Apart from Asia, the emerging markets are a thorny thicket these days, but ETFs allow investors to cleanly parse access.
As dollar strength unfolds in the coming quarters, hedging currency exposure ought to become more specific.
Deutsche Bank files for currency-hedged equity ETFs with a smart-beta twist.
High interest rates in emerging markets are paid, not earned, for currency-hedged ETFs like HEEM and DBEM.
iShares brings out a much-awaited currency-hedged version of its emerging market blockbuster ETF.
With investing becoming increasingly international, the reasons to hedge currency exposure are becoming better and better.
3 ETNs, 10 ETFs debut in one week.
Most Deutsche Bank products will officially be referred to as ‘ETFs’ in August.
Are all the currency-hedged ETFs now in the regulatory pipeline headed for success or oblivion?