Hot Reads: China’s Reopening Rattles Markets

Meanwhile, actively managed ETFs have seen significant inflows in 2022.

Reviewed by: Zoya Mirza
Edited by: Zoya Mirza

Stocks Fall as China’s Reopening Remains in Focus (Wall Street Journal)
While the year's end often sees a Santa Rally, investors are still digesting how the Chinese economy and rising global rates will affect shares.


Clutch of Emerging Markets Bucks Trend With Huge ETF Outperformance (Financial Times)
Chile, India, Mexico and South Korea on track to record year-on-year ETF asset growth, even as global assets fell.


Actively Managed ETFs Gathered $10B in November (Markets Media)
Assets invested in actively managed ETFs/ETPs increased by 5.9%, from US$464 billion at the end of October 2022 to US$491 billion, according to an ETFGI report.


Chinese ‘Revenge Travel’ Will Lift Tourism in 2023 (Wall Street Journal)
Tourists from the world’s second-largest economy expected to provide a boost to businesses, especially in neighboring countries.


Tesla Shares Record Rare Jump This Month on the Way to Worst Year (Reuters)
Tesla stock gained 3.3% on Wednesday in a rare rise this month on the way to what will be the electric-vehicle maker's worst year on record.


A Bond Market Debate: Short or Long in Early 2023? (Think Advisor)
The debate is an important one for advisors and their clients to track in the new year, when all eyes will remain on the Fed, inflation data and target rate projections.


ETF vs. Mutual Fund: What’s The Difference? (Forbes Advisor)
Though mutual funds remain a popular investment choice, ETFs—with their trading flexibility and lower fees—are gaining ground.

Zoya Mirza is a markets reporter at Her work has appeared in USA Today, Voice of America, and United Press International, among others. Mirza is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Her past experiences include editorial work in book publishing and conducting political analysis for NGOs and think tanks. Mirza is a passionate bibliophile and collects vintage postcards from every bookstore she visits in a new city.