Market experts argue that the recent weakness in EM debt may be a buying opportunity and not a call to capitulate.
2017's been a good year for EM in general, bonds included.
Assets under management for these ETFs have doubled or more this year.
In this series, we look under the hood of some of the ETF portfolios on the market today.
A few funds stand out as investors are back to looking for value in emerging market bonds.
As geopolitical tensions peak, these ETFs will be impacted the most.
European Central Bank issues report on the Fed's QE effect on emerging market corporate debt.
Bill Gross' BOND was just the tip of a fixed-income iceberg of splashy launches in 2012.
As the ETF industry grows by the day, fund strategies begin to overlap making it more difficult for new products to succeed. However, a few ETFs stood out from the growing crowd in 2012, according to an article on ETF Database.
Out of the 160 new funds released during 2012, the following 10 funds managed to accumulate over $100 million. Here are their tickers and assets under management as of Dec. 18: