The segment may have faced a steep correction, but some say it’s all just a temporary hiccup.
iShares and Vanguard announce changes to their ETFs’ fees.
With the Russian ruble down almost 30 percent this year and India stocks at all-time highs, the divergence in the group is unsettling.
A confluence of political stability and cheap valuations in developing markets have emerging market and frontier ETFs climbing higher.
Eastern Europe, Russia in particular, looks attractive based on valuations, according to Research Affiliates' Arnott.
The rise of RQFII ETFs means it's time to prepare for more innovation from China and broad emerging market ETFs.
Is iShares really saying it’s raising expense ratios on 40 ETFs in 2013? Apparently not.
A host of Chinese share classes make it clear that the devil really is in the details for foreigners investing in the Middle Kingdom.