Russia Vaneck ETF (RSX)
$21.42 0.40 (1.90%)
20:00 EDT RSX Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $21.42
Market Cap 1.93B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.23M
Day's Range 21.38 - 21.69
52-Week Range 13.14 - 26.57
Dividend & Yield 0.91 (4.26%)
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Energy stocks are on the ropes following this weekend's inaction at the Doha summit. Play the pullback with trades on OIH, XOP and RSX.
Russian stocks have outperformed in 2015, and the RSX Russia ETF is looking good. Investors may want to take a stab at this high-risk nation.
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Falling oil, the weakening ruble and Russia's incursion into Ukraine all destabilize the market for Russian stocks, with the RSX and RSXJ ETFs taking a beating. We'll take a close look at the market for Russian stocks.
There's been a flurry of deals in Russia lately. Maybe the sanctions aren't so bad after all and it's time to buy Russian energy stocks.
We like a new bearish position in RSX here as a play on instability in Europe and the potential for further declines in energy.
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