Brazil Ishares MSCI ETF (EWZ)
$44.92 0.00 (0.00%)
19:59 EST EWZ Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $45.25
Market Cap 8.56B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 44.92 - 44.92
52-Week Range 36.23 - 47.19
Dividend & Yield 0.95 (2.11%)
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JPMorgan thinks the profits in Brazil are only pausing momentarily. Here's four Brazilian stocks to buy before they hit play again.
Should investors pile into emerging market ETFs? Investors should avoid wading into the water blindly, as there are a lot of pitfalls to beware of. However, opportunity can arise if investors choose wisely.
Petrobras had been rallying and now it's plummeting. PBR stock finds itself on the cusp of major support. Bulls and bears now face a critical test.
The tides have shifted, somewhat, since January and some of the best ETFs of February focus on unfamiliar spaces, while other ETFs maintained their general outperformance over the S&P 500.
These were the some of the best ETFs in January. Each outperformed the S&P 500 by at least 5% or more. Here's what investors need to know about each ETF.
Volatility is exploding in the iShares MSCI Brazil Index (ETF). And therein lies opportunity. Try this trade for the EWZ ETF on for size.
The iShares MSCI Brazil Index ETF (EWZ) sank Thursday amid presidential scandal, but now, traders can clean up on the EWZ fund.
iShares' EWZ fund of Brazilian stocks sank on Thursday as the Latin American country proves presidential scandal isn't exclusive to the U.S.
The iShares MSCI Brazil Capped ETF (EWZ) is the largest U.S.-listed ETF tracking stocks in South America's largest economy. Is EWZ right for you?
Brazil stocks are boasting some serious relative strength. Join the bullish chorus with this EWZ naked put play.
Brazil stocks are smokin' hot right now and options volatility is juiced. Sell EWZ options to capitalize on the expensive credit.
The iShares MSCI Brazil Index ETF (EWZ) may seem a little too hot to handle, but there's actually pretty tight logic behind all the buying.
Brazil is scorching hot this year thanks to the commodity comeback. Use its latest surge as an opportunity to sell EWZ covered calls for income.
Brazil’s market has mirrored the U.S. stock market in that it has gone up a long way very quickly…too sharply, if you look at the chart.
Forget China stocks. The Chinese stock market crash affects far more than just Beijing equities -- like the economic stability of entire countries.
An old saying on Wall Street that I will paraphrase is that the news is always 'best at the top and worst at the bottom'. Today's situation in Brazil proves the point.
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