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Fri, Aug. 28, 1:11 PM
- Outflows from emerging market bond funds like EMB hit $4.2B in the week ending Aug. 26, the second-largest amount ever. Overall emerging market net outflows of $10.5B were the largest since early 2008.
- Turning back to bond funds alone, outflows over the last three weeks of $7.5B represent 2.9% of AUM, says Morgan Stanley.
- EMB is lower by more than 5% since a late-April high, and in stocks, EEM is off nearly 20% over the same time frame.
- Previously: Record amount pulled from stock funds (Aug. 28)
- ETFs: EEM, VWO, EDC, EMB, PCY, EDZ, TEI, SCHE, EDF, IEMG, ELD, EDD, EMLC, EMF, MSF, EEV, GHI, VWOB, ADRE, EMD, EDI, EET, EUM, MSD, GMM, SBW, DBEM, LEMB, EMAG, EEME, EBND, EMCR, FEM, XSOE, EWEM, HEEM, EMLB, EMSH, EMSA, EMFT, KEMP, FEMB, KLEM
Mon, Aug. 3, 5:41 PM
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Wed, May 6, 4:36 AM
- A worldwide selloff in government bonds deepened today, buoyed by rising German Bund yields that recently hit record highs and narrowed their gap with U.S. Treasuries.
- Benchmark 10-year Bunds now trade at 0.53%, having hit a record low of 0.05% last month, when many expected them to turn negative.
- The vicious bond market meltdown is also raising pressing questions for investors - is this a correction or merely a trend change?
- ETFs: EMB, PCY, EU, BNDX, ELD, JGBS, EMLC, JGBD, DSUM, WIP, BWX, VWOB, AUNZ, ALD, IGOV, ILB, BUNL, LEMB, JGBL, EMAG, ITLY, ITIP, ISHG, BWZ, ITLT, EBND, CBON, BUNT, GGOV, JGBT, GTIP, PFEM, JGBB, EMSH, CHNB, FEMB
Fri, May 1, 3:31 PM
Mon, Apr. 6, 5:29 AM
- Facing decade-high inflation, a fiscal crisis and water rationing, more than a million Brazilians took to the streets last month to protest government corruption and mismanagement. In China, growth is slowing as property prices fall, propelling more than 1,000 iron ore mines toward financial collapse. In Russia, citizens are deserting their nation’s banks, switching savings into U.S. dollars. Such snapshots of growing distress in the world’s largest emerging markets are echoed among many of their smaller counterparts.
- In aggregate, the 15 largest emerging economies experienced their biggest capital outflow since the crisis in the second half of last year.
- These trends, analysts say, signal a “great unravelling” of an emerging markets debt binge that has swollen to unprecedented dimensions. The pain inflicted by this capital flight is being felt in the real-life economies of vulnerable countries and in a surging number of emerging market corporations that are forecast to default on their debts.
- Source: FT
- ETFs: EMB, PCY, ELD, ECON, EMLC, CEW, VWOB, EMIF, PXR, LEMB, EMCG, EMAG, EBND, AYT, PGD, EMRE, PFEM, JEM, EMSH, FEMB
Wed, Apr. 1, 2:04 PM
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Mon, Feb. 9, 3:49 PM
- "Simple broad credit allocations are to be avoided," says Invesco Fixed Income Chief Strategist Rob Waldner. "With volatility comes opportunity, but it is more important than ever for investors to do detailed research to avoid credit accidents that are likely to come with increasing frequency in coming quarters.”
- As for credit's troubles from the crash in oil , current market sentiment and pricing is pricing in a recovery in oil prices which isn't guaranteed to happen.
- Waldner is particularly cautious on high-yield and emerging market debt - both sovereign and corporate.
- ETFs: HYG, JNK, EMB, HYLD, PCY, ELD, EMLC, PHB, VWOB, SJB, IHY, ANGL, HYEM, EMHY, HYLS, PGHY, UJB, LEMB, HYXU, EMAG, XOVR, EBND, QLTC, IJNK, EMSH, FEMB
Mon, Feb. 2, 2:47 PM
Dec. 29, 2014, 4:44 PM
Nov. 5, 2014, 1:27 PM
- The First Trust Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond ETF (NASDAQ:FEMB) is an active fund that seeks to maximize total return and income, while also minimizing volatility, by investing in bonds that are denominated in the issuer's local currency.
- Another active fund, the First Trust Low Duration Mortgage Opportunities ETF (NASDAQ:LMBS) will invest at least 80% of its net assets in investment-grade, mortgage-related debt securities and other mortgage-related instruments in the search of current income for investors.
- "These funds provide a strategy for investors to gain exposure to two fixed income sectors in which we believe in-depth research and analysis, along with ongoing surveillance, can add significant value for investors," said Ryan Issakainen, CFA, Senior Vice President and ETF Strategist at First Trust, in a press release.
- The third fund launched by the group today was the First Trust International IPO ETF (NASDAQ:FPXI), which tracks a basket of the 50 largest and typically most liquid companies that are domiciled outside the U.S. within the IPOX Global Composite Index.
- Other emerging market bond ETFs: EMB, PCY, ELD, EMLC, VWOB, LEMB, EMAG, EBND, EMSH
- Other mortgage REIT ETFs: REM, MORL, MORT
- Other IPO ETFs: FPX, IPO, IPOS
Jul. 1, 2014, 3:45 AM
- Emerging market bond sales have soared past analyst estimates for the first half of 2014, as investors flock to higher yields. $268B of bonds sold so far this year, compared to the $240B sold in the same period of 2013.
- Due to a dovish Fed, U.S. yields have fallen this year to 2.5% from end-2013 levels of 3%. As a result, increased demand for higher yield has investors trading emerging market bonds despite geo-political risks.
- ETFs: EMB, PCY, ELD, EMLC, EMCB, VWOB, EMCD, HYEM, EMHY, LEMB, EMAG, CEMB, EBND, PFEM, EMSH, SEMF, IEMF, LEMF
Jan. 7, 2014, 12:12 PM
- The EGShares TCW EM Short Term Investment Grade Bond ETF (SEMF), Intermediate Term Investment Grade Bond ETF (IEMF), and Long Term Investment Grade Bond ETF (LEMF) will begin trading on January 8th; offering exposure to both sovereign and corporate bonds.
- Each new fund will charge 0.65%, which is above the average expense ratio for this sector, but few funds currently offer specific duration exposure to emerging market bonds.
- Other emerging market bond ETFs: EMB, PCY, ELD, EMLC, EMCB, VWOB, ILB, EMCD, LEMB, ITIP, EBND, EMAG, GTIP, PFEM, EMSH
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