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From BlackRock: Latin America’s shifting political winds have stirred broad market uncertainty-as well as select opportunities for investors. Martin Small explains how to get granular with country ETFs.
From BlackRock: Chris Dhanraj and the ETF Investment Strategy team discuss five themes for investors to consider as we approach the end of summer.
From Zacks: iShares Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (IEMG – Free Report) may be junior to the ultra-popular iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM – Free Report) , but the relatively newer one has set a record for itself.
Analyst Paul Weisbruch of Street One Financial brings us his daily fund flows report, which today points out some jaw-dropping inflows in a couple of major emerging markets funds.
While ETF trading has been dominated by quarter-end portfolio rebalancing and what some may call “window dressing,” we still see net inflows in U.S. Large Caps via SPY (SPDR S&P 500, Expense Ratio 0.09%) and QQQ (PowerShares QQQ, Expense Ratio 0.20%).
Investors’ risk appetite continues to grow, and the search for both capital appreciation and yield is turning to our neighbors in emerging markets overseas.
What do China’s softer economic numbers mean for investors? Heidi Richardson takes a closer look and finds some bright spots.
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