Cris Sholto Heaton

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Foreign Fund Managers Forgo India

Vanguard said to be abandoning plans to enter country as Fidelity quits after eight years of losses.

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Gold ETFs Still Gaining Ground In India

India's love affair with the precious metal shows no signs of cooling, and Thailand is also starting to fall for its charms.

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Limited Demand For Indian Public Sector ETF

The government proposed a fund that would invest in state-owned firms, but it's unlikely this could lure local investors away from gold.

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China Readies For Cross-Border ETFs

After several years of anticipation, it looks like China’s first mainland-listed ETF investing in overseas shares may finally be close to launching.

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Synthetics Back On Track In Hong Kong

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

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A Year Of ETF Growth In Asia

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.

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What Is An ETF?

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?

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Issuers Forge New Frontiers In Asia

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

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Synthetics Under Spotlight In Asia

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