|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1400|
|Day's Range||13.82 - 13.82|
|52 Week Range||12.48 - 18.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.55|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.77%|
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?
As an exchange traded fund business grows and matures, the money managers behind the ETF strategies will have to make some tough decisions, both good and bad. To better compete in a tougher ETF industry, ...
Columbia Beyond BRICs ETF (NYSE Arca: BBRC), Columbia EM Quality Dividend ETF (NYSE Arca: HILO), Columbia India Infrastructure ETF (NYSE Arca: INXX) and Columbia India Small Cap ETF (NYSE Arca: SCIN) today announced that each will be closed, and their respective assets will be liquidated to shareholders on or about June 21, 2019, as discussed below.
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.
After a solid comeback, the momentum on the Wall Street cooled down last week given the round of dismal data across the globe, the European Central Bank's surprise move and dismal U.S. jobs data that renewed threats of global slowdown.
Shares prices in India, the world’s fastest growing large economy, fell on Wednesday and were on course for their worst month since February 2016 as the ongoing spat between the country’s government and central bank turned ugly. On Wednesday, Indian news outlets including CNBC-TV18 reported that Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel is contemplating resigning from his position after the Indian government threatened to prevent the RBI from calling its own shots. The market's immediate reaction forced the government to release a statement stressing the central bank's independence. “The autonomy of the Central Bank, within the framework of the RBI Act, is an essential and accepted governance requirement.