iShares China Large-Cap ETF

NYSEARCA: FXI
$45.53
+$1.42 (+3.2%)
Closing price July 8, 2020
China had a lot more to lose than the United States in the trade war over tariffs and policies. That is still true, but U.S. companies are feeling the burn too.
Trump tweet sends Chinese stocks soaring on American exchanges over hopes that trade war agreement can come about to avoid more tariffs.
At the current time, with a trade war affecting the valuations of many companies and sectors around the world, should MSCI and Russell FTSE have delayed the increased allocations until there are...
The U.S. market reaction to tweets from President Donald Trump on Sunday was muted compared to what was seen in Asia. Here are some reactions from Wall Street research firms.
The stock market indexes were taking it on the chin on Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted that new tariffs will go into effect shortly if trade talks with China do not result in a deal.
If the international markets did not echo the U.S. market drop, and if the United States is still the safest game in the major economies, maybe Tuesday really was an overly exaggerated sell-off that...
24/7 Wall St. has identified 20 companies that are seeing their shares directly benefit as a result of the China trade talks resulting in the tariffs being delayed.
When investors hear that one of the world’s top credit ratings agencies has issued a sovereign downgrade of one of the world’s biggest nations, it tends to bring more than just some...
Moody’s has downgraded China’s credit rating. The new "stable" outlook seems to mean that the balance of risk and upside are now adequately reflected in the larger global macroeconomic picture.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls seen on Wednesday include Accenture, Ciena, Shake Shack, U.S. Steel and Zions Bancorp.
We now know who will be the next president of the United States, and the news was more than a shock to many markets and to many investors around the world. It was also a shock to many other people in...
Merrill Lynch now believes that the time has come to move back into emerging markets from developed markets.
24/7 Wall St. has taken a few key exchange traded funds and stocks from the Chinese markets that are representative of the recent plunge.
Everyone seems to be guessing about the future and near-term expectations after the recent market panic. The first thing that needs to be considered is that trying to call a bottom in a market is...
Source: ThinkstockThe broad markets in the U.S. opened lower Monday morning, not from a weakness in the earnings season or even a huge dip in commodities. In fact it was an issue with the Chinese...