Most country ETFs landed in positive territory in July.
Most country ETFs had it rough in June.
Have frontier markets like Vietnam and Nigeria lived up to their promise?
More than 50 ETFs have raised or lowered their expense ratios in the past few days.
Country ETFs saw overwhelmingly positive performance.
Developing markets were the best and worst performers in June.
Egypt led the country ETFs, with a return of nearly 11% in February, while Nigeria saw a decline of more than 8%.
Some areas of the market saw big turnarounds—for better and for worse.
These 10 ETFs dropped by 30% or more despite a rally in the broad market.