VanEck Vectors Russia ETF

NYSEARCA: RSX
$22.51
-$0.33 (-1.4%)
Closing price August 7, 2020
24/7 Wall St. has identified several immediate winners from a Donald Trump presidency. These are all surging higher.
On top of news that money outflows out of Russia have slowed in 2016, Credit Suisse's emerging markets investing team has lifted its weighting for Russia.
In January and February the recession risks for the United States were picking up. Now it looks as though the biggest risks for the U.S. falling back into recession in 2016 have all but vanished.
Source: Wikimedia CommonsThe Central Bank of the Russian Federation, or the Bank of Russia, is again having to deal with currency volatility. While it tries to keep its economy from sliding further...
The ratings agencies have struck again -- this time in Russia. Standard & Poor's has downgraded the nation to below investment grade.
Despite efforts to stabilize the crumbling ruble, the Russia trade just seems to keep going from bad to worse.
Source: ThinkstockThe early Wednesday morning announcement from Ukraine that it had reached a ceasefire “regime” with Russia was almost immediately countered by a Russian statement that the two...
Source: ThinkstockThis was almost looking like a great week for the stock market, but geopolitical news interrupted this positive trend late on Friday morning and markets took a sharp turn for the...
Source: ThinkstockDid you remember the White House saying to short Russian stocks in recent months as tensions were mounting between Russia and Ukraine and over sanctions? Well, their timing was way...
Source: ThinkstockEmerging markets have not been performing the way they have in many past bull markets. Most investor interest and direction from Wall Street strategists decided earlier this year...
Source: ThinkstockHow long should a winning streak really last in the stock market? A casual market observer might think the market has a 50-50 chance of being up or down on any given day, so what...
Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov reportedly has sold shares in Apple and Facebook to focus on Alibaba and other tech investments in China. He also may expand his stakes in Russian assets.
Source: ThinkstockIn a speech Tuesday morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin struck both a defiant and a conciliatory tone. On one hand he accused the West of fostering a putsch in Kiev and that...
Source: ThinkstockVladimir Putin’s decision to try to seize Crimea from Ukraine may make nationalists happy, but investors — Russian or otherwise — are getting clobbered. Russian stocks have...
Source: ThinkstockThe military actions in the Ukraine are costing Russia big time. Vladimir Putin received approval internally to use military action, but the men who approved the action may have...