Stock rout in China could have ‘global repercussions,’ one expert says.
The data might not impress, but investor sentiment about what’s ahead is leading to massive gains.
iShares and Vanguard announce changes to their ETFs’ fees.
China is on the mend, and ETF investors have a growing number of funds to choose from.
Is iShares really saying it’s raising expense ratios on 40 ETFs in 2013? Apparently not.
iShares breaks new ground with large- and mid-cap China ETF.
Vanguard Debuts Russell-Based ETFs
Vanguard launched seven new funds based on Russell indexes in September as part of an ambitious expansion plan to have a broad lineup of Vanguard products that give different advisers who favor different indexes the tools they need. In keeping with Vanguard’s aggressive stance on expenses, the new funds carry annual expense ratios ranging from 0.12 percent to 0.20 percent—priced to undercut its main competitor, iShares.
iShares, the world’s biggest ETF company, launched three targeted emerging markets funds to its lineup in September, adding competition to what has become the hottest asset class in the investment universe.