In a week marked by landmark Supreme Court rulings, more Greece drama and ongoing carnage in the Chinese equity market, U.S. stocks languished with the S&P 500 falling by more than 1%. The Nasdaq Composite was worse for the wear with a loss of over 1.4%.
In the span of just weeks of trading days, the Shanghai Composite entered a bear market. That after being one of the world’s best performers through the first five months of the year. With that, it is not surprising that some of this week’s top ETF stories involve China funds. Without further ado…
Broad Market/Sector ETFs
Cyber security ETF deals with some downgrades, but long-term outlook remains bright. [Cyber Security ETF Deals With Analyst Downgrades]
There might be more downside in store for utilities ETFs. [More Downside Brewing for Utilities ETFs]
Obamacare ruling is a boon for this healthcare ETF.
Why the airline ETF could surge. [The Airline ETF Could Take Off]
More triple-leveraged biotech ETFs debut.
Don’t mess with this biotech ETF. [Long or Wrong With This Biotech ETF]
The one China ETF that is actually working right now.
New currency hedged ETFs look to compete with low fees. [New Currency Hedged ETFs on the Cheap]
A new ETF could be the right way to play Japan’s new look equity market. [A Better ETF Avenue to Japan]
A mad dash to inverse and leveraged A-shares ETFs.
Commodity and Fixed Income ETFs
Some bond ETFs still merit attention.
Another look at junk bond ETFs and why to consider these funds right now. [Looking at Junk Bond ETFs Again]
It could be time go crazy for the corn ETF.
ETF Trends editorial team contributed to this post.