VanEck China Bond ETF (CBON)
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ETF Trends To Watch In 2023: Active Munis, Global Appeal, And Dividend Funds
19 January 2023
Active fixed-income ETFs allow portfolio managers to stay nimble and avoid sectors and parts of the credit spectrum that might encounter increased stress. There are now a growing number of dividend ET...
China: Timing Of Recovery Is A Big Question Mark
10 January 2023
China has drastically eased its Covid-19 measures. Both domestic mobility and international traffic should increase in 2023.
China's Economy: Don't Get Your Hopes Up Just Yet
4 January 2023
Most global economists feel that any recovery in China could be more U-shaped than V-shaped. The 2022 Chinese economy can best be described as a spluttering car engine.
China After The National Party Congress: 3 Challenges Facing The Country
2 November 2022
It appears to us that there is less potential for support for the country's embattled housing sector in the near term. While there had already been restrictions on the export of high-end chips to Chin...
China Still Investible--If You Know Where To Look
29 October 2022
Our main takeaway from China's 20th Party Congress is the emphasis on security, implying further self-sufficiency—and potential investment opportunity—in the food, energy and technology sectors. At th...
What To Expect From China's 20th Party Congress
4 October 2022
The basic power division in China is between the Party and the state apparatus. The most interesting personnel changes will be those affecting members of the Politburo Standing Committee.
Asian Exports Are Softening
1 September 2022
Non-China Asian exports are still growing, but the pace of increase has slowed and will slow still further as key export destinations struggle with inflation, energy security, and rising recession ris...
Spotting Opportunities And Risks Across The EM Investment Universe
31 August 2022
In emerging markets valuations look attractive today after the losses across financial markets early this year. PIMCO's investment process is founded upon our macroeconomic outlook and our in-house co...
The Challenges Ahead For China's Economy
29 August 2022
Chinese economy may do modestly better in the second half of 2022. Longer term, the primary headwind for the Chinese economy lies in demographic patterns.
The fund normally invests at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the fund's benchmark index. The index is comprised of fixed-rate, Renminbi ("RMB")-denominated bonds issued in the People's Republic of China ("China" or the "PRC") by Chinese credit, governmental and quasi-governmental (e.g., policy banks) issuers ("RMB Bonds"). The fund is non-diversified.
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