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  • PowerShares to Switch 27 ETFs from NYSE to Nasdaq on Wednesday PowerShares to Switch 27 ETFs from NYSE to Nasdaq on Wednesday
    Invesco PowerShares ETFs will transfer 27 ETFs from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to Nasdaq effective on market open this Wednesday. The switches will grow Nasdaq’s total switches to …
  • ETFs for Targeted Emerging Market Opportunities
    The developing world is showing uneven growth, with countries like Russia and Brazil floundering. Consequently, investors should pick their spots in the emerging markets and pay particular attention to exchange …
  • End of the Year ETF Performance Report
    U.S. equities and stock exchange traded funds experienced a wild ride this year, but with everything said and done, the markets are closing out 2015 pretty much where they started. …
  • The Case for Emerging Asia ETFs
    While the Chinese economy slowed, commodity prices plunged and the Federal Reserve postured on its rate outlook, emerging markets and related exchange traded funds have been selling off, potentially opening …
  • Even After a Flop, China ETFs Lead in 2015
    Despite a major sell-off in the late summer that dragged the country into a bear market, Chinese stocks and country-specific exchange traded funds have rebounded and remain the best performing …
  • Refining The Approach To China ETFs
    With the dust settling after the China sell-off, Chinese tech stocks and related exchange traded funds have stood out this year, outperforming the broader emerging market. Year-to-date, KraneShares CSI China …
  • Qihoo Takeover bid Lifts Some China ETFs
    Shares of Qihoo 360 Technology (NYSE: QIHU), the Chinese maker of mobile security software, are up 7.5% Wednesday after the company received a buyout offer from a group CEO Hongyi …
  • China Internet ETFs Look to Rebound in 2015
    Despite the fervor surrounding Alibaba’s (NYSE: BABA) September initial public offering, 2014 has been a disappointing year for exchange traded funds with exposure to Chinese Internet stocks. The silver lining …
  • Weakening Banks Could Pressure Financial-Heavy China ETFs
    China's banking sector is weakening as profit growth slows, nonperforming loans rise and years of stimulus-driven ending begin to end. Consequently, investors looking into China-related exchange traded funds should monitor …
  • China Stock ETFs Look Cheap After Protest Volatility
    Traders have been dumping Chinese stocks traded on the Hong Kong exchange in the wake of pro-democracy protests. Consequently, Chinese stocks and related country-specific exchange traded funds are looking more …
  • This ETF Should Hold Alibaba, When is Another Matter
    Let’s clear that headline up right off the bat. It is not a condemnation of the issuer behind the exchange traded fund highlighted here. Nor is it a criticism of …
  • Not Yet Public, Alibaba Impacts China Internet ETFs
    Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, has yet to commence its initial public offering, but the company is already affecting some exchange traded funds that feature large allocations to Chinese Internet …
  • These ETFs Hold a VIP of Internet Stocks
    Internet and social media exchange traded funds, along with those ETFs focusing on initial public offerings, got some help Wednesday when shares of Twitter surged 20%. Yelp (NYSE: YELP) chipped …
  • May Flowers for China Internet ETFs? Maybe
    By now, most investors that actively follow momentum stocks know the tale of woe regarding once high-flying Chinese Internet names. Things were going according to plan until early March when …
  • The Value Shift is on in Emerging Markets, Too
    The recent woes suffered by momentum stocks and exchange traded funds are well-documented. At this point, it is not a stretch to say plenty of investors are aware that ETFs …
  • Ctrip Takeover Rumor Lifts China Internet ETFs
    Exchange traded funds holding Chinese Internet stocks received some much needed good news Tuesday on speculation Ctrip.com (NasdaqGS: CTRP), sometimes described as the Priceline (NasdaqGS: PCLN) of China, is a …
  • In Return to EM ETFs, Investors Skipping China
    Data indicate investors are returning to emerging markets exchange traded funds and that includes once controversial single-country funds in addition to diversified plays such as the Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets …
  • Getting Selective With Emerging Markets
    Widely held emerging markets exchange traded funds have done nothing to convince wary investors this year will be better than the last. The Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF (NYSEArca: VWO) …
  • ETF Chart of the Day: Leveraged China
    After displaying technical leadership in the context of the broader Emerging Markets, China’s relative strength has all of a sudden stopped short, as evidenced by the recent gap-down action in …
  • A China ETF Ready to Roar Again
    A look at some the largest China exchange traded funds could imply this has been a lost year for ETFs providing access to the world’s second-largest economy. However, there have …
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