Hong Kong-based ETF specialists Premia Partners have launched two smart beta China equity ETFs designed to provide investors with diversified exposure to the China A-shares markets.
Increasingly, international investors want to invest in China because of the compelling case for future growth in the country. In July, according to the National Bureau of Statistics of China, the Chinese economy saw the real growth of total value added of the industrial enterprises above designated size reach 6.4 per cent compared with a year ago.
Jesper Koll, head of WisdomTree Japan, writes that Japan’s upcoming election is poised to usher in a new era of policy competition and political accountability.
The September BetaShares review finds that the Australian ETF industry recorded another strong month of growth in September, reaching a record high of AUD32 billion in funds under management, an increase of 3.5 per cent (or AUD1076 million) on the previous month.
Jesper Koll, head of WisdomTree Japan has commented on news that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called a snap election.
Jesper Koll, head of Japan at WisdomTree, has written a note on Japan's tourism boom, which he believes will bring growing political support for Yen depreciation.
Jesper Koll, WisdomTree’s Head of Japan, has written a note on why investors should take note of Japan’s latest GDP data.
BetaShares reports that positive net inflows in July raised the Australian ETF industry assets by 2.3 per cent (or AUD688.4 million), to a new record high of AUD30.1 billion.
In a month where the Australian share market was flat, BetaShares reports that 100 per cent of the growth in assets came from net inflows, rather than asset appreciation.
ETF data provider, ETFGI, reports that assets invested in ETFs/ETPs listed in Japan have increased by 26.7 per cent from USD173.30 billion to reach a new record of USD219.60 billion in the first half of 2017.
Jeremy Schwartz, Director of Research at WisdomTree, has commented on the fact that Japan is leading dividend growth in international markets.