Although China, until recently, has been an emerging markets laggard, the combination of rebounding commodities prices and solid equity markets in more stable developing economies like South Korea is lifting diversified emerging markets ETFs.

Improving conditions for emerging currencies are helping as well.

“The move has been supported by strong emerging currencies, while the U.S. dollar has remained relatively flat, and record inflows into emerging market bonds. More than $25 billion has poured into emerging market debt so far this year as investors head abroad to search for yield while U.S. markets continue their slow grind to new highs,” according to CNBC.

For more information on Emerging Markets ETFs, visit our Global ETFs category.

iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF

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