South Korea ETFs remain little phased by US President Donald Trump’s strong words about the dictatorship north of the border and show healthy longer-term returns for investors.
As the Trump rally continues to widen the gap between US and ex-US valuations, ETF investors are flocking to cheaper exposures abroad.
Low volatility ETFs are gaining renewed attention from investors this summer despite good performance from non-defensive sectors.
The attitudes of European and US investors towards gold ETFs have not been this different since 2013, as EMEA-domiciled gold ETPs have attracted positive flows every month so far this year, while US offerings have suffered outflows.
The largest bank ETF has seen inflows of more than $1.5 billion in recent weeks despite concerns around monetary policy and regulatory reform from Capitol Hill.
Investors have been pouring money into Brazilian ETFs, after a 10% drop in the country’s main index following allegations of the President’s involvement in a corruption scandal and calls for his impeachment.