KWEB - (KraneShares Trust KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF)

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終値(lastsale) 44.63
時価総額(marketcap) 151742000
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   A China ETF Proving Its Potency As A Coronavirus Play  2020/06/25 12:44:29 Benzinga Feeds
All things considered, 2020 is proving to be a surprisingly decent year for China exchange traded funds, but some are strutting their stuff more than others. What Happened: One way of capturing outperformance with China ETFs is to avoid broad-based funds and focus on sector and industry ideas , some of which are scorching hot. That includes the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ). KWEB certainly merits a place in the conversation regarding hot internet ETFs , proving that that theme isn't confined to domestic offerings. Speaking of U.S. internet ETFs, all KWEB is doing this year is beating the largest domestic fund in the category by 640 basis points. Here's the kicker: KWEB is doing so while being nearly 200 basis points less volatile. Why It's Important: Home to the likes of Alibaba (NYSE: Full story available on Benzinga.com
   "Everywhere Euphoria": Bank of America Warns Of "Echoes Of 2000"  2020/01/17 18:40:00 Zero Hedge
"Everywhere Euphoria": Bank of America Warns Of "Echoes Of 2000" With the S&P hitting daily record highs, the financial media has been flooded with analogies to January 2018 which was the last time that the market saw a similar "blow-off top" meltup, one which ended in tears in the first week of February when the negative gamma complex imploded as a result of massive vol selling and inverse VIX ETFs blew up overnight, sending the S&P lower by 10% in days. Perversely, that VIXtermination event removed what was traditionally a handbrake to market meltups and without a market manifestation of the retail "short vol" trade, it is quite possible that the current meltup will continue indefinitely. Which is why the correct comp to the current market move may be not to Jan 2018, but to January 2000. At least that's the assessment of BofA's chief investment strategist, Michael Hartnett, who writes in his weekly Flow Show that " Q1'2020 = Q1'2000 " and notes that inflows to bond funds are annualizing at a remarkable $1tn in the past 2 weeks… ... resulting in echoes of 2000, with investor euphoria sending bond yields lower despite stronger global macro, such as a rebound in Asian export cycle, and a 30%+ surge in US mortgage applications.
   KraneShares Joins Forces With Dorsey Wright For ETF Rotation Model  2019/10/28 12:40:07 Benzinga Feeds
KraneShares, the exchange traded funds issuer behind a line of popular China ETFs, including the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ), is joining forces with Dorsey Wright, the proprietor of relative strength-based indexes, for an ETF rotation model based on KraneShares funds. “The model uses Nasdaq Dorsey Wright's industry-leading relative strength analysis to rebalance between KraneShares equity and fixed income ETFs on a weekly basis,” according to a statement issued by the firms . KraneShares sponsors 13 China and emerging markets funds, but eight, including the aforementioned KWEB, will be part of … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Known For China, KraneShares Gets Into US Stocks With New Dividend ETFs  2019/06/13 15:14:27 Benzinga
KraneShares, the exchange traded funds issuer primarily known for its suite of China and emerging markets products, including the popular KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ), is adding some domestic geographic diversity to its lineup with two new U.S. dividend funds. What Happened On Wednesday, New York-based KraneShares introduced the KFA Small Cap Quality Dividend Index ETF (NYSE:KCSD) and the KFA Large Cap Quality Dividend Index ETF (NYSE:KLCD). The large-cap KLCD tracks the Russell 1000 Dividend Select Equal Weight Index. That benchmark “is designed to provide a benchmark for investors looking to capture a concentrated portfolio of constituents demonstrating increased dividends and positive momentum,” according to KraneShares' KFA Funds unit . KLCD and KCSD are the … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Trade war weighs on China factory activity  2019/05/31 07:32:17 Seeking Alpha
   A China ETF Proving Its Potency As A Coronavirus Play  2020/06/25 12:44:29 Benzinga Feeds
All things considered, 2020 is proving to be a surprisingly decent year for China exchange traded funds, but some are strutting their stuff more than others. What Happened: One way of capturing outperformance with China ETFs is to avoid broad-based funds and focus on sector and industry ideas , some of which are scorching hot. That includes the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ). KWEB certainly merits a place in the conversation regarding hot internet ETFs , proving that that theme isn't confined to domestic offerings. Speaking of U.S. internet ETFs, all KWEB is doing this year is beating the largest domestic fund in the category by 640 basis points. Here's the kicker: KWEB is doing so while being nearly 200 basis points less volatile. Why It's Important: Home to the likes of Alibaba (NYSE: Full story available on Benzinga.com
   "Everywhere Euphoria": Bank of America Warns Of "Echoes Of 2000"  2020/01/17 18:40:00 Zero Hedge
"Everywhere Euphoria": Bank of America Warns Of "Echoes Of 2000" With the S&P hitting daily record highs, the financial media has been flooded with analogies to January 2018 which was the last time that the market saw a similar "blow-off top" meltup, one which ended in tears in the first week of February when the negative gamma complex imploded as a result of massive vol selling and inverse VIX ETFs blew up overnight, sending the S&P lower by 10% in days. Perversely, that VIXtermination event removed what was traditionally a handbrake to market meltups and without a market manifestation of the retail "short vol" trade, it is quite possible that the current meltup will continue indefinitely. Which is why the correct comp to the current market move may be not to Jan 2018, but to January 2000. At least that's the assessment of BofA's chief investment strategist, Michael Hartnett, who writes in his weekly Flow Show that " Q1'2020 = Q1'2000 " and notes that inflows to bond funds are annualizing at a remarkable $1tn in the past 2 weeks… ... resulting in echoes of 2000, with investor euphoria sending bond yields lower despite stronger global macro, such as a rebound in Asian export cycle, and a 30%+ surge in US mortgage applications.
   KraneShares Joins Forces With Dorsey Wright For ETF Rotation Model  2019/10/28 12:40:07 Benzinga Feeds
KraneShares, the exchange traded funds issuer behind a line of popular China ETFs, including the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ), is joining forces with Dorsey Wright, the proprietor of relative strength-based indexes, for an ETF rotation model based on KraneShares funds. “The model uses Nasdaq Dorsey Wright's industry-leading relative strength analysis to rebalance between KraneShares equity and fixed income ETFs on a weekly basis,” according to a statement issued by the firms . KraneShares sponsors 13 China and emerging markets funds, but eight, including the aforementioned KWEB, will be part of … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Known For China, KraneShares Gets Into US Stocks With New Dividend ETFs  2019/06/13 15:14:27 Benzinga
KraneShares, the exchange traded funds issuer primarily known for its suite of China and emerging markets products, including the popular KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ), is adding some domestic geographic diversity to its lineup with two new U.S. dividend funds. What Happened On Wednesday, New York-based KraneShares introduced the KFA Small Cap Quality Dividend Index ETF (NYSE:KCSD) and the KFA Large Cap Quality Dividend Index ETF (NYSE:KLCD). The large-cap KLCD tracks the Russell 1000 Dividend Select Equal Weight Index. That benchmark “is designed to provide a benchmark for investors looking to capture a concentrated portfolio of constituents demonstrating increased dividends and positive momentum,” according to KraneShares' KFA Funds unit . KLCD and KCSD are the … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Trade war weighs on China factory activity  2019/05/31 07:32:17 Seeking Alpha
   A China ETF Proving Its Potency As A Coronavirus Play  2020/06/25 12:44:29 Benzinga Feeds
All things considered, 2020 is proving to be a surprisingly decent year for China exchange traded funds, but some are strutting their stuff more than others. What Happened: One way of capturing outperformance with China ETFs is to avoid broad-based funds and focus on sector and industry ideas , some of which are scorching hot. That includes the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ). KWEB certainly merits a place in the conversation regarding hot internet ETFs , proving that that theme isn't confined to domestic offerings. Speaking of U.S. internet ETFs, all KWEB is doing this year is beating the largest domestic fund in the category by 640 basis points. Here's the kicker: KWEB is doing so while being nearly 200 basis points less volatile. Why It's Important: Home to the likes of Alibaba (NYSE: Full story available on Benzinga.com
   "Everywhere Euphoria": Bank of America Warns Of "Echoes Of 2000"  2020/01/17 18:40:00 Zero Hedge
"Everywhere Euphoria": Bank of America Warns Of "Echoes Of 2000" With the S&P hitting daily record highs, the financial media has been flooded with analogies to January 2018 which was the last time that the market saw a similar "blow-off top" meltup, one which ended in tears in the first week of February when the negative gamma complex imploded as a result of massive vol selling and inverse VIX ETFs blew up overnight, sending the S&P lower by 10% in days. Perversely, that VIXtermination event removed what was traditionally a handbrake to market meltups and without a market manifestation of the retail "short vol" trade, it is quite possible that the current meltup will continue indefinitely. Which is why the correct comp to the current market move may be not to Jan 2018, but to January 2000. At least that's the assessment of BofA's chief investment strategist, Michael Hartnett, who writes in his weekly Flow Show that " Q1'2020 = Q1'2000 " and notes that inflows to bond funds are annualizing at a remarkable $1tn in the past 2 weeks… ... resulting in echoes of 2000, with investor euphoria sending bond yields lower despite stronger global macro, such as a rebound in Asian export cycle, and a 30%+ surge in US mortgage applications.
   KraneShares Joins Forces With Dorsey Wright For ETF Rotation Model  2019/10/28 12:40:07 Benzinga Feeds
KraneShares, the exchange traded funds issuer behind a line of popular China ETFs, including the KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ), is joining forces with Dorsey Wright, the proprietor of relative strength-based indexes, for an ETF rotation model based on KraneShares funds. “The model uses Nasdaq Dorsey Wright's industry-leading relative strength analysis to rebalance between KraneShares equity and fixed income ETFs on a weekly basis,” according to a statement issued by the firms . KraneShares sponsors 13 China and emerging markets funds, but eight, including the aforementioned KWEB, will be part of … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Known For China, KraneShares Gets Into US Stocks With New Dividend ETFs  2019/06/13 15:14:27 Benzinga
KraneShares, the exchange traded funds issuer primarily known for its suite of China and emerging markets products, including the popular KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (NYSE: KWEB ), is adding some domestic geographic diversity to its lineup with two new U.S. dividend funds. What Happened On Wednesday, New York-based KraneShares introduced the KFA Small Cap Quality Dividend Index ETF (NYSE:KCSD) and the KFA Large Cap Quality Dividend Index ETF (NYSE:KLCD). The large-cap KLCD tracks the Russell 1000 Dividend Select Equal Weight Index. That benchmark “is designed to provide a benchmark for investors looking to capture a concentrated portfolio of constituents demonstrating increased dividends and positive momentum,” according to KraneShares' KFA Funds unit . KLCD and KCSD are the … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Trade war weighs on China factory activity  2019/05/31 07:32:17 Seeking Alpha

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