WisdomTree Dreyfus Brazilian Real Fund ETFFund
- Change -0.07 (-0.4%)
- Volume 0.01 M
4:00 PM EDT May 20, 2013
U.S. Markets are closed
- Assets $54.0M
- Expense Ratio 0.45%
- Yield N/A
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Commodity Based ETF
WisdomTree Brazilian Real Fund is an actively managed exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA. The Fund seeks to earn current income reflective of money market rates in Brazil available to foreign investors. The Fund also seeks to provide exposure changes in the Brazilian Real relative to the U.S. dollar.
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05-09-2013 12:30 PM by Tom Lydon
While still only accounting for a fraction of the overall exchange traded fund space, actively managed funds have been quickly attracting new assets. According to AdvisorShares, actively managed U.S.-listed ETFs saw $3.6 billion in new asset inflows year-to-date through April ...
02-01-2013 01:38 PM by Tom Lydon
The Brazilian economy has disappointed investors for the short term, however, factors are supporting a turnaround in the performance of the country and exchange traded fund. Long term investors will gain exposure to the ongoing growth forecast for the country this year as economi...
08-10-2012 12:42 PM by Tom Lydon
BlackRock's iShares exchange traded fund unit is venturing into the currency game, looking to launch a suite of actively managed currency ETFs that would provide investors with the opportunity to capitalize on select global currency movements. According to a SEC filing, the pr...
06-15-2012 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
As countries fall on rough patches or times of prosperity, the highly liquid foreign exchange market will be there to reflect the ebbs and flows in international currencies. Currently, with most of the risk centered around the Eurozone, again, traders may take defensive positions...
06-13-2012 08:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Exchange traded funds continue to increase in number and popularity, growing to one of the most commonly traded securities on the stock exchange as both institutional and the average retail investor gain greater access to broad or specialized market exposure. Yet many individuals...
05-03-2012 10:48 AM by Tom Lydon
The currency segment of the exchange traded fund industry has been standing in the shadows of the fixed-income, commodities and equity ETFs. Why has this sector been ignored by investors lately? "Currency funds are a poor long-term investment due to paltry expected returns," M...
04-11-2012 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Exchange traded funds pegged to the U.S. dollar and other currencies are taking their cues from central banks. In particular, dollar ETFs are sensitive to the prospect of further easing from the Federal Reserve. PowerShares DB US Dollar Index Bullish (NYSEArca: UUP) is down sl...
02-13-2012 03:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Emerging market economies and their currencies have been playing a more important role in international finance markets. There are some characteristics of trading these currencies versus those of industrialized nations that individuals should price into their investments. "In ...
02-09-2012 12:01 PM by Paul Weisbruch, Street One Financial
Exchange traded funds following the so-called BRIC nations of Brazil, Russia, India and China are off to a great start in 2012 both in terms of performance and asset inflows. Today we want to take a look at one of the currencies of a major BRIC player, Brazil. The iShares MSCI...
11-01-2011 12:47 PM by Tom Lydon
Exchange traded funds that invest in Brazil traded to the downside Tuesday after a report estimating that industrial production fell 2% in September, more than expected. Brazilian stocks were also lower after a call for a vote in Greece put Europe's latest financial bailout in...
10-21-2011 02:14 PM by Tom Lydon
Brazil's weakening domestic market and a slowing global economy are weighing on Brazil-related exchange traded funds, but Brazil's central bank is taking action to help alleviate the stress. The iShares MSCI Brazil Index Fund (NYSEArca: EWZ) is down about 20% over the past thr...
09-13-2011 03:28 PM by Tom Lydon
Brazil and exchange traded funds tracking the country have benefited from capital flowing into the country, but foreign investment also brings dangers, according to a report Tuesday. Investors have been enticed by optimistic growth projections for Brazil, but all that liquidit...
09-02-2011 08:22 AM by Tom Lydon
An unexpected interest rate cut in Brazil may provide momentum for exchange traded funds that invest in the Latin American country, such as iShares MSCI Brazil (NYSEArca: EWZ). Emerging market governments have been cautious as global growth engines have been sputtering and maj...
07-26-2011 09:25 AM by John Spence
Currency exchange traded funds have seen rising investor interest in 2011 but inflows have cooled over the past month as investors worried about global debt jitters pile into precious metals ETFs, particularly gold. "The Greek crisis and U.S. debt limit debate seem to have suc...
04-08-2011 12:33 PM by Tom Lydon
An exchange traded fund (ETF) that tracks the movement of the Brazilian real against the U.S. dollar has soared this week despite an attempt to cool the currency's rise. Brazil this week said it would extend a tax on offshore dollar loans. WisdomTree Dreyfus Brazilian Real ...
01-28-2011 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
One of the easiest ways to jump-start economic growth is to make your currency weak. But in a market that's all about relativity, what happens when everyone starts doing it? For developed economies, a weaker currency allows the currency to easily unload exports and even debt o...
11-24-2010 01:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Brazil has become a magnet for foreign investors. Is exposure to the country via exchange traded funds (ETFs) right for you? The Good. Brazil's macroeconomic changes are setting up the country with economic responsibility and international credibility, writes Cinthia Murphy fo...
11-10-2010 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
The world is poised on the brink of a currency war that could have broad implications. On the front lines of this looming battle is an opportunity in exchange traded funds (ETFs). The threat of a currency war has come as a result of the high debt and low growth currently doggi...
11-03-2010 11:00 AM by Tom Lydon
With the support of the previous president, the new president of Brazil may continue to nurture the incredibly strong emerging market. Investors have been flocking to Brazil's markets and exchange traded funds (ETFs), but the government may begin to limit the access for foreign i...
10-08-2010 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Currency traders are having a hard time keeping up as an "international currency war" threatens to destabilize the currency status quo. Despite efforts to keep currencies low, some currency exchange traded funds (ETFs) may decline as currencies continue to appreciate. Dr. Domi...
08-23-2010 01:00 PM by Tom Lydon
As with other types of exchange traded funds (ETFs), it's easy to build a diversified portfolio of currency ETFs if you understand your options and how they work. The currency market, or FX market, is the the largest and most liquid market in the world. Most individual investo...
08-19-2010 03:00 PM by Tom Lydon
The euro has enjoyed a nice ride in the last few weeks, but that has come to an end. The dollar is appreciating against the euro again, but there are other currency exchange traded funds (ETFs) that may be worth a look, too. Despite a lackluster forecast by the FOMC last week,...
08-16-2010 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Currency exchange traded funds (ETFs) are moving every which way these days, and it all seems to depend on how investors are feeling at the moment. Here's how you can play their fickle feelings. Although the dollar has been seeing some renewed strength, it's falling against th...
06-15-2010 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
U.S. investors are buying and selling foreign currencies both as a hedge against their U.S. dollar holdings and as a way to speculate on global economic upheaval. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) can help get everyone the exposure they want. Currency ETFs have seen lots of action...
04-30-2010 03:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Yikes. Unemployment in the growing nation of Brazil rose 7.6% last month. The numbers, which are down from 9% one year earlier, may not do much to calm concerns that the Latin American country's economy and exchange traded funds (ETFs) are overheating. The increase may, in fact,...
03-15-2010 11:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Brazil's economy is something it seems like every investor wants in on, and with all the economy has going for it, it's no wonder. But is the flood of new money into exchange traded funds (ETFs) and other investments going to come at a price? Direct foreign investment into Bra...
03-08-2010 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
As the European sovereign debt drama continues to unfold, skittish currency exchange traded fund (ETF) investors have been dumping the euro and British pound and buying up the U.S. dollar. But the greenback is far from the only place you can go. To find out all you need to kno...
02-05-2010 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
After noticing the potential for an asset bubble, investors have been pulling money out of Brazilian stocks and exchange traded funds (ETFs). Nevertheless, Brazil is proving to be a robust economy as both consumption and exports rise. Angel Gurria, Organization for Economic C...
10-23-2009 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
This week, Brazil implemented a 2% tax on new foreign investment. What could this mean for investors in the popular exchange traded fund (ETF) that focuses on the country? To understand the implications of the new tax, it's important to understand how iShares MSCI Brazil (NYSE...
10-19-2009 01:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Not all currency exchange traded funds (ETFs) are created equal. Some hold the actual currency, for example, while others hold forward contracts to get the necessary exposure to the currency in question. Because of government restrictions, capital controls and sometimes liquid...
10-02-2009 10:47 AM by Tom Lydon
Rio de Janeiro has been named the winner to host the 2016 Olympics. What could this mean to Brazil's already bustling economy and its exchange traded funds (ETFs)? Brazil's economy has already been humming along, but two major sporting events could just be the icing on the ca...
08-12-2009 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
ETF Spotlight on WisdomTree Dreyfus Brazilian Real (BZF), part of a weekly series.Assets: $97 million Holdings BZF typically invests in a combination of U.S. money market securities with forward currency contracts as well as currency swaps. Like all of WisdomTree's currency...
08-04-2009 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
An easing global recession, increased demand for commodities and higher domestic demand - it's all come to benefit Brazil's economy and exchange traded fund (ETF). Some good things happening over there: Brazil's Bovespa index recently reached an 11-month high after ending ...
07-27-2009 01:00 AM by Tom Lydon
As the U.S. dollar continues to struggle, foreign currencies and the exchange traded funds (ETFs) that track them are showing an up trend. The dollar has taken a hit over the past few months and many currency experts believe that it will continue to remain weak because Americ...
07-20-2009 01:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Brazil's economy is now being forecast to grow at a faster rate than many anticipated it would, a situation that's positioning related investments and exchange traded funds (ETFs) to potentially take advantage, as well. This year, Brazil is forecast to grow around 4% to 5%, ...
06-25-2009 01:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Currencies and the exchange traded funds (ETFs) that track them are getting an increasing amount of attention these days as the U.S. dollar zigs and zags and inflation becomes a potential threat, while other currencies gain relative to it. The Forex Market The foreign exch...
03-19-2009 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
When the Federal Reserve announced yesterday that it would grow its balance sheet, that move also comes with implications for currency exchange traded funds (ETFs). The Federal Reserve said it would expand its balance sheet to include another $750 billion of agency mortgage-b...
10-29-2008 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
The Brazilian real strengthened on speculation that the central bank's efforts to shore up the currency will help offset investor aversion to higher-yielding assets, giving the currency's exchange traded fund (ETF) some vigor. The Central Bank of Brazil sold 16,750 currency sw...
09-16-2008 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Actively managed exchange traded funds (ETFs) have created many recent industry headlines since they have entered the market. Market strategists are calling the latest market fluctuations a perfect environment for the actively managed ETF to show their strengths, allowing inve...
09-12-2008 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) dealing in currencies have given investors exposure to this area of the market that was previously a challenge to gain access to. Many investors, however, lack familiarity with the mechanics of the currency markets, reports Don Dion for Fidelit...
08-28-2008 06:00 AM by Tom Lydon
When it comes to foreign investing, don't forget about currency exchange traded funds (ETFs). WisdomTree Dreyfus Brazilian Real (BZF) presents a great way to get exposure to global currency and diversification all in one ETF. A little exposure to such funds could benefit inves...
08-07-2008 10:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Last month, the U.S. dollar staged a rally, but foreign currency exchange traded funds (ETFs) still pulled through with some decent performance. The top performer was the WisdomTree South African Rand (SZR), which returned 7.6% in July, reports Jesse Emspak for Investors Busin...
08-06-2008 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
After recently passing their three-month anniversaries, the first active stock exchange traded funds (ETFs) have shown better results than their rival indexing funds. Murray Coleman for IndexUniverse acknowledges that it has been a short period of time and that three months ca...
07-22-2008 10:00 AM by Tom Lydon
Currency in emerging markets have enjoyed a five-year winning streak that has benefited some exchange traded funds (ETFs). But the good times might be coming to a halt. Inflation is what's doing the money in, and it's a problem everywhere from South Korea to Turkey, report Luk...