Country ETFs were mostly up in June.
Emerging and frontier markets had a rougher experience than developed countries.
Turkey bounced back in September, while Egypt fell sharply.
Most country ETFs landed in positive territory in July.
Most country ETFs had it rough in June.
Country ETFs saw overwhelmingly positive performance.
Developing markets were the best and worst performers in October.
Catalonia’s independence efforts are impacting U.S.-listed ETFs.
Country ETFs had another strong month in May, with only eight funds seeing negative returns.