- Implied Volatility 15.10% ( -0.96%)
- Historical Volatility 14.32%
- IV Percentile 10%
- IV Rank 8.74%
- IV High 35.44% on 02/09/23
- IV Low 13.15% on 06/09/23
- Put/Call Vol Ratio 0.78
- Today's Volume 182,991
- Volume Avg (30-Day) 233,119
- Put/Call OI Ratio 1.35
- Today's Open Interest 7,730,322
- Open Int (30-Day) 7,505,590
Price PerformanceSee More
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+0.57 (+1.48%)since 11/08/23
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+0.30 (+0.77%)since 09/08/23
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-0.27 (-0.69%)since 12/08/22
Most Recent StoriesMore News
Investing in emerging markets can expose investors to new growth opportunities.
Emerging markets are set to outperform the broad market in 2024, driven by above-average GDP growth and rapidly growing consumption.
Emerging markets are expected to outperform over the next year and will be led by countries like Brazil and India, if for different reasons.
These growth ETFs should deliver strong returns in the next bull market.
Are emerging-market stocks undervalued? Despite hurdles, including U.S. inflation and a relatively strong dollar, these stocks may be setting up for a rally.
The US government could run out of funds to pay its bills as early as June 1st if the debt ceiling is not raised by Congress, according to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Emerging markets ETFs may be a compelling option amid the ongoing banking crisis in the United States and Europe.
All eyes are currently on the crucial two-day FOMC meeting to see whether the hawkish central bank will go for a 50-bps hike or a smaller one or a halt following the latest crunch in the financial sector....
Undervaluation, falling inflation, higher growth rates and chances of slower Fed rate hikes should make emerging market ETFs winners.
Last week, ETFs pulled in $10 billion in capital. U.S. fixed-income ETFs led the way higher with $4.5 billion in inflows, closely followed by $3.9 billion in international equity ETF.