Country ETFs were mostly up in June.
Most country ETFs declined during the month of May.
Emerging markets included the worst- and best-performing country funds.
‘Dr. Doom’ sees some positive corners of the investment universe.
iShares and Vanguard announce changes to their ETFs’ fees.
Countries around the globe will feel the need to boost their defense in a G-zero world, benefiting the sector, says Ian Bremmer.
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Guggenheim Partners debuted an ETF in February focused on the Singapore dollar-U.S. dollar currency cross.
The CurrencyShares Singapore Dollar Trust (NYSE Arca: FXSG) comes with an annual fee of 0.40 percent. Like the eight other funds in the CurrencyShares lineup, the fund holds actual notes of the designated currency and is structured as a grantor trust rather a fund registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940.
Is iShares really saying it’s raising expense ratios on 40 ETFs in 2013? Apparently not.