From Todd Shriber: With the MSCI China Index lower by 9.56 percent this month and residing 18.5 percent below its 52-week high, some aggressive traders and investors may be thinking Chinese equities are starting to look like value propositions.
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As traders catch up from the Thanksgiving break and tidy their books ahead of the new year, news flow is lightening up. That gives us a chance to revisit a few key developments.
Once upon a time, exposure to the Chinese stock market was a binary decision for U.S. investors–they either had it or they didn’t. Thanks in part to increased flexibility in cross-border listings
The Market Vectors All China Industrials Sector ETF (the “Fund”) seeks to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance of the
A mere 15 years ago, selecting the right exchange-traded fund (ETF) was no big challenge. That’s because the first ETF wasn’t introduced until 1993, and the second didn’t follow until 1995.
If you read the business news or watch CNBC, you’ve been bombarded with a steady stream of experts warning you about China. Warning you about the Chinese stock market, warning you about
(PRNewswire) — New York-based asset manager Global X Management Company today launched the Global X China Consumer ETF
Global X will be listing two new China ETFs tomorrow, December 1. The two ETFs are the Global X China Consumer ETF (CHIQ) and the Global X China