Golden Dragon China Invesco ETF (PGJ)
$55.09 0.41 (0.75%)
16:00 EDT PGJ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 319.52M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5,000
Day's Range 54.29 - 55.09
52-Week Range 30.00 - 55.94
Dividend & Yield 0.71 (1.29%)
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These Chinese stocks are likely to do well in the coming quarters no matter what happens next in the pandemic and trade war sagas.
By Joel Baglole
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By Jeff Reeves
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Despite the current hiccups, China ETFs belong in your portfolio for the long-term. Here are three of the best funds to buy.
The recent Hong Kong protests have caused a sell-off in Chinese ETFs such as FXI, GXC and MCHI. That means now is the time to buy Chinese ETFs while they're on sale.
China September Caixin Services PMI came in at 54.8 to top both the consensus mark of 54.3 and the 54.0 reading for August.Services PMI has now increased for five straight months and the latest rate of expansion was among the highest recorded over the past decade.Growth was supported by a marked rise in total new business, though new export work continued to decline.
Moody's Investors Service affirms China's A1 long-term local and foreign currency issuer and senior unsecured ratings; outlook remains stable.The rating affirmation and outlook are supported by Moody's assessment that "the strength of China's institutions and governance, and in particular the effectiveness of government policies, support the sovereign's capacity to mitigate credit risks that result from ongoing increases in public sector debt, pockets of financial stress likely to become apparent from time to time, and slowing growth potential, albeit from high rates."Moody's sees Chinese economic growth of only 1.9% this year, rising to 7% in 2021, with the recovery largely driven by the public sector, at least initially; sees China's public sector debt, including governments and state-owned enterprises to rise to 185-190% of GDP in 2020-21, from 167% in 2019.ETFs: YINN, TDF, YANG, GXC, CYB, PGJ