Emerging Market ETFs Pop On US-Sino Trade Talks, Rate Hikes

Discounted valuations, progress in trade talks and the recent halt in the greenback’s surge will keep the following EM ETFs in the spotlight.

VWO

The fund tracks the FTSE Emerging Index and comprises 4644 holdings. Country wise, China (33.8%), Taiwan (14.4%) and India (11.1%) have double-digit exposure each. AUM is $54.6 billion and expense ratio is 0.14%.

IEMG

The fund tracks the MSCI Emerging Markets Investable Market Index. There are 1879 holdings in the basket. The countries with double-digit exposure are China (28.5%), South Korea (14.5%) and Taiwan (12.4%). AUM is $46.3 billion and expense ratio is 0.14%.

EEM

The fund tracks the MSCI Emerging Markets Index and comprises 979 holdings. China (30.4%), South Korea (14%) and Taiwan (11.5%) have double-digit exposures. AUM is $28.6 billion and expense ratio is 0.69%.

SCHE

The fund tracks the FTSE All Emerging Index. There are 977 holdings in the basket. China (34.1%), Taiwan (14.1%) and India (11.1%) are countries with double-digit exposure each. AUM is $4.7 billion and expense ratio is 0.13%.

FNDE

The fund tracks the Russell Fundamental Emerging Markets Large Company Index. There are 361 holdings in the basket. Countries with double-digit exposure are China (20.2%), South Korea (19.8%), Russia (13.3%) and Taiwan (12.6%). AUM is $2.1 billion and expense ratio is 0.39%.

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