China Large-Cap Ishares ETF (FXI)
$42.08 0.66 (1.56%)
14:22 EST FXI Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $42.74
Market Cap 3.88B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 15.08M
Day's Range 41.77 - 42.09
52-Week Range 37.66 - 45.96
Dividend & Yield 1.50 (3.56%)
FXI Stock Predictions, Articles, and China Large-Cap Ishares ETF News
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Let's take a look at what's moving markets and what readers are looking into as we start the week.
Chinese stocks, as represented by the FXI ETF, are looking very attractive now. Use the recent trade war fears as a buying opportunity.
The JD stock bulls have the opportunity to start a rally from here that could double JD's year-to-date returns.
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With the China-U.S. Trade War thawing, buying Chinese stocks is worth a shot. Here are three ways to wet your beak.
BABA stock is still a long-term winner, and Alibaba management has proven that it can deliver on its promises.
Today, I am recommending a bearish trade on the iShares China Large-Cap ETF (NYSE:FXI), a fund that tracks the results of an index made up of large-cap Chinese equities traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Technically, BIDU stock should be coming into a longer-term pivot zone. It is approaching the bargain basement so buyers will step in soon.
China stocks are not as strong as U.S. stocks this year, but buying strong names on the dips is always a wise investing strategy.
Given the relatively cheap valuations and oversold technicals, look for Chinese stocks to pop in the coming months.
Alibaba Holding Group stock has falling more than 14% in just a few weeks. What gives and more importantly, is BABA stock a buy right here?
A longer-dated bull call spread strategy in the FXI ETF is a smart way to win a trade war against bears with reduced and limited risk.
The current trade war environment offers an ideal opportunity for those that are interested in investing in Chinese stocks. Here's what investors should know.
Even in a volatile market, I'm always looking to find bargains. And traders looking for value in this market should keep in mind that the recent declines in the Japanese and Chinese markets have been much more severe than what we have seen in the U.S.
Chinese ETFs have been the best-performing asset class for most international investors. Here are three of the best ETFs to buy to take advantage of this trend.
Many of the best Chinese ETFs, though still undiscovered by many investors, focus on the country's new economy. Here are some of the best to consider right now.
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