Emerging Global Advisors jumps into the world of small-cap emerging market funds with an ETF focused on India it believes will give investors access to that country’s expanding domestic market.
The first half of 2010 featured a raft of new products covering everything from money markets to corn. It also saw the introduction of new products to the pipeline—products we’ll see in the second half of the year or beyond.
Global X jumps into the fund fray in the land of samba, rolling out an ETF focused on mid-cap Brazilian companies.
Van Eck Global, the New York-based fund firm famous for its commodities-related funds, cut prices on three country funds in a move that’s designed to give investors benefits associated with improved economies of scale, the company said today in a press release.
The funds are the Market Vectors Brazil Small-Cap ETF (NYSEArca: BRF); the Market Vectors Poland ETF (NYSEArca: PLND); and the Market Vectors Vietnam ETF (NYSEArca: VNM). The new expense caps are:
A slew of small-cap ETFs that have hit the market in the past month are giving investors a whole new array of tools for picking the most prospective countries or industries as the global economic recovery takes shape and gathers momentum.
Van Eck, a New York-based ETF and mutual fund firm specializing mostly in natural resources investments, launched a small-cap ETF focused on all of
PowerShares of QQQQ fame unveils a whole new look with a lineup of nine U.S. small-cap sector ETFs it hopes will soar as the economy comes out of the doldrums.