Vanguard said to be abandoning plans to enter country as Fidelity quits after eight years of losses.
India's love affair with the precious metal shows no signs of cooling, and Thailand is also starting to fall for its charms.
The government proposed a fund that would invest in state-owned firms, but it's unlikely this could lure local investors away from gold.
After several years of anticipation, it looks like China’s first mainland-listed ETF investing in overseas shares may finally be close to launching.
Regulators pave the way for a slew of new launches in both Hong Kong and Australia, but Korea remains Asia’s fastest-growing ETF market
Korea stands out as the most dynamic Asian ETF market in a year when the region saw faster growth than the U.S. or Europe.
2011 has caused us all to re-examine a question most of us thought we knew the answer to—what is an exchange-traded fund?
Pakistan and Bangladesh get their first single-country ETFs, while a late-arriving Indian entrant attempts to undercut its more established rivals by offering bargain fees
As domestic ETF issuers struggle to absorb the cost of Hong Kong’s new rules on collateral, Australia’s only synthetic provider switches to physical replication