Special Report on
MSCI Emerging Markets Index
MSCI Emerging Markets Index - Trends
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Choices, choices, choices. Emerging market exchange traded funds (ETFs) are no longer just broad, all-purpose plays. There are sector funds, single country funds and, yes, there are still the broad funds. What you choose to own, though, depends on you. Greg Savage, managing director of iShares portfolio management group at BlackRock, commented on how “investors are looking for investment opportunities that access economic growth around different parts of the globe,” and that the main way to access the globe is to specifically target countries and regions with the highest growth and/or exposure to specific sectors,
has recently decided to leave unchanged South Korea and Taiwan market weightings within its popular and important emerging market index. There are competing views about this . One view is ETFs linked to the MSCI Index (NYSE:EEM) (iShares Emerging Market ETF) and (NYSE:VWO) (Vanguard Emerging Market ETF) are hugely popular, and when market conditions have been bullish overall, both ETFs have exhibited superior performance. (NYSE:EEM) has roughly $35 billion in assets while (NYSE:VWO) has $37 billion. (This doesn’t even include ETFs trading overseas also linked to the same index.) South ... Read More
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