analysts have predicted the end of the rally in bonds, and every year they've been proven wrong.
Karen Schenone, fixed income strategist with BlackRock, expects one or two more hikes this year, which keeps her safely within the consensus view. But there’s more to worry about with regard to the Fed than overnight lending rates.
The yuan remains a focus of attention of the international community and a key risk for China’s macroeconomic stability in recent years.
Government bond yields in China are higher than its Asian counterparts such as South Korea and Singapore and much higher than major developed markets.
With the onset of reforms, foreign holdings in China’s onshore bond (EMB) (PCY) market is gradually increasing.
In the third and final phase of bond (EMB) reforms that began after 2015, the substantial activities of the market were open to global investors.
In March 2017, Citi's fixed income indexes decided to include onshore Chinese bonds (EMB) (PCY) in its three government bond indexes.
Big stock market names are betting European and emerging market stocks offer better value than US equities. But they're not talking enough about bonds.