Global Equity ETFs
- Asset Managers
- China ETFs
- Developed Market ETFs
- Downstream Oil & Gas
- Emerging Market ETFs
- Energy MLPs
- Enterprise Software
- European Equity ETFs
- Gold ETFs
- Health Maintenance Organizations
- Hedge Fund Ownership
- High Yield Bond ETFs
- Investment Banking
- Large-Cap US Equity ETFs
- Leveraged Loan ETFs
- Marine Shipping
- Medical Devices
- Mobile Devices
- Mortgage REITs
- Oilfield Services
- Power & Utilities
- Upstream Oil & Gas
- US Equity ETFs
- Video Games & Online Gaming
Global equities include all foreign equity markets outside of the United States. These are mainly divided into two broad categories: developed markets (like the UK, Germany, Japan, and Australia) and emerging markets (like Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America ex-Brazil). There are also countries that fall in between, depending on the index definition consulted (like South Korea and Mexico).
Top 5 Industries for Global Equity ETFs
Emerging markets digest: Trends from the week of November 25, 2013
The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index (EEM) was unchanged week-over-week due to a combination of China optimism and Fed pessimism.
Must-know: Eurozone data is slumping versus US data into year end
The Eurozone manufacturing numbers released on Monday don’t lend themselves to optimism. U.S. equities are up 28%.
Why the Fed’s QE taper will be bearish for emerging markets
You can achieve true international diversification by investing in countries that have their own monetary policies.
What does low European inflation really mean for stocks?
The takeaway for investors is that bull markets can spark in anticipation of fundamental improvements.
Must-know: Why nominal growth is back to pre-crisis levels
Volatility in nominal growth is a major driver of unemployment and business cycles. With growth stabilizing, the stage is set for continued equities gains.