FTSE Emerging Index ETF Overview

The FTSE Emerging Index measures the performance of Total Market securities and is selected by a Market Cap process. Currently, 3 ETFs track the FTSE Emerging Index with more than $5.33 B in ETP assets with an average expense ratio of 0.25%. The largest ETF is Schwab Emerging Markets Equity ETF (SCHE) by Schwab with $5.3 B in assets.

Features and News

A Look At SSGA's ETF Revamp

Total cost of ownership is as important—or more—than expense ratios.

ETF.com Analysis

World’s Lowest Cost Portfolio Hits 0.05% Fee

State Street shakes things up with its new lineup of low-cost funds.

ETF.com Analysis

World’s Cheapest ETF Portfolio Just Got Cheaper

New blended expense ratio for the portfolio is just 0.06%.

Features and News

February ETF Flows Point To Passive Opportunity

Cheap vanilla funds are missing from many ETF segments, which present new opportunity.

Features and News

Don’t Give Up On Emerging Market ETFs

The segment may have faced a steep correction, but some say it’s all just a temporary hiccup.

ETF.com Analysis

How Well Run Is Your ETF?

Tracking difference can be up for interpretation based on variations in input data.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Schwab Responds To BlackRock Fund Fee Cuts

Schwab shaves basis points off its management fees after iShares fee cuts.

Features and News

3 Considerations Before Switching To ‘Cheaper’ ETFs

Paying less is always good, but a lower expense ratio only tells part of an ETF’s broader story.