With signs that the U.S. economy may struggle for awhile longer – home sales are way down, the GDP was revised downward, and so on – investors are looking overseas for some options. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) that track such far-flung locales as Thailand, Spain, Russia and Sweden are dotting the leaderboard. Here are more stories on global investing that may interest you:
- Chile ETF: Dusting Other Emerging Markets
- Chindia: Two Great Economies in One ETF
- Latin America ETFs: It’s Not All About Brazil
- Emerging Market ETFs: The Best Way to Get Your Fix
- Asia ETFs: Manufacturing Slowdown Clouds Outlook
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